On this page are some of the self-hosted and outside resources that I frequently reference while consulting and coaching with other trauma survivors like you.
Everything on this page is freely available because:
- Religious trauma suuuuuuucks, doesn't it?! If we can stop/slow the cycle of your trauma and boost your business/career/life in the process, then research shows that this has an exponentially positive effect on resolving the world's trauma. Uhh... YES please!
- You're my people! I'm always game to throw down a 90's worship song reference and get nerdy about religious trauma.
- For anti-rape culture and trauma-sensitive reasons, I don't require an email address in exchange for "freebies." Of course, you're welcome to consensually join our non-spammy newsletter here. :-)
There's so much more where this came from! If you ever want to schedule a coffee or networking chat, let's make it happen!
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for Brave Entrepreneurs with Religious Trauma
- Acceptance & Commitment Therapist (ACT) Directory
- NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) Directory
- Somatic Experiencing (SE) Trauma Institute Directory
- National Association of Social Workers
Therapists & Mental Health Professionals
- Brian Peck, LCSW (Idaho, online) - religious trauma, religious abuse, spiritual crisis, post-traumatic stress, PTSD, C-PTSD,
- Laura Anderson, LMFT (Tennessee, online) - domestic violence, abuse & trauma resolution, religious trauma, clinical hypnosis
- Eden Hyder, MA, LPC, LCCA (North Carolina & Texas, online) - eating disorders, spiritual crisis & development, LGBTQ+, pre-marital, therapy for therapists
- Nicole Lewis-Keeber, MSW, LCSW, (online) - therapist for entrepreneurs, Certified Dare to Lead™ facilitator
- Shulamit Ber Levtov, MA, RSW, CCTP (online) - therapist for entrepreneurs
Lessons from Dandelions on Defiance & Social Justice featuring Kate Fontana
How to Be a Better Ally for Social Justice featuring Dr. Joy Cox
The Road Back to You & How The Enneagram Can Help featuring Ian Cron
Your 3 Word Rebellion featuring Dr. Michelle Mazur
Truth, Trauma, and Open-Handed Slaps to the Face featuring Kye Alfred Hillig
How to Find Your Purpose in the Midst of Transition featuring Jonathan DeWaal
Hiding Under Desks, Prioritizing Pain and Other Hard Things featuring Jessica Ribera
How to Edit Your Writing with Powerful Authenticity featuring Karin Stevens
How to Stand in Unshakeable Truth featuring Vicki Ambinder
How to Be Wrong & Stay Listening featuring Andy Zook
How to Be Everything & Never Fit In a Box featuring Emilie Wapnick
How to Grieve Beautifully & Collaborate Generously featuring Holli Margell
We Are Not Mere Objects: Surviving Sexual Assault featuring Sarah Jane
At Death's Door, Fighting For Life & Loving with Your Whole Heart featuring Jake Hemming
Podcast Series & Long-Form Stories
**VERY IMPORTANT TRIGGER WARNING**
It can be extremely freeing and empowering to hear echoes of your own experience in others' stories. It can also be a minefield for triggers. Please carefully listen to your own needs while listening to the stories below. You're also free to send me an email if you'd like help in pre-vetting content. :-)
The Turning: The Sisters Who Left—Thousands of women gave up everything to follow Mother Teresa, joining her storied Catholic order, the Missionaries of Charity. But some found that life inside this fiercely private religious order was not what they’d imagined...
The Other Latif—Throughout this award-winning investigation of Detainee 244 at Guantanamo Bay, Radiolab’s Latif Nasser reflects on American values and his own religious past, and wonders how this prisoner could be his namesake, a fellow nerdy, suburban Muslim kid, yet travel such a strikingly different path...
American Queer—This podcast memoir tells of a gay man's journey out of fundamentalist Christianity into becoming his true self, as told by Kevin James Thornton. (Random fact: Kevin is one of my Nashville neighbors, cool!)
The Opportunist—Each season of this series asks questions like, how does an everyday person turn into a thief, a scammer or a cult leader? Season 1 dives into the story of internet cult leader, Sherry Shriner. Season 2 follows a pharmacist who carried out a decades-long deadly fraud that became the FBI's top priority.
