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Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics
About the Journal
Vol 11 No 2 (2017)
Sensing Athletes: Sensory Dimensions of Recreational Endurance Sports
Stefan Groth, Yonca Krahn
Destiny, Miracle Healers and Magical Intervention: Vernacular Beliefs on Involuntary Childlessness in Estonia
Cultural Identities in Sustaining Religious Communities in the Arctic Region: An Ethnographic Analysis on Religiosity from the Northern Viewpoint
Figure 2. Research Process. Image by the author.
Figure 1. Map of study region. Image by the author.
Figure 3. Religious practice facilitate integration. Sources: own elaboration from FM 2014–2016
Figure 4. Need-Based Theory of Motivation. Maslow’s (1943) hierarchy of needs combined with author’s fieldwork materials from 2014–2016
Figure 5. Religious slaughtering in the context of societal sustainability. Image by the author.
Metaphor and Metonymy in Ancient Dream Interpretation: The Case of Islamic-Iranian Culture
Rahman Veisi Hasar
Young People's Joint Leisure Activities in Traditional Karelian Culture: Norms and Social Practice
Valentina Mironova, Julia Litvin
‘Her Room Was Her World’: Nellie Sloggett and North Cornish Folklore
Figure 2. Nellie’s Padstow.
Figure 1. The three gargoyles of Padstow Church chase a young girl (Tregarthen 1906: 135).
Figure 3. The pixies try to order Phillida’s dreams (Tregarthen 1906: 91).
Figure 4. Jan Brewer piskey-laden outside Constantine Church (Tregarthen 1906: 157).
Figure 5. Story locations in Enys Tregarthen.
Notes and Reviews
Interview with Professor Simon J. Bronner
Ülo Valk, Anastasiya Astapova, Elo-Hanna Seljamaa
Simon J. Bronner in his office at the Pennsylvania State University, 2013. Photograph by Scott Johnson, courtesy of the Pennsylvania State University.
Book Review: The Rites of Passage Time after Time