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Abu-Ras, W., & Laird, L. (2011). How Muslim and Non-Muslim Chaplains Serve Muslim Patients? Does the Interfaith Chaplaincy Model have Room for Muslims’ Experiences? Journal of Religion and Health, 50(1), 46–61.

Ajouaou, M., & Bernts, T. (2015). Imams and Inmates: Is Islamic Prison Chaplaincy in the Netherlands a Case of Religious Adaptation or of Contextualization? International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 28(1), 51–65.

Allard, P., & Allard, J. (2009). Prison Chaplaincy, Restorative Justice, and Just.Equipping. Peace Review, 21(3), 330–338.

Ammar, N. H., Weaver, R. R., & Saxon, S. (2004). Muslims in Prison: A Case Study from Ohio State Prisons. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 48(4), 414–428.


Becci, I. (Forthcoming). La réintégration sociale après la détention: une analyse du rôle des appartenances religieuses ou spirituelle. Cahiers D’études Pénitentiaires et Criminologiques.

Becci, I. (2015). Institutional Resistance to Religious Diversity in Prisons: Comparative Reflections Based on Studies in Eastern Germany, Italy and Switzerland. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 28(1), 5–19.

Becci, I. (2013). Imprisoned Religion: Transformations of Religion during and after Imprisonment in Eastern Germany. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

Becci, I. (2011a). Religion’s Multiple Locations in Prison: Germany, Italy, Swiss. Archives Des Sciencies Sociales Des Religions, (153), 65–84.

Becci, I. (2011b). Tactiques religieuses dans les espaces carcéraux d’Allemagne de l’Est. Revue d’Histoire des Sciences Humaines, 23(2), 141–156.

Becci, I. (2011c). Trapped between in and out : the post-institutional liminality of ex-prisoners in East Berlin. Tsantsa, 2011(16), 90–99.

Becci, I. (2010a). The curious attraction of religion in East German prisons. In After pluralism: reimagining religious engagement (pp. 296–316). New York: Columbia University Press.

Becci, I. (2010b). The Rehabilitation of Ex-Offenders in Eastern Germany: A Religious-Secular Configuration. In E. Peperkamp & M. Rajtar, Religion and the Secular in Eastern Germany, 1945 to the Present (pp. 161–187). Leiden & Boston: BRILL.

Becci, I., Bovay, C., Kuhn, A., Schneuwly, M., Knobel, B., & Veuille, J. (2011). Enjeux sociologiques de la pluralité religieuse dans les prisons suisses. Presented at the NRP 58 Religions, the State and Society,.

Becci, I., & Knobel, B. (2014). La diversité religieuse en prison: entre modeles de regulation et emergence de zones grises (Suisse, Italie et Allemagne). In A. S. Lamine & N. Luca (Eds.), Quand le religieux fait conflit. Désaccords, négociations ou arrangements. (pp. 109-121) Paris: La Découverte.

Becci, I., & Schneuwly, P. (2012). Gendered Religion in Prison? Comparing Imprisoned Men and Women’s Expressed Religiosity in Switzerland. Women’s Studies, 41(6), 706–727.

Becci, I., & Willems, J. (2009). Gefängnisseelsorge in der sich wandelnden ostdeutschen Gesellschaft. Eine Analyse der kulturellen, theologischen und sozialen Spannungen. International Journal of Practical Theology, 13(1), 90–120.

Beckford, J. (2014). Rethinking religious pluralism. In G. Giordan & E. Pace (Eds.), Religious Pluralism.  Framing Religious Diversity in the Contemporary World (pp. 15–29). Heidelberg: Springer.

Beckford, J. A. (2013). Religious diversity in prisons: chaplaincy and contention. Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses, 1–16.

Beckford, J. (2012a). Public responses to religious diversity in Britain and France. In L. G. Beaman (Ed.), Reasonable Accommodation.  Managing Religious Diversity (pp. 109–138). Vancouver: UBC Press.Beckford, J. (2012b). Public religions and the post-secular: critical reflections. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 51(1), 1–19.

