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9630585219
Author:
Mihaly Hoppal
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Anthropology
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English
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Akademiai Kiado; Edition Unstated edition (November 1, 2007)
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188 pages
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The anthropologist Alice Kehoe criticizes the term "shaman" in her book Shamans and . Shamans and Traditions (Vol 13). Bibliotheca Shamanistica. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó.

The anthropologist Alice Kehoe criticizes the term "shaman" in her book Shamans and Religion: An Anthropological Exploration in Critical Thinking. Part of this criticism involves the notion of cultural appropriation. This includes criticism of New Age and modern Western forms of shamanism, which, according to Kehoe, misrepresent or dilute indigenous practices. Anthropologist Mihály Hoppál also discusses whether the term "shamanism" is appropriate. He notes that for many readers, "-ism" implies a particular dogma, like Buddhism or Judaism.

More by Mihály Hoppál. Shamans and Cultures (ISTOR books). Studies on Shamanism (Ethnologica Uralica, Vol 2). Keith Howard, Mihály Hoppál. Studies on Mythology and Uralic Shamanism. Anna-Leena Siikala, Mihály Hoppál.

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Rediscovery Of Shamanic Heritage. Folk Beliefs and Shamanistc traditions in Siberia. Shamans and Traditions. Mihály Hoppál(EDT)、Gábor Kósa (EDT), Akadémiai Kiadó, 2003, 77. (目前无人评价). An anthropology of animism and shamanism. Kut : happiness through reciprocity : Bibliotheca shamanistica, v. 7. Hyun-key Kim Hogarth, Budapest : Akadémiai Kiadó,, 1998, 60. 0元. Shamanism in Siberia. Vilmos Diószegi、Mihály Hoppál, Budapest : Akad. Mihály Hoppál, Akadémiai Kiadó, 2007-11, USD 7. 0.

Items related to Shamans and Traditions (Bibliotheca Shamanistica). Shamans and Traditions (Bibliotheca Shamanistica). ISBN 13: 9789630585217. His topics include whether shamanism is a folk religion, cosmic symbolism in Siberian shamanhood, traces of shamanism in Hungarian folk beliefs, and shamanic narratives as intangible human cultural heritage. Distributed in the US by ISBS.

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There are of course people who dispute these connections, and we shall refer to them as well, but of course we can not write about every view, article, book or study in detail

Now that the firestorm of modernism, in both its communist and capitalist manifestations, has burned over the world, green shoots of tradition are rising from under their own ashes. Hoppál (ethnology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences) summarizes findings from his decades of research into traditions and mythology of the Uralic people concerning the past and present of shamanism. His topics include whether shamanism is a folk religion, cosmic symbolism in Siberian shamanhood, traces of shamanism in Hungarian folk beliefs, and shamanic narratives as intangible human cultural heritage. Distributed in the US by ISBS. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)