Guru: The Dark Side of Enlightenment—When we face challenges in life, we seek answers from people we believe can help us. When tragedy strikes an exclusive retreat with a self-help superstar, many people are left to wonder: how far is too far? This podcast tells the story of James Arthur Ray who was a celebrity self-help "guru" and an Oprah-endorsed teacher. But friends and family members of his followers questioned his unorthodox methods, and tried to stop him.
Conviction Season 2: American Panic—When John Quinney was ten years old, he took the stand to testify against his own father. He had come to believe that his dad Melvin was the murderous leader of a satanic cult. It would be decades before John would learn that his family was just one of many...
Podcasts From Our Friends & Niche-mates
I love that these peeps are out there being brave and doing their thing for the world in podcast format! Anything you see is either a podcast I love just-because or hosted by: a personal friend, a beloved colleague, a niche-mates whose work I applaud, or a person/show you might want to know exists in the world!
The podcasts below are grouped by category and listed in no particular order.
By the way, it would be impossible to endorse every word, every career, or every product represented by these shows. Please use your badass internal-navigation to guide your listening. ;-)
Oh, and if you have suggestions to add to the list, send me an email!
Happy podcast listening!
Re: Business & Money Stuff
- That's What She Said, hosted by Kristen Kalp
- The Art of Money, hosted by Bari Tessler
- Karlosophies, hosted by Karly Nimmo
- The BS-free Service Business, hosted by Maggie Patterson
- NPR's Planet Money
- Death, Sex & Money
Re: Trauma & General Mental Health
- Hidden Brain
- Transforming Trauma
- Where Should We Begin? hosted by Esther Perel
- Inside-Out, hosted by Eden Hyder
- ADHD for Smart Ass Women
- Holistic Trauma Healing
Re: DEI (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion) & Anti-Racism
- Pause On The Play
- Transforming Justice
- Black Women Talk Work
- Good Ancestor Podcast, hosted by Layla F. Saad
Re: Sex, Sexuality, Purity Culture & Body-Image
- Curious Fox Podcast
- Good Girls Talk About Sex
- God is Grey
- Girl Boner Radio
- Latter-Day Lesbians
- The Scandalous Christian
- American Sex Podcast
- Sex Nerd Sandra
- Queery, hosted by Cameron Esposito
- The Queer After Religion Project—
- Women of Size
Re: Religion, Religious Trauma & Cults
- A Little Bit Culty, hosted by Sarah Edmondson & "Nippy" Ames
- The Deconstructionists
- Dirty Rotten Church Kids
- Recovering from Religion
- Scientology: Fair Game, hosted by Leah Remini & Mike Rinder
Re: Miscellaneous or Fun & Adventurous Nerdery
- Catie & Erik's Infinite Quest for Attention
- I Said No Gifts! hosted by Bridger Winegar
- Why Won't You Date Me? hosted by Nicole Byer
- My Favorite Murder, hosted by Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
- The True Beauty Brooklyn, hosted by Elizabeth Taylor and Alix Shapiro
- Just Sleep: Bedtime Stories for Adults
- StarTalk Radio, hosted by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
for Brave Entrepreneurs with Religious Trauma
under construction! come back soon for more or send me an email if you see something missing!
From Our Blog
- How is the Evangelical View of Leisure Harmful to Nature & Women?
- Why I No Longer Do "Sales Calls"
- There Will Be No Mountain for Mark Driscoll
- This is Your Brain on God (TEDxTalk, feat. Dr. Michael Ferguson)
- QAnon's Unexpected Roots in New Age Spirituality: masculinity, faith, and the strange convergence of counterculture and hate (Washington Post, 3/21/2021)
- Should I Come Out to My Parents About My Atheism? (r/Atheism)
Affiliate Marketing + Business Ethics
- Difference Between Influencers, Affiliates, and Ambasadors (Adam Reimer, 5/2022)
- Should Influencers be Affiliates or In Your Affiliate Progams? (Adam Reimer, 10/2021)
- Does Affiliate Marketing Work? (The Balance, Randy Duemeyer, 1/2020)
Religion & Consumer Behavior
- Statz, K. M., Delia, E. B., & Gordon, B. S. (2022). Identification in sport and religion: Exploring the overlap between two group identities. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 31(2), 89-100.
