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Kaldy , Maria - Nagyne Batari , Zsuzsanna 2015 The Hungarian Open Air Museum and its Communities . In Korenchy
SAINT’S DAY CELEBRATIONS AS PARTICIPATORY COMMUNITY FESTIVALS The celebrations of the church’s saint’s day (or the church’s consecration, as this usually takes place on the church’s saint’s day) follow a broadly similar pattern throughout the Christian
these elements but not in an utterly different way from other cultures. In countries that embrace more culture since the very early period of the country's existence, it is completely natural for communities to recognise and live-in each other's cultural
Kaldy , Maria - Nagyne Batari , Zsuzsanna 2015 The Hungarian Open Air Museum and its Communities . In Korenchy-Misz , Aniko - Lindsey , Nikki (eds) Exhibit your culture. Community learning in museums and
Different levels of meeting (with other participants, with other
cultures, with art, with oneself, with nature or God) and the sense of
community are essential experiences during a pilgrimage. The following text
deals with the meaning and functions of pilgrimage rituals concerning community
and team spirit. What part does the performing dimension of symbolic acting
play and how does the ritual intention differ from the intention of everyday
acting? The recent attraction of pilgrimage goes back also to a growing longing
for rituals and tradition enabling people to leave the everyday life in a
limited, well structured and most of all repeatable way.
Recently in Britain a proposal to ban hunting with dogs has caused a political furore. A fever pitch has been reached with the impending prospect of legislation under the new Labour Government. (Twice previously legislation has been brought before Parliament, but has failed to become law.) Among communities, the polarisation of popular opinion into pro- and anti-hunting pressure groups, led, in June 1998, to the formation of the Countryside Alliance, arguably the largest protest body with a 'status quo' agenda that Britain has ever known. Out of these tensions and perceived threats to rural lifestyles there has grown a renewed sense of community, in which such cherished institutions as the hunt supper together with the singing of traditional hunting songs have come to the fore. The assertion of identity 'in song' of those who value these cultural traditions has, during the last six years, crossed the boundary from the closed gatherings of hunting groups and rural communities into the public arena of political controversy. Based on fieldwork in the west Yorkshire Pennine hills, this paper will consider the changing perceptions of the function and meaning of such songs and the political implications of their performance.
“Community” is a concept of space, a place where people compete and cooperate for survival, and the ecological dimension of social life [ 7 , p. 181]. The social connection of human beings in the sense of
sharing economy businesses e.g. by Menne (2018) or Kosba et al. (2016) , but these are based on public blockchains. Our model has been built based on the narrative that a community currency created through smart contracts without blockchain technology
Case, T. J. 1990. Invasion resistance arises in strongly interacting species-rich model competition communities. Proc. National Acad. Sci. 87:9610-9614.
Invasion resistance arises in strongly interacting species-rich model