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(New page: {{SocPsy}} Nonreligious rites are socially endorsed ceremonies that publically acknowledge a new social state of affairs. eg the coming of age, the membership of a social group, the use of...)
 
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* [[Religious practices]]
 
* [[Religious practices]]
 
* [[Rites of passage]]
 
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[[Category:Social psychology]]
 
[[Category:Social psychology]]

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Nonreligious rites are socially endorsed ceremonies that publically acknowledge a new social state of affairs. eg the coming of age, the membership of a social group, the use of tattooing or other cosmetic techniques to indicate membership of a gang. etc.


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