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  • Occupational burnout levels of Turkish imams.
    Küçüksüleymano?lu, Rüyam (2013)
    Review of Religious Research 55:1: 27-42.

    Data from 124 imams in Bursa, Turkey.

    Associated Search Terms: Burnout; Clergy; Islam, Turkey; Turkey, Bursa
  • Work-related Psychological Health among Clergy Serving in the Presbyterian Church (USA): Testing the Idea of Balanced Affect.
    Francis, Leslie J., Andrew Village, Mandy Robbins, and Keith Wulff (2011)
    Review of Religious Research 53:1: 9-22.

    Analyzes 2006 questionnaire data from Presbyterian (U.S.A.) clergy. Positive effect cannot compeltely compensate for negative effect.

    Associated Search Terms: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.; Burnout; Mental health
  • Work-Related Psychological Health and Psychological Type Among Church of England Clergywomen.
    Robbins, Mandy, and Leslie J. Francis (2010)
    Review of Religious Research 52:1: 57-71.

    Analyzes survey (psychological instruments) data from Church of England clergy women.

    Associated Search Terms: Church of England; Burnout; Clergy; Mental health; Women
  • Orientation to the Demands of Ministry: Construct Validity and Relationship with Burnout.
    Miner, Maureen, Sam Sterland, and Martin Dowson (2009)
    Review of Religious Research 50:4: 463-479.

    Develops a measure of internal orientation toward ministry, which inversely predicts clergy burnout.

    Associated Search Terms: Australia; Clergy; Measurement; Burnout
  • The relationship between attitude toward prayer and professional burnout among Anglican parochial clergy England: Are praying cledrgy healthier clergy?
    Turton, Douglas W., and Leslie J. Francis (2007)
    Mental Health, Religion & Culture 10:1: 61-74.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy; Church of England; Burnout; Prayer; Great Britain
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