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 11/17/10 FAMILY RITUALS Name some:
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 11/17/10 WHAT WE DO… HOW WE DO IT… Why and When  we do what we do and how it is  done—is something else… FOR EXAMPLE CHRISTMAS
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 11/17/10 Tradition or Ritual?? A Ritual is an action  or series of actions  which express a belief. Many Catholic rituals  are based originally  upon Jewish tradition; e.g.  A Tradition is the  collective experience  upon which a belief is  based. Baptism, Anointing,  Passover, Atonement Rituals Traditions
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 11/17/10 NEW YEARS The observances of New Year's Day mainly  rest, as was said in  VI, on the principle that  “a good beginning makes a good ending,” that  as the first day is so will the rest be.  If you would have plenty to eat during the  year, dine lavishly on New Year's Day, if you  would be rich see that your pockets are not  empty at this critical season, if you would be  lucky avoid like poison at this of all times  everything of ill omen.
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Click to edit Master subtitle style  11/17/10 v Family rituals  have been identified as: ~ powerful organizers of family life  ~ that  provide stability during times of  stress and transition  (Bossard and Boll  1950).  http://family.jrank.org/pages/577/Family-Rituals.html#ixzz0jaN
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Click to edit Master subtitle style  11/17/10 Researchers have discovered that  rituals provide access to  how the family, as a group, is organized and finds meaning in their collective lives. Such studies have found that  there is  developmental  course  to the practice of  family rituals (Fiese et al. 1993); 
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 11/17/10 Several authors have proposed  typologies of family rituals  Janine Roberts (1988) identified six ways in  which families approach rituals.  Under-ritualized  families Skewed ritualization   hollow rituals   interrupted rituals  
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