'Cult commitment' from the perspective of former members: direct rewards of membership versus dependency inducing practices
Coates, Dominiek D.
The effect of new religious movement affiliation and disaffiliation on reflexivity and sense of self
'I'm now far healthier and better able to manage the challenges of life': the mediating role of new religious movement membership and exit
New religious movements as avenues for self-change and the development of increased emotional connectedness
Tensions between self and "others" in the making of the self: the role of childhood experiences in the development of reflexivity
Identity transitions and the project of the self: a symbolic interactionist exploration of life histories of former members of new religious movements
New religious movement membership and the importance of stable 'others' for the making of selves
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