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DALE, Jutta. Duration and Intensity as Measures of Turnerian Anti-Structure in Three North American Societies. Honours Thesis Submitted as a Partial Requirement for the B.A. Honours in Anthropology, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, March 10, 1980. Pp [i]-vii,1-113 leaves typed one side only. Maps, figures, tables in text. 4to, black VeloBinding.
The North American societies of the Navajo, Tewa and Aztec are examined for the applicability of Victor Turner's concepts of structure and anti-structure. The latter is believed to be apparent in ritual. It has been found that the data of the societies studied support the applicability of the concepts.
Peoples in New Mexico, Arizona, and Mexico.
The Navajo [Social Organization - Ceremonial Organization [Earth Surface People - The Holy People - Witches - Ghosts] - Diagnosticians - Curers - Practitioners - Singers - Ceremonials - Summary - Ritual - Sandpainting];
The Tewa [Social Organization - Ceremonial Organization [The Dry Food People - The Towa é - The Made People - The Dry Food Who Are No Longer - &c] - Summary - Ritual - The Raingod Ceremony - Procedure];
The Aztec [Social Organization - Ceremonial Organizations - Summary - Ritual - The Feast of Toxcatl - - Procedure];
Analysis and Discsussion;
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Title: Duration and Intensity as Measures of Turnerian Anti-Structure in Three North American Societies.
Publisher: 1980,: 1980
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