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Connor Wood, Saikou Diallo, Ross Gore and Christopher J. Lynch

Sakhalin Ainu of Hokkaido, Japan, male shamans are typically “men barred from access to regular routes for political success” (Ohnuki-Tierney, 1980, p. 211). In this sense, trance leaders may be socially marginal or anti-structural “outsiders” (Turner, 1996). Thus, while males’ monopolization of resources

Lynda McNeil

the recurrence of similar sym- bolic representations above change cross-culturally. Evenki Bear Restoration Rites A.I. Hallowell (1926) studied Northern Hemispheric (boreal) bear cults in Siberia, focusing on Tungusic groups in the Amur River and Sakhalin Island regions, and in North America. Only