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    • City dwellers views on the minstrel tale tradition 

      Tunç G. (2007)
      Studies on minstrel literature are seen to focus on minstrels and their oeuvres. Yet, as researchers like Alan Dundes and Dan Ben Amos underscore, in the creation process of an oral artwork, artist and listeners / receivers ...
    • A code-writer site-owner: Ersan Özer 

      Aygün, A. (2006)
      In this work, a question related to the concept of "folk" which was suggested by Alan Dundes in his work "Who is Folk?" has been discussed. In order to ask this question, we took itiraf.com writers as example of Dundes' ...
    • Group folklore and "Ideoculture" 

      Erdem, S. (2012)
      Having been employed for decades -from the beginning of the Folklore Studies as an academic field in the 19th century to the 1960s- to address communities that dwell in rural areas, and their cultural productions, the ...
    • Shadow theater moving from stage to screen: Series of commercials for Pepsi and whom? 

      Yeşil, N. (2006)
      Does the transformation of context and function in Turkish shadow theater amount to a loss? If such a work of folklore accents divergence from the usual characters and setting, does it no longer belong to "us"? Delving ...