The study of religion and politics is a strongly behavioral sub-discipline, and within the American context, scholars place tremendous emphasis on its influence on political attitudes and behaviors, resultuing in a better understanding of religion's ability to shape voting patterns, party affiliation, and views of public policy.
Harold F. Bass, Ouachita Baptist University, USA Daniel Bennett, Eastern Kentucky University, USA Brian Calfano, Missouri State University, USA Kimberly H. Conger, Colorado State University, USA J. Tobin Grant, Southern Illinois University, USA James L. Guth, Furman University, USA Michael T. Heaney, University of Michigan, USA Ted G. Jelen, University of Nevada, USA Sandy H. Kim, Southern Illinois University, USA Mark J. Rozell, George Mason University, USA David Ryden, Hope College, USA Nilay Saiya, State University of New York, USA Robert Velez, Southern Illinois University, USA
Date of Publication
Politics: General & Reference
Palgrave Studies in Religion, Politics, and Policy