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The classical meaning of '''Cult''' may mean a small religious organization or community of devotees. However the contemporary usage designates an organization that deprives and shapes it's members' wills and individual identities.
 
The classical meaning of '''Cult''' may mean a small religious organization or community of devotees. However the contemporary usage designates an organization that deprives and shapes it's members' wills and individual identities.
   
See also: [[Cult]]
 
   
   
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* [[Gavin Parks]]. "The Death Cults": Media Treatment of “Failed” New Religious Movements." April 23, 2002. [http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/~reli238/Completed%20Final%20Paper.htm Full Text of the Paper]
 
* [[Gavin Parks]]. "The Death Cults": Media Treatment of “Failed” New Religious Movements." April 23, 2002. [http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/~reli238/Completed%20Final%20Paper.htm Full Text of the Paper]
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The classical meaning of Cult may mean a small religious organization or community of devotees. However the contemporary usage designates an organization that deprives and shapes it's members' wills and individual identities.



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