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Cult Research Assignment

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Researched how scientologists conform to Scientology, focusing on the main psychological principles in the cult such as gradual commitment, deindividuation etc. It was submitted on turnitin. I got 100% in my report.

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Religion Sociology of religion Scientology Anti-psychiatry L. Ron Hubbard David Miscavige Scientology and the Internet Scientology controversies Leah Remini
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Religion Sociology of religion Scientology Anti-psychiatry L. Ron Hubbard David Miscavige Scientology and the Internet Scientology controversies Leah Remini
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The cult has been active since its foundation in 1952, founded by Lafayette Ronald Hubbard (1911‐1986), an American science fiction writer [Scientology.org, 2017]. Their original headquarters was in Embassy Row, Washington where Hubbard established the original Founding Church in 1955. Later, in 1978 Hubbard bought a 500‐acre compound about 160 kilometres from Los Angeles, California known as the 'Gold Base' to use as the new headquarters to expand the developing “religion” [Telegraph UK, 2016]. Today, the heavily guarded compound consists of approximately 50 buildings surrounded by high fences topped with blades and is under surveillance of patrols, cameras and motion detectors. [Anderson, 2017]. After Hubbard’s death in 1986, former deputy, Davi...
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