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Psychological Manipulation, cult groups, sects, and new religious movements

Cults and Psychological Abuse

Legal

Cults in court
Hoey, S.V. (1991), CSJ, 8(1), 61-79
Some rigors of our times – The first amendment and real life and death. One ACLU board member looks at Guyana, nazis, and pornography
Stender, F. (1987),  CSJ, 4(1), 1-17
A comment on Fay Stender’s "Some rigors of our times"
Driesen, G.B. (1987),  CSJ, 4(1), 18-20
A comment on Fay Stender’s "Some rigors of our times"
Georgiades, P.N. (1987), CSJ, 4(1), 21-24
Legal analysis of intent as a continuum emphasizing social context of volition
Rosedale, H.L. (1989), CSJ, 6(1), 25-31
Litigating the cult-related child custody case
Kandel, R.F. (1988), CSJ, 5(1), 122-131
Litigating child custody with religious cults
Greene, F. (1989),  CSJ 6(1), 69-75
Prosecuting an ex-cult member’s undue influence suit
Levy, L. (1990), CSJ, 7(1), 15-25
Undue influence in contract and probate law
Nievod, A. (1993), CSJ 10(1), 1-18
Undue influence and written documents: Psychological aspects
Singer, M.T. (1993),  CSJ, 10(1), 19-32
Judgment by the Fukuoka (Japan) district court on the Unification Church
Fukuoka Court. (1995), CSJ, 12(1), 72-102
Cultic Studies Journal Reprints: Legal

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