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Ritual and Social Change: A Japanese Example University School Festivals

@inproceedings{Varela2007RitualAS,
  title={Ritual and Social Change: A Japanese Example University School Festivals},
  author={Alfredo Ruiz Varela},
  year={2007}
}
Stony Brook University Libraries. SBU Graduate School in Anthropology. Lawrence Martin (Dean of Graduate School), William E. Arens – Dissertation Advisor Professor of Anthropology Anthropological Sciences, David D. Gilmore – Chairperson of Defense Professor of Anthropology Anthropological Sciences, David B Hicks Professor of Anthropology Anthropological Sciences, Gregory A. Ruf Professor of Anthropology Anthropological Sciences, Harumi Befu Professor Emeritus Department of… 
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