Archives par mot-clé : bibliography

Mouvement Rajneesh: Une bibliographie scientifique

  • C. Basnet, The Way of Neo-Sannyas: Sociological Perspective on a New Religious Movement in Nepal, Udaya Books, Kathmandu, 2002.
  • S. Bhattacharja, Rajneesh: Sa doctrine, ses pensées et son mouvement orange: Etude analytique, C. Caillat, Univrsité de la Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris III, Paris, 1988, 181 p.
  • L. F. Carter, “The ‘New Renunciates’ of the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh: Observations and Identification of Problems of Interpreting New Religious Movements” in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.26, n°2, 1987, pp.148-172.
  • L. F. Carter, Charisma and Control in Rajneesh-Puram: The Role of Shared Values in the Creation of a Community, Cambridge University Press, New York, 2010.
  • B. Driel (van) et al., “The Downfall of Rajneeshpuram in the Print Media: A Cross-National Study” in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.29, n°1, 1990, pp.76-91.
  • M. S. Goldman, “From Promiscuity to Celibacy: Women and Sexual Regulation at Rajneeshpuram” in Religion and The Social Order, vol.5, 1995.
  • M. S. Goldman, “Averting Apocalypse at Rajneeshpuram” in Sociology of Religion, vol.70, n°3, 2009, pp.311-327.
  • M. S. Goldman et al., “Enduring Affiliation and Gender Doctrine for Shiloh Sisters and Rajneesh Sannyasins” in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.38, n°2, 1999, pp.411-422.
  • J. S. Gordon, The Golden Guru. The Strange Journey of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, The Stephen Greene Press, Lexington, 1987.
  • A. Hydén, Passage to India: An Anthropological Study of Discipleship and Transcendence in the Bhagwan Movement, University of Lund, Lund, 1991, 151 p.
  • S. Kakar, “Childhood of a Spiritually Incorrect Guru: Osho” in Mad and Divine: Spirit and Psyche in the Modern World, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 2009.
  • C. A. Latkin, “The Self-Concept of Rajneeshpuram Commune Members” in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.29, n°1, 1990, pp.91-98.
  • C. A. Latkin, “From Device to Vice: Social Control and Intergroup Conflict at Rajneeshpuram” in Sociological Analysis, vol.52, n°4, 1991, pp.363-378.
  • C. A. Latkin, “Seeing Red: A Social-Psychological Analysis of the Rajneeshpuram Conflict” in Sociological Analysis, vol.53, n°3, 1992, pp.257-271.
  • C. A. Latkin, “Coping After the Fall: The Mental Health of Former Members of the Rajneeshpuram Commune” in The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, vol.3, 1993, pp.97-109.
  • C. A. Latkin et al., “Who Lives in Utopia? A Brief Research Report on the Rajneeshee Project” in Sociological Analysis, vol.48, n°1, 1987, pp.73-81.
  • C. A. Latkin et al., “Feelings after the Fall: Former Rajneeshpuram Commune Members’ Perceptions of and Affiliation with the Rajneeshee Movement” in Sociology of Religion, vol.55, n°1, 1994, pp.65-73.
  • W. E. Mann, The Quest for Total Bliss: A Psycho-Sociological Perspective on the Rajneesh Movement, Canadian Scholar’s Press, Toronto, 1991.
  • U. Mehta, Modern Godmen in India: A Sociological Appraisal, Popular Prakashan, Bombay, 1993.
  • S. J. Palmer, “Purity and Danger in the Rajneesh Foundation” in Update, vol.10, n°3, 1986, pp.18-29.
  • S. J. Palmer, “Charisma and Abdication: An Examination of the Spiritual Leadership of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh” in Sociological Analysis, vol.49, 1988, pp.119-135.
  • S. J. Palmer, “Rajneesh Women: Lovers and Leaders in a Utopian commune” in S. J. Palmer & A. Sharma (eds.), The Rajneesh Papers: Studies in a New Religious Movement, Motilal Barnassidass Publishers, Delhi, 1993, pp.103-135.
  • S. J. Palmer, “Women’s “Cocoon Work” in New Religious Movements: Sexual Experimentation and Feminine Rites of Passage” in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.32, n°4, 1993, pp.343-355.
