Title Astrology's Role in New Age Culture: A Research Note
Author Nick Campion
Publication Culture and Cosmos
Issue Volume 13, Number 2
Date Autumn/Winter 2009
Pages 87-94
The practice of, or belief in, astrology is generally considered a central feature of modern New Age culture. Research conducted by Stuart Rose in the 1990s contradicted this assumption. This paper does not argue that astrology is a New Age discipline, but challenges Rose’s methodology and his reasons or arguing that it is not New Age. The paper reports on research relying on two other measures by used Rose to argue that astrology can be New Age but does not have to be New Age.

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