Cultic Studies Review

Some articles on studies, review, cultic studies, cultic studies review:

University Of Basel - Organization - Faculties
... institutions Europainstitut Jewish Studies Mensch-Gesellschaft-Umwelt (MGU) Centre for African Studies Basel (ZASB) Kulturmanagement Gender Studies Associated institutes Swiss Tropical Institute Friedrich ...
Arthur A. Dole - Publications - Book Reviews
... Review, Recovery from Cults Help for Victims of Psychological and Spiritual Abuse, Cultic Studies Journal, Vol. 2, 1993 Review, Misunderstanding Cults Searching for Objectivity in a Controversial Field, Cultic Studies Review, Vol. 2, 2002 Review, The Rise and Fall of Synanon A California Utopia, Cultic Studies Review, Vol ...
Meta-analysis - Pitfalls
... A meta-analysis of several small studies does not predict the results of a single large study, especially in a field like medicine where results are ... A good meta-analysis of badly designed studies will still result in bad statistics, according to Robert Slavin ... has argued that only methodologically sound studies should be included in a meta-analysis, a practice he calls 'best evidence synthesis' ...
Stephen A. Kent - Works
... A Psychosexual Historical Study of the Children of God's Leader, David Berg, Cultic Studies Journal Volume 11 No ... The Creation of 'Religious' Scientology, Religious Studies and Theology, 18 No ... Cultic Studies Review 1 No.3, 2002 ...

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