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Your Guide for New Religious Movements Resources
Welcome to the New Religious Movements Research Guide.
This guide is a starting point for research in any Religious Studies course at Georgia State University. Simply click the TABS above to navigate to the appropriate section of the guide.
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Researching new religious movements : responses and redefinitions by
Call Number: BL980.G3 A79 2006
Location: Library North 5
The author "traces the path of scholarship of new religious movements, exploring the development of research in this growing field. She considers academic and media interventions on both sides, with special emphasis on the problems of objectivity inherent in terminologies of "sects," "abduction" and "brainwashing." Ideal for students and researchers, this much-needed book takes the debate over new religious movements to a newly sophisticated level." -- Description from Amazon.com
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