John H. Evans

Social Polarization

2006  “Cooperative Coalitions on the Religious Right and Left: Considering the Resilience of Sectarianism.”  Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 45 (2): 195-215.

2005  “The Deeper ‘Culture Wars’ Questions.”  (With Lisa M. Nunn).  The Forum 3 (2): 1-10.

2003 “Have Americans’ Attitudes Become More Polarized? – an Update.”  Social Science Quarterly 84 (1): 71-90.

2002  “Polarization in Abortion Attitudes in U.S. Religious Traditions 1972-1998.”   Sociological Forum. 17 (3): 397-422.

2001  “Opinion Polarization: Important Contributions, Necessary Limitations.”  American Journal of Sociology.  106 (4): 944-959.  (With Paul DiMaggio and Bethany Bryson).

1997  “Worldviews or Social Groups as the Source of Moral Value Attitudes: Implications for the Culture Wars Thesis.”  Sociological Forum 12 (3): 371-404.

1996  “Have Americans’ Social Attitudes Become More Polarized?  American Journal of Sociology 102 (3): 690-755.  (With Paul DiMaggio and Bethany Bryson)

[Reprinted in Cultural Wars in American Politics, edited by Rhys H. Williams.  1997.  New York, Aldine de Gruyter.  Pp. 63-99.]

1996  “Culture Wars” or Status Group Ideology as the Basis of U.S. Moral Politics.”  International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 16 (1-2): 15-34.