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A scholarly journal devoted to the folklore of the world, Southern Folklore reserves a special emphasis for the American South. Articles and reviews are written from all the classic and newly developing folklore perspectives, assuring a broad coverage of topics and methods. Special issues appear about once a year, and in them scholars have examined such topics as folklore and communication, folklore in education, the influence of gender on folklore fieldwork, and family folklore (forthcoming).
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