Cults, Terror, and Mind Control

Cults, Terror, and Mind Control

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Baker & Taylor
Demonstrates the similarities between the mind control techniques used by cults and the means employed by terrorist organizations to recruit and radicalize members, identifying the common denominator in the exploitation of the individual. Original.

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The growth of cults and terrorism are symptoms of alienation, marginalization, loss of identity and a need to belong among an increasing number of people around the world. Moreover, since 9/11 these issues are no longer niche issues but directly concern parents, religious, and community leaders. This book demonstrates the similarities between the mind control techniques used by cults and the means employed by terrorist organizations to recruit and radicalize members.

Publisher: Pt. Richmond, Calif. : Bay Tree Pub., [2009]
Copyright Date: ©2009
ISBN: 9780980175820
Branch Call Number: 153.853 ARON

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