Campus Chaplains: Cult Training and Perceptions

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This article examines the perception of 43 college chaplains across the United States with regard to cult training and perceptions of college and university cult activity.

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Elleven, Russell K.; Greenhaw, Kimberly J. & Allen, Jeff M. June 2004.

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This article examines the perception of 43 college chaplains across the United States with regard to cult training and perceptions of college and university cult activity.

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Abstract: This article examines the perception of 43 college chaplains across the United States with regard to cult training and perceptions of college and university cult activity. Campus chaplains are in a unique and challenging position on college campuses to assist students and confront cult issues. The results of the survey indicated that most campus chaplains have had surprisingly little formal training with regard to cultic groups and often perceive faculty, staff, and students as requiring additional education regarding cult issues on college campuses.

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  • College Student Journal, 2004. Mobile: Project Innovation (Organization), pp. 314-320

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  • Publication Title: College Student Journal
  • Page Start: 314
  • Page End: 320
  • Peer Reviewed: Yes

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Elleven, Russell K.; Greenhaw, Kimberly J. & Allen, Jeff M. Campus Chaplains: Cult Training and Perceptions, article, June 2004; [Mobile, Alabama]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc31080/: accessed September 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Information.