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time. Childhood rites include, Cutting of the umbilical cord, Sprinkling and baths, Loss of the reminders of the umbilical cord, Naming, The first hair cut, The first meal with the family, The first teeth, first walk, first outing, Circumcision, and First dress according to sex.The above ceremonies are grouped into three main rites-rites of separation, rites of transition and rites of incorporation. Some cultures do not have a particular ceremony for a particular rite. And there are always variations in culture. The newborn child is considered sacred and the birth is only guaranteed and confirmed with the flavor of those present. The principal rite of separation is the cutting of umbilical cord and rites that surrounds the portion which dries and falls off by itself. The ceremony of first bath is also considered as a rite of separation. The above ceremonies are as well considered as part of rites of transition. Under rites of incorporation could be found naming ceremony, ritual nursing, the first tooth, etc. The first haircut is also a symbol of incorporation. The childhood period lasts from birth until the age of sixteen, as age sixteen is considered the beginning of the age of maturity. In the next chapters, initiation rites are discussed. The author exposes and brings to limelight various initiation rites among different tribes especially the “the rite of passage” between puberty and adolescence. It should be noted that these initiation rites take different forms; it can be for acceptance or separation. The author moves further to stress the point that physiological puberty is essentially different from the rites of passage that celebrate puberty (transition.) A girl’s first menstrual period is not considered a rite of passage because it is evident, but the age she is permitted to marry is considered the marking point of transition between childhood and adulthood. Furthermore, the author exposes the processes of membership in the caste system, which he believes in hereditary. Though the caste is also occupationally specialized and each person has his assigned place in a precise hierarchy. It is important to note that incorporation into the caste occurs under specified conditions: A child is incorporated through ceremonies that fall under childhood rites. More so, the tools pertaining to a given occupation assumes an important place here because it is a true rite of incorporation that places an individual in a restricted collectivity. Although one cannot move upwards from a lower caste to a higher one, a person can move in a reverse direction. In this case, the rites of incorporation either are sim
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