Academic Contribution
Politics & Elections
05.01.2016
Book | The End of White Christian America
PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones outlines how—and why—White Christian America lost its place at the center of the country's political and social consciousness.
Academic Contribution
Politics & Elections
03.01.2016
Journal Article | Journal of Media and Religion
A look at why Muslims have arguably become the most consistently-demonized group in American politics in the last decade.
Academic Contribution
Politics & Elections
06.30.2015
Book Chapter | Religion and Political Tolerance in America
While Americans' religious tolerance has expanded to include more religions, atheists are the outlier.
Academic Contribution
Religion & Culture
05.17.2014
Conference Paper | I Know What You Did Last Sunday
Explores how social desirability bias impacts Americans' self-reported religious attendance, affiliation, salience and belief.
Academic Contribution
Religion & Culture
01.31.2014
Book Chapter | The Oxford Handbook of Atheism
In a chapter for the Oxford Handbook of Atheism, PRRI Research Associate Juhem Navarro-Rivera sketches a profile of a typical global nonbeliever.
In a chapter for a new collected volume, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones and Research Director Daniel Cox explore partisan polarization among white Christians.
In the updated 2nd edition of Religion and the American Presidency, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones and PRRI Research Director Daniel Cox provide a new chapter focusing on the role religion plays in the pres…
Academic Contribution
Politics & Elections
09.04.2011
Book Chapter | Faith and Race in American Political Life
PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones uses PRRI surveys to explore whether religion impacts opinions and political participation similarly among different racial groups.
Academic Contribution
Religion & Culture
06.30.2011
Book Chapter | Ethnography as Christian Theology and Ethics
PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones conducts research among religious factions in the Oregon Assisted Suicide debates as a means to show ethnography as revelation.
PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones and Research Director Daniel Cox tackle the issue of African American Protestants and legal rights for gay and lesbian couples.