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Cambridge Ritualists

Cambridge the priests were recognized as the group of classical scholars, mostly in England, in Cambridge, including Jane Ellen Harrison, F. M. Cornford, Gilbert Murray, A. B. cook, and others. They have earned this title because of their shared ...

                                               

Ceremonial use of lights

The ceremonial use of lights in the Christian Church probably has a double origin: in a very natural symbolism, and in the framework of a separate adaptation of pagan and Jewish rites and customs of which the symbolic meaning was Christianized. L ...

                                               

Chu (Taoism)

Chu Taoist name was used for various religious rituals, including communal Chu Banquet rituals in the direction of the celestial masters of the Liturgy, the legendary xingchu related to Taoist Xian, and wuchu representing wuzang in inner alchemy ...

                                               

Circumambulation

Treatment is the act of moving around a sacred object or idol. The bypass of the temples and images of deities is an integral part of Hindu and Buddhist religious practice, known in Sanskrit as pradaksinā. It is also present in other religions, i ...

                                               

Evocation

The incarnation is an act to call for or to call the spirit, demon, deity or other supernatural being, in the Western mystery tradition. There are similar methods in many religions and magical traditions and may use psychoactive substances withou ...

                                               

House blessing

House blessings are rituals designed to protect inhabitants of the house or apartment from misfortune, whether before moving into it or to "heal" it after an occurrence. Many religions have house blessings of one form or another.

                                               

Invocation

The challenge may take the form of: Form of ownership. (Форма собственности) Command or spell. (Команда или заклинание) Self-identification with certain spirits. Supplication, prayer or spell. These forms are described below, but are not mutually ...

                                               

Jia (vessel)

And Jia is a ritual vessel type found in both clay and bronze forms, it was used to hold libations of wine for the veneration of ancestors. It was made either with four legs or in the form of a tripod and included two pillar-like protrusions on t ...

                                               

Kalpa (Vedanga)

Kalpa means "the right fit" and is one of the six Vedānga disciplines, or an auxiliary science connected with the Vedas – the sacred Scriptures of Hinduism. This specialization focuses on the procedures and ceremonies associated with the Vedic ri ...

                                               

Last offices

The last offices, packing, performs the procedure, usually a nurse, to the body of a deceased person immediately after death has been confirmed. They can vary between hospitals and between cultures.

                                               

Life cycle ritual

The ritual of the life cycle-is a ceremony to mark a change in the persons biological or social status at different stages throughout life. This practice is prevalent in many countries and are often based on traditions of a community. Life cycle ...

                                               

Mīmāmsā

Mīmāmsā is a Sanskrit word which means "reflection" or "critical study" and refers to a tradition of contemplation, which is reflected in the values of certain Vedic texts. This tradition is also known as Pūrva-Mīmāmsā because of its focus on the ...

                                               

Mos Teutonicus

Mos Teutonicus was a postmortem funerary custom used in Europe in the Middle ages as a means of transportation, and solemnly burying the bodies of high status people. The process involves removing the flesh from the body, so that the bones of the ...

                                               

Mysophobia

Mysophobia, also known as verminophobia, germophobia, germaphobia, bacillophobia and bacteriophobia, is a pathological fear of contamination and germs. The term was introduced by W. A. Hammond in 1879 when describing a case of obsessive–compulsiv ...

                                               

Myth and ritual

Myth and ritual are two main components of religious practice. Although myth and ritual are usually organizations as part of religion, the exact relationship between them has been the subject of debate among scientists. One approach to this probl ...

                                               

Obsessive–compulsive disorder

Obsessive compulsive disorder is a mental disorder in which a person feels the need to constantly carry out certain procedures, or certain thoughts repeatedly. The person is not able to control the thoughts or activities in a shorter period of ti ...

                                               

Orthopraxy

In the study of religion, orthopraxy is correct conduct, both ethical and ecclesiastical, in contrast to faith or grace etc. This contrasts with Orthodoxy, which emphasizes correct belief, and ritualism, practice of rituals. The word is a neoclas ...

                                               

Paranymph

In the paranymph is a ceremonial assistant or coach in a ceremony. In ancient Greek weddings, the bride and bridegroom were attended by paranymphs, and from this she generalized to refer to attendants of doctoral students, best men and bridesmaid ...

                                               

Potlatch

The potlatch is a gift-giving-feast practiced by indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest coast of Canada and the United States, including traditionally the main state institutions, legislature, and economic system. This includes the Heiltsuk, ...