Beckford, J. A. (2011a). Les aumôneries de prison: une introduction au dossier. Archives Des Sciencies Sociales Des Religions, (153), 11–21.

Beckford, J. (2011b). Religion in prisons and in partnership with the state. In J. Barbalet, A. Possamai, & B. Turner (Eds.), Religion and the State. A Comparative Sociology. London: Anthem Press.

Beckford, J. (2010a). The uses of religion in public institutions : the case of prisons. In A. Molendijk, J. Beaumont, & C. Jedan (Eds.), Exploring the postsecular : the religious, the political and the urban (pp. 381–401). Leiden: Brill.

Beckford, J. (2010b). The return of public religion?  A critical assessment of a popular claim. Nordic Journal of Religion and Society, 23(2), 121–136.

Beckford, J.(2010c). From religious heritage to conversion in prison. In I. Borowik (Ed.), Religions and Identities in Transition (pp. 32–49). Krakow: Nomos.

Beckford, J. A. (2009). Power and the reification of “religion” in prisons. In Religion and Diversity Project. University of Ottawa.

Beckford, J. A. (2007). Prison Chaplaincy in England and Wales–from Anglican Brokerage to a Multi-faith Approach. Democracy and Human Rights in Multicultural Societies, 267.

Beckford, J. A. (2005). Muslims in the Prisons of Britain and France. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 13(3), 287–297.

Beckford, J. A. (2001). Doing Time: Space, Time Religious Diversity and the Sacred in Prisons. International Review of sociology/Revue Internationale de Sociologie, 11(3), 371–382.

Beckford, J. A. (1999a). Rational Choice Theory and prison chaplaincy: the chaplain’s dilemma. The British Journal of Sociology, 50(4), 671–685.

Beckford, J. A. (1999b). Social Justice and Religion in Prison: The Case of England and Wales. Social Justice Research, 12(4), 315–322.

Beckford, J. A. (1999c). The Management of Religious Diversity in England and Wales with Special Reference to Prison Chaplaincy. International Journal on Multicultural Societies, 1(2).

Beckford, J. A. (1998). Ethnic and religious diversity among prisoners: The politics of prison chaplaincy. Social Compass, 45(2), 265–277.

Beckford, J. A., & Cairns, I. C. M. (2015). Muslim prison chaplains in Canada and Britain. The Sociological Review, 63(1), 36–56.

Beckford, J. A., & Gilliat, S. (2005). Religion in Prison: “Equal Rites” in a Multi-Faith Society. Cambridge University Press.

Beckford, J. A., & Gilliat, S. (1999). Prison chaplaincy. Incarceration Humane and Inhumane’. Human Values and Health Care in British Prisons. London, The Nuffield Trust, 49–64.

Beckford, J. A., & Gilliat, S. (1995). The Church of England and other faith communities in a multi-faith society. World Faiths Encounter, 59.

Beckford, J. A., Joly, D., & Khosrokhavar, F. (Eds.). (2006). Muslims in Prison: Challenge and Change in Britain and France. Basingstoke England ; New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Benham Rennick, J. (2011). Canadian Military Chaplains: Bridging the Gap Between Alienation and Operational Effectiveness in a Pluralistic and Multicultural Context. Religion, State and Society, 39(1), 93–109.

Benham Rennick, J. (2009). Religion in the Canadian Military: Adapting to an Increasingly Pluralistic Society. Horizons, 10(2), 40–43.

Bermejo Higuera, J. C. (2005). El acompañamiento espiritual: Necesidades espirituales de la persona enferma. Labor Hospitalaria: Organización Y Pastoral de La Salud, (278), 21.

Bertossi, C., & Bowen, J. R. (2014). Practical Schemas, Conjunctures, and Social Locations. Laïcité in French Schools and Hospitals. In J. R. Bowen, C. Bertossi, J. W. Duyvendak, & M. L. Krook (Eds.), European States and their Muslim Citizens. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Blanco, M. R. (2009). Asistencia religiosa penitenciaria de las confesiones minoritarias con Acuerdo de cooperación, 183–207.


