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
2202009
The nones: Social characteristics of the religiously unaffiliated
JO Baker, BG Smith
Social Forces 87 (3), 1251-1263, 2009
2162009
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
2042018
American secularism: Cultural contours of nonreligious belief systems
JO Baker, BG Smith
NYU Press, 2015
176*2015
An investigation of the sociological patterns of prayer frequency and content
JO Baker
Sociology of Religion 69 (2), 169-185, 2008
1482008
Paranormal America: Ghost encounters, UFO sightings, bigfoot hunts, and other curiosities in religion and culture
CD Bader, JO Baker, FC Mencken
NYU Press, 2017
1352017
Homosexuality, religion, and science: Moral authority and the persistence of negative attitudes
AL Whitehead, JO Baker
Sociological Inquiry 82 (4), 487-509, 2012
762012
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
732007
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
712013
Public perceptions of incompatibility between “science and religion”
JO Baker
Public Understanding of Science 21 (3), 340-353, 2012
642012
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
572010
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
542008
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
512016
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
472010
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
472010
Perceptions of science and American secularism
JO Baker
Sociological Perspectives 55 (1), 167-188, 2012
422012
Angelic Belief as American Folk Religion1
S Draper, JO Baker
Sociological Forum 26 (3), 623-643, 2011
422011
Hell to pay: Religion and punitive ideology among the American public
JO Baker, AL Booth
Punishment & Society 18 (2), 151-176, 2016
402016
A social anthropology of ghosts in twenty-first-century America
JO Baker, CD Bader
Social Compass 61 (4), 569-593, 2014
362014
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
362014
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