Shame to Community: Ethnography of Personal Violence Survival and Religious Experience
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Through a process of ethnography, I seek to make space for survivors to tell their own stories of finding voice, making meaning, and relating to community after experiences of interpersonal violence. As survivors and pastors speak on these issues, a critique of the church’s compliance along with a new sets of values and practices for inclusive community emerge.
DescriptionCertificate in Gender, Theology, and Ministry
CitationGraves, Jennifer (2008). Shame to Community: Ethnography of Personal Violence Survival and Religious Experience. Capstone paper, Duke University. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/679.
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