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Saman Culture Research in Social Life of Qidan Nationality

Author: DuMeiLin
Tutor: RenZhongShu
School: Bohai University
Course: History of Ancient China
Keywords: Qidan nationality the social life saman culture
CLC: B933
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2014
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Abstract


The Qidan nationality is one of the mang northern nationalities of belief in Shamanism.The era in which Qidan nationality lived is an important stage of Shaman culture inheritanceand development.In the Qidan society,not only to retain the original color of the Shamanculture, but also gives the Shamanism with new contents and concepts, promote thedevelopment and evolution of the shaman culture.Shaman culture is rooted in shamanism.Shamanism is a primitive religion of some Altailanguage nationalities in the north of our country general belief.Shaman culture derived byShamanism to include multiple fields of religion,philosophy,literature,art,etc.The Qidannationality originally living between in the Sila Mulun River and Laoha River which is coldand windy.Natural environment is relatively poor,nomadic and hunting and fishing is the mainmode of production,so shamanism and shaman culture has become their natural choice.TheShaman is the core of shamanism,in the early society of Qidan witch witch have a high socialstatus.Therefore,the authorities often dressed as a shaman to establish and consolidate thedominant position.Shamanism is dominant in the era Since the Qidan ethnic formation to theestablishment of the regime.With the more frequent contacts with the Han nationality and theneeds to maintain the regime.The prominent position of Shamanism was gradually replaced.its influence places as the form of Shaman culture which penetrate into the social life of theQidan and a profound impact on all aspects of social life of Qidan nationality.Through the collation and analysis of the historical materials.we can see a strong imprintof shaman cultural in the military activities and royal etiquette,and custom of funeral,festivalrituals, disease treatment of Qidan nationality.While shamanism bound people’s minds, but italso have deeply impact on keeping independence of Qidan nationality,enhancing militarycapabilities,improving national cohesion, maintaining political stability.Impact of shaman culture on northern minorities lasts from ancient society to today.While the Shaman culture of the Qidan nationality is particularly eye-catching and profoundimpact in this vast cultural history.

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