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SOURCE:    Historical, Philosophical, Political and Law Sciences, Culturology and Study of Art.
Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2010. № 1. P. 143-146.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Culturology
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Sarakayeva Asya Alievna
Astrahan State University
Department of History and Archival Science

Abstract. In the article the adoptions from the religions and cultures of American, African and Asian nations used by the modern American neopagans and the conflicts connected with this process are described. The strategies used by neopagans for the legitimation of these adoptions are marked out.
Key words and phrases: неоязычество, религиозная традиция, культурная идентичность, культурный конфликт, культурное заимствование, neopaganism, religious tradition, cultural identity, cultural conflict, cultural adoption
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