A cross-cultural study of dissociational states
The Ohio State University Research Foundation • Columbus, Ohio • Published In • Pages: i-303 •
By Bourguignon, Erika
Each trance type will be associated with a particular profile of societal characteristics, and will predominate in one (and to a lesser extent in a second) of the six major ethnographic regions (46).
Trance Type 1 generally indicates least complexity and Type 3 the most. Notably, "the characteristics of the Type profile and the regional profile tend to coincide"(46). Trance Type 1 predominates in North America, and, to a lesser extent, in South America. Type 3 predominates in Sub-Saharan Africa, and, to a lesser extent, in the Circum-Mediterranean. Type 2 is intermediary, and can be found in East Eurasia and the Insular Pacific.(46)
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