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by Elli Kaija Kongas-Maranda

eBook Finnish-American Folklore: Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis (Folklore of the world) download ISBN: 0405133197
Author: Elli Kaija Kongas-Maranda
Publisher: Arno Press (November 1, 1980)
Language: English
Pages: 539
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Category: Literature
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Finnish American Folklore. by Elli Köngäs Maranda. Finnish-American Folklore: Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis (Folklore of the world). 0405133197 (ISBN13: 9780405133190).

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Elli Köngäs-Maranda published books on Finnish-American folklore, theory and practice of riddle analysis, myth and art as teaching materials and structural models in folklore.

Folklore in Estonia and in the world is microscopic amongst the wide specter.

Proverbs are a genre of folklore that seems to be common to all cultures around the world. This book explores the various facets of the Hindu Brahmin identity and its relevance in the present. They may have always had different status in social interaction in different cultures. In any case, their importance in communication and as a tool of social control has changed during times.

A more contemporary definition of folk is a social group which includes two or more persons with common traits, who .

Folk is a flexible concept which can refer to a nation as in American folklore or to a single family. This expanded social definition of folk supports a wider view of the material considered to be folklore artifacts.

African-American folklore is a community-based tradition which expresses the common knowledge, culture and feelings of a group rather than those of any one . Storytelling is an important tradition in African-American folklore.

African-American folklore is a community-based tradition which expresses the common knowledge, culture and feelings of a group rather than those of any one individual. Folk tales and traditions connect the community to the past while it evolves with the changing times.

Elli-Kaija Köngäs-Maranda (11 January 1932, Tervola, Finland – 1. .

Elli-Kaija Köngäs-Maranda (11 January 1932, Tervola, Finland – 1 November 1982, Québec City, Canada) was an internationally renowned anthropologist and feminist folklorist. She studied Finnish folklore at the University of Helsinki, and did her doctoral dissertation in 1963 at Indiana University. Köngäs-Maranda was elected a Fellow of the American Folklore Society. The Society's Women's section inaugurated 1983 two prizes in her memory. World Heritage Encyclopedia is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization.

Finnish-American Folklore. Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis (Folklore of the world). by Elli Kaija Kongas-Maranda. Published November 1980 by Ayer Co Pub.

Theoryand Practiceof Riddle Analysis'. Elli-Kaija K6ngiis Maranda, "The Concept of Folklore," Midwest Folklore, 13 (1963), 69-88. Theory and practice of riddle analysis. First,it is a summaryreporton an original riddle collection, compiled in Melanesia. Uni7 See my Finnish-American Folklore: Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis (Ann Arbor, versity Microfilms, 1963).