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Sandy Andron is an educational consultant. He was the director of a religious education high-school program in Miami, Florida, for twenty-five years[1]. He sits on the Editorial Review Board of the academic journal: Cultic Studies Review[2]. Andron received the Leo J. Ryan Award in 1988.[3]

Andron created a high-school curriculum entitled: Cultivating Cult-Evading, which was published in 1983[4]. Dr. Paul R. Martin cited the work in his 1993 book, Cult-Proofing Your Kids[5]. The work is also referenced by the group Jews for Judaism[6]. Andron has given seminars throughout the globe on the topic of "Cultivating Cult-Evading"[7]. Andron's article in G/C/T[8] entitled: "Our Gifted Teens and the Cults"[9] was cited by Hunter's article: "Adolescent Attraction to Cults", in the journal Adolescence[10].

Andron gave a lecture entitled "Magic and Mind Control", at the International Cultic Studies Association June 2006 conference in Denver, Colorado[11].

Publications

Books

  • Cultivating Cult-Evading: A Teacher's Guide, 1983., Central Agency for Jewish Education

Articles

Presentations

  • "Magic and Mind Control", ICSA Annual International Conference, Denver, Colorado, June 2006
  • "Approaches to Exit Counseling: Part I", Discussants: Sandy Andron; Carol Giambalvo, AFF Conference, October 2004, Understanding Cults, New Religious Movements, and Other Groups
  • "Anyone Can Be Fooled", Sandy Andron, Ed.D., June 14, 2002, AFF Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • Cults, Psychological Manipulation & Society, Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 1999[12]

References

  1. Andron, Sandy (bio), Cultic Studies Review, 2006. International Cultic Studies Association
  2. Editorial Board, Cultic Studies Review, International Cultic Studies Association, 2006.
  3. ICSA Annual International Conference, Conference Handbook, ICSA Annual International Conference, Denver, Colorado, June 22–24, 2006.
  4. Cultivating Cult-Evading: A Teacher's Guide, 1983., Central Agency for Jewish Education
  5. Paul R. Martin, Cult-Proofing Your Kids, 1993, Zondervan, ISBN 0-310-53761-4 , ISBN 978-0-310-53761-8 , Chapter 5.
  6. Speakers and Programs, Jews for Judaism, Jewish Spirituality, 2003., Baltimore, Maryland.
  7. Coalition for the Advancement of Jewish Education, 2006 Conference: "Jewish Literacy: A learned community and a community of elders", Duke University, Program.
  8. G/C/T, G/C/T Publishing Co., Mobile, Alabama, Template:ISSN,
    A magazine for parents and teachers of gifted, creative, and talented children published 5 times per year.[1]
  9. "Our Gifted Teens and the Cults.", Sandy Andron, G/C/T, n26 p32-33 Jan-Feb 1983
  10. "Adolescent Attraction to Cults", Adolescence, Eagan Hunter, Vol. 33, 1998
  11. "Magic and Mind Control", ICSA Annual International Conference, Denver, Colorado, June 2006, Conference Handbook
  12. Sandy Andron, profile, Cultic Studies Journal, 2005.

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