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Agricultural Nitrate Pollution: Will Great Expectations in Brussels be Dashed in Lower Saxony? European Environment , Vol. 17, 231–246. Newig J. The Water Framework Directive and

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votyakov [Essays on Religious Beliefs of the Votyaks] . Etnograficheskoye obozreniye 4 ( 1 ): 116 – 163 . Douglas , Mary 1988 Purity and Danger. An Analysis of the Concepts of Pollution and Taboo . London - New York : Routledge . Elias

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References Cited Attfield , Judy 2000 Wild Things. The Material Culture of Everyday Life . Oxford - New York : Berg . Douglas , Mary 1966 Purity and Danger. An Analysis of the Concepts of Pollution and Taboo . London and New

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( 4 ): 446 – 451 . Douglas , Mary 2002 Purity and Danger. An analysis of concept of pollution and taboo . London - New York : Routledge . (First edition 1966.) Dudeck , Stephan 2013 Der Tag des Rentierzüchters: Repräsentation indigener

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Tourism] , 111 – 142 . Budapest : L’Harmattan . Persányi , Miklós 1993 Red Pollution, Green Evolution, Revolution in Hungary. Environmentalists and Societal Transition . In Jancar-Webster , Barbara (ed) Environmental Action in Eastern Europe

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“There are no recipes”

An anthropological assessment of nutrition in Hungarian ecovillages

Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Author: Judit Farkas

of Pollution and Taboo . London : Allen & Unwin . Douglas , Mary 1992 Risk and Blame. Essays in Cultural Theory . London : Routledge . Douglas , Mary ‒ Wildavsky , Aaron 1982 Risk and Culture. An Essay on the Selection of

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Pollution and Taboo . London : Routledge . Douglas , Mary 1975 Implicit Meanings: Essays in Anthropology . London : Routledge . Douglas , Mary 1996 Natural Symbols. Explorations in Cosmology . London; New York : Routledge . Douglas

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« Conversely, the uncontrollable, living tradition was marginalized, being considered subject to pollution and disintegration. According to this theory, real and authentic folklore should exist only in the artistic and crystallized forms as presented by

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Concepts of Pollution and Taboo . London: Routledge. Douglas M. Purity and Danger. An Analysis of the Concepts of Pollution and Taboo 1989 2003: Rejtett jelentések

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Gifts , Oxford: Blackwell. Davies D. Strange Gifts 1984 Douglas , Mary 1966: Purity and Danger: An Analysis of Concepts of Pollution and Taboo , London

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