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  • Rogue Clerics: The Social Problem of Clergy Deviance.
    Shupe, Anson D., Jr. (2008)
    New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction.

    Examination of clergy malfeasance & social movements by victims.

    Associated Search Terms: Deviance/social control; Social movement; Clergy malfeasance
  • Spoils of the Kingdom: Clergy Misconduct and Religious Community.
    Shupe, Anson D., Jr. (2007)
    Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy malfeasance
  • Spoils of the Kingdom: Clergy Misconduct and Religious Community.
    Shupe, Anson D., Jr. (2007)
    Champaign: University of Illinois Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy malfeasance
  • Guide to Enlightenment of Strayed Shepherds? The Problems of Claimed Clergy Malfeasance in Interreligious Perspective.
    Spickard, James V. (2000)
    In Anson Shupe, William A. Stacey, and Susan E. Darnell (eds.) Bad Pastors. Clergy Misconduct in Modern America. New York: New York University Press, pp. 90-109.

    Argues that cultural relativism makes defining clergy malfeasance difficult.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy malfeasance
  • Bad Pastors: Clergy Misconduct in America.
    Shupe, Anson D., Jr., William A. Stacy, and Susan E. Darnell (2000)
    New York: New York University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy malfeasance
  • Charisma, Male Entitlement, and the Abuse of Power.
    Jacobs, Janet Liebman (2000)
    In Anson Shupe, William A. Stacey, and Susan E. Darnell (eds.) Bad Pastors. Clergy Misconduct in Modern America. New York: New York University Press, pp. 113-130.

    Places forced sex in charismatically-led authoritarian religions in the context of the surrogate family as a social form.

    Associated Search Terms: Charisma; Clergy malfeasance
  • Issues in Conceptualizing Clergy Malfeasance.
    Shupe, Anson D., Jr., and Peter Iadicola (2000)
    In Anson D. Shupe, Jr., William A. Stacey, and Susan E. Darnell (eds.) Bad Pastors. Clergy Misconduct in Modern America. New York: New York University Press, pp. 13-38.

    Extends theory beyond organizational features to societal contextual ones, with a focus on state-sponsored violence & anti-minority movements.

    Associated Search Terms: Deviance/social control; Clergy; Clergy malfeasance
  • Narratives of Sexual Danger. A Comparative Perspective on the Emergence of the Clergy Sexual Violation Scandal.
    Bromley, David G., and Clinton H. Cress (2000)
    In Anson Shupe, William A. Stacey, and Susan E. Darnell (eds.) Bad Pastors. Clergy Misconduct in Modern America. New York: New York University Press, pp. 39-68.

    Places the narratives of male clergy malfeasance in the context of claims made against other kinds of male abuse of women & children.

    Associated Search Terms: Social problem; Clergy malfeasance; Contractual social relations
  • How much Clergy Malfeasance is Really out There? A Victimization Survey of Prevalence and Perceptions.
    Stacey, William A., Susan E. Darnell, and Anson D. Shupe, Jr. (2000)
    In Anson D. Shupe, Jr., William A. Stacey, and Susan E. Darnell (eds.) Bad Pastors. Clergy Misconduct in Modern America. New York: New York University Press, pp. 187-213.

    1996 victimization survey in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. 4.6% knew of a family member or friend abused by clergy; 2.9% had been abused by clergy. The rates approximate those in education but are less than in law enforcement or business.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy malfeasance; United States, Texas, Dallas
  • Clergy Malfeasance, Victimization, and National/Local Awareness. Their Effects on Church Attendance and Financial Giving.
    Stacey, William A., Anson D. Shupe, Jr.,and Susan E. Darnell (2000)
    In Anson D. Shupe,Jr., William A. Stacey, and Susan E. Darnell (eds.) Bad Pastors. Clergy Misconduct in Modern America. New York: New York University Press, pp. 214-238.

    Based on data from a 1996 victimization survey.

    Associated Search Terms: Practice; Contributions; Clergy malfeasance; United States, Texas, Dallas
  • Wolves Within the Fold. Religious Leadership and Abuses of Power.
    Shupe, Anson D., Jr. (ed.) (1999)
    Piscataway, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy malfeasance
  • Creating a Culture of Clergy Deviance.
    Jenkins, Philip (1998)
    In Anson Shupe (ed.) Wolves within the Fold: Religious Leadership and the Abuse of Power.

