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Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Anthony III, Eugene R.
Author's Email Address eugene.r.anthony@Vanderbilt.Edu
URN etd-04242007-161424
Title Gender-role socialization and its effects on batterers, victims, and military domestic violence: a military chaplain's approach to provide pastoral care, community action, and congregational outreach
Degree Master of Arts
Department Religion
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Barbara Jo McClure Committee Chair
James P. Byrd, Jr. Committee Co-Chair
Keywords
  • military domestic violence
  • gender socialization
  • pastoral care
Date of Defense 2007-03-28
Availability unrestricted
Abstract
This project is concerned with exploring how gender socialization affects males, females, and causes gender-conflict on masculinity. I apply a pastoral care approach for treating perpetrators of military domestic violence from my faith tradition, which is The United Methodist Church's doctrines and its resolutions. Throughout my research, I learned that pastors must actively preach from the pulpit about their church's stances on marital rape, battering, and the cycle of violence against women, while educating parents to be flexible with gender-role socialization. In this research, I suggest pastoral care techniques, for all faith based traditions, that will provide a congregational support network to help the victims and hold the perpetrators accountable for their actions.
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