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Transpersonal theory formally developed within psychology through the initial definition of the field in the publishing of the Journal of Transpersonal Psychology. However, transpersonal sociology also developed with the Transpersonal Sociology Newsletter, which operated through the middle 1990s. Both disciplines have long histories, while one continues to flourish and the other, comparatively, is languishing. In order to encourage renewed interest in this important area of transpersonal studies, we discuss the history, and further define the field of transpersonal sociology, discuss practical applications of transpersonal sociology, and introduce research approaches that might be of benefit for transpersonal sociological researchers and practitioners.
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Rominger, R., & Friedman, H. L. (2013). Rominger, R., & Freidman, H. (2013). Transpersonal sociology: Origins, development, and theory. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 32(2), 17–33.. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 32 (2). https://doi.org/10.24972/ijts.2013.32.2.17
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