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The Message Of Folklore from Bahrain To The World
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Egyptian Laments for the Dead

Researchers of folk literature have not examined the nature of lamentation as a kind of folklore or discussed its origin, evolution, decline and...

Has the Machine Started to Change the Concept of Folk Culture?

This study addresses the digital revolution that has transformed the world from an object into a subject. If the digital is perceived as a new culture, it also...

Women’s Roles in the Algerian Folktale

In this study, our aim is to examine tales that focus on women and that are narrated by women at home at specific times. These include:   The fairy...

A Word from the Editor - The Heritage of the Gulf and the Arabian Peninsula: Remembering Indicators and Signs

In 1981, the print and audio-visual media outlets in the countries of the Arabian Gulf were focused on the news of a first-of-its-kind cultural event aimed at...

The Jewellery of Naili (Djefaoui) Women

Jewellery has always been an important part of human life because it includes signs and symbols that reveal women’s social status and it is distinctive...

Women’s Roles in the Algerian Folktale

In this study, our aim is to examine tales that focus on women and that are narrated by women at home at specific times. These include:   The fairy...

Celebrating the Feminine in the Folktale

Creating a folktale, narrating it, learning it and studying it help to revive the memory of a people and preserve their cultural legacy, which is rooted in the...

Folk Songs and Agricultural Seasons

This study is divided into a preface and three areas of focus. The preface aims to reveal the folk song’s importance in collective work throughout the...

Ma'ani Sahja: A Distinctive Type of Folk Song in Jordan

The researcher studied a type of folk song in Jordan known as ‘Al Sahja Al Ma'aniyeh’. A type of folk poetry, it derives its name from the...

The Social Symbolism of Colours in Sudan’s Social Discourse

Colour has a significant influence on the lives of humans. Each colour is linked to certain concepts with multiple accumulated connotations. Since ancient...

Egyptian Laments for the Dead

Researchers of folk literature have not examined the nature of lamentation as a kind of folklore or discussed its origin, evolution, decline and...

Gallawi House: The Impact of Social and Cultural Life on the City Of Sfax between the 18th And 19th Centuries

The structure of Gallawi House reflects Sfaxian culture, which is distinct from the cultures of other Tunisian peoples. The Sfaxians inherited their talents...

Has the Machine Started to Change the Concept of Folk Culture?

This study addresses the digital revolution that has transformed the world from an object into a subject. If the digital is perceived as a new culture, it also...

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