Joseph O. Baker
Joseph O. Baker
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, East Tennessee State University
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None too simple: Examining issues of religious nonbelief and nonbelonging in the United States
JOB Baker, B Smith
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48 (4), 719-733, 2009
The nones: Social characteristics of the religiously unaffiliated
JO Baker, BG Smith
Social Forces 87 (3), 1251-1263, 2009
Make America Christian again: Christian nationalism and voting for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election
AL Whitehead, SL Perry, JO Baker
Sociology of Religion 79 (2), 147-171, 2018
American secularism: Cultural contours of nonreligious belief systems
JO Baker, BG Smith
NYU Press, 2015
An investigation of the sociological patterns of prayer frequency and content
JO Baker
Sociology of Religion 69 (2), 169-185, 2008
Paranormal America: Ghost encounters, UFO sightings, bigfoot hunts, and other curiosities in religion and culture
CD Bader, JO Baker, FC Mencken
NYU Press, 2017
Homosexuality, religion, and science: Moral authority and the persistence of negative attitudes
AL Whitehead, JO Baker
Sociological Inquiry 82 (4), 487-509, 2012
What would Jesus buy: American consumption of religious and spiritual material goods
JZ Park, J Baker
Journal for the scientific study of religion 46 (4), 501-517, 2007
Acceptance of evolution and support for teaching creationism in public schools: The conditional impact of educational attainment
JO Baker
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52 (1), 216-228, 2013
Public perceptions of incompatibility between “science and religion”
JO Baker
Public Understanding of Science 21 (3), 340-353, 2012
The expression of low self-control as problematic drinking in adolescents: An integrated control perspective
JO Baker
Journal of Criminal Justice 38 (3), 237-244, 2010
Who believes in religious evil? An investigation of sociological patterns of belief in Satan, hell, and demons
J Baker
Review of Religious Research, 206-220, 2008
Gendering (non) religion: Politics, education, and gender gaps in secularity in the United States
JO Baker, AL Whitehead
Social Forces 94 (4), 1623-1645, 2016
Social sources of the spirit: Connecting rational choice and interactive ritual theories in the study of religion
JO Baker
Sociology of Religion 71 (4), 432-456, 2010
Diverse supernatural portfolios: Certitude, exclusivity, and the curvilinear relationship between religiosity and paranormal beliefs
JO Baker, S Draper
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 49 (3), 413-424, 2010
Perceptions of science and American secularism
JO Baker
Sociological Perspectives 55 (1), 167-188, 2012
Angelic Belief as American Folk Religion1
S Draper, JO Baker
Sociological Forum 26 (3), 623-643, 2011
Hell to pay: Religion and punitive ideology among the American public
JO Baker, AL Booth
Punishment & Society 18 (2), 151-176, 2016
A social anthropology of ghosts in twenty-first-century America
JO Baker, CD Bader
Social Compass 61 (4), 569-593, 2014
Economy “versus” environment: The influence of economic ideology and political identity on perceived threat of eco-catastrophe
SB Longo, JO Baker
The Sociological Quarterly 55 (2), 341-365, 2014
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