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“…Our caution stems from recent challenges to the accuracy and objectivity of some findings presented by a few field researchers who apparently were manipulated by the groups they examined. This manipulation involved cult members (who knew they were the subjects of studies) deliberately avoiding practices that might have painted them in an unfavorable light while at the same time presenting (sometimes rehearsed) information that gave favorable impressions to less-than-critical researchers (Balch & Langdon, 1998;Beit-Hallahmi, 2001;Kent & Krebs 1998a, 1998bLalich, 2001;Reader 2000; see also Ayella, 1990). 3 Court records are additional sources of information, especially because they usually contain information that is both favorable and unfavorable to particular groups.…”
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“…Our caution stems from recent challenges to the accuracy and objectivity of some findings presented by a few field researchers who apparently were manipulated by the groups they examined. This manipulation involved cult members (who knew they were the subjects of studies) deliberately avoiding practices that might have painted them in an unfavorable light while at the same time presenting (sometimes rehearsed) information that gave favorable impressions to less-than-critical researchers (Balch & Langdon, 1998;Beit-Hallahmi, 2001;Kent & Krebs 1998a, 1998bLalich, 2001;Reader 2000; see also Ayella, 1990). 3 Court records are additional sources of information, especially because they usually contain information that is both favorable and unfavorable to particular groups.…”
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“…He is right in regarding claims to normality in all suicide bombers as untenable, having statistics and logic on his side. This is reminiscent of claims about the absolute normality of all religious converts (Beit-Hallahmi 2001). Sympathetic views of terrorists (suicidal or not) in the literature may reflect Western guilt over colonialism and exploitation, which ended only when the colonial subjects resorted to effective violence.…”
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“…On the other hand, some attention has also been given to the potential for negative outcomes of religion with regards to mental health (Chatters 2000). Ano and Vasconcelles (2005) have found that when individuals use negative religious coping such as spiritual discontentment, anger towards God, passive religious deferral, reappraisal of God's powers and perceived punishment from God, there is the potential for negative emotional adjustment and could result in psychopathology, lack of integration of the individual's personality and lack of reflective insight (Beit-Hallahmi 2001).…”
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