                                               

Paul Rebillot

Paul Rebillot was a member of the Movement For human development. The author of the call to adventure: bringing the heros Journey to daily life.

                                               

Reverence (emotion)

Reverence is "a feeling of deep respect tinged with awe, veneration". The word "reverence" in the modern often used in relationship with religion. This is because religion often stimulates the emotion through recognition of God, the supernatural, ...

                                               

Rite

A rite is an established, ceremonial, usually to act. Rites in this sense fall into three major categories: Rites of passage, generally changing the social status of persons, such as marriage, adoption, baptism, coming of age, graduation, or inau ...

                                               

Riteless

                                               

Ritology

Ritology, also called ritual studies or ritual, is the study of rites and rituals. In ritology focuses directly on the adoption and implementation, that is, gives priority to the deeds and actions of people. Additional emphasis is on words, text, ...

                                               

Ritualism in the Church of England

The ritualism, in the history of Christianity, refers to an emphasis on the rituals and liturgical ceremonies of the Church, including Communion. In the Anglican Church in the 19th century, the Role of ritual became a controversial issue. Discuss ...

                                               

Ritual slaughter

Ritual slaughter is the practice of slaughtering livestock for meat in a ritual context. Ritual slaughter involves a prescribed practice of slaughter of animals for purposes of food production. This differs from the animal sacrifices, which invol ...

                                               

Song

The song is a musical composition designed for vocals performed by human voices. This is often done for a clear and fixed steps using the templates sound and silence. Songs contain different forms, such as those including repetition and changing ...

                                               

Tarka sastra

Tarka sastra-the science of dialectics, logic and reasoning, and Art of debate that analyzes the nature and source of knowledge and its validity. Sastra in Sanskrit means that which gives teaching, instruction or command. Tarka means a discussion ...

                                               

Administratium

Administratium is a well-known in-joke in scientific circles and is a spoof both on the bureaucracy of scientific establishments and on descriptions of newly discovered chemical elements. In 1991, Thomas Kyle, the supposed discoverer of this elem ...

                                               

Cultural environmentalism

Cultural ecology is a movement that seeks to protect the public domain. This term was coined by James Boyle, Professor at Duke University and author of "financial times". The term derives from the arguments of Boyle, that those who seek to protec ...

                                               

Independent scientist

Independent scientist is a financially independent scientist who pursues scientific study without direct affiliation to a Public institution such as a University or government research and development. The expression "gentleman scientist" emerged ...

                                               

Institute For Figuring

The Institute for figuring is an organization based in Los Angeles, California, which promotes the understanding of the poetic and aesthetic dimensions of science, mathematics and technical skills. Founded by Margaret Wertheim and Christine Werth ...

                                               

Science in newly industrialized countries

Scientific research is concentrated in developed countries, with minor contributions from the rest of the world. The majority of Nobel laureates from the US, Europe or Japan. Many newly industrialized countries are trying to establish scientific ...

                                               

Science Week Ireland

Science week Ireland is an annual week-long event in Ireland each year in November to celebrate science in our daily life. Science week is an initiative of the science Foundation of Ireland is the largest science festival in the country, attracti ...

                                               

The NeuroGenderings Network

Network NeuroGenderings is an international group of researchers in neuroscience and gender studies. Members of the network to study how complex social norms, varied experience in a laboratory environment and biology interact to influence the res ...

                                               

William Phelps Ornithological Collection

William Phelps ornithological collection, also known as the ornithological Museum Phelps, Museum of natural Sciences, dedicated to the exhibition and conservation of birds of Venezuela and throughout Latin America. The collection is located to th ...

                                               

World-Information.Org

WORLD-information Institute is an independent cultural institution located in Vienna, Austria linking research and public discourse in the areas of innovation, digital technology, culture and society. Its extensive documentation and processing of ...

                                               

Serial (publishing)

In the publishing and library and information science, the term serial is applied to materials "in any medium issued under the same title in a sequence of discrete parts, usually numbered and appear at regular and irregular intervals without any ...

                                               

Besa (TV series)

"The demon" series is produced by adrenaline and Red planet pictures. According to the original idea Srdjan saper and inspired by a true story, the Devil was shot in international co-production of adrenaline and Red planet pictures. The series is ...