Cadge, W. (2014). Négocier les différences religieuses dans les organisations laïques : l’exemple des chapelles d’hôpitaux. Social Compass, 61(2), 178–194.

Cadge, W. (2013). Negotiating religious differences in secular organizations: The case of hospital chapels. In Bender, C, Cadge, W, Levitt, P, & Smilde, D (Eds.), Religion on the edge: De-centering and re-centering the sociology of religion (Oxford University Press.). New York.

Cadge, W. (2012). Paging god: Religion in the halls of medicine. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Cadge, W., & Fair, B. (2010). Religion, spirituality, health and medicine: Sociological intersections. In C. Byrd, A. Freemont, S. Timmermans, & P. Conrad (Eds.), Handbook of Medical Sociology (pp. 341–362). Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.

Cadge, W., Freese, J., & Christakis, N. A. (2008). The provision of hospital chaplaincy in the United States: A national overview. Southern Medical Journal, 101(6), 626–630.

Cadge, W., & Konieczny, M. E. (2014). “Hidden in Plain Sight”: The Significance of Religion and Spirituality in Secular Organizations. Sociology of Religion, 75(4), 551–563.

Cadge, W., & Sigalow, E. (2013). Negotiating Religious Differences: The Strategies of Interfaith Chaplains in Healthcare. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 52(1), 146–158.

Carey, L. B., & Davoren, R. P. (2008). Inter-faith pastoral care and the role of the health care chaplain. Scottish Journal of Healthcare Chaplaincy, 11(1), 21–32.

Chui, W. H., & Cheng, K. K. (2013). Self-Perceived Role and Function of Christian Prison Chaplains and Buddhist Volunteers in Hong Kong Prisons. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 57(2), 154–168.

Clear, T. R., Hardyman, P. L., Stout, B., Lucken, K., & Dammer, H. R. (2000). The Value of Religion in Prison: An Inmate Perspective. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 16(1), 53–74.

Clear, T. R., & Sumter, M. T. (2002). Prisoners, Prison, and Religion. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 35(3-4), 125–156.

Cobb, M. (2012). Transdisciplinary approaches to spiritual care: A chaplain’s perspective. Progress in Palliative Care, 20(2), 94–97.


Daaleman, T. P., Usher, B. M., Williams, S. W., Rawlings, J., & Hanson, L. C. (2008). An exploratory study of spiritual care at the end of life. The Annals of Family Medicine, 6(5), 406–411.

Da Costa, N. (2011). El fenómeno de la laicidad como elemento identitario: el caso uruguayo. Civitas – Revista de Ciências Sociais, 11(2), 207–220.

Dammer, H. R. (2002). The Reasons for Religious Involvement in the Correctional Environment. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 35(3-4), 35–58.

De Galembert, C., & Rostaing, C. (2014). Ce que les droits fondamentaux changent à la prison. Présentation du dossier. Droit et société, 87(2), 291–302.

Dix-Richardson, F. (2002). Resistance to Conversion to Islam Among African American Women Inmates. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 35(3-4), 107–124.

Dix-Richardson, F., & Close, B. R. (2002). Intersections of Race, Religion, and Inmate Culture. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 35(3-4), 87–106.



Engelhardt, H. T. (2003). The dechristianization of Christian hospital chaplaincy: Some bioethics reflections on professionalization, ecumenization, and secularization. Christian Bioethics, 9(1), 139–160.

Erzen, T. (2008). Religious literacy in the faith-based prison. Journal of the Modern Language Association of America, 123(3), 659–664


Fabretti, V. (2015). Dealing with religious differences in Italian Prisons: relationships between institutions and communities from misrecognition to mutial trasformation. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 28(1), 21–35.

Fernández Arruty, J. Á. (1996). La asistencia religiosa en los centros hospitalarios públicos en España. Dereito:Revista Xurídica Da Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 5(1), 71–84.

