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- Sociology : Social science that studies human social behavior or social relations, social institutions and structures, demography, public opinion, social welfare, social psychology and some forms of political behavior, as well as the history of sociology.
- Popular culture : Commercialised folk culture that exists for the masses; opposite of high culture.
- Counterculture : Add brief definition or description
- Ritual abuse : Repeated physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual assaults, most often on children, combined with a systematic use of symbols, ceremonies, and machinations designed and orchestrated to attain malevolent effects
- Class enemy : Add brief definition or description
- Demagoguery : Using highly polarized speech, addressed to an "ingroup", to incite anger at an "alien" group, in order to gain political power with the ingroup
- Heresy : A deviation from a religious orthodoxy.
- Joseph Goebbels : German propaganda minister under Adolf Hitler; Gauleiter of Berlin (1929 - 1945)
- Inquisition : Add brief definition or description
- Joe McCarthy : (1908-1957) Republican United States Senator from Wisconsin, 1946-57 who dominated the anti-communist movement in the U.S., 1950-54, until his career was ruined by censure by the Senate.
- Newspeak : A fictional variant of the English language, from George Orwell's dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four.
- Paranoid personality disorder : a Behavioral disorder characterized by an exaggerated sensitivity to rejection, resentfulness, distrust, and an inclination to distort experiences and events
- Reefer Madness (film) : Add brief definition or description
- Satan : "A Biblical name for the devil."
- Scapegoat : Add brief definition or description
- Social conservatism : A political ideology that holds to a belief in following cultural tradition and traditional, often religious morality.
- Thought reform : Techniques, originally used to enforce conformity with political systems or to coerce confessions, that have been associated with ill-defined terms such as "brainwashing" and "mind control", although there is no evidence that total control, of which the subject is unaware, is possible
- Witch-hunt : a search for people believed to be witches, individuals allegedly possessing supernatural powers that can damage others.