Journal of the Mormon Social Science Association

Journal of the Mormon Social Science Association (JMSSA) is a peer-reviewed academic journal sponsored by the . Founded in 1979, the MSSA is an interdisciplinary scholarly society promoting the study of social life within the Latter Day Saint movement. Journal of the Mormon Social Science Association publishes original research, synthetic reviews, and theoretical or methodological essays on topics relevant to the Latter Day Saint movement from a social science perspective.

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Editorial Team

• Rick Phillips, University of North Florida  

Managing Editor:
• Jana Reiss, Religion News Service

Editorial Board:
• John Bartkowski, University of Texas at San Antonio 
• Janet Bennion, Northern Vermont University
• Matthew Bowman, Claremont Graduate University
• David Campbell, University of Notre Dame
• Fenella Cannell, London School of Economics and Political Science
• Gina Colvin, University of Canterbury
• Stephen Cranney, Baylor University
• Ryan Cragun, University of Tampa
• Douglas Davies, Durham University
• John-Charles Duffy, Miami University  
• Tobin Grant, Southern Illinois University
• John Hamer, Community of Christ, Toronto Centre Place
• Sam Hardy, Brigham Young University
• Ralph Hood, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
• David Howlett, Smith College
• Amy Hoyt, Claremont Graduate University
• Danny Jorgenson, University of South Florida
• Laurie Maffly-Kipp, Washington University in St. Louis
• Patrick Mason, Utah State University
• Michael McBride, University of California-Irvine
• Jana Riess, Religion News Service
• Gary Shepherd, Oakland University
• Gordon Shepherd, University of Central Arkansas
• David Stewart, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
• Barbara Walden, Graceland University