Sacred and profane meanings of blood and alcohol
Journal of Social Psychology • Vol/Iss. 64 • Published In • Pages: 27-43 •
By Klausner, Samuel Z.
". . . that where blood is considered holy, as indicated by the existence of a severe menstrual taboo, blood will tend not to be used secularly; nor will alcohol, its symbolic equivalent, tend to be drunk heavily in purely secular situations" (39)
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Alcohol And Blood Not Used Secularly||UNKNOWN||Alcoholic Beverages|
|Blood Considered Holy||UNKNOWN||Menstruation|