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Abstract : The aim of this paper is to outline and briefly illustrate an approach to the analysis of ceremonial events largely inspired by the work of Gregory Bateson, in which ritual performances are envisaged as experiences afforded by the enactment of special relationships. Particular emphasis is thus placed upon the interactions that occur between ritual participants and the relational configurations these interactions imply.
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Michael Houseman. Relationality. J. Kreinath, J. Snoek, M. Stausberg. Theorizing rituals. Issues, Topics, Approaches, Concepts., Brill, pp.413-428, 2006, Numen Book Series. Studies in the History of Religions. ⟨halshs-00119419⟩

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