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The Message Of Folklore from Bahrain To The World
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Research on folk literature and cultural changes: A theoretical approach

Folk culture plays a significant role in cultural and postmodern studies. As a part of mass culture, folk culture has contributed to the weakening of the...

Folk culture: System, function and discours

Culture in general, and folk culture in particular, cannot be studied without taking complex interrelated questions into consideration. The cultural is...

Social fiction in folktales: The relationship between social system and narration

The context of social folktales is based on the individual’s position within the social system. Folktales reflect the collective components – the...

Renovation or Destruction

No one can stand in the face of the changes and conditions that overwhelm folk culture, especially the performing arts. We miss, in our days, the great...

Folk culture: System, function and discours

Culture in general, and folk culture in particular, cannot be studied without taking complex interrelated questions into consideration. The cultural is...

Research on folk literature and cultural changes: A theoretical approach

Folk culture plays a significant role in cultural and postmodern studies. As a part of mass culture, folk culture has contributed to the weakening of the...

Folk proverbs in Damascus: A critical view

Multiple books and articles have been authored about Arabic folk proverbs, particularly Syrian folk proverbs. Folk proverbs are narrated verbally and passed...

Social fiction in folktales: The relationship between social system and narration

The context of social folktales is based on the individual’s position within the social system. Folktales reflect the collective components – the...

The women of the desert’s use of tiblaj and of henna and Peganum harmala to ward off spells

Wedding preparations start with henna ceremonies. The bride sits in the courtyard of her home in the middle of a circle of women who take turns applying Henna...

Characteristics of the cadences of Tunisian folk music

Folk music’s characteristics reflect the soul, essence and culture of the society from which the music emerged. Since the development of research methods...

Meanings and songs in Tunisia’s Ma’luf tradition

An Arab-Spanish genre of Oriental and Islamic music, Ma’luf emerged at the beginning of the 7th century under the Arab Islamic empire. It developed over...

Research into Moroccan carpets and manufacturing traditions and their survival in the age of globalization

The history of the Moroccan carpet reflects rich artistic traditions and social dimensions that mean it was once more than a craft for Moroccans. The emergence...

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