From Library Journal
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Fantastic book. Always known that humans are programmable if they are not wanting to be proactive and think..Published 16 days ago by S. Conway
Clear and simple in its approach to explaining the phenomenon of snapping. The qualitative research is quite rich and illustrated in an organized and easy to read format.Published 1 month ago by Jorge V.
I read the first edition of Snapping during the cult movement in America when it was published. The similarity between the cults and todays terrorists brain washing techniques... Read morePublished 3 months ago by strength builder
The old edition of this book was an inspiration to me when I was in college back in 1993, but today I revisited the new edition and did not find it so interesting. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Paul A. Houle
This is a scary book, and you need to approach it with the understanding that it covers some ground that is not always considered as "mainstream". Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sahndra
Powerful - chuck full of deep knowledge and helpful advice! The book is both frightening and informative at the same time. Read morePublished 6 months ago by David Edwards
This book has always made sense from it's first publishing and continues to explain the social changes occurring in the world. The updated version melds well with past research.Published 12 months ago by Diane Rockerhousen
So now a born-again Christian is considered to have 'snapped'? Isn't that the same type nonsense that the Soviets used to claim to justify locking Russian Christians into... Read morePublished 12 months ago by whatashoper1
I haven't quite finished it yet, but it goes into a lot of detail, & answers questions I have wondered about for some time.Published 18 months ago by Elizabeth M.