Fernández Mostaza, E., García-Romeral, G., & Fons, C. (2009). Navigating Religious Boundaries at School: From Legitimate to Specious Religious Questions. Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies. MJES, 14(1), 69–90.

Furseth, I. (2003). Secularization and the role of religion in state institutions. Social Compass, 50(2), 191–202.

Furseth, I. (2001). Muslims in Norwegian Prisons and the Defence. Trondheim: Tapir Akademisk Forlag.

Furseth, I. (2000). Religious Diversity in Prisons and in the Military: The Rights of Muslim Immigrants in Norwegian State Institutions. International Journal on Multicultural Societies, 2(1), 40–52.

Furseth, I., & Kühle, L. M. van der. (2011). Prison Chaplaincy from a Scandinavian perspective. Archives de Sciences Sociales Des Religions, (153), 123–141.


Gagnon, M. (2008). Old structures, new faces: The presence of Wicca and neopaganism in Canadian prison chaplaincies. In L. G. Beaman & P. Beyer (Eds.), Religion and Diversity in Canada (Vol. 16, pp. 149–173). Leiden: Brill.

Gallizo Llamas, Mercedes. (2009). Los derechos fundamentales de los presos. Especial referencia al derecho de libertad religiosa. Anuario de Derecho Eclesiástico Del Estado, 25, 91–108.

García Martínez, J. M. (2008). Funcionalidad psico-social de las creencias en prisión. Acciones E Investigaciones Sociales, (25), 171–200.

García Martínez, J. M. (2000). Sociología del hecho religioso en prisión. Salamanca: Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca.

García-Romeral, G., Griera, M., & Forteza, M. (2007). Gestión de la diversidad religiosa en el ámbito sanitario catalán. Inguruak, 43, 57–74.

Gilliat-Ray, S. (2011). “Being there” the experience of shadowing a British Muslim Hospital chaplain. Qualitative Research, 11(5), 469–486.

Gilliat-Ray, S. (2010a). From “Visiting Minister” to “Muslim Chaplain”: The Growth of Muslim Chaplaincy in Britain, 1970-2007. In E. Barker (Ed.), The Centrality of Religion in Social Life: Essays in Honour of James A. Beckford (pp. 145–157). Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

Gilliat-Ray, S. (2010b). Body-works and fieldwork: Research with British Muslim chaplains. Culture and Religion, 11(4), 413–432.

Gilliat-Ray, S. (2005a). From “chapel”to “prayer room”: The production, use, and politics of sacred space in public institutions. Culture and Religion, 6(2), 287–308.

Gilliat-Ray, S. (2005b). “Sacralising”Sacred Space in Public Institutions: A Case Study of the Prayer Space at the Millennium Dome. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 20(3), 357–372.

Gilliat-Ray, S. (2005c). The use of “sacred” space in public institutions: a case study of worship facilities at the Millennium Dome. Culture and Religion, 6(2), 281–302.

Gilliat-Ray, S. (2003). Nursing, professionalism, and spirituality. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 18(3), 335–349.

Gilliat-Ray, S. (2001). Sociological perspectives on the pastoral care of minority faiths in hospital. In Spirituality in Health Care Contexts (pp. 135–146). London: Jessica Kingsley.

Gilliat-Ray, S. (2000). Religion in Higher Education: The Politics of the Multi-faith Campus. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Gilliat-Ray, S., Ali, M., & Pattison, P. S. (2013). Understanding Muslim Chaplaincy. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

Gilliat-Ray, S., & Ali, M. (2012). Muslim Chaplains: working at the interface of “public” and “private”. In W. Ahmad & Z. Sardar (Eds.), Muslims in Britain: Making Social and Political Space. New York: Routledge.

Griera, M., & Clot, A. (2015). Banal is not trivial. Visibility, recognition and inequalities between religious groups in prison. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 30(1), 23–37.

Griera, M., & Martínez-Ariño, J. (2014). The Accommodation of Religious Diversity in Prisons and Hospitals in Spain. RECODE Workin Papers, (28), 1–13.

