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Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Emic And Etic, Richard Bauman, Usenet Newsgroup
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Context - Barre Toelken warns the beginning folklore student that “what makes the study of context more complex than it may initially seem is that several kinds of simultaneous surroundings may affect ...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Memorial University Of Newfoundland, Newfie, Mainland Chinese
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Overview Learning Objectives - To identify different types of context and their importance to folklore - To describe the four key components of performance - To identify factors affecting levels of pe...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture 17: Unit 8: Kit Gallagher
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Kit Gallagher - Folksong analysis must consider performer and context o Makes it possible to develop an appreciation of folksong’s qualities and to understand both how singers shape folksongs and the ways in which folks...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Industrial Revolution, George W. Casey Jr.
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Broadside Ballad - Differs from classical ballad - These are products of the industrial revolution and the invention of the printing press o Were printed and sold for a penny on the streets - Generally, less poetic th...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Francis James Child, Child Ballads
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Unit 8 – Folksong Traditions Overview Learning Objectives 1. To identify the main types of folksong: classical ballad, broadside ballad, Native American (or modern) ballad, and lyrical folksong 2. To describe ways in wh...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture 13: Chapter 4 Feminist Folkloristics
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Feminist Folkloristics Feminist folklorists have contributed significantly to several areas of contemporary folkloristic thought Five imp areas: feminist coding; feminist critique of folkloristic theory and practice; ana...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture 14: Chapter 5 Overview and Tradition
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Overview Learning Objectives 1. To explain what is meant by the concept of tradition 2. To discuss the development of folklore studies in Canada 3. To describe the connections of folklore to regional identity 4. To trace t...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture 12: Chapter 4 Overview and Approaches
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Overview Learning Objectives 1. To describe historical and contemporary approaches to the study of folklore: historical geographical method; structuralism; context and performance; functionalism; poststructural 2. To ident...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Memorial University Of Newfoundland, List Of Universities In Canada, Fieldnotes
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find more resources at oneclass.com Ethics - Canadian universities are governed by the Tri-Council Policy Statement on Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans 2 (TCPS2) o This means that...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture 10: Chapter 3 The Interview
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find more resources at oneclass.com The Interview - Technology is changing very quickly & there are many means of recording a folklore interview o Some rely on video recorders, especially docu...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Cold Calling, Occupational Hazard
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find more resources at oneclass.com Planning - Planning can take several forms - First & foremost, you need to come up with an idea o Once you’ve settled on your subject, it is imp to learn someth...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Participant Observation, Tabula Rasa
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find more resources at oneclass.com Folklore Fieldwork - This unit highlights, and in some cases expands on, points raised in your assigned reading - We’re devoting a whole unit to doing folklore fie...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Channel-Port Aux Basques, Exoteric, The Esoteric
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find more resources at oneclass.com Esoteric-Exoteric Factor - Toelken’s point relates to the concept of the esoteric-exoteric factor in folklore as described earlier by William Hugh Jansen in his 1959 ar...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden
FOLK 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Alan Dundes, Pragmatics
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find more resources at oneclass.com Folk Group - The third, and most currently held (at least within academic circles), understanding of “folk” is that of a folk group - Alan Dundes writes that “‘Folk...

Folklore
FOLK 1000
Kari Sawden

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