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" While each family has at least one such shrine, the rituals associated with it are not family ceremonies but are private and secret. The rites are normally only discussed with children, and then only during the period when they are being initiated into... "
Content Area Reading: A Heuristic Approach - Page 241
by Anthony V. Manzo, Ula Casale Manzo - 1990 - 516 pages
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Sacred Mysteries: Sacramental Principles and Liturgical Practice

Dennis Chester Smolarski - Religion - 1995 - 217 pages
...family eeremonies but are private and seeret. The rites are normally only diseussed with ehildren, and then only during the period when they are being initiated into these mysteries."25 The author is deseribing the aetivities that take plaee when people go to the bathroom...
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Exotics at Home: Anthropologies, Others, and American Modernity

Micaela di Leonardo - Social Science - 1998 - 445 pages
...ritual and ceremony. Every household has one or more shrines [bathrooms] devoted to this purpose. . . . the rituals associated with it are not family ceremonies but are private and secret. The rites are only discussed with children, and then only during the period when they are being initiated into these...
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Culture in Clinical Care

Bette Bonder, Laura Martin (PhD.), Andrew W. Miracle - Medical - 2002 - 191 pages
...walled with stone. Poorer families imitate the rich by applying pottery plaques to their shrine walls. While each family has at least one such shrine, the...when they are being initiated into these mysteries. I was able, however, to establish sufficient rapport with the natives to examine these shrines and...
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The Body: Knowing bodies

Andrew Blaikie - Body image - 2004 - 328 pages
...walled with stone. Poorer families imitate the rieh by applying pottery plaques to their shrine walls. While each family has at least one such shrine. the...when they are being initiated into these mysteries. I was able. however. to establish sufficient rapport with the natives to examine these shrines and...
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Cultural Globalization and Language Education

B. Kumaravadivelu - Education - 2008 - 272 pages
...opulence of a house is often referred to in terms of the number of such ritual centers it possesses. . . . While each family has at least one such shrine, the...when they are being initiated into these mysteries. I was able, however, to establish sufficient rapport with the natives to examine these shrines and...
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The Dirt on Clean: An Unsanitized History

Katherine Ashenburg - History - 2007 - 358 pages
...privately and surreptitiously: "The rites are normally only discussed with children," Miner wrote, "and then only during the period when they are being initiated into these mysteries." Nacirema, of course, spells "American" backwards, and Miner's classic spoof is still taught in universities...
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