Gutiérrez, J. A., Jordán, J., & Trujillo, H. (2008). Prevención de la radicalización yihadista en las prisiones españolas. Situación actual, retos y disfunciones del sistema penitenciario. Prevención, 3(1), 1–12.


Hamilton, V. L., Daaleman, T. P., Williams, C. S., & Zimmerman, S. (2009). The Context of Religious and Spiritual Care at the End of Life in Long-term Care Facilities*. Sociology of Religion, 70(2), 179–195.

Hamza, D. R. (2007). On Models of Hospital Chaplaincies: Which One Works Best for the Muslim Community? Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 2(1), 65–79.

Hospital Chaplaincy Concil. (1987). A  handbook on hospital chaplaincy. (London).


Ibáñez, E. (2006, April). L’assistència religiosa i la llibertat de culte a les presons catalanes. Invesbreu, (32).


Jahn, S. (2014). Zur (Un-)Möglichkeit “islamischer Seelsorge” im deutschen Justizvollzug. Cibedo-Beiträge, (1), 20–25.

Jahn, S. (2013). Religiöses Feld im rechtlichen Raum: Religion im Strafvollzug. In P. Antes, A. Deppe, D. Fügmann, S. Führding, & A. Neumaier (Eds.), Konflikt – Integration – Religion. Religionswissenschaftliche Perspektiven (pp. 121–137). Göttingen: V&R unipress.

Jahn, S. (2011). Gefängnisseelsorge in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. In M. Klöcker & U. Tworuschka (Eds.), Handbuch der Religionen, Ergänzungslieferung (pp. 1–31).

Joly, D., & Beckford, J. (2006). “Race” Relations and Discrimination in Prison: The Case of Muslims in France and Britain. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 4(2), 1–30.


Kerley, K. R. (2014). Religious Faith in Correctional Contexts. FirstForumPress.

Kerley, K. R., Matthews, T. L., & Blanchard, T. C. (2005). Religiosity, Religious Participation, and Negative Prison Behaviors. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 44(4), 443–457.

Khosrokhavar, F. (2015). The Constrained Role of the Muslim Chaplain in French Prisons. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 28(1), 67–82.

Khosrokhavar, F. (2004). L’Islam dans les prisons. Paris: Jacob Duvernet.

Kinney, N. T. (2006). The Implications for Inmate Rights of the Voluntary Provision of Religious Services. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 17(2), 188–201.

Koenig, H. G. (2007). Spirituality in patient care. West Conshohocken: Templeton Foundation Press.

Koenig, H. G. (1995). Religion and older men in prison. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 10(3), 219–230.

Krainz, U. (2015). “Newcomer religions” as an organisational challenge: recognition of Islam in the Austrian armed forces. Religion, State and Society, 0(0), 1–14.

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Mantecón, J. (1996). La asistencia religiosa en el sistema penitenciario español. Anuario de Derecho Eclesiástico Del Estado, (12), 237–258.

Mansill, D. B. (2008). A civil and ecclesiastical union? The development of prison chaplaincy in Aotearoa-New Zealand (Thesis). Auckland University of Technology.

Marranci, G. (2011). Faith, Ideology and Fear: Muslim Identities Within and Beyond Prisons. A&C Black.

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Michalowski, I. (2009). Religiöse Diversität im Militär. Ein deutsch-amerikanischer Vergleich. Politische Bildung, 4, 62–75.

Michalowski, I. (2015). What is at stake when Muslims join the ranks? An international comparison of military chaplaincy. Religion, State and Society, 0(0), 1–18.

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Olmos Ortega, M. E. O. (1994). La asistencia religiosa. In Acuerdos del estado español con los judíos, musulmanes y protestantes (pp. 189–208). Salamanca: Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca.

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Orton, M. J. (2008). Transforming chaplaincy: the emergence of a healthcare pastoral care for a post-modern world. Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy, 15(2), 114–131.

