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Perceptions of Religious Discrimination Among U.S. Scientists
Academic scientists in the United States are relatively nonreligious, at least compared to the general population, and some evidence suggests that the professional culture of academic science may foster perceptions of ...
Heaven and Health: How Black, Latino, and Korean Christians View the Relationship Between Faith and Health
Religious congregations have increasingly been viewed as potential access points to health care in underserved communities. Such a perspective stems from a robust literature identifying the unique civic role that churches ...
As Disaster Costs Rise, So Does Inequality
Across the United States, communities are experiencing increases in the frequency and severity of natural hazards. The pervasiveness and upward trajectory of these damages are worrisome enough, but equally disconcerting ...
Responding to Richard: Celebrity and (mis)representation of science
Drawing on 48 in-depth interviews conducted with biologists and physicists at universities in the United Kingdom, this study examines scientists’ perceptions of the role celebrity scientists play in socially contentious ...