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“Sectes, épanouissement et sociologie” Entretien avec Henri Brouard et Raffael Robert

Invité par Henri Brouard dans son émission “Autopsie”, diffusée sur TrENSmissions la radio de l’École Normale Supérieure, j’ai eu l’opportunité de répondre à quelques unes de ses questions et de celles de son acolyte Raffael Robert, sur des aspects de ma thèse en cours sur les parcours “heureux” au sein de l’Eglise de Scientologie et du Mouvement Raëlien, en France, sur l’antisectarisme dans les médias et les stéréotypes qu’ils véhiculent. Le podcast “Sectes, épanouissement et sociologie” se trouve sur le site de la webradio (accessible à travers ce lien).

Eglise de Scientologie: Une bibliographie “sciences religieuses”

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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.