- Consumer Responses to Christian Religious Symbols in Advertising journal article by Valerie A. Taylor, et al. in the Journal of Advertising, vol. 39, no. 2, 2010, pp. 79–92
- Minton, E. A. (2015). In Advertising We Trust: Religiosity's Influence on Marketplace and Relational Trust. Journal of Advertising, 44(4), 403–414. "Most religious consumers are more trusting of advertising than nonreligious consumers are. Advertisers need to seek a balance between targeting religious because of a heightened sense of trust yet not taking advantage of these more trusting consumers. In addition to advertising ethics, this research provides insight to advertisers in integrating belief cues into advertisements. Thus, advertisers need to understand the religious composition of their target market and be aware of the differential influence of belief cues on product evaluations for religious versus nonreligious consumers. Advertisers desiring to offer brand extensions to niche religious markets may be able to do so through use of subtle belief cues, which will likely not detract from a neutral religious stance of a brand as a whole."
- McAlexander, J. H., Dufault, B. L., Martin, D. M., & Schouten, J. W. (2014). The Marketization of Religion: Field, Capital, and Consumer Identity. Journal of Consumer Research, 41(3), 858–875. "Consumers face severe crises of identity and the need to rebuild their self-understandings in an unfamiliar marketplace of identity resources. Unable to remain comfortably in the ﬁeld of their primary socialization, they are nevertheless bound to it by investments in field specific capital. In negotiating this dilemma, they demonstrate the inseparability and co-constitutive nature of ideology and consumption."
- Burroughs, B., & Feller, G. (2015). Religious Memetics: Institutional Authority in Digital/Lived Religion. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 39(4), 357–377.
- (2019) Reading, feeling, believing: online testimonies and the making of Evangelical emotion, Journal of Contemporary Religion, 34:1, 97-115,
- de Witte, M., de Koning, M., & Sunier, T. (2015). Aesthetics of Religious Authority: Introduction. Culture and Religion, 1–8, 2015
- Spirituality and well‐being: ‘New Age’ and ‘evangelical’ spiritual expressions among young people and their implications for well‐being journal article by (2009) in International Journal of Children's Spirituality, 14:3, 197-212
- The Influence of Religiosity on Consumer Ethical Judgments and Responses Toward Sexual Appeals journal article by Sanjay Putrevu and Krist Swimberghek in Journal of Business Ethics, vol. 115, no. 2, 2013, pp. 351–365
- Taylor, V. A., Halstead, D., & Haynes, P. J. (2010). Consumer responses to christian religious symbols in advertising. Journal of Advertising, 39(2), 79-92.
Mathras, D., Cohen, A. B., Mandel, N., & Mick, D. G. (2016). The effects of religion on consumer behavior: A conceptual framework and research agenda. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 26(2), 298–311.
Evangelicalism + Business/Marketing
- A Culture of Entitlement: Cult Indoctrination Tactics and Consent Violations in American Christianity thesis by Wilson, C. Chicago Theological Seminary, 2021
- Slaughter, J. P. (2022). God's businessmen: Entrepreneurial evangelicals in depression and war. edited by Dochuk, Darren. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2017. xiv + 228 pp. ISBN 0-226-50977-X. Enterprise & Society, 23(1), 279-281.
- Selling Soap and Salvation’: Billy Graham’s Consumer Rhetoric in Germany and the United States in the 1950s journal article by by Uta Balbier in American Studies, vol. 59, no. 2, 2014, pp. 137–152
- Leary, R. B., Minton, E. A., & Mittelstaedt, J. D. Thou Shall Not? The Influence of Religion on Beliefs of Stewardship and Dominion, Sustainable Behaviors, and Marketing Systems. Journal of Macromarketing, 36(4), 457–470, 2016 "Stewardship beliefs in turn positively influence one’s tendency to engage in sustainable behavior, while dominion does not."
