Title: A Look At Neo-Paganism through Ethnography

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Subject: Religion
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Date: August 30, 2016
Level: University
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After many years, the Neo-Pagan community has cleared up many misconceptions through the showing that many of them do not engage in activities, and are rather participating in a religion, just as those would that participate in a Christian community. It's unacceptance continues, perhaps due to its non-conformity to the ideal of worshipping a Christian God...

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Through the use of ethnography, anthropologists and sociologists are able to present the public with a much different view than what we are bombarded with in popular media. Sabina Magliocco, in her book Witching Culture, takes her readers into the culture of the Neo-Pagan cults in America and focus upon what it reveals about identity and belief in 21st century America...

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