Ritus transitorius

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Arnoldus van Gennep, qui notionem liminalitatis excogitavit.
Iesus circumcisionem, ritum transitorium Iudaicum, subiit, hic in cathedrali Catholica depictam.
Ritus initiationis in Malavio inter gentem Yao.
Scarificatio est pars rituum transitoriorum inter certas tribus in Papua Nova Guinea.

Ritus transitorius est eventus ritualis qui transitum hominis ab alio statu sociali ad aliud notat. Notio rituum transitoriorum ut generalis socializationis ratio primum ab Arnoldo van Gennep in libro Rites de Passage iuste posita est ad significandos ritus qui vices transitorias notant pueritiae et plenae in tribu vel grege sociale acceptionis.[1] Notio ritus transitorii etiam adhibetur ad explorandas et describendas alias gradationes vitae hominis, per ullum gradum transitorium cum hominis status socialis mutatur. Opus Gennepianum in cogitatione anthropologica magni momenti fuit.[2] Inter gradationes sunt transitus a pubertate, ab anno septimo ad scholam superiorem, maturatio, matrimonium, et mors. Caerimonia initiatoria sicut baptismus, akika, upanayana, confirmatio, et Bar vel Bat Mitzvah ritus transitorii magni momenti hominibus eorum religionum propriarum habentur. Ritus transitorii anthropologis monstrant hierarchias sociales, aestimationes, et fides magnum momentum in certis culturis habere.

Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Maturatio[recensere | fontem recensere]

Aditus in gradum aetatis in variis societatibus tribalibus—plerumque (et copiae aetatis dissimiliter) sexu distinctus—per ritum initiationis notatur, qui finis diuturnae et multiplicis praeparationis esse potest, aliquando in recessu effectae.

Ritus religiosi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Ritus militares[recensere | fontem recensere]

Ritus academici[recensere | fontem recensere]

Alii[recensere | fontem recensere]

Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Van Gennep 1909.
  2. Garces-Foley 2006:230.
  3. Morgenstern 1966.
  4. "Rites of Passage". Oxford Islamic Studies Online. 2013 
  5. "Traditional Muslim Male Circumcision: Performed by Arabs, Turkish, Malaysian and Others of this faith.". CIRCLIST. 1992–2013 
  6. Hamid, Ismail (2005). "Islamic Rites of Passage". The Encyclopedia of Malaysia Volume 10: Religions and Beliefs 

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Aronson, E., et J. Mills. 1959. The effect of severity of initiation on liking for a group. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology 59(2):177–181.
  • Bell, B. J. 2003. The rites of passage and outdoor education: Critical concerns for effective programming. The Journal of Experiential Education 26(1):41–50.
  • Bourdieu, Pierre. 1982. Les rites comme actes d'institution. Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales 43:58–63.
  • Clastres, Pierre. 1973. De la torture dans les sociétés primitives. L'Homme 3:114–120.
  • Cushing, P.J. 1998. Competing the cycle of transformation: Lessons from the rites of passage model. Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Experiential Education 9(5):7.
  • Devine, A. M. 1996. Review: Macedonian Cults. The Classical Review, series nova, 46(2):279–281.–12.
  • Festinger, L. 1961. The psychological effects of insufficient rewards. American Psychologist 16(1):1–11.
  • Garces-Foley, Kathleen. 2006. Death and religion in a changing world. M. E. Sharpe.
  • Hatzopoulos, Miltiades B. 1994. Cultes et rites de passage en Macédoine. Athenis et Lutetiae.
  • Kamau, C. 2012. What does being initiated severely into a group do? The role of rewards. International Journal of Psychology.
  • Keating, C. F., J. Pomerantz, S. D. Pommer, S. J. H. Ritt, L. M. Miller, et J. McCormick, J. 2005. Going to college and unpacking hazing: A functional approach to decrypting initiation practices among undergraduates. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 9(2):104–126.
  • Lodewijkx, H. F. M., M. van Zomeren, et J. E. M. M. Syroit. 2005). The anticipation of a severe initiation: Gender differences in effects on affiliation tendency and group attraction. Small Group Research 36(2):237–262.
  • Morgenstern, Julian. 1966. Rites of Birth, Marriage, Death, and Kindred Occasions among the Semites. Cincinnati.
  • Padilla, Mark William, ed. 1999. "Rites of Passage in Ancient Greece: Literature, Religion, Society." Bucknell University Press. ISBN 083875418X.
  • Turner, Victor W. 1967. Betwixt and between: the liminal period in rites de passage. Forest of symbols: aspects of the Ndembu ritual, 23–59. Ithacae: Cornell University Press
  • Turner, Victor W. 1969. The Ritual Process. Penguin.
  • Van Gennep, Arnold. 1909. Les rites de passage.
    • Van Gennep, Arnold. 1977. The Rites of Passage. Nova ed.
    • Van Gennep, Arnold. 2010. The Rites of Passage. Routledge Chapman & Hal. ISBN 9780415611565.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Wiktionary-ico-de.png Vide Ritus transitorius in Victionario.