Announcements

Young Catholic America

SOULS IN TRANSITION ' The Religious & Spiritual Lives of Emerging Adults

Soul Searching: The Religious and Spiritual Lives of American Teenagers by Christian Smith with Melinda Lundquist Denton, has now sold more than 20,000 copies!

The NSYR is proud to announce the PAPERBACK publication of Soul Searching: The Religious and Spiritual Lives of American Teenagers, by Christian Smith with Melinda Lundquist-Denton.

Recent Publications Using NSYR Data

NSYR Releases Major Report on Wave 2 Findings

NSYR Wave 1 Telephone Survey Data Now Publicly Available

Forbidden Fruit: Sex and Religion in the Lives of American Teenagers, by Mark Regnerus, published by Oxford University Press

SOUL SEARCHING, a Movie about Teenagers and God, to be Released This Spring

NSYR Wave 3 Funded: Following Youth into Emerging Adulthood

Sessions Organized by the NSYR at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion

Data collection for the second wave of the National Study of Youth and Religion (NSYR) is now complete

Parents' Religion and Talking to Teens about Sex

Soul Searching: The Religious and Spiritual Lives of American Teenagers by Christian Smith with Melinda Lundquist Denton, Oxford University Press

NSYR Releases Major Report on Protestant Teens

New Report on Catholic Youth by the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry

NSYR Becomes Longitudinal: Following Teens into Young Adulthood

Religion and the Paranormal

Teens Exploring TV's "Vast Wasteland"

Teen Participation in Religious Mission Teams or Service Projects Examined

NSYR Co-investigator's Article Published in Social Forces

Few U.S. Protestant Teens Regularly Read the Bible

Few Jewish Families with Teenagers Regularly Talk Together About Religious or Spiritual Matters

U.S. Teenagers' Involvement in Religious Summer Camps

NSYR Completes Personal Interviews Data Collection

Does Religion Shape Movie Viewing Habits for Teens?

NSYR Releases Sixth Preliminary Report

The Internet: A Resource for Religious Teens

The Internet: More Popular than God?

NSYR Releases Survey Instrument

NSYR Sociologists to Present at the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting

Sociologists Find That Religiously Active Families Tend to Have Stronger Family Relationships

Research Note Published

NSYR Summer Reading Ideas

Research Published in Sociology of Religion Journal

National Study of Youth and Religion Completes Telephone Survey

Theorizing Religious Effects Among American Adolescents Published in JSSR

NSYR Releases Third Report

Adolescent Religious Participation Research Published in JSSR

Longitudinal Respondent Tracking Underway

National Study of Youth and Religion Launches Survey