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Combining the real with the ideal, it produces something of an ideal type that stretches beyond what the evidence will show. Being both ‘real and sacred, the myth becomes exemplar, and consequently repeatable, for it serves as a model, and by the same token as a justification, for all human actions’ (Eliade, 1968: 23). By guiding decisions and justifying events, myths help to structure our sense of belonging to a particular culture, to the ‘our’ world that is also the ‘whole world’. It is the all-inclusive spatiality and explanatory aspects of myths that make them so appropriate for this study.
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Communication Theory and Research (European Journal of Communication) by Denis McQuail, Peter Golding, Els De Bens