The New Age Movement: Religion, Culture and Society in the Age of Postmodernity

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Wiley, Oct 21, 1996 - Social Science - 266 pages
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This work offers a sociological reading of the New Age Movement. There are many case studies and discussions of the various strands of New Age thinking which are interpretated in the light of both classical and contemporary social theory.

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I found this book to be difficult to understand. I didnít know much about New Age going into it and after reading this book for class, I feel like I still donít know much the New Age. I think in order ... Read full review

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wonderfully researched book.and hence really authoritative.....helped me immensely in my research regarding new age fiction

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About the author (1996)

Paul Heelas is Director of the Centre for Study of Cultural Values and Reader in Religion and Modernity in the Department of Religious Studies at Lancaster University.

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