ISSSC also explores the worldviews and opinions of scientific professionals. The first phase of the international research project gathered information on beliefs and values from a large sample of Indian scientists. Worldviews and Opinions of Scientists in India was conducted in collaboration with the Center for Inquiry-India in Hyderabad.
American Nones: The Profile of the No Religion Population
Released September 2009, a report based on the American Religious Identification Survey 2008
Principal Investigators: Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar with Ryan Cragun and Juhem Navarro-Rivera
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American Religious Identification Survey (ARIS) 2008
Principal Investigators: Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar
Replicating the methodology of ARIS 2001, ISSSC undertook a large national survey of American religion and secularism. Through a collaboration with the FORA 2008, the new survey includes special modules on Catholic, Mainline Christian, Evangelical Born-again, African American and No Religion populations.
Other ARIS reports deal with the following religious groups and populations:
International Survey: Worldviews and Opinions of Scientists, India 2007-08
Canadian American Research Series - Volume 4:1, Fall 2007
Presentations delivered at the March 2006 ISSSC colloquium, Are U.S. Latino Society and Culture Undergoing Secularization?
- Secularization with Salsa
Anthony M. Stevens-Arroyo, Director, Center for Religion in Society and Culture (RISC) and Professor Puerto Rican and Latino Studies, Brooklyn College, SUNY
American Religious Identification Survey 2001
The first large-scale national survey of religious identification conducted among Americans in the twenty-first century.
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