Ryan T. Cragun
Ryan T. Cragun
Professor of Sociology, The University of Tampa
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On the receiving end: Discrimination toward the non-religious in the United States
RT Cragun, B Kosmin, A Keysar, JH Hammer, M Nielsen
Secularity and Non-Religion, 87-109, 2016
American nones: The profile of the no religion population, a report based on the American religious identification survey 2008
BA Kosmin, A Keysar, R Cragun, J Navarro-Rivera
Forms, frequency, and correlates of perceived anti-atheist discrimination
JH Hammer, RT Cragun, K Hwang, JM Smith
Secularism and Nonreligion 1, 43-67, 2012
Extending religion-health research to secular minorities: Issues and concerns
K Hwang, JH Hammer, RT Cragun
Journal of Religion and Health 50, 608-622, 2011
The last bastion of sexual and gender prejudice? Sexualities, race, gender, religiosity, and spirituality in the examination of prejudice toward sexual and gender minorities
RT Cragun, JE Sumerau
The Journal of Sex Research 52 (7), 821-834, 2015
Contemporary religion and the cisgendering of reality
JE Sumerau, RT Cragun, LAB Mathers
Social Currents 3 (3), 293-311, 2016
Introduction to sociology
R Cragun, D Cragun
Blacksleet River, 2006
“One Person's Apostate is Another Person's Convert”: What Terminology Tells Us about Pro-Religious Hegemony in the Sociology of Religion
RT Cragun, JH Hammer
Humanity & Society 35 (1-2), 149-175, 2011
The Nonreligious–nonspiritual scale (NRNSS): measuring everything from atheists to zionists
RT Cragun, JH Hammer, M Nielsen
Secularism and Nonreligion 2 (3), 36, 2015
The hallmarks of righteous women: Gendered background expectations in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
JE Sumerau, RT Cragun
Sociology of Religion 76 (1), 49-71, 2015
The limits of homonormativity: Constructions of bisexual and transgender people in the post-gay era
LAB Mathers, JE Sumerau, RT Cragun
Sociological perspectives 61 (6), 934-952, 2018
The secular transition: The worldwide growth of Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Seventh-day Adventists
RT Cragun, R Lawson
Sociology of Religion 71 (3), 349-373, 2010
Mapping religion's other: A review of the study of nonreligion and secularity
JM Smith, RT Cragun
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 58 (2), 319-335, 2019
From sodomy to sympathy: LDS elites’ discursive construction of homosexuality over time
RT Cragun, E Williams, JE Sumerau
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54 (2), 291-310, 2015
Helping quantitative sociology come out of the closet
JE Sumerau, LAB Mathers, ACH Nowakowski, RT Cragun
Sexualities 20 (5-6), 644-656, 2017
“I think some people need religion”: The social construction of nonreligious moral identities
JE Sumerau, RT Cragun
Sociology of Religion: A Quarterly Review 77 (4), 386-407, 2016
“Why Would Our Heavenly Father Do that to Anyone”: Oppressive Othering through Sexual Classification Schemes in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter‐Day Saints
JE Sumerau, RT Cragun
Symbolic Interaction 37 (3), 331-352, 2014
Mormons in the United States 1990–2008: Socio-demographic trends and regional differences
R Phillips, RT Cragun, BA Kosmin, A Keysar
Hartford, CT: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society and Culture, 2011
Who are the “new atheists”?
RT Cragun
Atheist identities-spaces and social contexts, 195-211, 2014
“I found god in the glory hole”: The moral career of a gay Christian
JE Sumerau, RT Cragun, LAB Mathers
Sociological Inquiry 86 (4), 618-640, 2016
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