- More Titillated Than Thou: How the Amish Conquered the Evangelical Romance Market journal article by Ann Neumann in The Baffler, no. 28, 2015, pp. 148–157
- Kreft J., Boguszewicz-Kreft (2021). Experience Marketing in the Service of the “Secular Religion” of Big Tech, 37th IBIMA Conference, 1-2 April 2021 Cordoba, ISBN: 978-0- 9998551-6-4, p. 10598 – 10605.
- Narnia as a Site of National Struggle: Marketing, Christianity, and National Purpose in ‘The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ journal article by James Russell Cinema Journal, vol. 48, no. 4, 2009, pp. 59–76
- Christianity Today’, J. Howard Pew, and the Business of Conservative Evangelicalism journal article bby Darren E. Grem Enterprise & Society, vol. 15, no. 2, 2014, pp. 337–379
- How to Win Friends and Convert People: Onnie Jay Holy and the Sales Culture of American Evangelicalism journal article by Michael D. Odom in Flannery O’Connor Review, vol. 11, 2013, pp. 123–135
- Why Evangelicals Like Wal-Mart: Education, Region, and Religious Group Identity journal article by Rebekah Peeples Massengill in Sociology of Religion, vol. 72, no. 1, 2011, pp. 50–77
- Bigger, Better, Louder: The Prosperity Gospel’s Impact on Contemporary Christian Worship journal article by Kate Bowler and Reagan Wen in Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation, vol. 24, no. 2, 2014, pp. 186–230.
- Branding as a Response to the ‘Existential Crisis’ of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland book chapter by Katja Valaskivi
- Wong, H. M. (2008). Religiousness, Love of Money, and Ethical Attitudes of Malaysian Evangelical Christians in Business. Journal of Business Ethics, 81(1), 169–191.
- Zaloom, C. (2016), The Evangelical Financial Ethic: Doubled Forms and The Search for God in the Economic World. American Ethnologist, 43: 325-338.
- Harrigan, P., Roy, S.K. and Chen, T. (2021), "Do value cocreation and engagement drive brand evangelism?", Marketing Intelligence & Planning, Vol. 39 No. 3, pp. 345-360.
Religious Trauma + Mental Health
The Effects of Religion on Depression and Suicide Rates in the United States by Enomoto, C. E., Djaba, T., & Noor, S. A. in the Journal of Philosophy, Culture and Religion, Vol. 23, 2016
Christian religious functioning and trauma outcomes article by Harris, J. I., Erbes, C. R., Engdahl, B. E., Olson, R. H. A., Winskowski, A. M., & McMahill, J. in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, 64(1), 17–29, 2008
Deconstructing Evangelicalism: A Letter to a Friend and a Professor's Guide to Escaping Religious Fundamentalism book by Hübner, J. A. Hills Publishing Group, 2020
From Autonomy to Divinity: The Cultural Socialization of Moral Reasoning in an Evangelical Christian Community, journal article byDiBianca Fasoli, A. (2018), Child Dev, 89: 1657-1673.
Anxiety and Avoidance in Adults and Childhood Trauma Are Associated with Negative Religious Coping article by Kosarkova, A., Malinakova, K., van Dijk, J. P., & Tavel, P. from the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(14), 5147, 2020
De-Doxifying Miriam chapter by Alice Bach in A Wise and Discerning Mind: Essays in Honor of Burke O. Long, 2020, pp. 1–10
Love of Neighbor in the Face of Religious Trauma chapter by Firestone, R. from the book The Future of Interfaith Dialogue: Muslim-Christian Encounters Through A Common Word, 2018
Religious and Spiritual Factors and the Consequences of Trauma: A Review and Model of the Interrelationship article by Schaefer, F. C., Blazer, D. G., & Koenig, H. G. from The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 38(4), 507–524, 2008
Influence of a Conservative Religious Upbringing on the Content of Psychosis paper by Ella Chrelashvili, La Salle University
Toxic Theology as a Contributing Factor in Complicated Mourning by Terri Daniel, DMin, in the Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling: Advancing Theory and Professional Practice through Scholarly and Reflective Publications, 73(4), 196–204, 2019
Elisha, O. (2008). Faith beyond Belief: Evangelical Protestant Conceptions of Faith and the Resonance of Anti-humanism. Social Analysis, 52(1), 56–78.
