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1. NA. (1988). Child sexual abuse: A rich context for thinking about God, community and ministry. Journal of Pastoral Care, XLII no.1, 58-61.

2. Nace, E. (1987). The treatment of Alcoholism. New York,NY: Brunner/Mazel Publishers.

3. Nace, E. P. (1995). Achievement and Addiction: A Guide to the Treatment of Professionals. New York, NY: Brunner/Mazel Publishers.

4. Nagayama-Hall, G. (1992). Inside the mind of a rapist. Psychology Today, 25(6), 12.

5. Nagayama Hall, G. C., & Proctor, W. C. (1987). Criminological predictors of recidivism in a sexual offender population. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, (55)1, 111-112.

6. Nakashima-Broch, R. (1991). Journey's by Heat, A Christology of Erotic Power. New York: Crossroads.

7. Nakken, C. (1988). The Addictive Personality. Hazelden.

8. Nakken, G. (1986). The Addictive Personality. Center City, MN: Hazelden Publications.

9. Nancy, E. (1989). Once I Was a Child and There Was Much Pain ... A Glimpse into the Soul of an Incest Survivor. Frog in Well.

10. Napier. (1990). Recreating Yourself. Norton.

11. Nasjleti, M. (1980). Suffering in silence: The male incest victim. Child Welfare, 49:5, 269-75.

12. Nason-Clark, N. (1983). "A Church Divided." In The Nicaragua Reader, ed. Peter Rosset and John Vandermeer. New York: Grove Press.

13. Nason-Clark, N. (1995). Conservative Protestants and violence against women: Exploring the rhetoric and the response. In, Mary Jo Neitz and Marion Goldman (eds.), Sex, Lies, and Sanctity Religion and Deviancy in Modern America. Greenwich: JAI Press.

14. Nason-Clark, N. (1996). Religion and violence against women: Exploring the rhetoric and the responses of evangelical churches in Canada. Social Compass, 43(4), 515-536.

15. Nason-Clark, N. (1997). Buddhists for Bill. Newsweek, 22, 28-29.

16. Nason-Clark, N. (1997). The Battered Wife: How Christians Confront Family Violence. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press.

17. Nason-Clark, N. (1998). Canadian evangelical church women and responses to family violence. In, Madeleine Copusineau (ed.), Religion in Changing Global Economy. Greenwich: Praeger.

18. Nason-Clark, N. (1999a). Shatterd silence or holy hush? Emerging definitions of violence against women in sacred and secular contexts. Journal of Family Ministry, 13(1), 39-56.

19. Nason-Clark, N. (1999b). Woman abuse and faith communities: Religion, violence and the provision of social welfare. In, Paul D. Nesbitt (ed.), Religion and Social Policy for the 21st Century. Walnut Creek: AltaMira Press.

20. Nason-Clark, N. (1999c). The steeple or the shelter? Family violence and secularization in contemporary Canada. In, David Lyon and Marguerite Van Die (eds.), Rethinking Church, State and Modernity: Canada Between Europe and the U.S.A. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

21. Nason-Clark, N. (1987). Ordaining Women as Priests: Religious vs Sexist Explanations for Clerical Attitudes. Sociological Analysis, 48:3, 259-273.

22. Nason-Clark, N. (1991). Broken trust: The case of Roman Catholic priests in Now Foundland charged with the sexual abuse of children. Pittsburgh,PA: Unpublished paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.

23. Nathan, D. (1992). Cry Incest. Playboy, 39,10, 84-88,162-164.

24. Nathan, S. (1995). Case studies in sex therapy. New York: Guilford Press.

25. Nathanson, D. (1994). Shame and pride: Affect, sex and the birth of the self. New York: WW Norton.

26. Nathanson, D. L. (1987). The many Faces of Shame. New York: The Guilford Press.

27. Nathanson, D. L. (1989). Understanding what is hidden: Shame in sexual abuse. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Vol 12, no. 2.

28. Nathanson, O. (1992). Shame and pride: Affect, sex and the birth of the self. New York: WW Norton.

29. National Children's Home. (1991). The Report of the Committee fo Inquiry Into Children and Young People Who Sexually Abuse Other Children. Central Office, London: N51UD: National Children's Home.

30. National Conference Catholic Bishops USA. (1995). Canonical Delicts Involving Sexual Misconduct and Dismissal From the Clerical State. Washington: Office for Publishing and Promotion Services.

31. National Conference of Catholic Bishops. (1981). The Program of Priestly Formation (Third Edition ed.). Washington,DC: Author.

32. National Conference of Catholic Bishops. (1982). Norms for Priestly Formation. Washington,DC: Author.

33. National Conference of Catholic Bishops. (1984). Spiritual Formation in the Catholic Seminary: A Report and A Study. Bishops' Committee on Priestly Life and Ministry.

34. National Conference of Catholic Bishops. (1990). Human Sexuality: A Catholic Perspective for Education and Lifelong Learning. Washington,DC: United States Catholic Conference.