                                               

Sharing

Sharing the sharing of resources and space. It is also a process of division and distribution. In a narrow sense it refers to joint or alternating use of hereditary goods, such as a common pasture or a shared residence. Even more loosely, "sharin ...

                                               

AddToAny

Page addtoany is the universal sharing platform based Pet marvelous II, which can be integrated into a website using a web widget or plugin. After installation, visitors to the website can share or save the article using various services, such as ...

                                               

Data sharing

Data sharing is the practice of making data used for scholarly research available to other investigators. Many financial institutions publications, and places the policy on data sharing because transparency and openness are considered by many to ...

                                               

Dream sharing

Share a dream is the process of documenting or discussing both day and night dreams with others. One of the primary purposes of sharing dreams dream interpretation. The sharing of dreams dates back at least as far as 4000-3000 BC in permanent for ...

                                               

Information exchange

The exchange of information or exchange of information are actions of individuals passing information from one to the other. This can be done electronically or through some system. These terms can refer to bidirectional information transmission i ...

                                               

Sharism

Sharism is a philosophy for sharing content and ideas developed by Isaac Mao. Inspired by user content, sharism maintains that the act of sharing something to the community produces the correct value for each of its members: "the more You share, ...

                                               

Social sharing of emotions

The social sharing of emotions is a phenomenon in the field of psychology That concerns the tendency to recount and share emotional experiences with others. According to these studies, emotional experiences are not uniquely fleeting and internal. ...

                                               

Sociology of culture

Sociology of culture and the related cultural sociology, the problems of systematic analysis of culture usually understood as the ensemble of symbolic codes used by members of the society, how it manifests itself in society. For Simmel, culture r ...

                                               

Art cluster

Art cluster, in global contemporary art scene, refers a group of artists that work through Internet to promote the free culture and many artistic values. Developing telecoms has developed a new form of communication, much faster and more direct. ...

                                               

Robert N. Bellah

Robert Neelly bell-American sociologist, sociology Professor Elliot at University of California, Berkeley. He was internationally known for his work related to the sociology of religion.

                                               

Bicultural identity

Bicultural identity is the condition to be a relative combination of the two cultures. This term can also be defined as biculturality, which is the presence of two different cultures in one country or region. As a General term, culture involves t ...

                                               

Biculturalism

Of biculturality in sociology describes the coexistence in one degree or another, of the two originally different cultures. The official policy of recognition, encouragement, or promotion of biculturality, as a rule, occurs in countries emerging ...

                                               

Bourgeoisie

The bourgeoisie polysemous French term that can mean: Legally defined class of the Middle ages to the end of the old regime in France, that the inhabitants having the rights of citizenship and political rights in the city comparable to the German ...

                                               

Corporate group (sociology)

The corporate group is two or more persons, usually in the form of family, clan, organization, or company. The main difference between different political cultures, whether they believe the individual is the basic unit of their society, and in th ...

                                               

Cultural identity theory

Cultural identity is understood in the sense of persons belonging to a particular culture or group. This process includes the examination and acceptance of the traditions, heritage, language, religion, ancestry, aesthetics, thinking patterns and ...

                                               

Cultural jet lag

Expression of cultural time zones was first coined by Marc Perraud during his research into cross-cultural psychology. He describes the expression as the phenomenon of partial socialization in adults born from Bi-cultural / national unions and wh ...

                                               

Cultural sustainability

Cultural sustainability in respect of sustainable development, is relevant to the preservation of cultural traditions, cultural practices, preservation of heritage, culture as its essence, and tries to answer the question of whether or not any cu ...

                                               

Culture gap

The culture gap is any systematic difference between two cultures which hinders mutual understanding or relations. Such differences include the values, behavior, education, and customs of the respective cultures. As international communication, t ...

                                               

Culture of capitalism

Culture of capitalism and capitalist culture is a set of social practices, social norms, values and behaviours that belong to the capitalist economic system in a capitalist society. The capitalist culture promotes the accumulation of capital and ...

                                               

Culture shock

Culture shock is an experience, a person can have when driving in the cultural environment, which differs from his own, he is also the personal disorientation person may feel when experiencing an unfamiliar way of life due to immigration or visit ...

                                               

Diffusion of innovations

Diffusion of innovations is a theory that seeks to explain how why and at what rate new ideas and technology diffusion. Everett Rogers, a Professor in the Department of communication studies, popularized the theory in his book diffusion of innova ...

