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Shamanism: Quiz


Question 1: [41] Shamanism has also been used in New Age therapies which use enactment and association with other realities as an intervention[178][179] (see also ________)
First NationsPlastic shamanSweat lodgeCultural appropriation

Question 2: Other fieldworks use ________ concepts and ecological considerations to understand the shaman's lore.
Niklas LuhmannTalcott ParsonsSystems theorySociology

Question 3: Shamans may exhibit a ________ identity, assuming the dress, attributes, role or function of the opposite sex, gender fluidity and/or same-sex sexual orientation.
Two-SpiritThird genderTransgenderTranssexualism

Question 4: [43] It is the control over helping spirits that is characteristic mainly to shamans, the laic people use ________, spells, formulas, songs.
AmuletHoly waterSacramentalsRosary

Question 5: Many laic people have felt experiences that are usually attributed to the shamans of those Eskimo groups: experiencing daydreaming, reverie, ________ is not restricted to shamans.
ReligionReligious ecstasyPsychedelics, dissociatives and deliriantsTrance

Question 6: The beating of the ________ allows the shaman to achieve an altered state of consciousness or to travel on a journey.
DrumDafNaqarehGoblet drum

Question 7: European-based Neoshamanic traditions are focused upon the researched or imagined traditions of ancient ________, where many mystical practices and belief systems were suppressed by the Christian church.
Eastern EuropeBalkansWestern EuropeEurope

Question 8: Part of this criticism involves the notion of ________.
Cultural appropriationHibernophileSinophileFrancophile

Question 9: The term "shaman" is a loan from the Turkic[5][6][7][8] word šamán, the term for such a practitioner, which also gained currency in the wider Turko-Mongol and Tungusic cultures in ancient ________.
North AsiaSiberiaUral MountainsRussia

Question 10: ________, such as the one pictured to the right, are summoned in order to "purge" the unwholesome spirits from a person.
PolytheismShamanismMircea EliadeReligion

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