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  • Religion and intimate partner violence in Chile: Micro- and macro-level influences.
    Lehrer, Evelyn L., Vivian Lehrer, and Ramona Krauss (2009)
    Social Science Research 38:3: 635-643.

    Associated Search Terms: Spouse abuse; Violence; Chile
  • Gender.
    Nason-Clark, Nancy, and Barbara Fisher-Townsend (2006)
    In Helen Rose Fuchs Ebaugh (ed.) Handbook of Religion and Social Institutions. New York: Springer, pp. 207-223.

    Associated Search Terms: Gender; Spouse abuse; Feminism; Sex
  • Religious Affiliation, Denominational Homogamy, and Intimate Partner Violence among U.S. Couples.
    Cunradi, Carol B., Raul Caetano, and John Schafer (2002)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 41:1: 139-151.

    Based on a 1995 U.S.A. survey. Religious practice & church membership have no direct effect on intimate partner violence.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Spouse abuse; Violence
  • Religious Involvement and Domestic Violence among U.S. Couples.
    Ellison, Christopher G., and Kristin L. Anderson (2001)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 40:2: 269-286.

    Analyzes 1987-88 National Survey of Families and Households data (U.S.A..); religious involvement is inversely related to domestic violence, even after statistical controls are introduced.

    Associated Search Terms: Spouse abuse; Child abuse; Family; Violence
  • Woman Abuse and Faith Communities: Religion, Violence, and the Provision of Social Welfare.
    Nason-Clark, Nancy (2001)
    In Paula D. Nesbitt (ed.) Religion and Social Policy. Walnut Creek, California: AltaMira, pp. 128-145.

    Uses Atlantic provinces surveys to assess readiness of clergy & church women to identify & respond to violent family abuse of women.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Family; Violence; Spouse abuse; Canada
  • Making the Sacred Safe: Woman Abuse and Communities of Faith.
    Nason-Clark, Nancy (2000)
    Sociology of Religion 61:4: 349-368. [Also in Nancy Nason-Clark and Mary Jo Neitz (eds.) Feminist Narratives and the Sociology of Religion. Walnut Creek, California: AltaMira, 2001, pp. 7-27]

    Associated Search Terms: Spouse abuse; Women; Family; Violence
  • Has the Silence been Shattered or Does a Holy Hush Still Prevail? Defining Violence Against Women within Christian Churches.
    Nason Clark, Nancy (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. 69-89.

    Examines responses by Protestant clergy to wife abuse; based on data collected in New Brunswick. How clergy conceptualize abuse influences their responses.

    Associated Search Terms: Constructionist theory; Clergy; Protestant, Canada; Spouse abuse; Canada, New Brunswick
  • Are There Religious Variations in Domestic Violence?
    Ellison, Christopher G., John P. Bartkowski, and Kristin L. Anderson (1999)
    Journal of Family Issues 20: 87-113.

    Associated Search Terms: Spouse abuse; Child abuse; Violence; Family
  • The Battered Wife: How Christians Confront Family Violence.
    Nason-Clark, Nancy (1999)
    Louisville, Kentucky: Westminster John Knox.

    Based on interviews of Canadian victims & pastors.

    Associated Search Terms: Canada; Clergy; Women; Violence; Spouse abuse
  • The Steeple or the Shelter? Family Violence and Church-and-state Relations in Contemporary Canada.
    Nason-Clark, Nancy (1999)
    In David Lyon and Marguerite van Die (eds.) Rethinking Church, State and Modernity in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 249-262.

    Associated Search Terms: Spouse abuse; State; Women; Canada; Violence; Family
  • The Evangelical Family is Sacred, but Is it Safe? Contemporary Christianity and Wife Abuse.
    Nason-Clark, Nancy (1998)
    In Catherine Clark Kroeger and James R. Beck (eds.) Healing the Hurting: Giving Hope and Help to Abused Women. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker, pp. 109-128.

    Associated Search Terms: Family; Evangelical; Spouse abuse; Women; Violence
  • Canadian Evangelical Church Women and the Fight to End Family Violence.
    Nason-Clark, Nancy (1998)
    In Madeleine Cousineau (ed.) Religion in a Changing Global Economy. Greenwich, Connecticut: Praeger, pp. 57-65.

    Associated Search Terms: Canada; Violence; Evangelical, Canada; Spouse abuse; Women
  • Partners or Protagonists? The Transition House Movement and Conservative Churches.
    Beaman-Hall, Lori, and Nancy Nason-Clark (1997)
    Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work 12: 176-196.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative; Social movement; Spouse abuse
  • Translating Spiritual Commitment into Service: The Response of Evangelical Women to Wife Abuse.
    Beaman-Hall, Lori, and Nancy Nason-Clark (1997)
    Canadian Women Studies 17: 58-61.

    Associated Search Terms: Spouse abuse; Evangelical; Activism; Women
  • Feminist Practice, Evangelical Worldview: The Response of Conservative Christian Women to Wife Abuse.
    Beaman-Hall, Lori (1996)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of New Brunswick. [DA 58:6 A, p. 2391]

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Violence; Spouse abuse; Evangelical
  • Religion and Violence Against Women: Exploring the Rhetoric and the Response of Evangelical Churches in Canada.
    Nason-Clark, Nancy (1996)
    Social Compass 43:4: 515-536.

    Reviews data on wife abuse in Canada; describes research into Evangelical Clergy responses to the problem & obstacles to adequate responses.

    Associated Search Terms: Spouse abuse; Family; Canada; Clergy; Evangelical, Canada
  • Conservative Protestants and Violence against Women: Exploring the Rhetoric and the Response.
    Nason-Clark, Nancy (1995)
    In Mary Jo Neitz and Marion Goldman (eds.) Sex, Lies and Sanctity: Religion and Deviance in Modern America. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI press, pp. 109-130.

    Conservative Protestant pastors sees domestic violence as a family problem rather than one of inequality & unrestrained male violence.

    Associated Search Terms: Violence; Conservative, U.S.A.; Women; Spouse abuse
  • Religious Involvement and Spousal Violence: The Canadian Case.
    Brinkerhoff, Merlin B., Elaine Grandin, and Eugen Lupri (1992)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 31:1: 15-31.

    Analyzes 1987 questionnaire data from married Canadian adults; shows little relationship between religion & spouse abuse.

    Associated Search Terms: Family; Canada; Spouse abuse
  • Religious Commitment, Peace Activism, and Marital Violence in Quaker Families.
    Brutz, Judith L., and Craig M. Allen (1986)
    Journal of Marriage and the Family 48:3: 491-502.

    Associated Search Terms: Spouse abuse; Peace/war; Conflict; Activism; Quaker; Family; Peace
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