Jared Bok's research interests include religion, culture, organizations and globalization and transnationalism. His work largely focuses on how religion intersects with attitudes about mainstream secular culture, how it expands and contracts globally and how it operates in similar or different ways to secular nonprofits.
- Globalization and Transnationalism
- SOC 425: Research Methods
- SOC 416: Quantitative Methods
- SOC 333: Religion and Society
- SOC 285: Sociology of Contemporary Culture
- SOC 207: Introduction to Sociological Theory
- APST 207: Practical Statistics
- SOC 101: Principles of Sociology
- Bok, Jared. 2021. “The Arts in Sacred Spaces: How Religious Conservatism and Cultural Omnivorousness Influence Attitudes about Congregational Involvement in the Arts.” Review of Religious Research.
- Bok, Jared. 2020. “Diversity within Protestant Transnationalism: Differences in the Scope and Reach of Pentecostal/Charismatic and Evangelical Missions.” Review of Religious Research 62(4):603-625.
- Bok, Jared. 2020. “Distinction through Religious Activism: How Capital Shapes the Organizational Repertoires of Transnational Protestant Outreach.” Sociology of Religion 81(3):294-318.
- Bok, Jared. 2020. “Inner-Worldly and Other-Worldly Outreach: Organizational Repertoires of Protestant Mission Agencies.” Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion 17(2):159-183.
- Bok, Jared. 2014. “Symbolic Filtering: Selectively Permeable Evangelical Boundaries in an Age of Religious Pluralism.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 53(4):808-825.
- Ph.D., Sociology, Emory University, 2016
- BSc Religious Studies and Sociology, Bates College, 2010