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The use of post-hypnotic suggestions for Aids prevention in Tanzania. A study on the Possible relations between female initiation rites and modern forms of communication: from the rites of passage to the modern pictographic techniques
Journal Title: IPNOSI 
Author/s: Ruggero Dargenio, Cristina Nicolini 
Year:  2017 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  19 Pg. 39-57 FullText PDF:  497 KB
DOI:  10.3280/IPN2017-002003
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The authors investigate the rites of passage belonging to the Tanzanian tradi-tion, especially the female initiation rite of Unyago, relating them with different forms of modern communication used by international NGOs and local government projects for the prevention of HIV/AIDS. The first objective is to understand the effectiveness of traditional cultural instruments to convey an educational mes-sage to the young Tanzanian women through modality that are able to induce a real trance. The second objective is to highlight, in the forms of contemporary communication, aimed to support the fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS in the country, elements that remind, as true post-hypnotic signals, the suggestions received during the Unyago rite of passage.
Keywords: HIV/AIDS, rites of passage/initiation, pictographic techniques, trance, post-hypnotic suggestions, Tanzania.

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Ruggero Dargenio, Cristina Nicolini, The use of post-hypnotic suggestions for Aids prevention in Tanzania. A study on the Possible relations between female initiation rites and modern forms of communication: from the rites of passage to the modern pictographic techniques in "IPNOSI" 2/2017, pp. 39-57, DOI:10.3280/IPN2017-002003

   

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