Shamanism and Violence: Power, Repression and Suffering in Indigenous Religious Conflicts (BOK)
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Proposing a new theoretical framework, this book explores Shamanism's links with violence from a global perspective. Contributors, renowned anthropologists and authorities in the field, draw on their research in Mongolia, China, Korea, Malaysia, Nepal, India, Siberia, America, Papua New Guinea, Taiwan to investigate how indigenous shamanic cultures dealt, and are still dealing with, varying degrees of internal and external violence. During ceremonies shamans act like hunters and warriors, dealing with many states related to violence, such as collective and individual suffering, attack, conflict and antagonism. Indigenous religious complexes are often called to respond to direct and indirect competition with more established cultural and religious traditions which undermine the sociocultural structure, the sense of identity and the state of well-being of many indigenous groups. This book explores a more sensitive vision of shamanism, closer to the emic views of many indigenous groups.
|Dimensjoner||15,6cm x 23,4cm x 1,8cm||Vekt||396 gram|
|Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd||Andre medvirkende||Davide Torri, Diana Riboli|
|Emner og form||Violence in society, Indigenous peoples, Occult studies|