"No matter what has been done wrong can always be redone right": spirituality in the lives of imprisoned battered women.

@article{Schneider2009NoMW,
  title={"No matter what has been done wrong can always be redone right": spirituality in the lives of imprisoned battered women.},
  author={Rachel Zimmer Schneider and Kathryn M. Feltey},
  journal={Violence against women},
  year={2009},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={
          443-59
        }
}
  • Rachel Zimmer Schneider, Kathryn M. Feltey
  • Published in Violence against women 2009
  • Medicine
  • In this article, the authors explore the religious and spiritual experiences and beliefs of incarcerated battered women who killed abusive intimate partners or (step)fathers. Through in-depth interviews with 12 imprisoned battered women, the authors examine the role that religion and spirituality played in the women's lives before and during their incarceration. Regardless of their religious upbringing, most had what they described as spiritual experiences during their time in prison. For them… CONTINUE READING

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