Ozzano, L., & Giorgi, A. (2013). The Debate on the Crucifix in Public Spaces in Twenty-First Century Italy. Mediterranean Politics, 18(2), 259–275.


Pesut, B., & Reimer-Kirkham, S. (2010). Situated clinical encounters in the negotiation of religious and spiritual plurality: A critical ethnography. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 47(7), 815–825.

Pesut, B., Reimer-Kirkham, S., Sawatzky, R., Woodland, G., & Peverall, P. (2012). Hospitable Hospitals in a Diverse Society: From Chaplains to Spiritual Care Providers. Journal of Religion and Health, 51(3), 825–836.

Pettersson, P. (2014). Values and Religion in Transition: A Case Study of a Swedish Multicultural Public School. In I. Furseth, H. Vilaça, & E. Pace (Eds.), The Changing Soul of Europe: Religions and Migrations in Northern and Southern Europe (pp. 193–208). Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

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Puchalski, C. N. (2012). Spirituality as an essential domain of palliative care: Caring for the whole person. Progress in Palliative Care, 20(2), 63–65.


Quraishi, M. (2008). Researching Muslim Prisoners. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 11(5), 453–467.


Restrepo Zapata, D. Á., & Moreno Baptista, C. (2011). La conversión religiosa en los centros penitenciarios: el caso de “La Blanca” de Manizales. Virajes, (13), 237–255.

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Rostaing, C., Galembert, C. de, & Béraud, C. (2014). Des Dieux, des hommes et des objets en prison. Apports heuristiques d’une analyse de la religion par les objets. Champ pénal/Penal Field, 11.


Sarg, R., & Lamine, A. S. (2011). La religion en prison. Norme structurante, réhabilitation de soi, stratégie de résistance. Archives de Sciences Sociales Des Religions, 153, 85–104.

Sarhill, N., LeGrand, S., Islambouli, R., Davis, M. P., & Walsh, D. (2001). The terminally ill Muslim: Death and dying from the Muslim perspective. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 18(4), 251–255.

Schneider-Harpprecht, C. (2003). Hospital chaplaincy across denominational, cultural and religious borders: Observations from the German context. Christian Bioethics, 9(1), 91–107.

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Settoul, E. (2015). “You”re in the French army now!’ Institutionalising Islam in the republic’s army. Religion, State and Society, 0(0), 1–12.

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Spalek, B., & Wilson, D. (2001). Not just “visitors” to prisons: The experiences of imams who work inside the penal system. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 40(1), 03–13.

Sullivan, W. F. (2014). A Ministry of Presence: Chaplaincy, Spiritual Care, and the Law (1 edition.). Chicago ; London: University Of Chicago Press.


Thomas, J., & Zaitzow, B. H. (2006). Conning or conversion? The role of religion in prison coping. The Prison Journal, 86(2), 242–259.

Todd, A. (2015). Religion, Security, Rights, the Individual and Rates of Exchange: Religion in Negotiation with British Public Policy in Prisons and the Military. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 28(1), 37–50.

Todd, A. (2013). Military Chaplaincy in Contention. Explorations in Practical, Pastoral, and Empirical Theology. Burlington: Ashgate.

Todd, A. J. (2013). Preventing the “Neutral” Chaplain?: The Potential Impact of Anti-“Extremism” Policy on Prison Chaplaincy. Practical Theology, 6(2), 144–158.

Todd, A. (2011). Responding to Diversity: Chaplaincy in a Multi-Faith Context. In M. Threlfall-Holmes & M. Newitt (Eds.), Being a Chaplain (pp. 89–102). London: SPCK.

Todd, A., & Tipton, L. (2011). The role and contribution of a multi-faith prison chaplaincy to the contemporary prison service (Monograph).


Wright, M. C. (2001). Chaplaincy in hospice and hospital: findings from a survey in England and Wales. Palliative Medicine, 15(3), 229–242


Yardley, S., Walshe, C., & Parr, A. (2009). Improving training in spiritual care: a qualitative study exploring patient perceptions of professional educational requirements. Palliative Medicine, 23(7), 601–607.