Clergy in UK Law

  • Who and What Affects the First Estate? An Analysis of Clergy Attitudes on Cultural and Economic Issues
    • Núm. 34-4, Diciembre 2014
    • Politics
    Since the 1980s, scholars have come to appreciate the role clergy have in shaping the political attitudes and behaviour of the faithful. Through their leadership in self-selecting religious context...
  • Mapping the everyday life information needs of catholic clergy: Savolainen’s ELIS model revisited
    • Núm. 72-3, Mayo 2016
    • Journal of Documentation
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to describe the pattern of everyday life information needs of a group of people in an area with limited access to information, and to investigate how the major...
  • White collar crime: vulnerable women, predatory clergymen
    • Núm. 4-4, Noviembre 2002
    • The Journal of Adult Protection
    • 23-33
    This paper examines themes that emerge from supporting adults who have been sexually violated by Church ministers and clergy. The author suggests that despite obstacles put in place by churches of ...
  • MONEY, SEX AND RELIGION: THE CASE OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND
    • Núm. 54-2, Mayo 2007
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    This empirical study addresses whether the gender of a minister has any effect on remuneration in the Church of Scotland in 2004. The data set merges three cross‐sectional sources, namely denominat...
    ......Moreover, conditional on eligibility, there is evidence that male clergy are more likely to receive this bonus. The data are unable to discriminate between demand and supply side explanations of these findings. I Intro ......
  • New on the Net
    • Núm. 13-5, Mayo 1995
    • The Electronic Library
    • 498-504
    CAM (Computerised AIDS Ministries Network) is a programme of the Health and Welfare Ministries Program Department, General Board of Global Ministries, of The United Methodist Church and is based in...
    ......You do not have to be a professional person em-ployed in the HIV field. You do not have to be ordained clergy. You do not have to be HIV positive. You do not have to be United Methodist. A broad range of persons with varied levels of information about HIV use ......
  • From “intrusive” and “excessive” to financially abusive? Charitable and religious fund-raising amongst vulnerable older people
    • Núm. 18-2, Abril 2016
    • The Journal of Adult Protection
    • 86-95
    Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to explore the nature of both charitable and religious fundraising amongst vulnerable older adults. It is a practice that is hidden and opaque. The circumsta...
    ......This practice opens opportunities for abusive relationships to take place. At the same time many clergyoperate like the single GP surgeries that allowed Shipman to practice unnoticed and unaccountable. Therelationship between clergy and their aging ......
  • Reframing financial abuse of parishioners: an analysis of a Church of England disciplinary tribunal hearing regarding Rev. Karl Wray
    • Núm. 22-2, Abril 2020
    • The Journal of Adult Protection
    • 93-102
    Purpose: Traditional understandings of financial abuse are limited to particular situations and people who have close access to vulnerable adults. This paper aims to add to a debate that intends to...
    .......Design/methodology/approach –Focusing on exploringthe minutes of Church of England disciplinarytribunals, held to provide accountability for clergy, this paper considers how the church seeks torepresentand construct the victims of financialabuse.Findings –The paper identifies that the victims ......
  • Implementation of the Article 13 Directives in Dutch Equal Treatment Legislation
    • Núm. 13-3, Septiembre 2006
    • Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law
    In the Netherlands, an elaborate legal system of legislative protection against discrimination has been in place since 1994. Partly with the aim of implementing the Article 13 Directives, two new s...
    ...... nce that the ETA does not apply to legal relations w ithin religious communities or ot her associations of a spiritua l nature, nor to the clergy. 18 In addition, pu rely interna l a airs of ‘closed’ associations, clubs and socie ties remain outside the scope of protection. 19 ......
  • Reports of Committees
    • Núm. 18-2, Marzo 1955
    • The Modern Law Review
    ......-a pro- vision almost certain to exclude the possibility of such a clerk’s being appointed, for even those few clergy who had been called to the Bar before ordination as a rule lack any such length of practical experience. ......
  • The Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize 2004 winner: Margaret Kennedy
    • Núm. 6-4, Diciembre 2004
    • The Journal of Adult Protection
    • 36-37
    ......) Limited The Journal of Adult Protection Volume 6 Issue 4 • December 2004Margaret Kennedy, a formidable campaigner against clergyabuse and advocate for disabled children, was awarded the2004 Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize on 28 November2004 at a ceremony hosted by Jenni Murray.The ......
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