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Variation in folklore and language / edited by Piret Voolaid and Saša Babič ; language editors: Aleksandar Takovski and Lucie Boase
Ilmumisandmed
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019
Füüsiline kirjeldus
vi, 205 lk. : ill., kaart. ; 22 cm
ISBN
9781527537897 (köites)
1527537897
Märkus
Bibliograafia artiklite lõpus
Variation is a universal phenomenon permeating language, culture, and entire worldviews. This book analyses issues related to both specific and common variations in folklore and language as signifiers of culture and worldview. The articles here are dedicated to different genres and forms, including spoken and written language, dancing and singing, and festivities, and involve different aspects of variation. Variation is conceptualised here as the main basis of folklore dynamics and a major issue of typology. A significant part of the volume is dedicated to variations of myths and motifs, creativity, intertextuality, and transmediality
Sisu
Ethnonyms denoting Estonians and their contextual meanings in Latgalian texts / Antra Kļavinska. Red in folk songs: words and formulae / Tiiu Jaago. Colour words and symbols in the subgenres of Estonian riddles / Piret Voolaid. Studying variability in folk dance by using video-based dance analysis and embodiment method: the Estonian experience / Sille Kapper, Madli Teller. Paradoxical everyday imaginaries? Realitization, narrative "persons" and common sense making in digitally communicated televisual engagement of "Breaking Bad" / Siim Sorokin
Märksõnad
kõnekeel; kirjakeel; keele variatiivsus; rahvapärimus; rahvaluule; variandid; keeleteadus; folkloristika; artiklikogumikud
Teised autorid
Voolaid, Piret, 1971-, toimetaja
Babič, Saša, toimetaja
Takovski, Aleksandar, toimetaja
Boase, Lucie, toimetaja
Kļavinska, Antra. Ethnonyms denoting Estonians and their contextual meanings in Latgalian texts
Jaago, Tiiu, 1960-. Red in folk songs: words and formulae
Voolaid, Piret, 1971-. Colour words and symbols in the subgenres of Estonian riddles
Kapper, Sille, 1968-. Studying variability in folk dance by using video-based dance analysis and embodiment method: the Estonian experience
Teller, Madli. Studying variability in folk dance by using video-based dance analysis and embodiment method: the Estonian experience
Sorokin, Siim, 1984-. Paradoxical everyday imaginaries? Realitization, narrative "persons" and common sense making in digitally communicated televisual engagement of "Breaking Bad"
UDK
398 (082)
81'27 (082)