The New Heretics of France: Minority Religions, la République, and the Government-Sponsored "War on Sects"

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Appendix I
QUESTIONNAIRE REGARDING THE IMPACT
OF THE “SECTE” LABEL ON GROUPS LISTED
IN THE 1996 GUYARD REPORT
The purpose of this survey is to study the effects of anti-sect activity and legislation on the members of alternative spiritual/religious/philosophical/educational groups listed as “sectes” in the Guyard Report. This study is part of a three-year research project funded by the Canadian Federal Government’s SSHRC (Social Science in the Humanities Research Council). The results of this survey will be presented in 2002 at the CESNUR meeting in Salt Lake City, and at the Association for the Sociology of Religion (ASR) in Chicago, and published in the American journal, Nova Religio as a research note.Instructions: One copy only of this questionnaire should be filled in by the leaders, administrators or contact persons of each organization. If some of the questions are too detailed or require too much time to research the answers, you may skip those sections. Any information is appreciated. All the information in this questionnaire will remain confidential unless the specif c organization gives permission to Dr. Palmer to refer to their name and/or the name of their leader(s).
1. Name of Organization: Name of Founder (if applicable): Religious or philosophical tradition: Birth date: Date founded: Date established in France:
2. What cities in France have branches or centres of your organization?
3. Where is your main centre or headquarters in France?
4. How would you define your organization?
a. a church
b. a philosophy

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