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The Pastoral Care of the Anglican Clergy Today: a Matter of Low Self-Esteem?

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The 20-item low self-esteem scale proposed by the Eysenck Personality Profiler (EPP) was completed by 1,148 Anglican male clergy and 523 Anglican female clergy during their first year in ordained ministry. The data demonstrated that male clergy recorded higher scores on the index of low self-esteem than men in general. Female clergy also recorded higher scores on the index of low self-esteem than women in general. The low self-esteem recorded by both male and female Anglican clergy is discussed in the light of the marginalisation of the clerical profession within contemporary society.


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