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  • Religious institutions and sexual scandals: A comparative study of Catholicism in Ireland, South Africa, and the United States.
    Conway, Brian (2014)
    International Journal of Comparative Sociology 55:4: 318-341.

    Associated Search Terms: Ireland; Comparative; South Africa; Catholic, Ireland; Catholic, South Africa; Sexual abuse; United States; Catholic, U.S.A.
  • Native Evangelism in Central Mexico.
    Nutini, Hugo G., and Jean F. Nutini (2014)
    Austin: University of Texas Press

    Based on 1996-2006 field work in the Córdoba-Orizaba region & the Tlaxcala-Pueblan Valley. 2 independent Evangelical sects differ-one authoritarian & hierarchical, & the other not. Develops the concept “destructive sect” for Luz del Mundo.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Amistad y Vida; Sexual abuse; Functionalism; Evangelical, Mexico; Conversion; Polity; Mexico; Luz del Mundo; Comparative
  • Same Call, Different Men. The Evolution of the Priesthood since Vatican II.
    Gautier, Mary L., Paul M. Perl, and Stephen J. Fichter (2012)
    Collegeville, Minnesota: Liturgical Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Traditionalism; Catholic, U.S.A.; Sexual abuse; Job satisfaction; Clergy role; Celibacy; Clergy
  • The media and the Catholic Church in Ireland: Reproting clerical child sex abuse.
    Donnelly, Susie, and Tom Inglis (2010)
    Journal of Contemporary Religion 25;1: 1-19.

    Associated Search Terms: Abuse; Sexual abuse; Catholic, Ireland; Media; Ireland
  • American Catholics Today. New Realities of Their Faith and Their Church.
    D'Antonio, William V., James D. Davidson, Dean R. Hoge, and Mary L. Gautier (2007)
    Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield (Sheed & Ward).

    Uses a 2005 survey of U.S. Catholics to update earier ones, as well as a separate 2003 data set that reports effects of the sexual abuse scandal.

    Associated Search Terms: Belief; Catholic, U.S.A.; Generations; Moral; Politics, U.S.A.; Identity; Practice; Sexual abuse
  • Bingo. Mandatory Celibacy and Clergy Sexual Abuse.
    Haggett, Louise (2005)
    Freeport, Maine: Center for the Study of Religious Issues.

    Associated Search Terms: Celibacy; Clergy; Catholic, U.S.A.; Child abuse; Sexual abuse
  • 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
  • A National Survey of the Sexual Trauma Experience of Catholic Nuns.
    Chibnall, John T., Ann Wolf, and Paul N. Duckro (1998)
    Review of Religious Research 40:2: 142-167.

    Examines victims of sexual abuse who are vowed female Catholic religious; based on a sample survey.

    Associated Search Terms: Sisters; Sexual abuse
  • Secularised Sexuality. Youth Values in a City-island.
    Abela, Anthony M. (1998)
    Valletta, Malta: Social Values Studies

    Associated Search Terms: Malta; Catholic, Malta; Sexual abuse; Sexual attitudes; Adolescents; Sexual activity
  • 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
  • Spiritual Correlates of Reported Sexual Abuse among Mormon Women.
    Pritt, Ann F. (1998)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 37:2: 273-285.

    Compares measures from Mormon women who had vs. had not experienced sexual abuse as children.

    Associated Search Terms: God, concept of; Women; Sexual abuse; Well-being, spiritual; Mormon
  • An Advocacy Group for Victims of Clerical Sexual Abuse.
    Pullen, Elizabeth (1998)
    In Anson Shupe (ed.) Wolves within the Fold. Religious Leadership and Abuses of Power. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 67-84.

    Studies a support group for victims in the wake of a pedophilia scandal at a Catholic minor seminary.

    Associated Search Terms: Victim; Sexual abuse; United States, California, Santa Barbara; Catholic, U.S.A.; Support group
  • 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
  • El abuso sexual y el uso simbólico del concepto religioso del Padre.
    Escalante Gonzalbo, Paloma (1997)
    Revista Académica para el Estudio de las Relgiones 1: 123-137.

    Associated Search Terms: Sexual abuse
  • The Violated Self and the Search for Religious Meaning.
    Jacobs, Janet L. (1995)
    In Mary Jo Neitz and Marion S. Goldman 9eds.), Sex, Lies and Sanctity: Religion and Deviance in Contemporary North America. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press, Inc., pp. 237-250.

    Explores effects of religious socialization on victims of childhood sexual abuse; based on interviews with incest survivors.

    Associated Search Terms: Sexual abuse
  • Defining and Sanctioning Sexual Deviance in Contemporary Witchcraft.
    Neitz, Mary Jo (1995)
    In Mary Jo Neitz and Marion S. Goldman (eds.) Sex, Lies and Sanctity: Religion and Deviance in Contemporary North America. Greenwich, Connectictu: JAI Press, Inc., pp. 223-235.

    Sexual abuse is no more common in Wicca than elsewhere.

    Associated Search Terms: Witch; Deviance/social control; Sexual abuse
  • The Satanic Abuse Controversy: Social Workers and the Social Work Press.
    Clapton, Gary (1993)
    London: University of North London Press.

    Analyzes the discourse in the British social work press related to an alleged wave of Satanist sexual abuse of children.

    Associated Search Terms: Media; Discourse analysis; Great Britain; Social worker; Satanist; Sexual abuse
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