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The Message Of Folklore from Bahrain To The World
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Traditional children's games in Tunisia: An ethnographic and anthropological study

This study concludes that it is important to document and classify Tunisian children's games according to multiple variables, including place, time, area, age,...

Authenticating clay architectural heritage in the south

Architectural heritage is one component of a society’s identity, and it reflects the society’s customs and traditions. It demonstrates...

Tangible culture and its role in economic and social development

Museums should teach citizens about the social and economic realities of their environment. This includes exposing people to knowledge unavailable at other...

Folk Heritage: Illegal Exploitation

I had the opportunity to attend the 7th UNESCO NGO Forum on May 3-5, and I learned about the experiences of the international non-governmental organisations...

The Rebab

Several sources agree that the Rebab, an instrument used to play nostalgic music, spread from the Arabian Peninsula to other areas of the world. The Western...

The Hilali Epic and the public: A study of forms of audience response

Folk discourse is characterised by the audience’s direct response during oral performances. Due to its flexible nature, folk discourse allows for...

Standardised features of intangible cultural heritage

Standardisation is an institutional activity carried out by specialised organisations that are recognised internationally, such as ISO, regionally, such as the...

An anthropological study of authority in traditional societies: The Al-Sulh Group in Djelfa Province

One of the most distinctive features of the Djelfa region in central Algeria is what is known as the conciliation group or community, a type of traditional...

Authenticating clay architectural heritage in the south

Architectural heritage is one component of a society’s identity, and it reflects the society’s customs and traditions. It demonstrates...

Traditional children's games in Tunisia: An ethnographic and anthropological study

This study concludes that it is important to document and classify Tunisian children's games according to multiple variables, including place, time, area, age,...

Tangible culture and its role in economic and social development

Museums should teach citizens about the social and economic realities of their environment. This includes exposing people to knowledge unavailable at other...

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