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Ritual and social conflict

Jack Glazier

Ritual and social conflict

circumcision and oath-taking in Mbeere

by Jack Glazier

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Published by Cultural Division, Institute for Development Studies, University College, Nairobi in Nairobi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mbere (African people) -- Social life and customs.,
  • Mbere (African people) -- Rites and ceremonies.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jack Glazier.
    SeriesDiscussion paper - Cultural Division, Institute for Development Studies, University College, Nairobi ;, no. 4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT433.545.M34 G58
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4761376M
    LC Control Number78108247

    Model vocabulary that can be used in conflict resolution. Try showing children how you resolved a conflict of your own. Five- and 6-year-olds are at the stage of developing conflict resolution skills-not necessarily mastering them. It will take some time and experience for children to use some of . Ritual provides us with purpose and meaning in all that we think, speak and do. In , the great pioneer of Egyptology Lepsius wrote: "The Book of the Dead, or the collection of the texts relating to the resurrection, the judgment, and the life in the other world, was in its essential character a book of practical instruction.

    geographical location, social institutions, and expectations of behavior. IDEAS ABOUT RELIGION YOU MIGHT HAVE HEARD BEFORE •“Religion is the heart in a heartless world.” • Sacred narratives are integral to a society’s rituals, moral code, and organization. Social facts are the laws, morals, values, religious beliefs, customs, fashions, rituals, and all of the cultural rules that govern social life (Durkheim ). Each of these social facts serves one or more functions within a society.

    Religion, Inequality, and Conflict. Religion has all of these benefits, but, according to conflict theory, it can also reinforce and promote social inequality and social conflict. This view is partly inspired by the work of Karl Marx, who said that religion was the “opiate of the masses” (Marx, ). Marx, K. (). Starhawk is the author of many books of fiction and non-fiction exploring earth-based spirituality, the Goddess, and activism. She's a permaculture designer and teacher, director of Earth Activist Training and cofounder of Reclaiming, a Pagan spiritual tradition.


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