Reveals how those seeking personal change in an intense community setting is susceptible to the lure of group influence. This book focuses on the author's analysis of one community in southern California, The Center for Feeling Therapy, which opened in 1971 as an offshoot of Arthur Janov's Primal Scream approach.
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Marybeth F. Ayella teaches sociology at St. Joseph's University.
2 The Center for Feeling Therapy
3 The Production of Feeling People
4 The Intensive
5 Careers as Feeling People
6 From Culture to Cult
7 Coping with Stigma: Rebuilding Lives
8 Recognizing Social Influences
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