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How do you know when you’re in a cult? The continuing influence of Peoples Temple and Jonestown in contemporary minority religions and popular culture

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NARMESH (Narrating the Mesh: Ecology and the Non-Human in Contemporary Fiction and Oral Storytelling)
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Religious studies

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Crockford, Susannah. 2018. “How Do You Know When You’re in a Cult? The Continuing Influence of Peoples Temple and Jonestown in Contemporary Minority Religions and Popular Culture.” Nova Religio-journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions 22 (2): 93–114.
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Crockford, S. (2018). How do you know when you’re in a cult? The continuing influence of Peoples Temple and Jonestown in contemporary minority religions and popular culture. NOVA RELIGIO-JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND EMERGENT RELIGIONS , 22(2), 93–114.
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Crockford S. How do you know when you’re in a cult? The continuing influence of Peoples Temple and Jonestown in contemporary minority religions and popular culture. NOVA RELIGIO-JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND EMERGENT RELIGIONS . University of California Press; 2018;22(2):93–114.
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Crockford, Susannah. “How Do You Know When You’re in a Cult? The Continuing Influence of Peoples Temple and Jonestown in Contemporary Minority Religions and Popular Culture.” NOVA RELIGIO-JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND EMERGENT RELIGIONS 22.2 (2018): 93–114. Print.
@article{8590073,
  author       = {Crockford, Susannah},
  issn         = {1092-6690},
  journal      = { NOVA RELIGIO-JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND EMERGENT RELIGIONS },
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {93--114},
  publisher    = {University of California Press},
  title        = {How do you know when you{\textquoteright}re in a cult? The continuing influence of Peoples Temple and Jonestown in contemporary minority religions and popular culture},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1525/nr.2018.22.2.93},
  volume       = {22},
  year         = {2018},
}

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