Snapping
Flo Conway, Jim Siegelman
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Snapping

America's Epidemic of Sudden Personality Change

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This edition was published in by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Written in English

254 pages

The escalating pattern of cult fanaticism and religious-political terror that the authors call a 'death spiral' seems to be widening. If we do nothing to understand and ultimately reverse that pattern, it will pull more and more innocent people into its vortex. Conway and Siegelman place cultic behavior in the wider context of the communication revolution of our time. Indeed, SNAPPING unfolds as a traveling detective investigation, they very capably trace and analyze the course of the phenomenon.

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Snapping: America's epidemic of sudden personality change
1995, Stillpoint Press
in English - 2nd ed.
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Snapping: America's Epidemic of Sudden Personality Change
December 1995, Stillpoint Press
Paperback in English - 2nd (December 1995/June 2005) edition
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Snapping: America's epidemic of sudden personality change
1982, Dell
in English
Cover of: Snapping
Snapping
October 15, 1979, Delta
in English
Cover of: Snapping
Snapping: America's epidemic of sudden personality change
1979, Dell
in English
Cover of: Snapping
Snapping : America's epidemic of sudden personality change
1979, Dell Pub. Co
Cover of: Snapping
Snapping: America's epidemic of sudden personality change
1978, Lippincott
in English - 1st ed.
Cover of: Snapping
Snapping: America's Epidemic of Sudden Personality Change
June 1978, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
in English

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Snapping

America's epidemic of sudden personality change

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The escalating pattern of cult fanaticism and religious-political terror that the authors call a 'death spiral' seems to be widening. If we do nothing to understand and ultimately reverse that pattern, it will pull more and more innocent people into its vortex. Conway and Siegelman place cultic behavior in the wider context of the communication revolution of our time. Indeed, SNAPPING unfolds as a traveling detective investigation, they very capably trace and analyze the course of the phenomenon.

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Dewey 155.2/5

Snapping

America's Epidemic of Sudden Personality Change

This edition was published in by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins


First Sentence

"SINCE THE SIXTIES, America and cultures worldwide have been gripped by an epidemic of sudden personality change."

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Open Library
OL7469354M
ISBN 10
0397012586
ISBN 13
9780397012589
OCLC/WorldCat
3844238
Library Thing
436081
Goodreads
3537125

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