  • S. J. Palmer, “Lovers and Leaders in the Rajneesh Movement” in Moon Sisters, Krishna Mothers, Rajneesh Lovers: Women’s Roles in New Religions, University of Syracuse Press, Syracuse, 1994, pp.44-72.
  • S. J. Palmer et al., “Therapy, Charisma and Social Control in the Rajneesh Movement” in Sociological Analysis, vol.53, n°1, 1992, pp.71-85.
  • S. J. Palmer et al. (eds.), The Rajneesh Papers: Studies in a New Religious Movement, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, Delhi, 1993.
  • R. Shay et al., “Better Red than Dead: Local Letters and the Rajneesh Movement” in Religion and The Social Order, vol.5, 1995.
  • J. Thompson et al., The Way of the Heart. The Rajneesh Movement, The Aquarian Press, Wellinborough, 1986.
  • H. B. Urban, “Zorba The Buddha: Capitalism, Charisma and the Cult of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh” in Religion, vol.26, n°2, 1996, pp.161-182.

Eglise de l’Unification: Une bibliographie “sciences religieuses”

  • E. Barker, “Living the Divine Principle: inside the Reverend Sun Myung Moon’s Unification Church in Britain”, in Archives des Sciences Sociales des Religions, vol.45, n°1, 1978, pp.75-93.
  • E. Barker, “The Ones who Got Away: People who Attend Unification Church workshops and Do not Become Moonies”, in Of Gods and Men: New Religious Movements in the West: Proceedings of the 1981 Annual Conference of the British Sociological Association, Sociology of Religion Study Group, Mercer University Press, Macon, 1983, pp.309-336.
  • E. Barker, The making of a Moonie: brainwashing or choice?, Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1984.
  • E. Barker, “Quo vadis? The Unification Church”, in D. G. Bromley & P. E. Hammond (eds.), The Future of New Religious Movements, Mercer University Press, Macon, 1987, pp.141-152.
  • E. Barker, “Defection from the Unification Church: some statistics and distinctions”, in D. G. Bromley (ed.), Falling from the Faith: Causes and Consequences of Religious Apostasy, Sage, Newbury Park, 1988, pp.166-184.
  • J. A. Beckford, “Through the Looking-Glass and Out the Other Side: Withdrawal From Rev. Moon’s Unification Church”, in Archives de de Sciences Sociales des Religions, vol.45, n°1, 1979, pp.95-116.
  • D. G. Bromley, “Economic structure and charismatic leadership in the Unification Church”, in J. T. Richardson (ed.), Money and Power in the New Religions, E. Mellen Press, Lewinston, 1988, pp.335-364.
  • D. G. Bromley, B. C. Busching & A. D. Shupe, “The Unification Church and the American family: Strain, Conflict, and Control”, in E. V. Barker (ed.), New Religious Movements: A Perspective for Understanding Socity, Edwin Mellen Press, New York/Toronto, 1982, pp.302-311.
  • D. G. Bromley & A. D. Shupe, The Moonies in America, Sage, Beverly Hills, 1979.
  • D. G. Bromley & A. D. Shupe, “Moonies” in America: Cult, Church, and Crusade, Sage, Beverly Hills, 1979.
  • D. G. Bromley, A. D. Shupe & J. C. Ventimiglia, “Atrocity Tales, the Unification Church and the Social Construction of Evil”, in Journal of Communication, vol.29, n°3, 1979, pp.42-53.
  • C. Edwards, “The Dynamics of Mass Conversion”, in Marriage & Family Review, vol.4, n°3/4, 1982, pp.31-40.
  • J. H. Grace, Sex and marriage in the Unification Movement: a sociological study, Edwin Mellon Press, New York, 1985.
  • A. P. Hampshire & J. A. Beckford, “Religious sects and the concept of deviance: the Moonies and the Mormons”, in The British Journal of Sociology, vol.34, n°2, 1983, pp.208-229.
  • I. L. Horowitz, “Symposium on scholarship and sponship”, in Sociological Analysis, vol.44, n°3, 1983, pp.177-225.
