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Petherick, W. (2009). Cults. In W. Petherick & C. Ferguson (Eds.), Crime and deviance (pp. 135-166). Alaska, United States: Forensic Press LLC.
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Cults are a universal phenomenon, and can likely be found in some form in every country around the world. Haworth (1997) suggests that there are 500 cult groups operating in the UK and other parts of Europe, meaning that on a per capita basis, the problem is the same as in the USA. Langone (undated) suggests that cult educational organizations have compiled lists of more than 2,000 groups with perhaps 1,000 of these groups actually meeting the criteria of cults, Furthermore, as an indication of their global nature, he suggests that grassroots cult educational organizations exist in more than 15 countries (with these organizations arising to deal with the cult problem).
Wayne Petherick. "Cults" Crime and deviance (1st ed). Ed. W. Petherick & C. Ferguson. Alaska, United States: Forensic Press, LLC, 2009. 135-166.
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