35. National Conference of Catholic Bishops. (1993). Child sexual abuse: Think tank recommendations. Origins, 23:7, 108-111.

36. National Conference of Catholic Bishops. (1995). Canonical Delicts Involving Sexual Misconduct and Dismissal from the Clerical State.

37. National Council of State Boards of Nursing. (1998). Boards of nursing approve proposed language for an interstate compact for a mutual recognition model for nursing regulation. Communique, 1-4.

38. Naumburg, M. (1973). An Introduction to Art Therapy.

39. Naumburg, M. (1989). Dynamically Oriented Art Therapy: Its Principles and Practice.

40. Nauta, W. J. H., & Feirtag, M. (1986). Fundamental Neuroanatomy. New York: W.H. Freeman.

41. Nditch, S. (1993). Folklore and the Hebrew Bible (ix ed.). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

42. Neie, W. C. (1991). The Princess and Sorcerer: Recovering from Incest Through the Use of Fairy Tales and the Imagination. Sigo Press.

43. Neimark, J. (1995). It's magical. It's mystical. It's...memory. Psychology Today, 28, 28, 44-85.

44. Nelsen, H. M., & Rooney, J. F. (1982). Fire and brimstone, lager and pot: Religious involvement and substance abuse. Sociological Analysis, 43(3), 247-255.

45. Nelson, B. (1984). Making an Issue of Child Abuse. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

46. Nelson, J. (Ed.). (1976). Embodiment: An Approach to Sexuality and Christian Theology. Pilgrim Press.

47. Nelson, J. (1989). Needed: A Continuint Sexual Revolution. Sexual Ethics and the Church: After the Revolution, 63-64.

48. Nelson, J. (1996). Moral Nexus: Ethics OF Christian Identity And Community. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press.

49. Nelson, J. B. (1978). Embodiment: An Approach to Sexuality and Christian Theology. Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House.

50. Nelson, J. B. (1983). Between Two Gardens: Reflections on Sexuality and Religious Experience. New York: Pilgrim Press.

51. Nelson, J. B. (1988). The Intimate Connection: Male Sexuality, Masculine Spirituality. Philadelphia: Westminster Press.

52. Nelson, M. (1994). The Stronger Women Get, the More Men Love Football. New York: Avon Books.

53. Nelson, M. (2000). The Unburdened Heart. San Francisco: HarperCollins.

54. Nelson, R. D. (1993). Raising up a faithful priest: Community and priesthood in biblical theology (xii ed.). Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press.

55. Nestigen, S., & Lewis, L. (1990). Growing Beyond Abuse: A Workbook for Survivors of Sexual Exploitation or Childhood Sexual Abuse.

56. Nestingen, S., & Lewis, L. (1991). Growing Beyond Abuse. Minneapolis, MN: Omni Recovery, Inc.

57. Neuman, C. J. (1981). Differentiation between personality characteristics of rapists and child molesters: A validation study of the MCMI. Coral Gables,FL: Unpublished.

58. Neusner, J. (1994). Fortress introduction to American Judaism: what the books say, what the people do (xii ed.). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

59. Neusner, J. (Ed.). (1994). World Religions in America: An introduction (x ed.). Louisville: Westminster/Jacob Knox Press.

60. Newman, B. (1997). The use of online services to encourage exploration of egodystonic sexual interests. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 22, 45-48.

61. Newton, D. (1978). Homosexual behavior and child molestation: A review of the evidence. Adolescence, 13, 29-43.

62. Newton, J. (1991). The Abuse of Power: A theological Problem. Nashville: Abingdon Press.

63. Ney, P., & Peters, A. (1995). Ending The Cycle of Abuse: The Stories of Women Abused as Children and the Group Therapy Techniques that Helped Them Heal. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

64. Ney, P. G., & Peters, A. (1994). Ending The Cycle of Abuse: The Stories of Women Abused as Children and the Group Therapy Techniques that Helped Them Heal. New York,NY: Brunner/Mazel Publishers.

65. Ney, T. (Ed.). (1995). True and False Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse: Assessment and Case Management. New York, NY: Brunner/Mazel Publishers.

66. Nicarthy, G. (1986). Getting Free: A handbook for women in abusive relationships. Seattle: Seal Press.

67. Nicarthy, G., & Davidson, S. (1989). You can be Free: An Easy to Read Handbook for Abused Women. Seattle: Seal Press.

68. NiCarthy, G. (1982). Getting Free: You Can End Abuse and Take Back Your Life. Seattle, WA: Seal Press.

69. Nice, S., & Forest, R. (1990). Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Survivor's Guide for Men.

70. Nichols. (1992). Treating Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Prof Resource P.

71. Nickelson, D. (1997). Politics & policy. TelehealthNews, 1(4), 1-2.

72. Nickelson, D. (1998). Telehealth: Rural Medical reimbursement, reduced telecom rates and grant funding opportunities. Rural Health Bulletin, 4(1).

