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Slang : an anonymous product of folk literature
In Ottoman Turkish, the terms "lisan-i hezele" (language of vulgar people) and "lisân-erâzil" (language of the ignoble) are used to correspond to the meaning of the word "argo" (slang), the usage of which is still not ...
Text and action / lament as performance and pragmatics
Lament, is the expression of grief and sorrow within the frame of certain oral and performative conventions upon which the society agrees in advance. As it is made manifest by its definition, lament is a form of social ...
Çağdaş kentte türkü ve "Ankarali folkloru"
Çağdaş halk bilimi kuramlarında halk, kırsalda yaşayan, kent kültürünün etkisiyle özleri bozulmamış insanlar grubu olarak değil, kırsalda ya da kentte yaşayan ve ortak bir söylem geliştiren, yani ortak iletişim kodları ...
Formal features of praise and curse that facilitate the transmission and reproduction of conventional codes in oral culture
Set phrases of praise and curse ensure the transmission of personal feelings and thoughts, and the protection, intensification and reproduction of value judgements brought into being in a long time period by the collective ...