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Rituals, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education

(Critical Studies in Education and Culture Series)

by Kathleen Manning

  • 208 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Bergin & Garvey .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Customs & folklore,
  • Higher & further education,
  • Popular Culture - General,
  • College Life,
  • Pop Arts / Pop Culture,
  • Education,
  • USA,
  • Social aspects,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Higher,
  • Education / Higher,
  • Education, Higher,
  • Educational anthropology,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8267863M
    ISBN 100897895045
    ISBN 109780897895040

    Rituals, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education Organizational Theory in Higher Education offers a fresh take on the models and lenses through which higher education can be viewed by presenting a full range of organizational theories, from traditional to current. This important book is ideal for courses in higher education. The repetitive, care-free nature of rituals can be very healing as they provide an opportunity for effortlessness, and even enable you to surrender to a higher power or act. The term “ritual” sometimes has a negative connotation; this is unfortunate since most rituals send positive energy, thoughts, and actions into the universe.

    Rituals, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education By Kathleen Manning Bergin & Garvey, Read preview Overview Search for more books and articles on . In a social context, those individuals or groups who manage to avoid the impure are accorded increased respect. Still, another feature is a belief in the efficacy of sacrifice, including survivals of Vedic , sacrifices may include the performance of offerings in a regulated manner, with the preparation of sacred space, recitation of texts, and the manipulation of objects.

      The following is an excerpt from “Understanding Campus Cultures” by Rebecca McBride Bustamante in Careers in Student Affairs: A Holistic Guide to Professional Development in Higher Education. "Cross, Bazron, Dennis, and Isaacs () originally proposed a developmental model of cultural competence for mental health organizations, and Sue () . Approaches and Methods (, co-edited with Frances Stage); Rituals, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education (); Enhancing the Multicultural Campus Environment: A Cultural Brokering Approach (, with Frances Stage); .


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Rituals, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education by Kathleen Manning Download PDF EPUB FB2

The purpose of the book is to explore campus culture as revealed through rituals and ceremonies. While rituals are unique to each campus, this book discusses higher education ceremonies and traditions and offers explanations about the roles they play in building and maintaining campus culture.

by: College students and graduates have fond memories of campus events such as commencement, founder's days, convocations, and baccalaureate. These events, defined as rites of passage, secular ceremonies, or cultural performances, create a special feel to a.

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Rituals, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education. Critical Studies in Education and Culture Series. Manning, Kathleen. This book examines the commonplace rituals and ceremonies that play a central role in college and university culture; it examines how people build, learn, and transform culture in ways that create meaning and give Cited by: 3.

The purpose of the book is to explore campus culture as revealed through rituals and ceremonies. While rituals are unique to each campus, this book discusses higher education ceremonies and traditions and offers explanations about the roles they play in building and maintaining campus culture.

Manning combines educational research /5(4). Download Citation | Ritual, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education (review) | The Journal of Higher Education () Manning's primary aim in this book is to invite. Get this from a library. Ritual, ceremonies, and cultural meaning in higher education.

[Kathleen Manning] -- Manning explores the reasons why colleges and universities across the nation often carry on the same traditions within their social structure, including inauguration ceremonies of presidents and.

Foreword The Rituals of Higher Education Presidential Inauguration Rites of Passage: Structuralism Charter Day Secular Ceremonies: Action, Order, and Evocation Second Semester Convocation Structure, Communitas, and Liminality Baccalaureate Cultural Performances: Rehearsals and Informality Junior Show Messages, Meanings, and Root Paradigms Mary.

Book Reviews Rituals, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education, by Kathleen Manning. Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey, pp. $ PETER M. MAGOLDA, Miami University Manning's primary aim in this book is to invite readers to view higher education through a cultural lens by blending cornerstones of an.

Book Title: Rituals Ceremonies and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education Author: Kathleen Manning Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group Release Date: Pages: ISBN: Available Language: English, Spanish, And French. Rituals, ceremonies, and cultural meaning in higher education / Kathleen Manning.

LC M26 Narratives of marginalized identities in higher education: inside and outside the academy / edited by Santosh Khadka, Joanna Davis-McElligatt, and Keith Dorwick.

critical and cultural studies issues (e.g., resistance, struggle, power) into her constructivist tapestry. Despite the unusual placement of this important book in this series, Rituals, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education makes an important contribution to the higher education and educational an-thropology literature.

Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Rituals, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education av Kathleen Manning på 44 PEDIATRIC NURSING/January-February /Vol. 32/No. 1 Cross-Cultural Beliefs, Ceremonies, and Rituals Surrounding Death of a Loved One Sandra L.

LobarCited by: conformity, same book, relatively equal, get hired as group to company and promoted as group, work together, in school master the same skills and knowledge Cultural Capital privileges from being in a certain social location; parents that are highly educated, push to bring home high grades, have cultural experiences of translating into higher.

Rituals, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education Book Manning, Kathleen Bergin & Garvey, Westport, CT LCM26 Topics: Religion and Academia | Academic Histories and Contexts. Higher Education Comment Card. ceremonies, and rituals that are passed on from one generation to the next via an oral or written medium.

Culturally shared traditions b. Culturally shared beliefs c. Cultural norms d. Cultural values. Music and images produced by Snoop Dogg, Beyoncé Knowles, and other musical artists, belong to what level. Symbols, sagas, rites, and rituals: An overview of organizational culture in libraries Jason Martin Whether as a fresh graduate of library school or a seasoned librarian, starting a job at a new library can be a daunting by: 5.

Cross-Cultural Beliefs, Ceremonies, and Rituals Surrounding Death of a Loved One Sandra L. Lobar JoAnne M.

Youngblut Dorothy Brooten The purpose of this qualitative study was to describe practices surrounding death of a loved one by European, Asian, Caribbean, Central American, and South American families living in the United States.

Together the two definitions state that rituals prescribe an order for traditional performances in which people who take the performances seriously find an unspecified meaning.

A more helpful definition is this: “Religious ceremonies are ordinary social customs and forms transferred to dealings with supernatural powers.”. If we research commencement as a rite of passage, we may want general background on higher education rituals.

We can use a book such as Ritual, Ceremonies, and Cultural Meaning in Higher Education (Manning, ). We may want to analyze a source: That source would be our exhibit (Bizup,p.?).Many religions involve ideas or rituals that could be described as “magical” and the relationship between religion and magic is complex.

In his book A General Theory of Magic (), Marcel Mauss suggested that religion and magic were two opposite poles on a spectrum of spiritual beliefs. Magic was at one end of the spectrum; it was private.(Robert H.

Winthrop) The works provide a multi- cultural, historical perspective of the study of rituals. In studying rituals, the authors explore the meaning, function and significance of ritual in hopes of understanding both human nature and the individual identity.