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The Ḥamadsha; a study in Moroccan ethnopsychiatry.


Berkeley, University of California Press [1973] .
ISBN 0520045106, 0520022416, 9780520045101, 9780520022416

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
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BP 189.7 .H342 C72 Available Request
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BP189.7.H342 C72 Available Request
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Subjects Broederschappen.
Ceremonial Behavior -- Morocco.
Ethnopsychology -- Morocco.
Etnopsychiatrie.
Hamadsha.
Heiligen.
Ḥamadsha.
Ḥamādisha.
Islam.
Religion and Psychology -- Morocco.
Soefisme.
Description xiv, 258 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-248).
Contents Part one. 1. Historical origins : sufism -- 2. The saints and the orders -- 3. The legends -- Part two. 4. The saints' villages -- 5. The lodges of Meknes -- 6. The shantytown teams -- 7. The circle of exchange -- Part three. 8. The theory of therapy -- 9. The pilgrimage -- 10. The Ḥadra -- 11. The explanation of therapy.
Genre Hamadsha.
Geographic Area Morocco
Network Numbers (OCoLC)715509
(OCoLC)ocm00715509
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Crapanzano, Vincent, 1939-
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