scapegoat mechanism

The Sex Offender as Scapegoat

WN: It was my longstanding friend and colleague Hugh Kirkegaard (currently (2018) and for some years Director of Chaplaincy, Correctional Services Canada) who inspired and co-authored this paper; and had worked closely in Toronto with Bobby Oatway. He arranged for CSC funding for us to attend the COV&R (Colloquium on Violence and Religion) Conference at Emory University, Atlanta in 1999, where we presented on what was turned into the paper below. It has been translated,…

The Sex Offender as Scapegoat

Vigilante Violence and a Faith Community Response by Hugh Kirkegaard & Wayne Northey It was my friend Hugh Kirkegaard who inspired this paper; had worked closely in Toronto (as Community Chaplain, Correctional Services of Canada (CSC) - now (2014) Director of Chaplaincy, Atlantic Region, CSC) with Bobby Oatway. He arranged for funding for us to attend the COV&R (Colloquium on Violence and Religion) conference at Emory University, Atlanta in 1999. It has been translated, published…

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