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Ethno-pagan web rhetoric: an empirical analysis In order to answer the first research question of this study concerning the similarities and the differences between Zalmoxian and Shamanist groups' web rhetoric, we shall perform two types of analysis: on the one hand, we are going to look at web rhetoric style and compare one Romanian and one Hungarian Ethno-pagan organization along three comprehensive criteria.
The purpose of this analysis is to establish weather they employ Web 2. Web rhetoric style of Romanian and Hungarian Ethno-pagan organizations As Hocks put it, visual rhetoric used for persuasion is not a new communication strategy, but its importance has been amplified by the visual and interactive nature of hypertext and multimedia writing.
Hocks has developed a comprehensive framework for analyzing rhetorical style in digital environments of the World Wide Web: I. Audience Stance: The ways in which the audience is invited to participate in online documents and the ways in which the author creates an ethos that requires, encourages, or even discourages different kinds of interactivity for that audience.
Transparency: The ways in which online documents relate to established conventions like those of print, graphic design, film, and Web pages. The more the online document borrows from familiar conventions, the more transparent it is to the audience.
Hybridity: The ways in which online documents combine and construct visual and verbal designs. Hybridity also encourages both authors and audiences to recognize and construct multifaceted identities. Hocks' framework of visual rhetoric analysis matches the criteria developed by Marc Deuze related to online journalism as compared to offline journalism: interactivity audience stance , hipertextuality transparency and multimediality hybridity.
We shall apply this framework for comparing and contrasting the types of rhetoric used by Romanian and Hungarian Ethno-pagan organizations in online environments. A visual rhetoric that employs mostly the traditional, text-centered tools of the printed media--let us tag it "Web 1.
In contrast, a "Web 2. Both Ethno-pagan organizations under study--the Gebeleizis Association, a Romanian Zalmoxian group, and the Tengri Babba Community, a Hungarian Shamanist group, have well documented websites, with strong visual identities, and rich English language content, suggesting an opening up to global audiences, but also a proof of the spiritual leaders' connections abroad.
Gebeleizis Association's website is dominated by dark colors, ancient Pagan symbols explained in detail, and a series of war symbols overtly related to the Nordic mythology, as well as Romanian section-titles in Norse runes. The concept of the website design and the organization itself is declared to be the intellectual propriety of Hank Schmidt.
We could also find out via search engines that the domain name has been registered in Florida, USA, under the same person's name.
However, the most visible member of the organization in Andrei Molnar, one of the three co-founders, given his open confrontation with the police and the lawsuits against Romanian authorities.
The Tengri Babba Community website has a more light color-based design, with rich ancient mythological symbols encapsulated in the navigation buttons: shaman drum, Hungarian runes and a life tree in the centre of the page, suggesting the link between the earth and the sky. Natural elements are reiterated through photos, drawings and textual messages. The title of the website--Solyomfi Nagy Zoltan--is the name of the community's guru.
Most of the web-page content is signed by him, even the audio content folk songs composed and co-interpreted by the leader. After applying the web rhetoric style assessment framework presented above, we summarized in a comprehensive chart the level of interactivity, hypertextuality and multimediality of the two Ethno-pagan organizations. To conclude, both organizations' websites are in the Web 1. Rhetorical performance of the Ethno-pagan organizations In order to perform a more detailed web rhetoric analysis, we applied the Aristotelian framework customized for organizational rhetoric, according to a recent model developed by Mary Hoffman and Debra Ford.
Both organizations make visible efforts to build credibility ethos , to persuade audiences about their values, and to build rational arguments in favor of their cause.
Religious organizations not only propose activities or specific cultural services, but also advocate for a distinctive lifestyle. We summarized the key features of these persuasion tools in the table below: We have chosen two Ethno-pagan organizations in order to assess their web rhetoric performance, according to Aristotelian criteria. Surprisingly, although the two organizations are at comparable levels of institutionalization and value clarification, and both relying on ethnic value legitimating practices, we have found more differences than similarities.
