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Children's folklore : a source book / edited by Brian Sutton-Smith ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Sutton-Smith, Brian [edt.] | Project Muse.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Logan, Utah : Utah State University Press, 1999. 2012)Description: 378 str. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 0874212804.Subject(s): Folklor | Dječji folklor | MetodologijaDDC classification: 398/.083 Online resources: Elektronička verzija (Project MUSE)
Contents:
Introduction: What is children's folklore? -- Who are the folklorists of childhood? - Overview: History of children's folklore -- The complexity of children's folklore -- The transmmission of children's folklore -- Overview: Methods in children's folklore -- Double dutch and double cameras: studying the transmission of culture in an urban school yard -- Children's games and gaming -- Methodological problems of collecting folklore from children -- Overview: Children's folklore concerns -- Songs, poems, and rhymes -- Riddles -- Tales and legends -- Teases and pranks -- Overview: Settings and activities -- Children's lore in school and playgrounds -- Material folk culture of children -- Children's folklore in residential institutions: Summer camps, boarding schools, hospitals, and custodial facilities -- The past in the present: Theoretical directions for children's folklore -- Bibliography of children's folklore.
List(s) this item appears in: Bilten prinova - ETN ANT 10-12/17 | EKA - obavezni - Antropologija djetinjstva | EKA - izborni - Antropologija djetinjstva
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Originalno izdanje: New York : Garland, 1995, nakladnička cjelina: Garland reference library of social science ; vol. 647.

Bibliografija: str. [316]-370

Pojmovnik: str. [309]-315

Kazalo pojmova: str. [371]-378

Introduction: What is children's folklore? -- Who are the folklorists of childhood? - Overview: History of children's folklore -- The complexity of children's folklore -- The transmmission of children's folklore -- Overview: Methods in children's folklore -- Double dutch and double cameras: studying the transmission of culture in an urban school yard -- Children's games and gaming -- Methodological problems of collecting folklore from children -- Overview: Children's folklore concerns -- Songs, poems, and rhymes -- Riddles -- Tales and legends -- Teases and pranks -- Overview: Settings and activities -- Children's lore in school and playgrounds -- Material folk culture of children -- Children's folklore in residential institutions: Summer camps, boarding schools, hospitals, and custodial facilities -- The past in the present: Theoretical directions for children's folklore -- Bibliography of children's folklore.

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