Perspectives on the Grateful Dead: Critical Writings

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manism’’ through incorporating the shamanic constructs (a belief in the interrelatedness of all parts of the world, the purposeful use of altered states of consciousness, shared power symbols and rituals, and a strong commitment to community), the Grateful Dead community illustrates a way in which creative music subcultures may contribute to this process.


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