Ethos and social legitimation shows a bureaucratic approach on the Romanian organization side, and a traditionalist, charismatic legitimation approach on the Hungarian organization side. Significant differences were found related to pathos elements as well: while the Romanian Paganist organization seeks arguments and roots in the Northern European warrior mythologies, the Hungarian shamanist group is connected to Central Asian traditions. By the same token, Zalmoxian youngsters under study are more confrontative and politically engaged to the far right ethnic supremacist discourse, while the Tengri Shamanist group seems to be more neutral politically--perhaps due to the middle aged guru.
Argumentation strategies, beyond stating different claims, differ in terms of evidence and reasoning: the Tengri community is more concerned with persuasion through examples a whole series of activities presented, and the guru's CV displayed , while the Zalmoxian group is more concerned with confronting religious and political status quo and deductive arguments rooted in their foundation documents.
Given the narrow scope of such empirical analysis, it has a mere heuristic function: to generate questions and assumptions for future research: is Ethno-pagan political involvement a matter of age, or it depends rather on the leadership style or core values? Are Hungarian Neopagan organizations more keen to use charismatic legitimation, whereas Romanian organizations use more bureaucratic means?
In tone with Marcel Proust, perhaps discovery consists not in seeking new territories, but in seeing things with new eyes. Conclusions Our exploratory study was aimed at assessing the main similarities and differences between Romanian and Hungarian Ethno-pagan organizations.
In order to achieve this goal, we have performed a comparative theoretical and empirical analysis, based on publicly available data about such organizations. The first research question concerning the similarities and the differences between Zalmoxian and Shamanist groups' web rhetoric have been answered by using two assessment tools: one related to the degree of interactivity, hypertextuality and multimediality of the Ethno-pagan organizations' websites; the other concerned with the three Aristotelian criteria of persuasion, applied to online contexts: ethos, pathos and logos.
We have found more similarities along the web rhetoric style and more differences along the web rhetoric performance: while both the Zalmoxian and the Shamanist organization is still using the Web 1.
In regard to the second question that concerned the issue whether Zalmoxian and Shamanist groups are linked or not to political and social movements, from the majority of the investigated websites we have come to the conclusion that protochronist-oriented Zalmoxian groups express sympathy and cross-link to sites of radical right tendency but on average they are not directly linked to such organizations.
The case of Gebeleizis is rather an exception, where Neopaganism, ethnocentrism and overt radical right ideology finds prominent expression. The Hungarian palette of Shamanist movements is somewhat more shaded. Where the group is deeper concerned with Pagan religious ideas, there is less political involvement. The page of the Tengri community is exemplary in this regard, although sympathies to protochronist thinking and right ideology do not lack.
Pages less interested in practicing religion are more susceptible to link to radical right organizations. The third research question was related to the level of institutionalization of Ethno-pagan groups and movements, whether they act as registered organizations or they are mainly informal groups.
We have found a seizable effort of institutional legitimation by registering these organizations as legal entities , and individual endeavors equally, in line with the international trends shown by pagan census. Our fourth question asked to what extent do define themselves these Ethno-pagan groups as religious or rather ethno-political.
After surfing many websites on both sides we can conclude that for Romanian groups generally the Thracian idea is more important than a not-so-clear structure of religious cult, they are rather centered on what they call Zalmoxian spirituality. In contrast, Hungarian Shamanist groups, where there is real shamanism involved, do clearly declare themselves as religious, and ethno-political activism is secondary. References: Achimescu, Nicolae. Ziarul Lumina. Ostorteneti iras gyujtemen.
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Ferlat, Anne. An Electronic Journal of Folklore. Gallacher, Susan.In tone with Marcel Proust, perhaps discovery consists not in seeking new territories, but in seeing things with new eyes.
Helium--Where Knowledge Rules. These to levels however would not be able to operate without the messages that evoke the desire for identification on the semiotic level. Secondly, we restricted our analysis to the "presentational rhetoric" 8 for methodological reasons: in order to gain access to the "operational rhetoric" or daily communicative practices of minority religious organizations, one has to be fully integrated and socialized within such a group, to participate at its rituals and practices--namely to be an insider.
Byron Chele. Bucuresti: Facultatea de Teologie, Manuscript, Be careful of what you download or face the consequences.
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