The Art of Hearing God: Absorption, Dissociation, and Contemporary American Spirituality by T. M. Luhrmann in Spiritus 5: 133–157, 2005 by The Johns Hopkins University Press
- Wilkins, A. C. (2008). "Happier than Non-Christians": Collective Emotions and Symbolic Boundaries among Evangelical Christians. Social Psychology Quarterly, 71(3), 281-301.
- Luhrmann, T.M., Nusbaum, H. and Thisted, R. (2010), The Absorption Hypothesis: Learning to Hear God in Evangelical Christianity. American Anthropologist, 112: 66-78.
- (2021) Saturday night and Sunday morning: value monism and pluralism in contemporary evangelical musicianship, Journal of Contemporary Religion, 36:3, 483-500
Mormonism (LDS) + Marketing
- Lofthouse, J. K., & Storr, V. H. (2021). Institutions, the social capital structure, and multilevel marketing companies. Journal of Institutional Economics, 17(1), 53-70.
- Conroy, Brynne. (2022, February 2) I failed at multi-level marketing. It taught me a lot about my priorities -- and myself. The Business Insider. "I found other ways to be entrepreneurial and support myself without exploiting my closest friends and family members, putting them in positions where they felt like they couldn't say, "No."
- Umbach, Greg ("Fritz"). (2004). Learning to shop in Zion: the consumer revolution in Great Basin Mormon culture, 1847-1910. Journal of Social History, 38(1), 29+.
- (2011) Marketing Religion Online: The LDS Church's SEO Efforts, Journal of Media and Religion, 10:4, 185-205
- Hutchinson, Janis (1995) The Mormon Missionaries: An Inside Look at Their Real Message and Methods [Trigger Warning: This book is written ironically(?) from a *very* Evangelical perspective. Despite this, the author highlights some important correlations between the LDS missionary growth model and secular marketing approaches.]
Religion + Management + Leadership
- The Influence of Christian Religiosity on Managerial Decisions Concerning the Environment journal article by Cui, Jinhua, et al. in the Journal of Business Ethics, vol. 132, no. 1, 2015, pp. 203–231.
- Tourish, D. (2005). Charismatic Leadership and Corporate Cultism at Enron: The Elimination of Dissent, the Promotion of Conformity and Organizational Collapse. Leadership, 1(4), 455–480
- Tourish, D., & Pinnington, A. (2002). Transformational Leadership, Corporate Cultism and the Spirituality Paradigm: An Unholy Trinity in the Workplace? Human Relations, 55(2), 147–172.
- Tourish, D., Collinson, D., & Barker, J. R. (2009). Manufacturing Conformity: Leadership Through Coercive Persuasion in Business Organisations. M@n@Gement, 12(5), 360.
Economics + Public Policy + Religion
- McKinnon, A. M. (2013). Ideology and the Market Metaphor in Rational Choice Theory of Religion: A Rhetorical Critique of ‘Religious Economies.’ Critical Sociology, 39(4), 529–543.
- ‘I Want There to be no Glass Ceiling:’ Evangelicals’ Engagements with Class, Education, and Urban Childhoods. journal article by Strhan, A. (2017), Sociological Research Online, 22(1), 146–160.
- Caste-Sensitive Church Planting: Revisiting the Homogeneous Unit Principle journal article by Mark Pickett in Transformation, vol. 32, no. 3, 2015, pp. 177–187
- Wilcox, C. (2003). Laying Up Treasures in Washington and in Heaven: The Christian Right and Evangelical Politics in the Twentieth Century and Beyond. OAH Magazine of History, 17(2), 23–29.
- Why Worry about Evolution? Boundaries, Practices, and Moral Salience in Sunni and Evangelical High Schools journal article by Jeffrey Guhin in Sociological Theory, vol. 34, no. 2, 2016, pp. 151–174
- Williams, D.K. (2011). Evangelical Economics: Reexamining Christian Political Culture from a Market-Based Perspective. Reviews in American History 39(1), 175-184.
