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(p. iii) The Oxford Handbook of New Religious Movements: Volume II

(p. iv) The Oxford Handbook of New Religious MovementsVolume II

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  • The following chapters appeared in somewhat different form in The Oxford Handbook
  • of New Religious Movements, copyright © 2004 by Oxford University Press, Inc.
  • “Psychology and New Religious Movements”
  • by John A. Saliba
  • “Legal Dimensions of New Religions”
  • by James T. Richardson
  • “Occulture and Everyday Enchantment”
  • by Chris Partridge (under the title “Alternative Spiritualities, New Religions,
  • and the Reenchantment of the West”)
  • “The North American Anti-Cult Movement”
  • by Anson Shupe
  • “The Mythic Dimensions of New Religious Movements: Function, Reality Construction, and Process”
  • by Diana Tumminia