    New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 118-132.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy malfeasance
  • Disclaimers and Accounts in Cases of Catholic Priests Accused of Pedophilia.
    Thomson, James G., Joseph A. Marolla, and David G. Bromley (1998)
    In Anson Shupe (ed.) Wolves within the Fold. Religious Leadership and Abuses of Power. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 175-190.

    Describes disclaimers & accounts used by Catholic priest pedophiles.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy malfeasance; Sexual abuse
  • Economic Fraud and Christian Leaders in the United States.
    Shupe, Anson D., Jr. (1998)
    In Anson Shupe (ed.) Wolves within the Fold. Religious Leadership and Abuses of Power. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 49-64.

    Associated Search Terms: Deviance/social control; Clergy malfeasance
  • Church Structures that Facilitate Pedophilia among Roman Catholic Clergy.
    Krebs, Theresa (1998)
    In Anson Shupe (ed.) Wolves within the Fold. Religious Leadership and Abuses of Power. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 15-32.

    The scope & anonymity of the Catholic Church helps protect clergy pedophiles.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy malfeasance; Sexual abuse; Polity; Catholic
  • Criminology's Contributions to the Study of Religious Crime.
    Iadicola, Peter (1998)
    In Anson Shupe (ed.), Wolves within the Fold. Religious Leadership and Abuses of Power. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 212-229.

    Associated Search Terms: Deviance/social control; Clergy malfeasance; Criminology
  • Reactions of Hare Krishna Devotees to Scandals of Leaders' Misconduct.
    Rochford, E. Burke, Jr. (1998)
    In Anson Shupe (ed.) Wolves Within the Fold. Religious Leadership and Abuses of Power. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 101-117.

    Examines the decline of religious authority following clergy malfeasance.

    Associated Search Terms: Guru; Deviance/social control; Hare Krishna; Authority; Clergy malfeasance
  • The Impact of Abuses of Clergy Trust on Female Congregants' Faith and Practice.
    Nason-Clark, Nancy (1998)
    In Anson Shupe (ed.) Wolves within the Fold. Religious Leadership and Abuses of Power. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 85-100.

    The women's movement redefined sexual abuse as an issue of power, thereby changing public responses to its occurrence. Based on interviews over time with Catholic & former Catholic women.

    Associated Search Terms: Canada, Newfoundland; Clergy malfeasance; Sexual abuse; Feminist theory; Women; Catholic, Canada
  • Authenticity Lost: When Victims of Clergy Abuse Confront Betrayed Trust.
    Shupe, Anson D., Jr. (1996)
    In Lewis F. Carter (ed.) The Issue of Authenticity in the Study of Religions. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press, pp. 261-279.

    Associated Search Terms: Legitimation; Clergy malfeasance; Deviance/social control
  • Pedophiles and Priests: Anatomy of a Contemporary Crisis.
    Jenkins, Philip (1996)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, U.S.A.; Deviance/social control; Media; Clergy; Clergy malfeasance
  • In the Name of All That's Holy. A Theory of Clergy Malfeasance.
    Shupe, Anson D., Jr. (1995)
    Westport, Connecticut: Praeger.

    Hierarchical churches create more protected spaces that abusers can take advantage of, while congregational churches lack a tradition or authority to prevent the normalizing of abuses.

    Associated Search Terms: Polity; Power; Clergy malfeasance; Deviance/social control
  • Poll trends: Religious beliefs and behaviors and the televangelist scandals of 1987-1988.
    Smith, Tom W. (1992)
    Public Opinion Quarterly 56:3: 360-380.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy malfeasance; Belief; Clergy image; Practice
  • The Light at the Center: Context and Pretext of Modern Mysticism.
    Bharati, Agehananda (1976)
    Santa Barbara, California: Ross-Erickso.

    Distinguishes traditional Tantric traditions from charlatans in the U.S.A.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy malfeasance; Mysticism; Hindu, U.S.A.
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