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Eglise de Scientologie: Une bibliographie « sciences religieuses »

  • W. S. Bainbridge, « Science and Religion: The Case of Scientology », in D. G. Bromley & P. E. Hammond (eds.), The Future of New Religious Movements, Mercer University Press, Macon, 1987, pp.59-79.
  • W. S. Bainbridge & R. Stark, « Client and Audience Cults in America », in Sociological Analysis, vol.41, n°3, 1980, pp.199-214.
  • W. S. Bainbridge & R. Stark, « Scientology: To Be Perfectly Clear », in Sociological Analysis, vol.41, n°2, 1980, pp.128-136.
  • M. F. Bednarowski, « The Church of Scientology: Lightning Rod for Cultural Boundary Conflicts », in T. Miller (ed.), America’s Alternative Religions, State University of New York Press, Albany, 1995, pp.385-392.
  • B. Beit Hallahmi, « Scientology: Religion or Racket? », in Marburg: Journal of Religion, vol.8, n°1, 2003.
  • R. Chagnon, La Scientologie: Une religion de la puissance, Hurtubise HMH, Québec, 1985.
  • R. Chagnon, « Religion and Health, the Case of the Church of Scientology », in Social Compass, vol.34, n°4, 1987, pp.495-508.
  • R. Dericquebourg, « La Scientologie », in Religions de guérison: Antoinisme, Science Chrétienne, Scientologie, Paris, Cerf, 1988, pp.79-108.
  • C. Dernis, L’Église de Scientologie à travers le journal La Croix, Mémoire de Master 1 en Histoire contemporaine, sous la direction de R. Ladous, Université Jean Moulin – Lyon III, Lyon, 2009.
  • J. G. Foster, Enquiry into the Practice and Effets of Scientology, HMSO, London, 1971.
  • M. Frenschkowski, « L. Ron Hubbard and Scientology: An Annotated Survey of Primary and Selected Secondary Literature », in Marburg: Journal of Religion, vol.4, n°1, 1999.
  • S. A. Kent, « Scientology’s Relationship with Eastern Religious Traditions », in Journal of Contemporary Religion, vol.11, n°1, 1996, pp.21-36.
  • S. A. Kent, « The Creation of ‘Religious’ Scientology », in Religious Studies and Theology, vol.18, n°2, 1999, pp.97-126.
  • S. A. Kent, « The Globalization of Scientology: Influence, Control and Opposition in Transnational Markets », in Religion, n°29, 1999, pp.147-169.
  • S. A. Kent, « Scientology – Is This a Religion? », in Marburg: Journal of Religion, vol.4, n°1, 1999.
  • S. A. Kent, « Brainwashing Programs in The Family/Children of God and Scientology », in B. Zablocki & T. Robbins (eds.), Misunderstanding Cults: Searching for Objectivity in a Controversial Field, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2001, pp.349-378.
  • S. A. Kent, « The French and German versus American Debate Over ‘New Religions’, Scientology, and Human Rights », in Marburg: Journal of Religion, vol.6, n°1, 2001.
  • S. A. Kent, « Scientology and the European Human Rights Debate: A Reply to Leisa Goodman, J. Gordon Melton, and the European Rehabilitation Project Force Study », in Marburg: Journal of Religion, vol.8, n°1, 2003.
  • G. R. C. Kotzé, Report of the Commission of Inquiry into Scientology for 1972, Government Printer, Pretoria (South Africa), 1973.
  • J. R. Lewis, « Science, Technology, and Space Brothers », in Legitimating New Religions, Rutgers University Press, Rutgers, 2003, pp.89-95.
  • J. R. Lewis (ed.), Scientology, Oxford University Press, 2009.
  • G. Malko, Scientology: The Now Religion, Delacorte Press, New York, 1970.
  • T. Manca, « Alternative therapy, Dianetics and Scientology », in Marburg: Journal of Religion, vol.15, n°1, 2010.
  • J. G. Melton, The Church of Scientology, Signature Books/CESNUR, Salt Lake City, 2000.
  • M. Peckham, « New Dimensions of Social Movement/Countermovement Interaction: The Case of Scientology and Its Internet Critics », in The Canadian Journal of Sociology / Cahiers canadiens de sociologie, vol.23, n°4, 1998, pp.317-347.
  • M. W. Ross, « Effects of Membership in Scientology on Personality: An Exploratory Study », in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.27, n°4, 1988, pp.630-636.
  • B. Schön, « Framing Effects in the Coverage of Scientology versus Germany: some thoughts on the Role of Press and Scholars », in Marburg: Journal of Religion, vol.6, n°1, 2001.
  • B. Schön, « Framing Effects in the Coverage of Scientology versus Germany: Some Thoughts on the Role of Press and Scholars », in Marburg: Journal of Religion, vol.6, n°1, 2001.
  • R. Straus, « Scientology “Ethics”: Deviance, Identity and Social Control in a Cult-Like Social World », in Symbolic Interaction, vol.9, n°1, 1986, pp.67-82.
  • E. R. Tuxen, « Disaffiliation Among Scientologists: A Sociological Study of Post Apostasy Behaviour and Attitudes », in International Journal for the Study of New Religions, vol.2, n°2, 2011, pp.201-224.
  • H. B. Urban, « Fair Game: Secrecy, Security, and the Church of Scientology in Cold War America », in Journal of the American Academy of Religion, vol.74, n°2, 2006, pp.356-389.
  • H. B. Urban, The Church of Scientology: A History of a New Religion, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 2011.
  • H. B. Urban, « The Occult Roots of Scientology?: L. Ron Hubbard, Aleister Crowley, and the Origins of a Controversial New Religion « , in Nova Religio, vol.15, n°3, 2012, pp.91-116.
  • R. Wallis, « A Comparative Analysis of Problems and Processes of Change in Two Manipulationist Movements: Christian Church and Scientology », in Conférence Internationale de Sociologie Religieuse: The Contemporary Metamorphosis of religion?, Acte de la XIIè Conférence, The Hague, 1973, pp.407-422.
  • R. Wallis, « The sectarianism of Scientology », in M. Hill (ed.), A Sociological Yearbook of Religion n°6, SCM Press, London, 1973, pp.136-155.
  • R. Wallis, « Scientology: Therapeutic Cult to Religious Sect », in Sociology, vol.9, n°1, 1975, pp.89-99.
  • R. Wallis, « Societal Reactions to Scientology: A Study in the Sociology of Deviant Religion », in Sectarianism: Analyses of Religious and Non-Religious Sects, Owen, London, 1975, pp.86-116.
  • R. Wallis, The Road to Total Freedom: A Sociological Analysis of Scientology, Columbia University Press, New York, 1977.
  • R. Wallis, « Hostages to Fortune: Thoughts on the Future of Scientology and the Children of God », in D. G. Bromley & P. E. Hammond (eds.), The Future of New Religious Movements, Mercer University Press, Macon, 1987, pp.80-90.
  • H. Whitehead, « Reasonably Fantastic: Some Perspectives on Scientology, Science Fiction, and Occultism », in I. I. Zaretsky & M. P. Leone (eds.), Religious Movements in America, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1974, pp.547-587.
  • H. Whitehead, Renunciation and Reformulation: A Study of Conversion in an American Sect, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, 1987.