In Gods We Trust: New Patterns of Religious Pluralism in America (Paperback)
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In Gods We Trust: New Patterns of Religious Pluralism in America (Paperback)

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Paperback 338 Pages / Published: 30/01/1980
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Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
ISBN: 9780878557462
Number of pages: 338
Dimensions: 230 x 150 mm


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"The collaboration of Thomas Robbins, a sociologist, and Dick Anthony, a psychologist, resulted in a significant text on many facets of the religious cults that have appeared recently on the American scene. . . . The book, basically a reader, consists of eighteen articles by twenty-two contributors that are organized in five sections. . . . This is a good, comprehensive reader. . . . Many of the articles utilize a variety of research methods resulting in the distillation of statistical data. Other good features include a comprehensive bibliography, abundant annotation, and adequate identification of the individual authors. . . . Robbins and Anthony have structured a meaningful text that provides a deeper understanding of cults. It is a useful addition to the field of sociology and particularly to the study of sociology of religion, deviance, and social problems."

--Martin E. Danzig, Contemporary Sociology


"The collaboration of Thomas Robbins, a sociologist, and Dick Anthony, a psychologist, resulted in a significant text on many facets of the religious cults that have appeared recently on the American scene. . . . The book, basically a reader, consists of eighteen articles by twenty-two contributors that are organized in five sections. . . . This is a good, comprehensive reader. . . . Many of the articles utilize a variety of research methods resulting in the distillation of statistical data. Other good features include a comprehensive bibliography, abundant annotation, and adequate identification of the individual authors. . . . Robbins and Anthony have structured a meaningful text that provides a deeper understanding of cults. It is a useful addition to the field of sociology and particularly to the study of sociology of religion, deviance, and social problems."

--Martin E. Danzig, Contemporary Sociology


-The collaboration of Thomas Robbins, a sociologist, and Dick Anthony, a psychologist, resulted in a significant text on many facets of the religious cults that have appeared recently on the American scene. . . . The book, basically a reader, consists of eighteen articles by twenty-two contributors that are organized in five sections. . . . This is a good, comprehensive reader. . . . Many of the articles utilize a variety of research methods resulting in the distillation of statistical data. Other good features include a comprehensive bibliography, abundant annotation, and adequate identification of the individual authors. . . . Robbins and Anthony have structured a meaningful text that provides a deeper understanding of cults. It is a useful addition to the field of sociology and particularly to the study of sociology of religion, deviance, and social problems.-

--Martin E. Danzig, Contemporary Sociology

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