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Question 1: Yet in a climate of growing nationalism and cultural self-confidence, the dances, songs, and incantations that compose the 'gut' have come to be recognized as an important aspect of ________.
History of KoreaSouth KoreaCulture of KoreaKorean Peninsula

Question 2: The rites themselves underwent a number of changes through the Silla and ________ periods.
BalhaeJoseon DynastyGoryeoKorea

Question 3: Shamans hold gut, or services, in order to gain good fortune for clients, cure illnesses by exorcising lost ________ that cling to people, or propitiate local or village gods.

Question 4: This communal rite is common in central provinces in ________.
North KoreaKorean PeninsulaSouth KoreaSeoul

Question 5: The shinbyeong is dissociated from reality and enters a higher form of ________.
IdeaConsciousnessHenri BergsonGottfried Leibniz

Question 6: A ritual called a naerim-gut cures this ________, which also serves to induct the new shaman.
Mental disorderICD-10 Chapter XVIII: Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findingsIllnessDisease

Question 7: Korean shamanism encompasses a variety of indigenous beliefs and practices that have been influenced by Buddhism and ________.
ReligionTaoismEast Asian religionsPantheism

Question 8: The ritual serves to cure the shinbyeong and also to induct the new ________.
Mircea EliadeReligionPolytheismShamanism

Question 9: Even during the Joseon Dynasty which was heavily ________, shamanistic rites persisted.
ConfuciusChinese philosophyConfucianismHan Dynasty

Question 10: They also resemble the yuta found on the Ryukyu Islands, in ________.
CanadaCambodiaJapanUnited Kingdom


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