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LE RITE ENCHANTANT LA CONCORDE

Claude Rivière
Cahiers Internationaux de Sociologie
NOUVELLE SÉRIE, Vol. 92, NOS RITES PROFANES (Janvier-Juin 1992), pp. 5-29
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40690482
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Abstract

La problématique du rite, grâce aux sociologues et anthropologues : Durkheim, Cazeneuve, Goffman, Turner, Balandier notamment, s'est émancipée d'une analyse de type religieux en même temps que de ses attaches aux mythes cosmogoniques. On lit désormais le rite en fonction de son lien à l'ordre défini, et aux formes de communication répétitives à but intégratif et anxiolytique. A travers les rites profanes du sport, du voyage, de la commensalité, du paraître, sont saisies quelques bribes de l'enchantement du quotidien dans les sociétés contemporaines. Thanks to sociologists and anthropologists (in particular, Durkheim, Cazeneuve, Goffman, Turner and Balandier), the problem of rites has been freed from both a religious type of analysis and ties to cosmogonie myths. Henceforth, it can be interpreted in terms of its links to the defined order and to repetitive forms of communication with goals of integration and anxietyrelief. Through lay rites of sports, travel, commensality and keeping up appearances, light can be shed on a few ways everyday life in contemporary societies is enchanted.

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