Integrating Ministry and Psychotherapy
CHAPTER 11 - Power and Clericalism
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Power and Clericalism
According to Lawrence, “power exercised through mundane practices that revolve significantly around the constitution of identity” is the type most closely linked with institutional control (op. cit., p. 176). I understand this to mean that an institution uses power to exercise control over the ordinary aspects of daily life that together build up a person’s sense of identity, and I will apply this to clerical life.
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