Larousse Dictionary of World Folklore

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Houghton Mifflin Company (Jp), 1996 - 493 страница
Containing more than 1,500 A-Z entries, an encyclopedia of world folklore covering folktales, legendary figures, superstitions, folk arts, fairies, fabulous beasts and otherworlds. Information is also given on festivals, rites of passage, texts, plant lore, and the theories of folklore scholarship.

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Further Reading
469
Biographical Notes on Prominent
475
List of Ethnographical
481
A Calendar of Festivals
488
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О аутору (1996)

Alison Jones is a College Professor who works in the field of sociology of education. Her books and articles focus on a diverse range of social and political sites including feminist theory, an ethnography of Pacific Islands girls¿ schooling, and social anxiety about touching children. Her most recent work involves the complexities of Maori-Pakeha educational relationships, in their origins in the early 19th century and in their present configurations. She teaches research methodologies, and offers academic writing workshops for staff and graduate students. In 2018 Alsion won a Volume Ockhameter Award for Non-fiction Illustration for her title, "Tuai: A Traveller in Two Worlds", which she co-wrote with Kuni Kaa Jenkins.

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