American Sociological Association

Studying Race and Religion: A Critical Assessment

The authors provide an analytical review of the past 115 years of scholarship on race, ethnicity, and religion. Too often work in the study of race and ethnicity has not taken the influence of religion seriously enough, with the consequence being an incomplete understanding of racialization, racial and ethnic identity, and racial inequality. The authors examine key works in the field; conduct an assessment of articles published on race, ethnicity, and religion in six journals over a five-year period; and outline where scholarship should head in future years. Most notably, until the mutual influences of race, ethnicity and religion are better understood, the power of each is underestimated.

Authors

Emerson, M. O., Korver-Glenn, E., Douds, K. W.

Volume

1

Issue

3

Starting Page

349

Ending Page

359

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