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OCCASIONS AND KINDS OF RITUAL
Rituals Based on Extramundane Conceptions
Rituals Based on Social Conceptions
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acceptable According action activity acts actual appear associated become behavior called ceremony chapter characteristics common concept concern consists continuing course culture customs deeds depends desire devices direct effect elders elements emphasize enter event example existence expression fact figures force formal function gesture give graduation hand hero heroic higher honor human ideal implies important indicate individual initiation institutions interest interpersonal kind learning less living magic manner means myth nature negative noted novice object observed occasion occur ordeals outline participants particular pattern perform person positive practice precedence precepts present president primitive problem prototypical qualities rank refers relationship representative require result rites ritual seek serve significance similar situation social society specific sponsor status suppressions symbol taboos takes tend term University usually whole writes