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한국의 통과의례 (Korean Rites of Passage)

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1. Rites of Passage (통과의례)
1) What is “Rites of Passage (통과의례)”
2) The Tree
3) Korean Rites of Passage

2. Birth Rituals
1) 삼신 할머니 (Birth Grandmother)
2) 금줄 (Forbidding Rope)
3) 백일 (A ceremony given to a hundred-day-old
baby)
4) 돌 ‘Dol’ (First Birthday)
5) 돌 잡이 ‘Dol Jabi’ (First Birthday
Selection)

3. 관례 ‘Gwallye (Coming-of-age Rituals)

4. 혼례 (Traditional Marriage Rituals)
1) 납폐 (Exchanging Valuables or
Delivering 'Ham')
2) 친영 (Wedding Ceremony)
3) 신행 (Going to the Groom's House)

5. 환갑 ‘Hwangap’ (Sixtieth Birthday)

6. 상례 ‘Sanglye’ (Funeral Rituals)

7. 제례 ‘Jaelye’ (Ancestral Rites)
1) 기제사 (memorial service held on an
anniversary of a person's death)
2) 차례 (family-memorial service)
3) 시제 (ancestor-memorial services performed
in each season of the year)

8. Conclusion
1) How and why did we lose the rites of passage?

본문내용

1. Rites of Passage (통과의례)
1) What is “Rites of Passage (통과의례)”
In 1909 a French anthropologist, Arnold van Gennep, attracted public attention by making a word “Rites of passage” while he was studying about customs in various countries. The word, Rite of passage, means a formal ceremony that people pass through from birth to death. From this time, people had studied a symbol and meaning of Rite of Passage earnestly. Traditionally, Rite of Passage such as birth, becoming an adult, marriage and funeral has an important meaning in every country. All kinds of societies have these ‘rites of passage’. However, the rite and procedure considered to be important are different, depending on the social structure or culture.

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