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Rites of Passage in Romanian Weddings Diane C. Freedman
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Rites of Passage First discussed byVan Gennep 1909 effect an individual’s change in status occur in all societies occur in life crisis situations birth puberty marriage retirement death
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Stages of the Brides Ritual Preparation Separation Transition Incorporation
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Bride is prepared by a specialist
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Her hair is woven and braided
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Each strand of beads is sewn to her hair
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The backpiece of her headdress
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Separation Phase Bride spends morning with girlfriends they circle her and dance songs bemoan her fate she asks forgiveness of parents
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Bride with women and girls on wedding morning
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Some boys of her age join in the dance
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The groom’s party enters her house
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Transition phase
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Unformatted text preview: • Groom’s party “captures” the bride • they take her to the church • groom is waiting for her • church service • followed by pre-Christian ritual plays Romanian Orthodox church service Godparents The Godmother pins a woven scarf to the costume of the bride. This is a symbol of wealth and married life as well as a practical gift. Looking at the sun through the bread- a fertility ritual Procession to the reception Best man carries the groom’s flag Arriving at the bride’s house Rituals to insure fertility Bride blesses young boy holding bread Incorporation Phase Becoming a married woman At the groom’s house, she greets her family as guests The new family...
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course SOCIAL SCI 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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