Contemporary Consumption Rituals: A Research Anthology

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Subject Index
Note: f indicates figure, t indicates table
A
Alcohol
abuse, 4
behavior problems associated with, 5
cost of illness of, 5
advertising of, 12–13
and the desire to drink, 17
as part of therapy, 17
and grade point average (GPA), 4
dependent, 4
related accidents, 5–6
related incidents on college campuses, 6
treatment programs, 17–18
Alcoholic, (defined), 4

B
Bastille Day, 60
Binge drinkers, (defined), 3–4
Bricolage, 237, 301
Bride price, 150
Burning Man Project, 291
altars used at, 294
Buddha altar, 295–296
Bunny altar, 298–299
magnitude of, 306–309
Mystical Frog of the Playa, 297–298
process of, 300–306
seashell altar, 306f
secret Dakini oracle altar, 307f
structure of, 294–300
quadrants, 295f
the Man, 299–300, 308
Vehicle of Enlightenment, 296–297
wedding altar, 302–303
as radical self-expression, 292
ethnography of, 293
origin of, 291–292
the desert, 308

C
Ceremonial exchange
concept of, 42
Kula, 42–41
Christmas
as fairy tale, 99–100
dramatis personae in, 103
Command paradigm, 45, 46
Cross-cultural ambivalence, 125, 143

D
Detraditionalization, 149
Disrobement (defined), 39, 47(see also ritual disrobement)
Dowry
appliance, 163
as form of wedding payment, 150
chest, 159, 160f, 161, 163
displaying, 169–171, 172f
gift, 164

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