1 - VOLUME 5 (2003) - ISSUE 9 (SUMMER)

The President’s Editorial

1 - PATRICK HUNOUT, DIDIER LE GALL & BRENT SHEA The Destruction of Society: Challenging the Modern Tryptique: Individualism, Hedonism, Consumerism

Gender Relationships

2 - Marcos AGUIAR DE SOUZA and Maria-Cristina FERREIRA Men-Women Role Expectations: Do they still overlap?

Impropriety and Human Relations in Today's Society

3 - Robin KOWALSKI The Escalation of Incivility in Western Culture

Malaise in Cultural Identity

4 - Pamela GELLER, Evelyn OROZCO, Ellen MOORE-BOOHAR and Adriana RESTREPO Multiethnicity: Its impact on Reference Benchmarks

Rise in Loneliness and Psychotropic Drug Use

5 - Philippe LE MOIGNE Psychotropic Drug Use: Toward a Medical Treatment of Isolation?

6 - Warren H. JONES and Lauriann HEBB The Experience of Loneliness: Objective and Subjective Factors

Sects and Religious Movements Gaining Ground

7 - Irving HEXHAM and Karla POEWE The Rise of Sects in the Western Countries: New Religions and Social Bond

Uprising Suicides

8 - Greg SCOTT, Frank DEANE and Joseph CIARROCHI The Increasing incidence of suicide: Economic Development, Individualism, and Social Integration

5 - VOLUME 5 (2003) - ISSUE 10 (WINTER)

The President’s Editorial

1 - Patrick HUNOUT & Brent SHEA The Decline of The West Revisited

Irrelevant Responses to the Crisis

2 - Bill DOHERTY and Patrick HUNOUT The Call for Therapists: Good Business for the Professionals, Bad Business for Society?

Loneliness in Today’s Society

3 - Daniel RUSSELL, Emily FLOM, Kelli GARDNER, Carolyn CUTRONA and Robert HESSLING Who Makes Friends over the Internet? Alternatives to Loneliness and Virtual Community

Malaise in Cultural Identity

4 - Anton SENEKAL, Willem SCHURINK and Emmerentie OLIPHANT Violence and Crime in a Multiethnic Context: A South-African Case Study

Sects and Religious Movements Gaining Ground part2

5 - Masachi OHSAWA Religion and Terrorism: The Aum Sect in Japan

The Comeback of Homelessness

6 - Evanthe SCHURINK Homeless People and Social Support: The Process of Becoming Homeless

Uprising Divorces

7 - Duncan CRAMER Rise in Divorce: The Weakening of Commitment

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