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  • Childhood Misfortune, Ultimate Redemption? A Stress Process--Life Course Analysis of Adult Born-Again Experiences.
    Schafer, Markus H. (2014)
    Sociology of Religion 75:1: 25-56.

    Analyzes 1995 questionnaire and 2004-06 follow-up questionnaire data (Midlife Development in the United States data). People broadly victimized as children are more likely than others to have a born-again experience.

    Associated Search Terms: Victimization; United States; Stress; Panel study; Life course; Born again experience; Conversion
  • Anglican Clergy as Victims of Routinized Violent Activities in Urban and Rural Localities.
    Downey, David, Jonathan Gabe, and Maria O'Beirne (2008)
    Sociology 42:1: 83-99.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy; Church of England; Violence; Great Britain; Urban/rural; Victim; Criminology
  • 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
  • Religious Faith and Victimization.
    Shupe, Anson D., Jr., and John M. Heinerman (1988)
    In James T. Richardson (ed.) Money and Power in the New Religions. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 407-433.

    Argues that the tight network of relationships among Mormons facilitated their being victimized.

    Associated Search Terms: Network; Mormon; Victimization
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