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The Church of Scientology - Through a Fictocritical Lens

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Final research assessment for the subject Ideologies, beliefs and visions at the University of Technology, Sydney

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Scientology Church of Scientology Sea Org L. Ron Hubbard Auditing Scientology in Germany Project Chanology
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________________ Table of Contents Introduction ......................................................................................................................................... 3 Methodology ......................................................................................................................................... 5 Ideology: An Efficacious Force .......................................................................................................... 7 Globalisation: The Pervasive Phenomenon ...................................................................................... 9 Social Desirability Bias ...............................................................
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