Cults And New Religious Movements: A Reader
|Titel:||Cults And New Religious Movements: A Reader|
|Uitgever:||John Wiley And Sons Ltd|
|Plaats van publicatie:||03|
|Editor:||Dawson, Lorne L.|
|Afmetingen:||246 x 173 x 23|
"This is a valuable reader and one which deserves to become part of the landscape." Gerald Vinten, European Business School, London
"The book is very useful for students, scholars of different disciplines, and lay readers to get an idea of the scientific response to publicly debated issues about new religions. Furthermore, with bibliographies at the end of each article, it also provides an excellent starting point for further study." Marburg Journal of Religion
"The editor has collected a number of fine writings by leading authors, theorists and researchers in the field of NRMs. One find understandable and accessible essays by historians, sociologists and psychologists of religion and other scholars well known for their work on the subject and/or famous in their disciplines ... For readers interested in the phenomenon the book is very readable and can open up a new world – a balanced world without prejudice." Journal of Empirical Theology
Introduction: The Book and The Subject.
1. The Study of New Religious Movements:.
Eileen Barker, The Scientific Study Of Religion? You Must Be Joking!.
James A. Beckford, The Continuum Between "Cults" and "Normal" Religion.
2. The Nature of New Religious Movements:.
Roy Wallis, Three Types of New Religious Movement.
William Sins Bainbridge and Rodney Stark, Cult Formation: Three Compatible Models.
3. New Religious Movements in Historical and Social Context:.
Philip Jenkins, False Prophets And Deluded Subjects: The Nineteenth Century.
Robert Wuthnow, The New Spiritual Freedom.
4. Joining New Religious Movements:.
Lorne L. Dawson, Who Joins New Religious Movements And Why: Twenty Years Of Research And What Have We Learned?.
Saul Levine, The Joiners.
5. The Brainwashing Controversy:.
Margaret Thales Singer, The Process Of Brainwashing, Psychological Coercion, And Thought Reform.
James T. Richardson, A Critique Of Brainwashing Claims About New Religious Movements.
Thomas Robbins, Constructing Cultist Mind Control .
6. Violence and New Religious Movements:.
John R. Hall, The Apocalypse At Jonestown.
Jean–Francois Mayer, "Our Terrestrial Journey is Coming to an End": The Last Voyage of the Solar Temple.
7. Sex and Gender Issues and New Religious Movements:.
Elizabeth Puttick, Women In New Religious Movements.
Susan J. Palmer, Women s Cocoon Work In New Religious Movements: Sexual Experimentation And Feminine Rites Of Passage.
8. New Religious Movements and The Future:
Rodney Stark, Why Religious Movements Succeed Or Fail: A Revised General Model.
Lorne L. Dawson And Jenna Hennebry, New Religions And The Internet: Recruiting In A New Public.