WITCH WARS: Factors Contributing to Conflict in Canadian Neopagan Communities
Keywords:Neo-Paganism, Wicca, Witchcraft, witch wars, Canada
AbstractA witch war permeates and polarises the ocmmunity to such an extent that community participants are left with two choices: either to choose a side, or to withdraw from participation in the community.
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