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6. What is an example of world-rejecting NRM?
- People's temple
7. Out of the types of organisation, Cults are the least .....
8. What is an example of World-accommodating NRM?
9. Run by a bureaucratic hierachy of priests, more attractive to higher class, ideologically conservative and hold monopoly of the truth. I am a ......
10. CRITICISM - What does Wallis ingnore? ....... within an NRM
11. Who was the first person to try and identify the types of religious organisation?
- Danielle Hervieu-Leger
- Ernst Troeltsch
- Emile Durkheim
- Roy Wallis
12. What is an example of world-affirming NRM?
- The Moonies
- Children of God
13. Sects are
- Large groups who are hostile to wider society, expect a high level of commitment and draw their members from the poor
- Small, exclusive groups who are hostile to wider society, expect a high level of commitment and draw their members from the poor
- Small, exclusive groups who are hostile to wider society, expect a low level of commitment and draw their members from the rich
- Large groups who are welcoming to wider society, expect a high level of commitment and draw their members from the poor
14. What are the catergories in which Wallis places NRMs? World-rejecting, world-...... and world-.......
- Avoiding and accomodating
- Accommodating and affirming
- Defying and accepting
15. What do Stark and Bainbridge say Sects result from?
- Big Bang
16. What do denominations impose on their members?
- To become preachers
- Minor restrictions
- Repetitive worship
- Abandoning of society
17. When did New Religious Movements (NRMs) begin to develop?
18. What benefits do cults offer that contrast to sects?
19. How many MAIN types of organisations did he find?
20. What characteristics do Cults have?
- Small, individualistic and weak commitment
- Massive, exclusive and demanding
- Hostile, small and conservative