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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

Cleansing in Psalm 51 cultic or ethical? /

Snider, Gordon L. January 1995 (has links)
Thesis (M.A.)--Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions, Columbia, S.C., 1995. / Abstract. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 110-119).

Cleansing in Psalm 51 cultic or ethical? /

Snider, Gordon L. January 1995 (has links) (PDF)
Thesis (M.A.)--Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions, Columbia, S.C., 1995. / Abstract. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 110-119).

Cleansing in Psalm 51 cultic or ethical? /

Snider, Gordon L. January 1995 (has links)
Thesis (M.A.)--Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions, Columbia, S.C., 1995. / Abstract. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 110-119).

Die Rituale der Auguren

Bawanypeck, Daliah January 2001 (has links)
Zugl.: Berlin, Freie Univ., Diss., 2001 u.d.T.: Bawanypeck, Daliah: Die Ritule der Vogelkundigen

An exploration of experiences of extreme abuse

Charles, Grant 13 July 2018 (has links)
This study has examined in detail the experiences of an individual who was ritually abused as a young person. Two other people, who had been ritually abused, were also interviewed in order to serve as a means of triangulation of the first person's experiences. A limited amount of data obtained by another researcher was used to add to the information provided by one of the secondary participants. The data was analyzed using a modified grounded theory procedure. This analysis combined with a comparison of information in the literature served as a basis for the development of theory. Theory was generated regarding the process of healing for people who have been ritually abused. A model of conceptualizing the healing process was also developed. / Graduate

Landscapes For Celebration; An Investigation and Design of Wedding Gardens

Carter, Sue Ellen 21 May 2003 (has links)
This thesis explores the design of landscapes for celebration. These celebrations include all types of events or rituals that mark special times in peopleâ s lives. The focus of this work is landscapes for weddings. The goal is to illuminate the importance of these spaces for celebration as well as reveal how landscape architectural design can have a profound influence on how these places are perceived by the user and their experience of their celebration. These events have characteristics that set them apart from everyday activities and these elements can be enhanced by design. There are shared qualities among landscapes for celebration that draw people and make the place meaningful, these are compiled into a sort of set of design principles for these spaces. The structure of the event, both physically and psychologically, can be enhanced by design to add more meaning to the experience of the participants. Through literature review on ritual, sacred spaces, and ritual spaces information is gathered to inform the design. Case studies of celebratory landscapes and powerful places are also performed to gather knowledge. Through this investigation a set of design principles is collected, and then applied to a wedding garden design. Thoughtful design, incorporating knowledge of ritual, ritual structure, and the event being designed for, will create places that support and enhance one in a lifetime events. Design of celebratory landscapes should strive to create spaces that are meaningful, rooted in the community, supportive of the structure of the event, and reflective of the participants. / Master of Landscape Architecture

Rituale im Wandel : zur Bedeutung eines ritualbewussten Managements in tief greifenden Veränderungsprozessen von Organisationen /

Beyeler, Daniel, January 2003 (has links) (PDF)
St. Gallen, Univ., Diss., 2003.

The Process of Ritual: a Twenty-Year Survey of Literature

Emmett, Gloria J. 08 1900 (has links)
Use of the term "ritual" in PsycLit from 1975-1995 was examined through an archival study. Abstracts identified as including any form of the term were coded for valence, target population, study type, and differential area of interest. Valence was predominantly positive, consistent across time, with a growing negative trend. Interest in ritual has increased. Key elements of adaptive ritual were identified as recurrence across time, shared symbolism and volitional participation. A Dynamic Process of Ritual is proposed which includes the individual, society, and chaos in a fluctuating relationship, all operating within an additional dimension of a continuum of ritualization in which the individual's position is determined by personal and societal complexity and individual response to crisis.

Corpo ficcional : da dança brasileira ao teatro contemporaneo / The ficcional body : from brazilian dance to contempory

Navarro, Grácia Maria, 1965- 07 July 2009 (has links)
Orientador: Veronica Fabrini Machado de Almeida / Tese (doutorado) - Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Instituto de Artes / Made available in DSpace on 2018-08-14T02:07:47Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 Navarro_GraciaMaria_D.pdf: 11731468 bytes, checksum: 5a024936ca30013d9bcd2fe13961f76f (MD5) Previous issue date: 2009 / Resumo: Este trabalho apresenta uma síntese de práticas de criação cênica que emergem de um modo particular de abordagem da construção do corpo nas danças populares brasileiras e no teatro contemporâneo. A pesquisa explora e redimensiona a qualidade singular do corpo em traduzir um sistema de signos em outros, a partir de um olhar analítico nos campos do teatro contemporâneo, da dança, do candomblé e na cura xamanística, apropriando-se desta qualidade para dela extrair fundamentos de procedimentos técnicos de criação cênica. Os procedimentos apresentados foram garimpados e amadurecidos ao longo de situações formativas no curso do bacharelado em Artes Cênicas e de criação cênica independente. A operação central dos procedimentos criativos resulta nessa obra que se pretende um teatro dançado, no qual o corpo não formula sentido, mas articula energia em uma ação na qual tudo é gesto. / Abstract: This research shows a sintesis of scenic creative process that emerges from a particular approach on the ("bilding" up) of the body in brasilian popular dances and its links with the contemporary theatre. The investigation explores and bring a new dimension to the singular quality of the body in translating different systems of symbols. The creative process engages it self by stracting bases of tecnic procedures in scenic creation. From an analic view on contemporary theatre, dance, Candomblé and xamanic healing. The procedures showed were sxtrated and (got mature) during the bachelor course in scenic arts and among independent scenic creations. The central mechanism of there creation process results in (on?) a danced - theatre in wich the body does not formulate a sense, but (instead), it articules energy in action, where every thing is gesture. / Doutorado / Doutor em Artes


BROWN, Ian, Ian.Brown@health.wa.gov.au January 2006 (has links)
Progress in the study and treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) has been hampered by ideological debate regarding its validity. This is particularly the case when patient's suffering from DID also report ritualistic abuse. Part of the difficulty has been that past studies have not established independent checks to assess whether alters are artefacts introduced by therapeutic bias. This study addressed this issue by using independent judges to test the validity of a patient being treated for DID who claimed ritualistic abuse. The judges were 16 clinicians with an average of 21 years experience in their respective disciplines. The study also examined the development and treatment of alter personalities through a detailed examination of case material. The patient had been in continuous therapy with the author and treatment had been conducted using the self psychology model. The study involved three phases.

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