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Author Hartz, Paula.

Title Shinto / by Paula R. Hartz ; series editors, Joanne O'Brien and Martin Palmer.

Publication Info. New York : Chelsea House Publishers, [2009]
2009

Copies

Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Julia Hull DL Juvenile Non-Fiction - JHLY-14  J 299.561 HAR    AVAILABLE
 Moline PL Juvenile Non-Fiction - MPLG-6  J 299.561 HAR    AVAILABLE
 Moline PL Juvenile Non-Fiction - MPLG-6  J 299.561 HAR    AVAILABLE
Edition 3rd ed.
Description 144 pages : color illustrations, color map, photographs ; 25 cm.
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series World religions
World religions.
Summary Developed in prehistoric times, Shinto is the true expression of what it means to be Japanese. Less a formal religious statement than a deeply ingrained way of life, the rituals, traditions, and values of Shinto have both shaped and been shaped by Japanese culture.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 138-139) and index.
Contents Introduction: Shinto and Japanese life -- The mythic origins of Shinto -- Early Shinto and its Chinese influences -- Japanese religion in medieval times -- Shinto and Japanese nationalism: 1868-1945 -- Shinto belief and ritual -- The Shinto year: festivals and rites of passage -- Sacred places and spaces -- Shinto today.
Note Chelsea House and Facts on File are both imprints of Infobase Publishing.
Subject Shinto -- Juvenile literature.
Shinto.
ISBN 9781604131130 (acid-free paper)
1604131136 (acid-free paper)

 
    
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