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Ramon 1213
Ramon 1213
Ramon 1213
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    • 1. The Tribal Initiation RiteAnthropologists have studied the ways of this perplexing tribe for years now. In this culture, greatattention is paid to adolescence and a number of customs and traditions have emerged whichrevolve around that period in a tribesman’s life.
    • 2. The Tribal Initiation RiteAnthropologists have studied the ways of this perplexing tribe for years now. In this culture, greatattention is paid to adolescence and a number of customs and traditions have emerged whichrevolve around that period in a tribesman’s life.The tribe holds a ceremony where the youth are initiated into adult society. Young initiates aregrouped together on some high place to which they have marched while still younger tribe membersbeat and blow upon musical instruments. The kinsmen of the initiates watch with pride oftenunleashing sacred “howls” for the rest of the tribe to hear.
    • 3. The Tribal Initiation RiteAnthropologists have studied the ways of this perplexing tribe for years now. In this culture, greatattention is paid to adolescence and a number of customs and traditions have emerged whichrevolve around that period in a tribesman’s life.The tribe holds a ceremony where the youth are initiated into adult society. Young initiates aregrouped together on some high place to which they have marched while still younger tribe membersbeat and blow upon musical instruments. The kinsmen of the initiates watch with pride oftenunleashing sacred “howls” for the rest of the tribe to hear.The initiates are dressed in the finest clothing though obscured by the ceremonial black or somber-colored robe garments which suggest the sacred nature of this important tradition. The initiatesare nervous as they ceremonially pass from childhood to adulthood but they smile bravely and lookup to acknowledge the howls of their kinsmen and to seek the favor of the gods.
    • 4. The Tribal Initiation Rite Anthropologists have studied the ways of this perplexing tribe for years now. In this culture, great attention is paid to adolescence and a number of customs and traditions have emerged which revolve around that period in a tribesman’s life. The tribe holds a ceremony where the youth are initiated into adult society. Young initiates are grouped together on some high place to which they have marched while still younger tribe members beat and blow upon musical instruments. The kinsmen of the initiates watch with pride often unleashing sacred “howls” for the rest of the tribe to hear. The initiates are dressed in the finest clothing though obscured by the ceremonial black or somber- colored robe garments which suggest the sacred nature of this important tradition. The initiates are nervous as they ceremonially pass from childhood to adulthood but they smile bravely and look up to acknowledge the howls of their kinsmen and to seek the favor of the gods.“Make the familiar strange to make the strange familiar”.
    • 5. One day without transition, Ramon [commented], "In the beginning," he said, "God gave to every people a cup, a cup of clay, and from this cup theydrank their life." In the mind of this humble Indianthe figure of speech was clear and full of meaning. "They all dipped in the water," he continued, "buttheir cups were different. Our cup is broken now. It has passed away."
    • 6. One day without transition, Ramon [commented], "In the beginning," he said, "God gave to every people a cup, a cup of clay, and from this cup theydrank their life." In the mind of this humble Indianthe figure of speech was clear and full of meaning. "They all dipped in the water," he continued, "buttheir cups were different. Our cup is broken now. It has passed away." Explain the “cup”metaphor. Was it fairthat Ramon’s cup was broken? Explain.
    • 7. The Tribal Initiation RiteAnthropologists have studied the ways of this perplexing tribe for years now. In this culture, greatattention is paid to adolescence and a number of customs and traditions have emerged whichrevolve around that period in a tribesman’s life.The tribe holds a ceremony where the youth are initiated into adult society. Young initiates aregrouped together on some high place to which they have marched while still younger tribe membersbeat and blow upon musical instruments. The kinsmen of the initiates watch with pride oftenunleashing sacred “howls” for the rest of the tribe to hear.The initiates are dressed in the finest clothing though obscured by the ceremonial black or somber-colored robe garments which suggest the sacred nature of this important tradition. The initiatesare nervous as they ceremonially pass from childhood to adulthood but they smile bravely and lookup to acknowledge the howls of their kinsmen and to seek the favor of the gods.
    • 8. ` The Tribal Initiation Rite Anthropologists have studied the ways of this perplexing tribe for years now. In this culture, great attention is paid to adolescence and a number of customs and traditions have emerged which revolve around that period in a tribesman’s life. The tribe holds a ceremony where the youth are initiated into adult society. Young initiates are grouped together on some high place to which they have marched while still younger tribe members beat and blow upon musical instruments. The kinsmen of the initiates watch with pride often unleashing sacred “howls” for the rest of the tribe to hear. The initiates are dressed in the finest clothing though obscured by the ceremonial black or somber- colored robe garments which suggest the sacred nature of this important tradition. The initiates are nervous as they ceremonially pass from childhood to adulthood but they smile bravely and look up to acknowledge the howls of their kinsmen and to seek the favor of the gods.
    • 9. ` The Tribal Initiation Rite Anthropologists have studied the ways of this perplexing tribe for years now. In this culture, great attention is paid to adolescence and a number of customs and traditions have emerged which revolve around that period in a tribesman’s life. The tribe holds a ceremony where the youth are initiated into adult society. Young initiates are grouped together on some high place to which they have marched while still younger tribe members beat and blow upon musical instruments. The kinsmen of the initiates watch with pride often unleashing sacred “howls” for the rest of the tribe to hear. The initiates are dressed in the finest clothing though obscured by the ceremonial black or somber- colored robe garments which suggest the sacred nature of this important tradition. The initiates are nervous as they ceremonially pass from childhood to adulthood but they smile bravely and look up to acknowledge the howls of their kinsmen and to seek the favor of the gods.“Make the familiar strange to make the strange familiar”.

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