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Practical mythology is not studying some exotic event/phenomenon but a rather useful way to re-order your/our daily realities to changed environments. We humans need rituals to transform these realities.

(Nederlands) Gebruik alcohol is een zwaktebod om je high te voelen

Sorry, this entry is only available in Dutch.

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ONLY A TINY BIT…

only a tiny bit I see… to wonder again and again my life on this earth loved ONES as WE see more how many of us does it take in Grace …. Sacred Spaces learning to see as WE again

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(Nederlands) Cultuur- en Gendersensitief werken vanuit Beschermjassen

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Young Men as Whistleblowers (Dirck van Bekkum forthcoming 2019)

(read HERE the contents and summary of the book which contains 20 publications of the author between 1992-2017) In the past decades, criminal, dangerous, violent, and radicalizing young men have drawn much attention in social sciences and public debates. Hardly any

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(Nederlands) Zijn families zelfsturende systemen met zelfherstellende vermogens?

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Only Indigenous Communities Will Survive

The ‘Standing Rock Sioux’ native American Vine Deloria jr. published in 1972 a book ‘We Talk, You Listen’ which was in German translated as’Ony Tribes Wil Survive (Nur Stämme werden überleben).

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(Deutsch) AMT FÜR UNLÖSCHBARE PROBLEME (Bazon Brock)

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Football and Indigenous Communities

Football (transgenerational fan) communities and indigenous communities have more in common from an anthropological gaze as we might expect. Anthropology, for already 150 years, tries to understand what are differences and similarities between small-scale and our large-scale (national) societies. From

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