73. Nickelson, D. (1998). Telehealth and the evolving health care system: Strategic opportunities for professional psychology. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 29(6), 527-535.

74. Nicol, D. MacG. (1993). The last centuries of Byzantium (xv ed.). New York: Cambridge University Press.

75. Niebuhr, R. (1964). The Nature and Destiny of Man. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.

76. Nielsen, N. C. (1993). Fundamentalism, myths, and world religions (ix ed.). Albany: State University of New York Press.

77. Nielsen, T. (1983). Sexual abuse of boys. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 62.

78. Nielsen-Netratings. (2001). Nielsen-Netratings. http://www.nielsen-netratings.com/.

79. Nieves, E. (1999). Privacy questions raised in cases of syphilis linked to chat room. The New York Times, 1.

80. Nigosian, S. A. (1993). The Zoroastian Faith: tradition and modern research (xii ed.). Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.

81. Noddings, N. (1984). Caring. Berkeley: University of California Press.

82. Noll, M. A., Bebbington, D. W., & Rawlyk, G. A. (1994). Evangelicalism: Comparative studies of popular Protestantism in North America, the British Isles, and beyond, 1700-1990 (xv ed.). New York: Oxford University Press.

83. Noll, R. R. (1994). Christian ministerial priesthood:A search for its beginnings in the primary documents of the Apostolic Fathers (xv ed.). San Francisco: Catholic Scholars Press.

84. Noonan, J. T. (1970). The Morality of Abortion: Legal and Historical Perspectives. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.

85. Noonan, J. T. J. (1965). Contraception: A History of Its Treatment by the Catholic Theologians and Canonists. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, Belknap Press.

86. Nordland, R., & Bartholet, J. (2001, March 19). The web's dark secret. Newsweek, 44-51.

87. Norris, H. T. (1993). Islam in the Balkans: religion and society between Europe and the Arab world (xxii ed.). Columbia: University of South Carolina Press.

88. Norris, J. (1994). Alcohol and female sexuality: A look at expectancies and risks. Alcohol World, 18(3), 197-205.

89. Norwood, R. (1985). Women who love too much. Los Angeles: Tarcher.

90. Norwood, R. (1986). Women Who Love too Much. Los Angeles: Jeremy P. Tarcher.

91. Nouwen, H. (1969). Intimacy: Essays in Pastoral Psychology. San Francisco: Harper and Row.

92. Nouwen, H. (1975). Reaching Out, The Three Movements of the Spiritual Life. New York: Doubleday.

93. Nouwen, H. (1979). Clowning in Rome: Reflections on Solitude, Celibacy, Prayer, and Contemplation. New York: Doubleday.

94. Nouwen, H. (1981). Making All Things New. New York: Harper and Row.

95. Nouwen, H. (1983). Gracias! A Latin American Journal. San Francisco: Harper and Row.

96. Nouwen, H. (1987). Behold the Beauty of the Lord: Praying with Icons. Ave Maria Press: South Bend.

97. Nouwen, H. (1992). The Return of the Prodigal Son: A Meditation on Fathers, Brothers, and Sons. New York: Doubleday.

98. Nouwen, H. (1992). On Mourning and Dancing. The New Oxford Review.

99. Nouwen, H. J. M. (1972). The wounded healer. New York: Doubleday.

100. Noyce, G. (1988). Pastoral Ethics: Professional Responsibilities of the Clergy. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press.

101. Noyce, G. (1988). The Pastor is (Also) a Professional. Christian Century, 105, 976.

102. NSW Child Protection Council. (1994). Working with Child Sex Offenders. Sydney: NSW Child Protection Council.

103. Nuechterlein and Hahn. (1990). The Male-Female Church Staff. Washington, DC: The Alban Institute.

104. Nugent, & Gramick. (1992). Building Bridges: Gay and Lesbian Reality and the Catholic Church. Mt. Rainer, MD: Twent-Third Publications.

105. Nugent, & Gramick. (1995). Voices of Hope: A Collection of Positive Catholic Writings on Gay and Lesbian Issues. Mt. Rainer, MD: New Ways Ministry.

106. Nugent, C., Gill, J., & Plaut, M. (Eds.). (1996). Sexual exploitation: Strategies for prevention and intervention. Baltimore, MD: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

107. Nugent, R. (1983). A Challenge to Love: Gay and Lesbian Catholics in the Church. New York: Crossroad.

108. Nursing. (1974). Nursing ethics. Nursing , 4(9), 43-44.

109. Nussbaum, M. (1986). The Fragility of Goodness: Luck and Ethics in Greek Tragedy and Philosophy. New York: Cambridge University Press.

110. Nygren, D., & Ukeritis, M. D. (1993). The future of religious orders in the United States: transformation and commitment (xxvi ed.). Westport,CT: Praeger.

111. Nyman, A., & Borje, S. (1995). Boys: Sexual Abuse and Treatment. Stokholm: Radda Barnens Frolag.