Secrecy A Cross Cultural Perspective

Author: Stanton K. Tefft
Publisher: Human Sciences Pr
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Essays discuss the nature of privacy and secrecy, their perception in other cultures, and their application in business, organizations, and intelligence work

The Gospel Of John In Cultural And Rhetorical Perspective

Author: Jerome H. Neyrey
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 0802848664
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See B. Laslett, “The Family as a Public and Private Institution: An Historical
Perspective,” Journal of Marriage and the Family 35 (1973): 480-92; J. S. Victor, “
Privacy, Intimacy and Shame in a French Community,” Secrecy: A Cross-Cultural
Perspective, ed. S. K. Tefft (New York: Human Sciences Press, 1980) 100-103; C.
and B. Warren, “Privacy and Secrecy: A Conceptual Comparison,” Secrecy: A
Cross-Cultural Perspective, 25-34. 7. C. Geertz, “The Bazaar Economy:
Information and ...

National Geographic Learning Reader Gender Roles A Cross Cultural Perspective

Author: National Geographic Learning
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 128540243X
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ANATOMY OF A BURMESE BEAUTY SECRET In “Anatomy of a Burmese Beauty
Secret,” John M. Keshishian investigates a tribal custom practiced by the
Padaung tribeswomen in Burma. When a girl is five, coils are wound around her
neck, eventually pushing down her collarbones and ribs to the point that her neck
appears to have grown longer, up to a foot. Keshishian explains that “the practice
of wearing them helps maintain individual and tribal identity.” As you read “
Anatomy of ...

Secrecy And Concealment

Author: Hans Hans Gerhard Kippenberg
Publisher: BRILL
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... than with our modern constructs of what constitutes a "mystery",40 and, another
, that initiation into the Eleusinian, as in the other mysteries, was equivalent to
adoption by the presiding deity.41 Although the. 32 Hans Dieter Betz, Galatians (
Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1979), 208-209, also 185-186. 33 Wach, 1 10;
Stanton K. Tefft (ed.), Secrecy: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (New York: Human
Sciences Press, 1980), 329. 34 Poland, 503 513; Robin Lane Fox, 84 89. «
Garland, 143.

Government Secrecy

Author: Susan Maret
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 0857243896
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... relationship of secrecy with conspiracy theory, knowledge production,
information policy, privacy, national security, scientific openness, political and
civil rights, and ultimately as an integral element of human relationships. In part,
this volume is influenced by cultural anthropologist Stanton K. Tefft's (1980)
important anthology Secrecy, a Cross-Cultural Perspective that presented
secrecy, or the intentional concealment of information, ''in different historical,
cultural, community, political, ...

Winged Faith

Author: Tulasi Srinivas
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231520522
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Sacrifice. New York: Academic. Bowen, David. 1988. The Sathya Sai Baba
Community in Bradford: Its Origins and Development, Religious Beliefs and
Practices. Leeds: University of Leeds Press. Boyer, M. Christine. 1977. The City
of Collective Memory: Its Historical Imagery and Architectural Entertainments.
Cambridge: MIT Press. Brandt, Elizabeth. 1980. “On Secrecy and the Control of
Knowledge:Taos Pueblo.” In S. T. Tefft, ed., Secrecy: A Cross-Cultural
Perspective, pp. 123–146.

Women And Music In Cross Cultural Perspective

Author: Ellen Koskoff
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252060571
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The iemoto system is a complex network of behavioral and personal
interrelationships that is basic to Japanese culture and is analogous to the
traditional family unit. It is found in the manual crafts, martial arts, and tea
ceremony as well as the ... One activity not discussed in English-language
sources and in which Ayanosuke would have participated concerns the use of a
secret language (Okada 1953:130). The secret words made it possible for the
female tayu to discuss potential ...

Cross Cultural Perspectives On Educational Research

Author: Robinson-Pant, Anna
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They took me as one of them, but still problems arose when you asked questions
which touched on people's beliefs, norms and values, especially if you were not
of their tribal culture or their religious persuasion. ... secret. In fact, they believed
that if they divulged this secret the medicine would not work. There were the
unfortunate ones who got pregnancies from the traditional healer; and as a result,
they divorced their husbands. Others performed abortions, while others became
the ...

Cross Cultural Perspectives On Couples With Mixed Hiv Status Beyond Positive Negative

Author: Asha Persson
Publisher: Springer
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I disclosed my status to him early on because I loved him so much and couldn't
be free knowing that I was carrying such a secret. I had to tell him to know if he
really wanted to be with me. (Woman with diagnosed HIV) The above extract
illustrates how secret-keeping was perceived by the participant as a significant
burden, from which freedom was obtained through disclosure. The absence of
secrecy was regarded as vital in developing or maintaining a close relationship.
However ...

Cross Cultural Perspectives On Hagiographical Strategies

Author: Massimo A. Rondolino
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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As Andrew Quintman has shown, the Buchen Chunyi certainly seems to have
maintained a high status among the Kagyü cultural milieu, particularly in the
community of its ascetics and Tantric practitioners.90 Yet, it also appears to have
been a secret text that was transmitted as part of the lineage teachings within the
Kagyü yogic community.91 On the one hand, this would suggest that Tsangnyön
Heruka's source text was most probably a well-known document within the same
Tantric ...