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  • Kahuna Healer: Learning to See with Ki.
    Foltz, Tanice G. (1994)
    New York: Garland.

    Participant observation study of an alternative healing group led by a Hawaiian Kahuna.

    Associated Search Terms: New religions; Healing; Participant observation; Medical; Hawaiian religion
  • The Social Construction of Reality in a Para-Religious Healing Group.
    Foltz, Tanice G. (1987)
    Social Compass 34:4: 397-413.

    Participant observation study of an alternative healing group led by a Hawaiian Kahuna.

    Associated Search Terms: Medical; Healing; Definition of the situation; Hawaiian religion; Participant observation; New religions
  • An Alternative Healing Group as a New Religious Form: The Use of Ritual in Becoming a Healing Practitioner.
    Foltz, Tanice G. (1985)
    In R. Kenneth Jones (ed.), Sickness and Sectarianism. Aldershot: Gower, pp. 144-157.

    Associated Search Terms: Medical; Ritual; Hawaiian religion
  • Socialization, Language and Ritual in an Alternative Healing Group: A Case Study of a New Religion.
    Foltz, Tanice G. (1985)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of California at San Diego. {DA 46:12 A, p. 3865]

    Participant observation study of an alternative healing group led by a Hawaiian Kahuna.

    Associated Search Terms: Medical; Hawaiian religion; Socialization; Healing; New religions; Participant observation
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