  • B. K. Kilbourne, “Equity or exploitation: the case of the Unification Church”, in Review of Religious Research, vol.28, n°2, 1986, pp.145-150.
  • J. Lofland, Doomsday Cult: A Study of Conversion, Proselytization, and Maintenance of Faith, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, 1966.
  • J. Lofland, “‘Becoming a World-Saver’ Revisited”, in American Behavioral Scientist, vol.20, n°6, 1977, pp.805-818.
  • J. Lofland, “Becoming a World-Savior Revisited”, in J. T. Richardson (ed.), Conversion Careers: In and Out of the New Religions, Sage, Thousand Oaks, 1978, pp.10-23.
  • J. Lofland, Doomsday Cult: A Study of Conversion, Proselytization, and Maintenance of Faith, Irvington Press, New York, 1981.
  • J. Lofland, “Social Movement Culture and the Unification Church”, in D. G. Bromley & P. E. Hammon (eds.), The Future of New Religious Movements, Mercer University Press, Macon, 1987, pp.91-108.
  • J. Lofland & R. Stark, “Becoming a World-Savior: A Theory of Conversion to a Deviant Perspective”, in American Sociological Review, vol.30, n°6, 1965, pp.862-875.
  • M. L. Mickler, A History of the Unification Church in the Bay Area 1960-1974, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley (CA/USA), 1980.
  • M. L. Mickler, “Future Prospects of the Unification Church”, in D. G. Bromley & P. E. Hammond (eds.), The Future of New Religious Movements, Mercer University Press, Macon, 1987, pp.175-186.
  • M. L. Mickler, The Unification Church in America: A Bibliography and Research Guide, Garland Pub., New York, 1987.
  • S. Palmer, “Sisters in the Unification Church”, in Moon Sisters, Krishna Mothers, Rajneesh Lovers: Women’s Roles in New Religions, University of Syracuse Press, Syracuse, 1994, pp.75-104.
  • A. S. Parsons, “Messianic Personalism: A Role Analysis of the Unification Church”, in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, n°25, 1986, pp.141-161.
  • A. S. Parsons, “The Secular Contribution to Religious Innovation: A Case Study of the Unification Church”, in Sociological Analysis, vol.50, n°3, 1989, pp.209-227.
  • H. W. Richardson, A Brief Outline of Unification Theology, Edwin Mellen Press, New York, 1978.
  • T. Robbins, “The Last Civil Religion: Reverend Moon and the Unification Church”, in Sociological Analysis, n°37, 1976, pp.111-125.
  • R. Robertson, “Scholarship, Sponsorship and ‘the Moonie problem'”, in Sociological Analysis, vol.49, n°2, 1985, pp.179-184.
  • M. Rothstein, “The Rites of Passage in Unification Church”, in Temenos, n°27, 1991, pp.61-81.
  • A. D. Shupe, “Vicissitudes of Public Legitamy for Religious Groups: A Comparison of the Unification and Roman Catholic Churches”, in Review of Religious Research, vol.39, n°2, 1997, pp.172-183.
  • A. D. Shupe, “Frame Alignment and Strategic Evolution in Social Movements: The Case of Sun Myung’s Unification Church”, in A. D. Shupe & B. Misztal (eds.), Religion, Mobilization and Social Action, Praeger, Westport, 1998, pp.197-215.
  • A. D. Shupe & D. G. Bromley, “The Moonies and the Anti-Cultists: Movement and Countermovement in Conflict”, in Sociological Analysis, vol.40, n°4, 1979, pp.325-334.
  • A. D. Shupe & D. G. Bromley, “Witches, Moonies, and Accusation of Evil”, in T. Robbins & D. Anthony (eds.), In Gods We Trust: New Patterns of Religious Pluralism in America, Transaction Pub., New Brunswick, 1981, pp.247-262.
  • A. D. Shupe & D. G. Bromley, “The Moonies and the Anti-Cultists: Movement and Counter-Movement in Conflict”, in J. K. Hadden & T. E. Long (eds.), Religion and Religiosity in America, Crossroad, New York, 1983, pp.70-83.
