[Reading] ➺ Cults and New Religious Movements : A Reader By Lorne L. Dawson – Soaringeaglecasino.us

Cults and New Religious Movements : A ReaderReading Cults And New Religious Movements A Reader Author Lorne L Dawson Undercostruction.eu What Is A Cult Why Do They Emerge Who Joins Them And Why Do Tragedies Such As Waco And Jonestown Occur This Reader Brings Together The Voices Of Historians, Sociologists, And Psychologists Of Religion To Address These Key Questions About New Religious Movements Looks At Theoretical Explanations For Cults, Why People Join And What Happens When They Do.Brings Together The Best Work On Cults By Sociologists, Historians, And Psychologists Of Religion.A Broad Ranging, Balanced And Clearly Organized Collection Of Readings.Includes Coverage Of Topical Issues, Such As The Brainwashing Controversy, And Cults In Cyberspace.Section Introductions By The Editor Situate The Nature, Value, And Relevance Of The Selected Readings In Context Of Current Discussions.

[Reading] ➺ Cults and New Religious Movements : A Reader By Lorne L. Dawson – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Paperback
  • 297 pages
  • Cults and New Religious Movements : A Reader
  • Lorne L. Dawson
  • English
  • 04 June 2018
  • 9781405101813

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➺ Cults and New Religious Movements : A Reader By Lorne L. Dawson – Soaringeaglecasino.us


  1. says:

    Read it as course literature for a university course Some parts were great but most dragged on and wasn t, to be fair, neither interesting nor useful.


  2. says:

    I have two main complaints 1 The formatting stinks This book needs to be revised and republished, and not just because the collection of topics is somewhat lacking a book about cults should not at any point refer to them as cluts That s just silly 2 Regarding the collection of topics While I understand that brainwashing has been a controversy...


  3. says:

    This is a slightly dated but still helpful introduction to the topic It is a little over saturated with liberal American perspectives without being self aware of them or the cultural frames that inform methodologies It is helpful in addressing the ideological stagnation ...


  4. says:

    edited by Lorne Dawson

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