- Woods, O. (2012). Sri Lanka’s Informal Religious Economy: Evangelical Competitiveness and Buddhist Hegemony in Perspective. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 51(2), 203–219.
- Scheitle, C. P., & McCarthy, J. D. (2018). The Mobilization of Evangelical Protestants in the Nonprofit Sector: Parachurch Foundings Across U.S. Counties, 1998–2016. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 57(2), 238–257.
- Kelly, K. (2014). Evangelical Underdogs: Intrinsic Success, Organizational Solidarity, and Marginalized Identities as Religious Movement Resources. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 43(4), 419–455.
- Martin, P. P., Bowles, T. A., Adkins, L. T., & Leach, M. T. (2011). Black Mega-Churches in the Internet Age: Exploring Theological Teachings and Social Outreach Efforts. Journal of African American Studies, 15(2), 155–176.
- Wade, M. (2015). Seeker-friendly: The Hillsong megachurch as an enchanting total institution. Journal of Sociology, 52(4), 661–676, 2016
- The Light of the World: Mediating Divine Presence through Light and Sound in a Contemporary Megachurch by Rakow, K. in The Journal of Objects, Art and Belief, 16(1), 1–24, 2020 "...despite the capaciousness of the space an atmosphere of intimacy is created through a specific lighting scheme that departs from traditional church lighting practices."
- Ruhr, M., & Daniels, J. P. (2012). Subsidizing Religious Participation Through Groups: A Model of the “Megachurch” Strategy for Growth. Review of Religious Research, 53(4), 471–491
- Johnson, J. Megachurches, Celebrity Pastors, and the Evangelical Industrial Complex in Religion and Popular Culture in America, 3rd Ed,, eds. Bruce Forbes and Jeffrey Mahan (University of California Press, March 2017).
- Saffer, A. (2021). Promoting the Faith: Examining Megachurches' Audience-Centric Advertising Strategies on Social Media. Journal of Advertising. "Advertisers looking to increase online engagement should focus their efforts on persuasive messages that include the object-audience engagement strategy."
Missionaries + Fundraising + Marketing
- Social Capital, Race, and Personal Fundraising in Evangelical Outreach Ministries, journal article by Perry, S.L. (2013) in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 52: 159-178.
- Diversity, Donations, and Disadvantage: The Implications of Personal Fundraising for Racial Diversity in Evangelical Outreach Ministries journal article by Samuel L. Perry in Review of Religious Research, vol. 53, no. 4, 2012, pp. 397–418
- Hubspot. A Straightforward Guide to Missionary Selling [Note: This is a *secular* non-scholarly article from a well-known marketing service provider. They aptly identify examples of missionary marketing models in modern society: affiliate programs, pharmaceutical sales, etc.]
- Reeb, C., Hermans, C. M., & Simmers, C. S. (2016). Marketing Mission: The Divergence in Missiological Thought between Pastors and Missionary Leadership. International Bulletin of Mission Research, 40(3), 218–227.
- Meador, Patrick. Be a Missionary, Not a Marketer. For The Church [Trigger Warning & Note: This *Evangelical* article shares six differences between a missionary and a marketer, from a current *missionary's* perspective. While I personally do not agree with each point, there is some interesting insight to be gained from listening to the "the other side of the fence."]
Labor + Work + Productivity + Religion
- The category of the culture of work as vocation: The proposal of the Evangelical Church in Germany for the current upheavals in the world of work, journal article by Kopiec, P. (2021) in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2.