  • T. Solomon, “Integrating the ‘Moonie’ Experience: A Survey of Ex-Members of the Unification Church”, in T. Robbins & D. Anthony (eds.), In Gods We Trust: New Patterns of Religious Pluralism in America, Transaction Books, New Brunswick (NJ/USA), 1981, pp.275-294.
  • T. Solomon, “Programming and Deprogramming the Moonies: Social Psychology Applied”, in D. G. Bromley & J. T. Richardson (eds.), The Brainwashing/Deprogramming Controversy: Sociological, Psychological, Legal, and Historical Perspectives, Edwin Mellen Press, New York/Toronto, 1983, pp.275-294.
  • D. Taylor, “Becoming New People: The Recruitment of Young Americans into the Unification Church”, in R. Wallis (ed.), Millennialism and Charisma, The Queen’s University, Belfast, 1982.
  • D. Taylor, “Thought reform and the Unification Church”, in D. G. Bromley & J. T. Richardson (eds.), The Brainwashing/Deprogramming Controversy: Sociological, Psychological, Legal, and Historical Perspectives, Edwin Mellen Press, New York/Toronto, 1983, pp.73-90.
  • B. Wilson & K. Dobbelaere, “Unificationism – A Study of the Moonies in Belgium”, in British Journal of Sociology, n°38, 1987, pp.184-198.

Le Mouvement Raëlien: Une bibliographie scientifique

  • C. Le Tallec, “Les débuts du Mouvement Raëlien français”, in Les sectes ufologiques : 1950 – 1980, L’Harmattan, Paris, 2006.
  • A. Bouchard, “Mouvement Raëlien”, in Nouvel Age… Nouvelles Croyances, Paulines & Mediaspaul, Montréal, 1989.
  • A. Cathelin, Le mouvement Raëlien et son prophète: Approche sociologique complexe du Charisme, L’Harmattan, Paris, 2004.
  • J. Cherblanc, “Le Raëlisme: Folie ou religion?”, in B. Rigal-Cellard (dir.), Missions extrêmes en Amérique du Nord: des Jésuites à Raël, Pleine Page, Bordeaux, 2005, p.355-376.
  • J. Cherblanc, “Les nouvelles stratégies sociales du mouvement raëlien au Québec”, in Religiologiques, vol.22, 2000, p.131-150.
  • J. Cherblanc, Raël et son mouvement au Canada : L’accueil et le développement d’une secte soucoupiste française dans un pays étranger (1976-1999), Mémoire pour la maîtrise d’Histoire, Université Jean Moulin Lyon III, 1999.
  • E. V. Gallagher, “Extraterrestrial Exegesis: The Raëlian Movement as a Biblical Religion”, in Nova Religio, vol.14, n°2, 2010, p.14-33.
  • E. V. Gallagher “The Raëlians”, in The New Religious Movements Experience in America, Greenwood Press, Wesport, 2004, p.209-212.
  • S. Palmer, “The Raëlian Movement: A Challenge to Sexual Mores and Scientific Orthodoxy”, in The New Heretics of France: Minority Religions, la Republique, and the Government-Sponsored ”War on Sects”, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2011, p.83-110.
  • S. Palmer, Aliens Adored: Raël’s UFO Religion, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, 2004.
  • S. Palmer, “Playmates in the Raelian Movement”, in Moon Sisters, Kirshna Mothers, Rajneesh Lovers: Women in New Religions, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse/New York, 1998, p.157-187.
  • S. Palmer, “Women in the Raelian Movement: New religious experiments in gender and authority”, in J. R. Lewis (ed.), The Gods Have Landed: New Religions from Other Worlds, Suny Press, Albany, 1995, p.105-136.
  • S. Palmer, “The Raelian Movement International”, in R. Tower (ed.), New Religions and the New Europe, Aarhus University Press, Aarhus, 1995, p.194-210.
  • S. Palmer, “Woman as Playmate in the Raelian Movement: Power and Pantagamy in a New Religious Movement”, in Syzygy, n°1, 1992, p.227-245.
  • B. Sentes, S. Palmer, “Presumed Immanent: the Raëlians, UFO Religions, and the Postmodern Condition”, in Nova Religio, vol.4, n°1, 2000, p.86-105