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Stephen de Weger

Stephen de Weger is a Masters (research) student in the Faculty of Law's School of Justice at Queensland University of Technology. He completed a BA at University of Queensland majoring in studies in religion, history and english, then went on to do his diploma in teaching. He was a teacher for 13 years during which he also completed a Graduate Certificate in Social Science at Uni. of Qld. He later hopes to complete a PhD dealing with vicarious trauma and secondary victims of clerical sexual misconduct, another seriously under-researched aspect of clerical abuse and its effects.
Knowing the unknowns of clerical sexual misconduct
Religion & Spirituality - 19/12/2013 - 4 comments

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