My published research covers three major areas: the application of advanced quantitative methods to survey and other data, the intersection of religion and inequality, and the social organization of religion in North America.
Quantitative Methods Papers
- Eagle, David and Rae Jean Proeschold-Bell. 2015. "Methodological Considerations in the Use of Name Generators and Interpreters." Social Networks, 40:75-83.
- Eagle, Alison and David Eagle, Tracy Stobbe and Kees Van Kooten. 2015. "Farmland Protection and Agricultural Land Values at the Urban-Rural Fringe: British Columbia’s Agricultural Land Reserve." The American Journal of Agricultural Economics, doi: 10.1093/ajae/aau098.
Religion and Inequality
- Keister, Lisa and David E. Eagle. 2014. "Religion and Inequality: The Role of Status Attainment and Social Balance Processes." Social Thought and Research, 33.
- Read, Jen'nan and David Eagle. 2014. "Intersectionality and Identity: An Exploration of Arab American Women." In Keister, Lisa and Darren Sherkat (eds.), Religion and Inequality in American, London: Cambridge University Press. 75-96. Amazon.
- Read, Jen’nan and David E. Eagle. 2011. “Intersecting Identities as a Source of Religious Incongruence.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 50(1):116-132.
- Eagle, David. 2011."Patterns of Religious Attendance in Canada 1986 - 2008." The Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 50(1):187-200.
- Under Review: Read, Jen'nan, Lisa Keister and David Eagle. "Gender, Religion, and Charitable Giving: Household Generosity as a Window into the Undoing of Gender."
Social Organization of North American Religion
- Eagle, David. 2015. "Historicizing the Megachurch." The Journal of Social History, 40.
- Eagle, David. 2012. "Mega, Medium and Mini: Size and the Socio-Economic Status Composition of American Protestant Congregations." Research in the Sociology of Work, 23: 281-310.
- Eagle, David. 2011. "The Loosening Bond of Religion on Canadian Society: A Comment on Bibby." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion." 50(4):838-839.