ICSA Today (IT) serves members of the International Cultic Studies Association (ICSA) by providing information that enhances understanding of all aspects of the cult phenomenon, including how groups function, how they affect members, techniques of influence, dealing with harmful effects, educational and legal implications, and other subjects.
IT issues may include:
practical articles for former members, families
,helping professionals, researchers, and others
reports on research
summaries of news reports on groups
information on books, articles, links
information on ICSA members
biographical profiles on selected members
short stories and other literary articles
special reports from correspondents around the world
ICSA Today is published three times a year. Regular ICSA members receive the print edition of ICSA Today and have access to its Web edition. Students and other special members gain access to the online edition only. Nonmember print subscriptions are available.
ISSN 2154-820X ICSA Today (Print)
ISSN 2154-8218 ICSA Today (Online)
The views expressed in ICSA Today are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of ICSA Today’s editors or editorial boards or of ICSA’s directors, advisers or staff. Groups analyzed or mentioned in ICSA Today are not necessarily cults, nor are they necessarily harmful.