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Folklore

Who Folklorists What Folklore Etymology Folklore is linked with Folk or Volk, which means people, bu also has complex connotations of race. History Folklore (Volkerk? or Folk Tales are one of the important Memory Sources in Early Cultures. Translations English Folklore Dutch Folklore, volkskunde German Volkskunde French mémoire collective, tradition orale Italian folclore (folklore) Broader Terms Culture Class: Folklore Narrower Terms Library of Congress: Scope Note Narrower Term: Communication in folklore Narrower Term: Ethnic folklore Narrower Term: Fairies Narrower Term: Folk festivals Narrower Term: Folk literature Narrower Term: Applied folklore Narrower Term: Folk music Narrower Term: Folklorists Narrower Term: Geographical myths Narrower Term: Graffiti Narrower Term: Grail Narrower Term: Literature and folklore See Also: Material culture Narrower Term: Traditional medicine Narrower Term: Monsters See Also: Mythology See Also: Oral tradition Narrower Term: Psychoanalysis and folklore Narrower Term: Superstition Narrower Term: Tricksters Narrower Term: Urban folklore Narrower Term: Cinderella (Legendary character) Narrower Term: Banshees Narrower Term: Music and folklore Narrower Term: Symbolism in folklore Narrower Term: National socialism and folklore Narrower Term: Intercultural communication in folklore
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