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The role of communications and information media long has been acknowledged as a key factor in religious controversy. Since the 1970s "cult wars," new religions scholars have focused considerable attention on how the media communicate, influence and frame public perception of new religious movements. In this article, I briefly survey ways in which constant changes in communications media and consumption require scholars to reassess interaction between the media and new religious movements.doi:10.1525/nr.2014.17.3.38 fatcat:mpmimrcrujavxkac7iewd2u5su