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Parapsychological Association
Published:
3/3/2021
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
64 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Science & Nature

This issue of is Part Two of a special double issue on "boundary work." These contributions explore further ways in which groups rhetorically organize themselves through a hierarchy of scientific credibility. This issue is dedicated to the late Erlendur Haraldsson, and his remarkable wide scope of research interests, as documented by PA Vice President Peter Mulacz, in an obituary that is both informative and sympathetic.

Genaro Camboim Lula performed an anthropological study comparing Brazilian interest in the paranormal to secular parapsychology in France. Christopher Senn dug into archives to link remote viewing with Pentecostalism and other religious and spiritual movements. Carlos Alvarado covered neglected bibliographies and historical research. Alexander Foe, Jake Glazier, and Renaud Evrard discuss the huge divisions between advocates and counter advocates of parapsychological research, and especially the opportunities to fill the gaps and encourage collaborations.

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