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Motif-Index of Folk-Literature "Folklorists also use motif to refer to the recognizable and consistently repeated story elements (e.g., common characters, objects, actions, and events) that are used in the traditional plot structures, or tale types, of many stories and folktales...
ATU Types of Folktales "In 'The Types of International Folktales', the 'ATU Catalogue' edited by Hans-Jörg Uther (2004), ATU numbers replace AT numbers...
MoTIF Pilot Thesaurus of Irish Folklore "MoTIF, the pilot thesaurus of Irish folklore, is intended to accompany the Thesaurus Construction Guidelines: An Introduction to Thesauri and Guidelines on Their Construction and act as a sample thesaurus and demonstration of the international principles and best practices outlined in that document... API
Encyclopedia of Korean Folk Culture It is a specialized encyclopedia for collecting Korean folklore, and is currently working on a compilation project by dividing the subject into eight major categories...
Encyclopedia of Korean folk literature : folktale The Korean Folk Literature Dictionary consists of a narrative, folk song, and pansori...
Encyclopedia of Korean folk literature : Folk song The Korean Folk Literature Dictionary consists of a narrative, folk song, and pansori...
Encyclopedia of Korean folk literature : Pansori(epic chant) The Korean Folk Literature Dictionary consists of a narrative, folk song, and pansori...
Encyclopedia of Korean folklore and traditional culture : household religion The Korean Folklore and Faith Dictionary has set its direction to strengthen the independence of individual headlines...
Encyclopedia of Korean folklore and traditional culture : communal folk religion The Korean Folklore and Faith Dictionary has set its direction to strengthen the independence of individual headlines...
Encyclopedia of Korean folk beliefs : shamanism The Korean Folklore and Faith Dictionary has set its direction to strengthen the independence of individual headlines...
Thesaurus of Folklore and Brasilian Popular Culture "This thesaurus is the result of systematic work involving a multidisciplinary team with extensive experience in the area of Brazilian popular culture." Its first version, sponsored by Unesco, resulted in 2,092 terms, selected from the CNFCP's documentary and museological collections....