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Spoils of the Kingdom: Clergy Misconduct and Religious Community

Anson Shupe - Social Science - 2010 - 184 pages
In Spoils of the Kingdom, Anson Shupe investigates clergy misconduct as it has recently unfolded across five faith-based groups. Looking at episodes of abuse in the Roman ...
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Rogue Clerics: The Social Problem of Clergy Deviance

Anson Shupe - Religion - 2017 - 217 pages
During the past several years the mass media in the United States has been awash with reports of priestly pedophilia, ecclesiastical cover-up, and clerical intimidation or ...
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Pastoral Misconduct: The American Black Church Examined

Anson Shupe, Janelle M. Eliasson-Nannini - Religion - 2012 - 208 pages
In the past, clergy malfeasance was mentioned only in passing by group members or adherents. The subject was invisible and those who studied it were often stigmatized as ...
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Self, Attitudes and Emotion Work: Western Social Psychology and Eastern Zen ...

Anson Shupe, Christopher Bradley - Psychology - 2011 - 209 pages
This book is about how Western social psychology interfaces with an Eastern Zen Buddhist perspective. It is neither a purely Zen Buddhist critique of the former, nor is it ...
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Violence, Inequality, and Human Freedom

Peter Iadicola, Anson Shupe - Political Science - 2012 - 529 pages
Core market: SSA335 Sociology of Violence and Terrorism (MDR 188 total college faculty) Supplementary markets: SSA170 Sociology of Criminal Justice (MDR 1710 full time faculty ...
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Agents of Discord: Deprogramming, Pseudo-Science, and the American Anticult ...

Anson Shupe, Susan E. Darnell - Social Science - 2011 - 268 pages
It is widely acknowledged that the United States has always provided fertile ground for the growth of new religious movements and cults, but modern organized efforts to oppose ...
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In the Name of All That's Holy: A Theory of Clergy Malfeasance

Anson D. Shupe - Religion - 1995 - 173 pages
Manipulation and abuse of followers by religious leaders is sociologically expected because of the unique aspects of the leader/follower relationships (built on trust but ...
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Bad Pastors: Clergy Misconduct in Modern America

Anson D. Shupe, William A. Stacey, Susan E. Darnell - Religion - 2000 - 256 pages
Utopian literature has given voice to the hopes and fears of the human race from its earliest days to the present. The only single-volume anthology of its kind, The Utopia ...
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A Tragic Grace: The Catholic Church and Child Sexual Abuse

Stephen J. Rossetti - Family & Relationships - 1996 - 126 pages
Father Rosetti shows in this book that responding properly to incidents of child sexual abuse presupposes an awareness of the prevasiveness of child abuse, a realization of the ...
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Clerical Sexual Abuse: How the Crisis Changed US Catholic Church-State Relations

Jo-Renee Formicola - Social Science - 2014 - 279 pages
The book discusses the changing relationship between American Catholic Bishops and civil authorities in the United States, as civil authority has eclipsed traditional Catholic ...
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