Sexual Abuse + Religion
Clergy Sexual Abuse in the Roman Catholic Church. Exploring Contextual Factors journal article by Demasure, K. in Catholic Approaches in Practical Theology. International and Interdisciplinary Perspectives, CCLXXXVI, 153–166, 2016
Sexual Violence at Christian and Secular Universities: Does Institutional Type Matter? journal article by Foubert, J. D., Durham, A., Houston, M., & Vanderwoerd, J. in Christian Higher Education, 1–14, 2020
Sexual Violence on Religious Campuses journal article by Vanderwoerd, J. R., & Cheng, A. in the Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 47(2), 1–21, 2017
Adults Recovering from Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Salutogenic Approach thesis by Cunnington C. at the University of Sheffield, 2020
Church + Gender Roles + Business
- The Baby Blanket or the Briefcase: The Impact of Evangelical Gender Role Ideologies on Career and Mothering Aspirations of Female Evangelical College Students, journal article by Colaner, C. W., & Giles, S. M. (2008), Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 58(7-8), 526-534.
- Sexism, Vocational Goals, and Motivation as Predictors of Men's and Women's Career Choice, journal article by Lameiras Fernandez, M., Rodriguez Castro, Y., Calado Otero, M., Foltz, M. L., & Gonzalez Lorenzo, M. (2006), Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 55(3-4), 267-272.
- Should Women Return Home? The Interactive Effects of Sexism and Economic Confidence, journal article byLi, Q., Huang, D., & Cui, M. (2012), Social Behavior and Personality, 40(3), 527-528.
- Exploring the Communication of Evangelical Families: The Association Between Evangelical Gender Role Ideology and Family Communication Patterns, journal article by (2009), Communication Studies, 60:2, 97-113
- Johnson, J. (2010). The Citizen-Soldier: Masculinity, War, and Sacrifice at an Emerging Church in Seattle, Washington. Political and Legal Anthropology Review, Vol.33 (2): 326-351.
- The Politicization of Family Life: How Headship Became Essential to Evangelical Identity in the Late Twentieth Century journal article by Anneke Stasson in Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation, vol. 24, no. 1, 2014, pp. 100–138
- She Works Hard(Er) for the Money: Gender, Fundraising, and Employment in Evangelical Parachurch Organizations journal article by Samuel L. Perry in Sociology of Religion, vol. 74, no. 3, 2013, pp. 392–415.
- Barbosa, J. R. (2022). Godllywood: A digital pedagogy for the evangelical woman. Explorations in Media Ecology, 21(1), 53-66.
- (2019) The centrality of the female body in Brazilian culture: Evangelical and Muslim responses, Journal of Contemporary Religion, 34:2, 275-290
- (2019) Wearing your heart on your sleeve: the surveillance of women’s souls in evangelical Christian modesty culture, Feminist Media Studies, 19:8, 1129-1143
Religion + Masculinity + Porn
- Rasmussen KR, Kohut T. Does Religious Attendance Moderate the Connection Between Pornography Consumption and Attitudes Toward Women? J Sex Res. 2019 Jan;56(1):38-49.
- Perry, S. L., & Snawder, K. J. (2017). Pornography, Religion, and Parent-Child Relationship Quality. Archives of sexual behavior, 46(6), 1747–1761.
- Floyd, C. G., Landa, S., Saunders, M. A., & Volk, F. (2020). The Moderating Influence of Moral Disapproval of Pornography on Couples' Sexual and Relationship Satisfaction. Journal of sex & marital therapy, 46(7), 660–682.
- Grubbs, J. B., & Perry, S. L. (2019). Moral Incongruence and Pornography Use: A Critical Review and Integration. Journal of sex research, 56(1), 29–37.
- Wright P. J. (2022). Theoretically Suggested Divergent Predictions for Pornography Use, Religiosity, and Permissive Sexual Attitudes. Archives of sexual behavior, 51(2), 1281–1292.
- (2022) Porn as a Threat to the Mythic Social Order: Christian Nationalism, Anti-Pornography Legislation, and Fear of Pornography as a Public Menace, The Sociological Quarterly, 63:2, 316-336
- Harper, R. (2012). New Frontiers: Wild at Heart and Post-Promise Keeper Evangelical Manhood. Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, 24(1), 97-112.
- Ben Amor, N. E. H., Amor, N. E. H. B., Ghachem, M. S., Garrouch, K., & Mzoughi, M. N. (2014). Female Bareness in Print Advertisements: Do Religiosity and Gender Matter? International Journal of Marketing Studies, 6(3), 2014