Trent Steidley and David Yamane, “Special Issue Editor’s Introduction: A Sociology of Firearms for the 21st Century,” Sociological Perspectives, (December 2021).
David Yamane, Riley Satterwhite, and Paul Yamane, “A Woman’s Place in Gun Advertisements: The American Rifleman, 1920-2019,” in Craig Hovey and Lisa Fischer, eds., Understanding America’s Gun Culture, 2nd Edition (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books).
“Understanding and Misunderstanding America’s Gun Culture,” in Craig Hovey and Lisa Fischer, eds., Understanding America’s Gun Culture, 2nd Edition (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books).
David Yamane, Jesse DeDeyne, and Alonso Octavio Aravena Méndez, “Who Are the Liberal Gun Owners?” Sociological Inquiry, 91:2 (May 2021).
David Yamane, Paul Yamane, and Sebastian L. Ivory, “Targeted Advertising: Documenting the emergence of Gun Culture 2.0 in Guns magazine, 1955–2019,” Palgrave Communications 6, Article 61 (2020).
David Yamane, Sebastian L. Ivory, and Paul C. Yamane, “The Rise of Self-Defense in Gun Advertising: The American Rifleman, 1918-2017,” in Jennifer Carlson, Kristen Goss, and Harel Shapira, eds., Guns: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Politics, Policy, and Practice (New York: Routledge, 2019).
“’The First Rule of Gunfighting is Have a Gun’: Technologies of Concealed Carry in Gun Culture 2.0,” in Jonathan Obert, Andrew Poe, and Austin Sarat, eds., The Lives of Guns (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019).
“What’s Next? Understanding and Misunderstanding America’s Gun Culture,” pp. 157-68 in Craig Hovey and Lisa Fischer, eds., Understanding America’s Gun Culture (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2017).
“Sociology of Religion,” in Kathleen Korgen, ed., The Cambridge Handbook of Sociology (New York: Cambridge University Press).
“The Sociology of U.S. Gun Culture,” Sociology Compass 11:7 (July 2017). DOI: 10.1111/soc4.12497
“Awash in a Sea of Faith and Firearms: Rediscovering the Connection between Religion and Gun Ownership in America,” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 55:3 (September 2016):622-636.
“Sport,” pp. 67-87 in David Yamane, ed., Handbook of Religion and Society (New York: Springer).
“Introduction,” pp. 1-7 in David Yamane, ed., Handbook of Religion and Society (New York: Springer, 2016).
“Initiation Rites in the Contemporary Catholic Church: What Difference Do They Make?” Review of Religious Research 54:4 (December):401-420.
“Playing for Whom? Sport, Religion, and the Double-Movement of Secularization in America,” pp. 81-94 in Earl Smith, ed., Sociology of Sport and Social Theory (Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics).
“Welcome to Sociology of Religion 2.0,” Sociology of Religion 70(1):1-4.
“Introduction: Habits of the Heart at 20,” for a symposium on the 20th anniversary of Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life. Sociology of Religion 68(2):179-87.
“Beyond Beliefs: Religion and the Sociology of Religion in America.” Social Compass 54(1):33-48.
“Civil Religion,” pp. 506-7 in George Ritzer, ed., The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, Volume II. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
“Religion in the Legislative Arena: Affiliation, Salience, Advocacy, and Public Policy-Making,” with Elizabeth Oldmixon. Legislative Studies Quarterly 31 (August):433-60.
“Course Preparation Assignments: A Strategy for Creating Discussion-Based Courses.” Teaching Sociology 34 (July):236-48.
“Religious Advocacy in the Wisconsin Statehouse,” pp. 151-76 in Edward Cleary, ed., Representing God at the Statehouse: Religion and Politics in the American States. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
“Nuevos Pasos Hacia una Sociología de la Experiencia Religiosa: Comprensión del Significado a Través de la Narrativa,” pp. 51-72 in José Pérez Vilariño, ed., Religión y Sociedad en España y los Estados Unidos: Homenaje a Richard A. Schoenherr. Madid: Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas.
“Naked Public Square or Crumbling Wall of Separation? Evidence from Legislative Hearings in Wisconsin.” Review of Religious Research 42 (December):175-92.
“Narrative and Religious Experience.” Sociology of Religion 61 (Summer):171-89.
“Faith and Access: Personal Religiosity and Religious Group Advocacy in a State Legislature.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 38 (December):543‑50.
“A Sociologist Comments on Sommerville: The Whole is Less Than the Sum of Its Parts,” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 37 (June):254-56.
“Secularization on Trial: In Defense of a Neo-Secularization Paradigm.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 36 (March):107-20.
“Religious Experience,” “William James,” “Robert N. Bellah,” “Pentecostals,” “Charismatic Movement,” and 10 other entries in William Swatos, Jr., ed., Encyclopedia of Religion and Society. Walnut Creek, CA: Alta Mira Press.
“Where Angels Fear to Tread: Richard Schoenherr (1935-1996),” with Elizabeth Park. The American Sociologist 28 (Spring):136-42.
“The Battle of the Books at Berkeley: In Search of the Culture Wars in Debates Over Multiculturalism” in James L. Nolan, Jr., ed., The American Culture Wars: Current Contests and Future Prospects. Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia.
“Collaboration and Its Discontents: Steps Toward Overcoming Barriers to Successful Group Research Projects.” Teaching Sociology 24 (October):378-83.
“Life as a Seamless Garment: Richard Schoenherr (1935-1996),” with Elizabeth Park. Sociology of Religion 57 (Fall):319-21.
“Ways of Seeing Ecstasy in Modern Society: Experiential-Expressive and Cultural-Linguistic Views,” with Megan Polzer. Sociology of Religion 55 (Spring):1-25. (Reprinted in Sociology of Religion, edited by S. Monahan, W. Mirola, and M. Emerson [Prentice‑Hall, 2000]; Nominated for Outstanding Article Award, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion).