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Sects, Cults and New Religions - 
      Carole M. Cusack
    
      Danielle Kirby

Sects, Cults and New Religions

Carole M. Cusack (Redaktør) ; Danielle Kirby (Redaktør)

There is a huge and ever-growing interest in New Religious Movements (NRMs), sects and cults, from Aum Shinrykyo to Waco to Falun Gong. This collection provides the historical and cultural contexts within which to view current trends. Les mer
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There is a huge and ever-growing interest in New Religious Movements (NRMs), sects and cults, from Aum Shinrykyo to Waco to Falun Gong. This collection provides the historical and cultural contexts within which to view current trends.
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Volume I: Emergence


1. Jamie Hubbard, 'Embarrassing Superstition, Doctrine, and the Study of New Religious Movements', Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 1998, 66, 1, 59-92.


2. T. Robbins and Phillip C. Lucas, 'From "Cults" to New Religions Movements: Coherence, Definition, and Conceptual Framing in the Study of New Religious Movements', in James A. Beckford and N. J. Demerath III (eds.), The Sage Handbook of the Sociology of Religion (Sage, 2007), pp. 227-47.


3. Anthony F. C. Wallace, 'Revitalization Movements', American Anthropologist, 1956, 58, 264-81.


4. Colin Campbell, 'The Cult, the Cultic Milieu and Secularization', A Sociological Yearbook of Religion in Britain 5 (1972), pp. 119-36.


5. Rodney Stark and William Sims Bainbridge, 'Cult Formation: Three Compatible Models', Sociological Analysis, 1979, 44, 4, 283-95.


6. Alan L. Berger, 'Hasidism and Moonism: Charisma in the Counterculture', Sociological Analysis, 1981, 41, 4, 375-90.


7. Doyle Paul Johnson, 'Dilemmas of Charismatic Leadership: The Case of the People's Temple', Sociological Analysis, 1979, 40, 4, 315-23.


8. Denis MacEoin, 'From Babism to Baha'ism: Problems of Militancy, Quietism, and Conflation in the Construction of a Religion', Religion, 1983, 13, 219-55.


9. Erica Baffelli and Ian Reader, 'Competing for the Apocalypse: Religious Rivalry and Millennial Transformations in a Japanese New Religion', International Journal for the Study of New Religions, 2011, 2, 1, 5-28.


10. H. Byron Earhart, 'Toward a Theory of the Formation of the Japanese New Religions: A Case Study of Gedatsu-Kai', History of Religions, 1980, 20, 1-2, 175-97.


11. Carole M. Cusack, 'The Church of All Worlds: Science Fiction, Environmentalism and a Holistic Pagan Vision', Invented Religions: Imagination, Fiction and Faith (Ashgate, 2010), pp. 53-82.


12. Mark W. Muesse, '"Religious Studies and Heaven's Gate": Making the Strange Familiar and the Familiar Strange', in George D. Chryssides (ed.), Heaven's Gate: Postmodernity and Popular Culture in a Suicide Group (Ashgate, 2011), pp. 53-6.


13. Eugene V. Gallagher, 'The Persistence of the Millennium: Branch Davidian Expectations of the End After Waco', Nova Religio, 2000, 3, 2, 303-19.


14. Herbert Berg, 'Mythmaking in the African-American Muslim Context: The Moorish Science Temple, the Nation of Islam, and the American Society of Muslims', Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 2005, 73, 3, 685-703.


15. Cynthia Eller, 'Relativizing the Patriarchy: The Sacred History of the Feminist Spirituality Movement', History of Religions, 1991, 30, 3, 279-95.


16. Colin Campbell, 'The Easternisation of the West', in Bryan Wilson and Jamie Cresswell (eds.), New Religious Movements: Challenge and Response (Routledge, 1999), pp. 35-48.


17. Mark Sedgwick, 'Neo-Sufism', in Olav Hammer and Mikael Rothstein (eds.), Cambridge Companion to New Religious Movements (Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 198-214.


18. R. H. Seager, 'Pluralism and the American Mainstream: The View from the World's Parliament of Religions', Harvard Theological Review, 1989, 82, 3, 301-24.


Volume II: Structures


19. Lorne L. Dawson, 'Who Joins New Religions and Why: Twenty Years of Research and What Have We Learned?', in Dawson (ed.), Cults and New Religions: A Reader (Blackwell, 2003), pp. 116-30.


20. John Lofland and Normon Skonovd, 'Conversion Motifs', Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 1981, 20, 4, 373-85.


21. Eugene V. Gallagher, 'A Religion Without Converts: Becoming a Neo-Pagan', Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 1994, 62, 3, 851-67.


22. Rodney Stark, 'Why Religious Movements Succeed or Fail: A Revised General Model', Journal of Contemporary Religion, 1996, 11, 133-46.


23. Mikael Rothstein, 'Hagiography and Text in the Aetherius Society: Aspects of The Social Construction of A Religious Leader', in Rothstein and Reender Kranenborg (eds.), New Religions in a Postmodern World (Aarhus University Press, 2003), pp. 165-93.


24. George D. Chryssides, 'How Prophecy Succeeds: The Jehovah's Witnesses and Prophetic Expectation', International Journal for the Study of New Religions, 2010, 1, 1, 27-48.


25. Alemseghed Kebede, 'Decentered Movements: The Case of the Structural and Preceptual Versatility of the Rastafari', Sociological Spectrum, 21, 2, 175-205.


26. Ray Kerkhove, 'Unstructured Networking in a Charisma-based New Religious Movement: The "Baba Lovers"', Australian Religion Studies Review, 2007, 20, 2, 159-74.


27. Larry D. Shinn, 'Who Gets to Define Religion? The Conversion/Brainwashing Controversy', Religion Studies Review, 1993, 19, 3, 195-207.


28. Colin Campbell, 'The Secret Religion of the Educated Classes', Sociological Analysis, 1978, 39, 2, 146-56.


29. Liselotte Frisk, 'The Satsang Network: A Growing Post-Osho Phenomenon', Nova Religio, 2002, 6, 1, 64-85.


30. Jean-Francois Mayer, 'Our Terrestrial Journey is Coming to an End: The Last Voyage of the Solar Temple', Nova Religio, 1999, 2, 2, 172-96.


31. James R. Lewis, 'Fit For the Devil: Towards an Understanding of "Conversion" to Satanism', International Journal for the Study of New Religions, 2010, 1, 1, 117-38.


32. Olav Hammer, 'New Age and the Discursive Construction of Community', Journal of Alternative Spiritualities and New Age Studies, 2005, 1, 1, 111-28.


33. R. Wallis, 'Three Types of New Religious Movement', in Lorne L. Dawson (ed.), Cults and New Religions: A Reader (Blackwell, 2003), pp. 36-58.


34. E. T. Ruben, 'Disaffiliation Among Scientologists: A Sociological Study of Post-Apostasy Behaviour and Attitudes', International Journal for the Study of New Religions, 2, 2, 201-24.


35. M. De Witte, 'Fans and Followers: Marketing Charisma, Making Religious Celebrity in Ghana', Australian Religion Studies Review, 2011, 24, 3, 231-53.


Volume III: Contexts


36. N. J. Demerath III, 'Secularization and Sacralization Deconstructed and Reconstructed', in James A. Beckford and Demerath III (eds.), Sage Handbook of the Sociology of Religion (Sage, 2007), pp. 57-80.


37. J. Gordon Melton, 'Perspective: Towards a Definition of New Religion', Nova Religio, 2004, 8, 1, 73-87.


38. T. Robbins, 'New Religions and Alternative Religions', Nova Religio, 2005, 8, 3, 104-11.


39. E. Barker, 'But is it a Genuine Religion?', in A. L. Griel and T. Robbins (eds.), Between Sacred and Secular: Research and Theory on Quasi-Religion (JAI Press, 1994), pp. 97-111.


40. Christopher Helland, 'Online Religion as Lived Religion: Methodological Issues in the Study of Religious Participation on the Internet', Heidelberg Journal of Religions on the Internet, 2005, 1, 1.


41. James A. Beckford, 'The Mass Media and New Religious Movements', ISKCON Communications Journal, 1994, 2, 2.


42. John A. Saliba, 'Religious Dimensions of UFO Phenomena', in James R. Lewis (ed.), The Gods Have Landed (SUNY Press, 1995), pp. 15-64.


43. Daniel Bell, 'The Return of the Sacred: the Argument about the Future of Religion', Zygon, 1978, 13, 3, 187-208.


44. Angela A. Aidala, 'Social Change, Gender Roles, and New Religious Movements', Sociological Analysis, 1985, 46, 3, 287-314.


45. Yves Lambert, 'Religion in Modernity as a New Axial Age: Secularization or New Religious Forms', Sociology of Religion, 1999, 60, 3, 303-33.


46. Antoine Faivre and Karen-Claire Voss, 'Western Esotericism and the Science of Religions', Numen, 1995, 42, 1, 48-77.


47. Christopher Partridge, 'Alternative Spiritualities, New Religions, and the Reenchantment of the West', in James R. Lewis (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of New Religious Movements (OUP, 2004), pp. 39-67.


48. Danielle Kirby, 'From Pulp Fiction to Revealed Text: A Study of the Role of the Text in the Otherkin Community', in Christopher Deacy and Elisabeth Arweck (eds.), Exploring Religion and the Sacred in a Media Age (Ashgate, 2009), pp. 141-54.


49. Hugh B. Urban, 'Fair Game: Secrecy, Security, and the Church of Scientology in Cold War America', Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 2006, 74, 356-89.


50. Bryan Wilson, 'Secularization: the Inherited Model', in Philip E. Hammond (ed.), The Sacred in a Secular Age (University of California Press, 1985), pp. 9-20.


51. Wouter Hanegraaff, '"And End History. And Go to the Stars": Terence McKenna and 2012', in Carole M. Cusack and Christopher Hartney (eds.), Religion and Retributive Logic: Essays in Honour of Professor Garry W. Trompf (Brill, 2010), pp. 291-312.


52. Ronald C. Keith and Zhiqiu Lin, 'The "Falun Gong Problem": Politics and the Struggle for the Rule of Law in China', The China Quarterly, 2003, 623-42.


53. Marat S. Shterin, 'New Religious Movements in Changing Russia', in Olav Hammer and Mikael Rothstein (eds.), Cambridge Companion to New Religious Movements (Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 286-302.


Volume IV: Relations


54. Amanda van Eck Duymaer van Twist, 'Children in New Religions: Contested Duties of Care', International Journal for the Study of New Religions, 2010, 1, 2, 183-206.


55. Kathinka Froystad, 'Roping Outsiders In: Invoking Science in Contemporary Spiritual Movements in India', Nova Religio, 2011, 14, 4, 77-98.


56. Janet L. Jacobs, 'Gender and Power in New Religious Movements: A Feminist Discourse on the Scientific Study of Religion', Religion, 1991, 21, 4, 345-56.


57. Meredith B. McGuire, 'Health and Healing in New Religious Movements', in David G. Bromley and Jeffery K. Hadden (eds.), Religion and the Social Order: The Handbook of Cults and Sects in America, Vol. 3 (1993), pp. 139-55.


58. Sanja Nilsson, 'Rebooting the Family: Organizational Change Within The Family International', International Journal for the Study of New Religions, 2011, 2, 2, 157-78.


59. Michael Barkun, 'Racist Apocalypse: Millennialism on the Far Right', American Studies, 1990, 31, 2, 121-40.


60. Ben Zeller, 'Food Practices, Culture, and Social Dynamics in the Hare Krishna Movement', in Carole M. Cusack and Alex Norman (eds.), Handbook of New Religions and Cultural Production (Brill, 2012), pp. 681-702.


61. James A. Beckford, 'Some Questions About the Relationship Between Scholars and the New Religious Movements', Sociological Analysis, 1983, 44, 3, 189-96.


62. Richard Wayne Lee, 'Strained Bedfellows: Pagans, New Agers, and "Starchy Humanists" in Unitarian Universalism', Sociology of Religion, 1995, 56, 4, 379-96.


63. Susan Jean Palmer, 'Women in the Raelian Movement: New Religious Experiments in Gender and Authority', in James R. Lewis (ed.), The Gods have Landed (SUNY Press, 1995), pp. 105-35.


64. Madsen, Michael, 'The Sanctification of Mormonism's Historical Geography', Geographies of Religions and Belief Systems, 2006, 1, 1, 51-73.


65. Sheila S. Walker, 'Everyday and Esoteric Reality in the Afro-Brazilian Candomble', History of Religions, 1990, 30, 2, 103-28.


66. J. Robbins, 'The Globalization of Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity', Annual Review of Anthropology, 2004, 33, 117-43.


67. A. I. Perez y Mena, 'Cuban Santeria, Haitian Vodun, Puerto Rican Spiritualism: A Multiculturalist Inquiry into Syncretism', Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 1998, 37, 1, 15-27.


68. S. Hoover, 'Media and the Imagination of Religion in Contemporary Global Culture', European Journal of Cultural Studies, 14, 6, 610-25.


69. S. C. Urlich, 'Evaluating the Charismatic Group Subud: Javanese Mysticism in the West', Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 2005, 9, 3, 161-72.


70. P. C. Lucas, 'Enfants Terribles: The Challenge of Sectarian Converts to Ethnic Orthodox Churches in the United States', Nova Religio, 2003, 7, 2, 5-23.