                                               

Mustafa Emirbayer

Mustafa Emirbayer American sociologist, Professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is known for his theoretical contributions to social network analysis and is "one of the most ardent supporters of the relational approach i ...

                                               

Korean ethnic nationalism

Korean ethnic nationalism, or racial nationalism is a political ideology and a form of ethnic identity that is prevalent in modern North and South Korea. It is based on the belief that Koreans form a nation, race, or ethnic group that shares a Un ...

                                               

Feminization (sociology)

In sociology, feminization is the change in gender roles and gender roles in society, group, or organization to work on women. It can also mean the inclusion of women in the group or profession that was once dominated by men.

                                               

Hybridity

Hybridity in its most General sense refers to mixture. The term originates from biology and was subsequently used in linguistics and in racial theory in the nineteenth century. Its contemporary uses are scattered in many academic disciplines and ...

                                               

Intellectual

An intellectual is a person who is engaged in critical thinking and reading, research and human self-reflection on the company, they may offer solutions to problems, and to gain credibility as a public figure. From the world of culture, either as ...

                                               

Lifestyle enclave

Lifestyle Enclave is a sociological term first used Robert N. Bell et al. in his 1985 book, habits of the heart: individualism and commitment in American life. In the Glossary of the book, they give the following definition: "the enclave way of l ...

                                               

Omar Lizardo

Omar Lizard sociologist, Leroy Neiman the term chair Professor of sociology at the University of California in Los Angeles, former Professor of sociology at the University of Notre Dame, and co-editor, with Rory McVeigh and Sarah Mustillo, Americ ...

                                               

Magical Negro

In the cinema of the United States, magical Negro is a supporting stock character who comes to the rescue of white characters in the film. Magical Negro characters, who often possess special insight or mystical powers, has long been a tradition i ...

                                               

Multiculturalism

The term multiculturalism has a number of meanings in the context of sociology, political philosophy, and was used in colloquial speech. In sociology and in everyday use, it is synonymous with "ethnic diversity", since these two terms are often u ...

                                               

Multiracism

Multiracism is the conflict between the different ethnic communities that meet a state based on the belief that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race. This term focuses on the social and economic life of peoples, ...

                                               

Nouvelles Mythologies

New myths is a collection of 57 texts written by authors, journalists, and journalists under the leadership of jérôme garcin and published in 2007 by editions du Seuil in honor of the 50th anniversary of the publication in mythology an essay by R ...

                                               

Pluriculturalism

Pluriculturalism approach to themselves and others as complex rich beings which act and react from the perspective of multiple identifications. In this case, the identity or identities are the by-products of experiences in different cultures. As ...

                                               

Resistance to diversity efforts in organizations

Resistance to the efforts of diversity in the organization is well established and ubiquitous phenomenon that can be characterized by thoughts, feelings or behaviors that undermine the success of organizational diversity initiatives to change wit ...

                                               

Roseto effect

The Roseto effect is the phenomenon in which a close-knit community experiences a reduced level of cardiovascular disease. The effect is named for Roseto, Pennsylvania. The Roseto effect was first noticed in 1961 when the local Roseto doctor foun ...

                                               

Sanankuya

Sanankuya I sinankun, senenkun, senankuya) refers to a social characteristic present especially among the Manding peoples, as well as many West African countries in General, often described in English with terms such as "cousinage" or "joking rel ...

                                               

Christian Smith (sociologist)

Christian Stephen Smith is an American sociologist, currently the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of sociology at the University of Notre Dame. Smiths research focuses primarily on religion in modernity, adolescents and adults, survivors, sociolog ...

                                               

Social osmosis

Social osmosis is the indirect infusion of social or cultural knowledge. Effectively, social content is diffused, and by happenstance authentic experience is displaced by degrees of mediated separation before a subject acquires knowledge of a soc ...

                                               

Sociological art

Sociological art is an artistic movement and approach to aesthetics that emerged in France in the early 1970s and became the basis for the sociological art collective formed by hervé Fischer, Fred forest, and Jean-Paul Thenot in 1974.

                                               

Superdiversity

Superdiversity, or super-diversity is a social science, the term and concept are often said to have been invented by the sociologist Steven Vertovec in the 2007 article in ethnic and racial studies, but which he first used in the article bi-Bi-si ...

                                               

Ann Swidler

Ann Swidler-American sociologist, Professor of sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. Swidler is most widely known as a cultural sociologist and the author of one of the most cited papers in the field of sociology, "culture in actio ...

