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Park, Jerry

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Dr. Jerry Park is an associate professor of sociology and an affiliate fellow of the Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a psychology degree and earned his masters and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Notre Dame. His research interests include racial and religious minority experiences, prejudice and discrimination, identity, cultural ideology and cultural capital, and civic participation. Recent publications have covered racial stratification attitudes, the role of religion and entrepreneurial and work behavior, religious media consumption, religious attitudes of academic scientists, and Asian-American religiosity. Currently his research focuses on racial stereotypes, perceived anti-Muslim discrimination, Asian American Catholicism, and comparing Asian American religious beliefs. His undergraduate teaching is in racial and ethnic inequalities, and at the graduate level, he teaches seminars on the sociology of religiosity, the sociology of religion, race, and gender, and writing for publication.

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