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Lecture 9

Lecture 9

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Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANTC31H3
Professor
Donna Young

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ANTC31 Lecture 9 March 28 2012 Paper by BadoneHandleman2 different analysis of ritualsInclude separation liminality and aggregation in paperDon handleman o Argues that within this commonality there are significant variations in the forms rituals actually take o Argued we have to payBecause variations points to different processes and different affectseffectsLook closely at structural forms of ritualsBadone describing ritual then showing how rituals encapsulates socio economic ritualHandleman very influenced by Van Gennep and Turner o Building on early structural work o If we look more closely at ritualssubgroups1 Models Most commonly examined in anthropology bring about social transformation in ones role and ensures shaping Liminality is marked by high degree of uncertainty often threatening sense of chaos or things might fa out of control cosmos marked by extreme indeterminacyExamples by Lineheart that threaten the social order the Dinka In the incest rituals muddy rituals threaten social order because it can destroy the entire community Rit
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