                                               

Symbolic boundaries

Symbolic boundaries-a theory about how people form social groups proposed by cultural sociologists. Symbolic boundaries" the conceptual distinction of social actors. that separate people into groups and generate feelings of similarity and group m ...

                                               

Tick-box culture

Show culture is described as bureaucratic and external impositions on professional working conditions, which can be found in many organizations around the world. In social work, show culture means that there is too much emphasis on following rule ...

                                               

Volksgeist

                                               

White savior

The term White Savior, sometimes in combination with a Savior complex to write white Savior complex refers to a white person that acts to help white people, with in some contexts be perceived as self-serving. The role is a modern version of that ...

                                               

White savior narrative in film

The white Savior is a cinematic technique in which the white hero saves non-white characters from unfortunate circumstances. This trope appears in the array go to the movies in the American cinema, in which the white hero is portrayed as a Messia ...

                                               

Acculturation

Acculturation is the process by which social, psychological and cultural change that is associated with the balancing of two cultures adapting to the prevailing culture of the society. Acculturation is a process in which a person receives, acquir ...

                                               

Acculturation gap

The gap of acculturation is a change in the set of values and culture between the child and the parent or guardian. This gap is usually revealed after the family emigrated from one country to another and assimilate into the culture. After immigra ...

                                               

Amazons

In Greek mythology, the Amazons were a tribe of warriors that they lived in Asia Minor. Apollonius Rhodius, the Argonauts, is mentioned that the Amazons were daughters of Ares and harmony, they were brutal and aggressive, and their main concern i ...

                                               

Antillanite

Antillanite-a literary and political movement, created in the 1960-ies, which emphasizes the creation of a specific West Indian identity out of the many ethnic and cultural elements.

                                               

Anxiety/uncertainty management

Theory anxiety / uncertainty management was introduced by William B. Gudykunst to define how humans effectively communicate based on their anxiety and insecurity in social situations. Gudykunst believes that successful intercultural communication ...

                                               

Aramaic studies

Aramaic studies is the study of Aramaic language and Syriac Christianity. A specialist in the field of Aramaic studies called Aramaicist. English, French and German scholars of the 18th and 19th centuries who were involved in the study of the Syr ...

                                               

Besharmi Morcha

Besharmi Morcha, also known as "Slutwalk arthaat Besharmi Morcha", is the Indian equivalent of SlutWalk. This organization was started in 2011 canadian women who were protesting public statements Torontos police said that a woman can avoid rape a ...

                                               

Budapest School (Lukacs)

The Budapest school was a school of thought, originally of Marxist humanism, but later of post-Marxism and dissident liberalism, which appeared in Hungary in the early 1960-ies, corresponding to the so-called Hungarian new left. Its participants ...

                                               

Buffy studies

Buffy studies is the study of Joss Whedons popular television series Buffy the vampire Slayer and, to a lesser extent, its spin-off program angel. It explores issues related to gender and other philosophical issues as expressed through the conten ...

                                               

Burg Schonburg

Castle in oberwesel is located in the municipality oberwesel 4.5 km to the East of Naumburg in the centre of the Federal Republic of Germany, in Saxony-Anhalt. It was proposed by Germany for inclusion in the world heritage List.

                                               

Suzanne Cesaire

Suzanne Cesaire, born in Martinique, France, French writer, teacher, scientist, and anti-colonial feminists, and surrealism. She was the wife of poet and politician Aime Cesaire.

                                               

Children's literature criticism

The term childrens literature criticism includes both universal debate on the relationship between childrens literature and literary theory and literary analysis of specific works of childrens literature. Some scientists believe young adult liter ...

                                               

Circuit of culture

Scheme of culture is a theory or system used in the field of cultural studies. It was developed in 1997 by a group of theorists when studying the Walkman cassette player. This theory suggests that the study of cultural text or artifact you must l ...

                                               

Co-cultural communication theory

Co-cultural communication theory was built upon the frameworks of muted group theory and the theory point of view. The cornerstone of co-cultural communication theory is muted group theory as proposed in the mid 1970-ies Shirley and Edwin Ardener ...

                                               

Discrimination based on skin color

Discrimination by skin color, also known as colours or shadeism is a form of prejudice or discrimination, as a rule, representatives of one race, in which people are treated differently depending on the social implications and cultural meanings a ...

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