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  • Denied Violence, Glorified Fighting. Spiritual Dicipline and Controversy in Ananda Marga.
    Voix, Raphaël (2008)
    Nova religio 12:1: 3-25.

    Based on international field work; notes the difference between official history and legend in Ananda Marga.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Violence; Ananda Marga
  • New Religious Movements and Mental Health.
    Kuner, Wolfgang (1983)
    In Eileen Barker (ed.) Of Gods and Men. New Religious Movements in the West. Macon, Georgia: Mercer University Press, pp. 255-263.

    Associated Search Terms: Children of God, Germany; Unification Church, Germany; Ananda Marga, Germany; Germany, West; Mental health
  • Soziogenese der Mitgliedschaft in drei Neuen Religiösen Bewegungen.
    Kuner, Wolfgang (1983)
    Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

    Applies an alienation scale & a life process scale to German members of the children of God, the Unification Church, & Ananda Marga.

    Associated Search Terms: Children of God, Germany; Unification Church, Germany; Ananda Marga, Germany; Germany, West; Alienation
  • Ursachen und Wirkungen gesellschaftlicher Verweigerung junger Menschen unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der
    Berger, Herbert, and Peter C. Hexel (1981)
    Vienna: European Center for Social Welfare and Research.

    Associated Search Terms: Unification Church, Germany; Scientology, Germany; World rejection; Germany; Youth; Ananda Marga, Germany; New religions; Divine Light Mission
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