Table of contents for Folklore and folklife, an introduction. Edited by Richard M. Dorson.

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Preface - Richard M. Dorson
Introduction: Concepts of Folklore and Folklife Studies - Richard M. Dorson
I. The Fields of Folklife Studies
Oral Folklore
1. Folk Narrative - Linda De;gh
2. Narrative Folk Poetry - W. Edson Richmond
3. Folk Epic - Felix J. Oinas
4. Proverbs and Proverbial Expressions - Roger D. Abrahams
5. Riddles - Roger D. Abrahams and Alan Dundes
6. Folk Speech - W. Edson Richmond
Social Folk Custom
7. Festivals and Celebrations - Robert J. Smith
8. Recreations and Games - Robert A. Georges
9. Folk Medicine - Don Yoder
10. Folk Religion - John C. Messenger
Material Culture
11. Folk Crafts - Warren E. Roberts
12. Folk Art - Henry Glassie
13. Folk Architecture_- Warren E. Roberts
14. Folk Costume - Don Yoder
15. Folk Cookery - Don Yoder
Folk Arts
16. Folk Drama - Roger D. Abrahams
17. Folk Music - George List
18. Folk Dance - Joann Wheeler Kealiinohomoku
II. The Methods of Folklife Study
1. Fieldwork: Collecting Oral Literature - Donald A. MacDonald
2. Fieldwork: Recording Material Culture - Warren E. Roberts
3. Fieldwork: Recording Traditional Music - George List
4. Archiving - George List
5. The Use of Printed Sources - Richard M. Dorson
6. Folk Atlas Mapping - Robert Wildhaber
7. The Use of Artifacts and Folk Art in the Folk Museum - J. Geraint Jenkins
8. The Cultural Geographer and Folklife Research - E. Estyn Evans

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