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Sted, myte og identitet i det spirituelle Glastonbury

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Show simple item record Sollid, Vivian 2012-10-25T05:36:19Z 2012-10-25T05:36:19Z 2012-09-03 2012-09-03 eng
dc.description.abstract This paper is on how people in Glastonbury relates to myth, narratives and place in the building of personal identity. It does this through discussing how there in the communication between people is a sort of reservoir of spiritual ideas that can be combined in many different ways. In this project five interviews have been conducted and the results from these interviews are that the people of Glastonbury are very different individual, but they do have similarities in the way in which they conceive the world. This balance between places, myth, personal narratives are further investigated through theories from many different traditions. The construction of me is not only based on personal preferences, but also on other peoples stories, your own experience with place and the vast reservoir of ideas you can take ideas from. eng
dc.format.extent 1941416 bytes eng
dc.format.mimetype application/pdf eng
dc.language.iso nob eng
dc.publisher The University of Bergen eng
dc.rights Copyright the author. All rights reserved eng
dc.subject Identitetsutvikling eng
dc.subject Glastonbury eng
dc.subject Spiritualitet
dc.subject Nye religioner
dc.subject Stedstilhørighet
dc.subject Myter
dc.subject Identitet
dc.title Sted, myte og identitet i det spirituelle Glastonbury eng
dc.type Master thesis eng Master i Religionsvitenskap eng
dc.type.course RELV350 eng
dc.subject.archivecode Mastergrad eng
dc.subject.nus 714999 eng
dc.type.program MAHF-RELV eng

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