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Woman out!” Notions of Space in Twentieth-Century Flemish Witchcraft Discourse . History and Theory 52 : 361 – 379 . 10.1111/hith.10674 Honko , Lauri 1964 Memorates and the Study of Folk Beliefs . Journal of the Folklore Institute 1 ( 1/2 ): 5

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.) Budapest-Helsinki, 15-31. 1992: Traces of Shamanism in Hungarian Folk Beliefs, in: SIIKALA, A.-L.-HOPPÁL, M.: Studies of Shamanism. (Ethnologica Uralica, 2.) Helsinki-Budapest, 156-168. IVANOV, V. V. 1974: Opyt istolkovanija

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, Ears, Neck, Shoulders, Armpits...” Rules of Cleanliness in an Upper-middle-class Family between 1923 to 1933]. In JUHASZ 2009 (ed): 139 - 140 . Popov , N. S. 2013 Narodnyye verovaniya i znaniya [Folk Beliefs and Knowledge], In Kazimov , A. S

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inspired by folk beliefs, citing the Grimms as a benchmark ( Tóth 1837 :725). In an article published in 1840 under the title Népmondák (Folk Legends), Ferenc Pulszky described folk belief, folk customs, and folk poetry as vestiges of a

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writings] , Budapest : Gondolat. B irtalan , Agnes (ed) 1996 Oseink nyomaban Belsö-Azsiäban I. Tanulmänyok a mongol nepi hitvilägrol [In the footsteps of our ancestors in Inner Asia. Studies on Mongolian folk beliefs]. Budapest : Nemzeti

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–40. Szendrey , Zsigmond— Szendrey , Ákos 1922–63 (time of collecting): Magyar néphit és népszokás lexikon [Lexicon of Hungarian folk beliefs and folk customs]. In: EA 6186 . Manuscript. Tálasi , István 1977: Kiskunság

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clear which folklore genre these forms of frightening should be associated with. They are related to folk beliefs in terms of their typical structure and manifestations of the mythical worldview. However, the frightening presents a reaction to certain

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ördögűzés a közép-kelet-európai népi hiedelemrendszerekben [Demonic possession and exorcism in the folk beliefs of Central Eastern Europe. In Pócs, Éva (ed.): Demonológia és boszorkányság Európában [Demonology and witchcraft in Europe] . (Studia

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. néphit és percepció [To See What Does Not Exist. Folk Belief and Perception] . In Benedek , Katalin – Csonka-Takács , Eszter (eds) Démonikus és szakrális világok határán. Mentalitástörténeti tanulmányok Pócs Éva 60. Születésnapjára [On the

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. Diószegi & M. Hoppál (Eds.), Folk beliefs and shamanistic traditions in Siberia . Budapest, Hungary : Akadémiai Kiadó . Barkalaja , A. ( 1997 ). On the sacrificial

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