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    • Prayer, Meditation, and Anxiety: Durkheim Revisited 

      Bartkowski, John P.; Acevedo, Gabriel A.; Van Loggerenberg, Harriet (9/14/2017)
      Durkheim argued that religion’s emphasis on the supernatural combined with its unique ability to foster strong collective bonds lent it power to confer distinctive social benefits. Subsequent research has confirmed these ...
    • Religion and Gender Ideologies among Working-Age U.S. Latinas/os 

      Ruiz, Andrea L.; Bartkowski, John P.; Ellison, Christopher G.; Acevedo, Gabriel A.; Xu, Xiaohe (7/4/2017)
      Numerous studies have documented religious variations in gender ideology in the United States. Despite growth, diversification, and religious ferment among Latinas/os, few have investigated this topic within the Latina/o ...
    • Secular Volunteerism among Texan Emerging Adults: Exploring Pathways of Childhood and Adulthood Religiosity 

      DeAngelis, Reed T.; Acevedo, Gabriel A.; Xu, Xiaohe (6/13/2016)
      Prior research suggests that religiosity, especially public religious participation, is related to greater volunteerism. However, less is known about religious transmission across the life course, in particular whether and ...