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Sikh Men Post 9/11: Visible Markers of Religion, Perceived Religious Discrimination, and Career Barriers
The attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 (9/11) stand out as a monumental event that is marked as a sad day in our society’s recent history and an even scarier reality of religious discrimination for Muslim Americans and “Arab...
Second chance: the paradox of felony convictions
Every year hundreds of thousands of individuals with felony convictions are released into the community with the expectation that those re-entering society will be “successful” upon re-entry. Society tells persons with ...
The roles of client religion, counselor religiosity, and spiritual competence in counselors' clinical judgment
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2011-07-15)
The present study explored the roles that clients' religious beliefs, therapists' spiritual/religious beliefs, and therapists' attitudes toward spirituality and religion may play in how therapists conceptualize a prospective ...