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Religion and Inequality in America: Research and Theory on Religion's Role in Stratification

edited by Lisa A. Keister, Duke University, Darren E. Sherkat, Southern Illinois University
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Book
Published
New York : Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Language
English
ISBN
9781107027558, 1107027551, 9781107657113, 1107657113
Contents
  • Foreword / N. J. Demerath III
  • Introduction / Lisa A. Keister and Darren E. Sherkat
  • Part I: Education. Nonaffiliation and Socioeconomic Status: Differences in Education and Income between Atheists and Agnostics and "Nothing in Particular"s / Rebekah Peeples Massengill
  • Religion, Gender, and Educational Attainment among U.S. Immigrants: Evidence from the New Immigrant Survey / Nadia Amin and Darren E. Sherkat
  • Intersectionality and Identity: An Exploration of Arab American Women / Jen'nan Ghazal Read and David Eagle
  • Part II: Income, Wealth, and the Labor Market. Conservative Protestants, Normative Pathways, and Adult Attainment / Scott T. Fitzgerald and Jennifer L. Glass
  • Religion and Wealth Mobility: The Case of American Latinos / Lisa A. Keister and E. Paige Borelli
  • The Labor Market Behavior of Married Women with Young Children in the United States: Have Differences by Religion Disappeared? / Evelyn L. Lehrer and Yu Chen
  • Part III: Attitudes, Cultural Capital, and Power. Religion and Gender Inequality: From Attitudes to Practices / John P. Bartkowski and Sarah Shah
  • Social Reproduction and Religious Stratification / Ralph E. Pyle and James D. Davidson
  • God in the Corner Office?: How Religion Advances and Inhibits Professional Mobility in the Higher Circles / D. Michael Lindsay
  • The Religious Affiliations of Ivy League Presidents, 1636-2012: A Study in Religious Stratification / Deborah L. Coe and James D. Davidson
  • Part IV: Health and Well-Being. The Association Between Religiousness and Psychological Well-Being among Older Adults: Is There and Educational Gradient? / Christopher G. Ellison, Scott Schieman, and Matt Bradshaw
  • Does Believing or Belonging Have a Greater Protective Effect on Stressful Life Events among Young Adults? / Margarita Mooney, Lin Wang, Jason Freeman, and Matt Bradshaw
  • Recession, Religion, and Happiness, 2006-2010 / Michael Hout and Orestes P. Hastings
  • Part V: Inequality and Religion. Reversing the Arrow?: Economic Inequality's Effect on Religiosity / Frederick Solt.
Description
xx, 359 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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