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" state" to include all his other terms. Van Gennep has shown that all rites of transition are marked by three phases: separation, margin (or limen), and aggregation. The first phase of separation comprises symbolic behavior signifying the detachment of... "
Classical Traditions and Modern Meanings - Page 44
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The Forest of Symbols: Aspects of Ndembu Ritual

Victor Witter Turner - Social Science - 1967 - 405 pages
...Gennep has shown that all rites of transition are marked by three phases: separation, margin (or limen), and aggregation. The first phase of separation comprises...from an earlier fixed point in the social structure or a set of cultural conditions (a "state"); during the intervening liminal period, the state of the...
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Law, Freedom, and Story: The Role of Narrative in Therapy, Society and Faith

John C Hoffman - Psychology - 1986 - 163 pages
...really part of any, and hence not part of the social structure in the fullest sense. The first phase, separation, comprises symbolic behavior signifying the detachment of the individual or group from either an earlier fixed point in the social structure or from an established set of cultural conditions...
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Betwixt & Between: Patterns of Masculine and Feminine Initiation

Louise Carus Mahdi, Steven Foster, Meredith Little - Psychology - 1987 - 498 pages
...has shown that all rites of transition are marked by three phases: separation, margin (or limeri), and aggregation. The first phase of separation comprises...from an earlier fixed point in the social structure or a set of cultural conditions (a "state"); during the intervening liminal period, the state of the...
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The Trickster in West Africa: A Study of Mythic Irony and Sacred Delight

Robert D. Pelton - History - 1989 - 312 pages
...situation." As he says, rites of passage are marked by three phases: separation, margin (or limen), and aggregation. The first phase of separation comprises...from an earlier fixed point in the social structure or a set of cultural conditions (a "state"); during the intervening liminal period, the state of the...
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Divorce: Crisis, Challenge, Or Relief?

David Anthony Chiriboga, Linda S. Catron - Art - 1991 - 319 pages
...anthropologist, Victor Turner (1967, 94) has described these three stages in detail: [The first stage] of separation comprises symbolic behavior signifying...from an earlier fixed point in the social structure or a set of cultural conditions (a "state"); during the intervening liminal period the state of the...
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Image and Pilgrimage in Christian Culture: Anthropological Perspectives

Victor Witter Turner, Edith L. B. Turner - Art - 1995 - 281 pages
...transition) are marked by three phases: separation, limen or margin, and aggregation. The first phase comprises symbolic behavior signifying the detachment...from an earlier fixed point in the social structure or from a relatively stable set of cultural conditions (a cultural "state"); during the intervening...
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Sex and Sensibility: Stories of a Lesbian Generation

Arlene Stein - Social Science - 1997 - 252 pages
...suggests, all rites of passage or transition are marked by three phases: separation, margin (or limen), and aggregation. The first phase of separation comprises...signifying the detachment of the individual or group from an earlier fixed point in the social structure. 42. "A rigid assertion of difference," Nancy Chodorow...
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Symbol and Ritual in the New Spain: The Transition to Democracy After Franco

Laura Desfor Edles - History - 1998 - 197 pages
...phases make up this generic ritual process: separation, liminality, and reaggregation. The first phase, separation, comprises symbolic behavior signifying the detachment of the individual or group from an earlier fixed point in the social structure. During the intervening "liminal" period, the characteristics...
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Rituals, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education

Kathleen Manning - Education - 2000 - 169 pages
...passage, indicates the distinctiveness of the participants, and positions them for the impending change. "Separation comprises symbolic behavior signifying...from an earlier fixed point in the social structure or a set of cultural conditions" (Turner, V., 1967, p. 94). Time and place are specially set aside...
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Intentional Community: An Anthropological Perspective

Susan Love Brown - History - 2002 - 190 pages
...inhabitants of the borderlands of community. SEPARATION: THE MOVEMENT AWAY FROM A STATE OF CONFLICT The first phase of separation comprises symbolic behavior...group either from an earlier fixed point in the social structures or a set of cultural conditions. . . . — Victor Turner Groups move into a liminal state...
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