Research

See my CV for projects not listed on this page. You can access PDFs of my published papers here and several working papers here.

 

Gender/Sexualities and Religion

Landon Schnabel. Forthcoming. “More Religious, Less Dogmatic: Toward a General Framework for Gender Differences in Religion.” Social Science Research. [PDF]

Landon Schnabel, Conrad Hackett, and David McClendon. 2018. “Where Men Appear More Religious Than Women: Turning a Gender Lens on Religion in Israel.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 57(1). [PDF]

Brian Powell, Landon Schnabel, and Lauren Apgar (Powell and Schnabel equal authorship). 2017. “Denial of Service to Same-Sex and Interracial Couples: Evidence from a National Survey Experiment.” Science Advances 3(12). [PDF]

Landon Schnabel. 2016. “The Gender Pray Gap: Wage Labor and the Religiosity of High-Earning Women and Men.” Gender and Society 30(4). (PDF | Online Supplement )

  • Winner of the 2017 Association for the Sociology of Religion McNamara Award
  • Honorable Mention for the 2017 American Sociological Association Religion Section Distinguished Article Award
  • Winner of a 2016 North Central Sociological Association Student Paper Award
  • Winner of the 2015 Sociologists for Women in Society Cheryl Allyn Miller Award
  • Winner of the 2015 Schuessler Award for Best Article by an IU Sociology Student
  • Winner of the 2014 Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Student Paper Award

Landon Schnabel. 2016. “Gender and Homosexuality Attitudes across American Religious Groups from the 1970s to 2014: Similarity, Distinction, and Adaptation.” Social Science Research 55(1). (PDF)

Landon Schnabel. 2016. “Religion and Gender Equality Worldwide: A Country-Level Analysis.” Social Indicators Research 129(2). (PDF)

Robbee Wedow, Landon Schnabel, Lindsey Wedow, and Mary Ellen Konieczny. 2016. “‘I’m Gay and I’m Catholic’: Negotiating Two Complex Identities at a Catholic University.” Sociology of Religion 78(3). (PDF)

Landon Schnabel. 2015. “How Religious Are American Women and Men? Gender Differences and Similarities.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54(3). [PDF]

 

Public Opinion and Social Change

Landon Schnabel. 2018. “Sexual Orientation and Social Attitudes.” Socius 4. [PDF]

Landon Schnabel and Sean Bock. 2017. “The Persistent and Exceptional Intensity of American Religion: A Response to Recent Research.” Sociological Science 4. [PDF]

Landon Schnabel and Eric Sevell. 2017. “Should Mary and Jane Be Legal? Americans’ Attitudes toward Marijuana and Same-Sex Marriage Legalization, 1988-2014.” Public Opinion Quarterly 81(1). (PDF)

  • Winner of the 2015 ASA Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco Section Graduate Student Paper Award

 

Health and Well-Being

Robbee Wedow, Ryan Masters, Stefanie Mollborn, Landon Schnabel, and Jason Boardman. 2018. “Body Size Reference Norms and Subjective Weight Status: A Gender and Life Course Approach.” Social Forces 96(3). [PDF]

Andrew Halpern-Manners, Landon Schnabel, Elaine M. Hernandez, Judy L. Silberg, and Lindon J. Eaves. 2016. “The Relationship between Education and Mental Health: New Evidence from a Discordant Twin Study.” Social Forces 95(1). (PDF)

 

Data

The following are original and secondary data sources I am using or have used in research projects, pretests, and/or community service research:

  • Original Data
    • Experimental Survey Data Collected via AmeriSpeak
    • Experimental Survey Data Collected in College Classrooms
    • Experimental Survey Data Collected via GfK (formerly Knowledge Networks)
    • Experimental Survey Data Collected via MTurk
    • Experimental Survey Data Collected via Qualtrics
    • Indiana University Community Attitudes and Experiences with Sexual Assault Survey
    • Interview Data, College Student Subjects
    • Interview Data, Violence-Prevention-Specialist Subjects
    • Survey Data Collected via Survey Sampling International
    • Textual Data (Political Party and Social Movement Documents)
  • Secondary Data, United States
    • Add Health
    • American Community Survey
    • Baylor Religion Survey
    • General Social Survey
    • High School and Beyond
    • Portraits of American Life Study
    • Survey of Income and Program Participation
    • U.S. Census
    • Virginia 30,000 Twin Study
  • Secondary Data, Global
    • ARDA National Profiles
    • Country-Level Data I Compiled from a Variety of Sources
    • International Social Survey Programme
    • Pew Israel Survey
    • World Values Survey

This page last updated 2018-07-03