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Volume 04

Ethnologia Balkanica
Journal for Southeast European Anthropology
Zeitschrift für die Anthropologie Südosteuropas
Journal d’anthropologie du sud-est européen

Contents Volume 4/2000

Editorial

Family and Kinship

  • Michael Mitterauer, Vienna
    Die Terminologie der Verwandtschaft. Zu mittelalterlichen Grundlagen von Wandel und Beharrung im europäischen Vergleich
    The Terminology of Kinship. On the Medieval Foundations of Change and Continuity in Europe – a Comparison
  • Karl Kaser, Graz
    The History of the Family in Albania in the 20th Century: a First Profile
  • Zafer İlbars, Ankara
    The Turkish Family in the Process of Change
    Die türkische Familie im Wandel

Everyday Culture

  • Doroteja Dobreva, Sofia
    Zeitrhythmen und Umgang mit Zeit im Arbeitsalltag des sozialistischen Dorfes. Das Beispiel eines Gebirgsdorfes in Bulgarien

    Time Rhythms and Use of Time in Everyday Work in a Socialist Village. The Example of a Mountain Village in Bulgaria
  • Gabriele Wolf, München
    "Mangelwaren", Konsumentenerwartungen und "Beziehungen" Einkaufen in der sozialistischen Konsumgenossenschaft
    "Scarce Consumer Goods", Consumer Expectations, and "Connections": Shopping in the Socialist Consumer Cooperative
  • Dorothea Schell, Bonn
    Coping with Foreigners in a Greek Village

Folk Religion, Mythology and Politics

  • Petăr  Petrov, Sofia
    Between Christianity and Socialism Syncretistic Tendencies in Ritual Culture
  • Jordanka Telbizova-Sack, Berlin
    Dogma, Brauch, Volksfrömmigkeit. Synkretistische Züge des pomakischen Islam
    Dogma, Custom, Folk, Piety. Syncretistic Elements in Pomak Islam
  • Mirjana Prošić-Dvornić, Michigan
    Apocalyptic Thought and Serbian Identity: Mythology, Fundamentalism, Astrology and Soothsaying as Part of Political Propaganda
  • Stelu Şerban, Bucharest
    Social Functions and Cultural Meanings in the Christmas Carols from Lăpuş Village

Reports

  • Deema Kaneff, Halle
    Intersecting Times: The Work of Memory in Southeastern Europe. Conference at the Centre for the Study of Southeastern Europe, University of Wales, Swansea, 25-28 June 2000

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