Coming Of Age by Karen Liptak
Traditions and Rituals From Around the World

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An anthropological perspective on coming-of-age rituals in societies around the world examines elements unique to specific rituals as well as elements common to all.
 

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Published March 1, 1994 by Millbrook Press. 126 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Young Adult, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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Similarities among coming-of-age-rites (e.g., most cultures view the onset of menses as the passage into womanhood) and some striking differences (the Amazon's Yanomamis isolate girls during the first menstrual cycle;

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Similarities among coming-of-age-rites (e.g., most cultures view the onset of menses as the passage into womanhood) and some striking differences (the Amazon's Yanomamis isolate girls during the first menstrual cycle;

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