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The Atheist Research Collaborative
by: Joseph Langston
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The Atheist Research Collaborative is a collective effort among social scientists in operating a nonpartisan Internet hub for psychological and sociological research on atheism and nonreligion. While we collect research data via traditional sampling methods, we are also invested in providing individuals from around the world with the opportunity to actively participate in cutting-edge academic research on atheism, nonreligion, and secularity via Internet-accessible studies.
ARC has recently updated its website (atheistresearch.org), Twitter, and Facebook pages, kinda like ARC 2.0. As part of this project, we also added a number of researchers to our lineup. We just wanted to drop you a line and let you know about the new changes, and we also wanted to ask if you’d send out a message to your members for us, asking them if they’d like to sign up for our new study alerts; all they have to do is go to our website, click "New Study Alerts", and provide their email, so it takes 5 seconds. We are trying to grow the number of atheists, secularists, freethinkers, and humanists that we can reach for research purposes.
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