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Barns rättigheter i religiösa sekter

Tagesson, Lisa LU (2011) MRSK30 20111
Human Rights Studies
Abstract
Religious communities or religious cults? Where do the first evolve into the other? The word cult has since the beginning of the movement had a negative sound, even though many people don't even know exactly what it is. We know what we read and hear from media, which sets the word cult in a certain negative mood. This is a thesis about religious cults and how children who are born into them get their human rights limited from their parents’ choice to participate in one. It is not rare that we get to see how children are getting used in different ways in religious cults, which is one of the most upsetting parts of them. The limitation of their human rights, especially religious rights, is my main area for this subject. This text will also,... (More)
Religious communities or religious cults? Where do the first evolve into the other? The word cult has since the beginning of the movement had a negative sound, even though many people don't even know exactly what it is. We know what we read and hear from media, which sets the word cult in a certain negative mood. This is a thesis about religious cults and how children who are born into them get their human rights limited from their parents’ choice to participate in one. It is not rare that we get to see how children are getting used in different ways in religious cults, which is one of the most upsetting parts of them. The limitation of their human rights, especially religious rights, is my main area for this subject. This text will also, as an important part of my main question, try to conclude the differences between normal religious movements and extreme religious cults. (Less)
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author
Tagesson, Lisa LU
supervisor
organization
course
MRSK30 20111
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
mänskliga rättigheter, cults, Children, human rights, religion
language
Swedish
id
2064521
date added to LUP
2011-09-29 15:53:40
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2014-09-04 08:27:53
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  abstract     = {Religious communities or religious cults? Where do the first evolve into the other? The word cult has since the beginning of the movement had a negative sound, even though many people don't even know exactly what it is. We know what we read and hear from media, which sets the word cult in a certain negative mood. This is a thesis about religious cults and how children who are born into them get their human rights limited from their parents’ choice to participate in one. It is not rare that we get to see how children are getting used in different ways in religious cults, which is one of the most upsetting parts of them. The limitation of their human rights, especially religious rights, is my main area for this subject. This text will also, as an important part of my main question, try to conclude the differences between normal religious movements and extreme religious cults.},
  author       = {Tagesson, Lisa},
  keyword      = {mänskliga rättigheter,cults,Children,human rights,religion},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Barns rättigheter i religiösa sekter},
  year         = {2011},
}