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Jelena Cvorovic
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English
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Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften; New edition edition (April 14, 2010)
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This book discusses narrative as an adaptive cultural mechanism among Gypsies in Serbia. As a key traditional trait of Serbian Gypsies, storytelling, conveyed along kin generations, influences the behavior of all who listen.

This book discusses narrative as an adaptive cultural mechanism among Gypsies in Serbia. Since their appearance in the Balkans centuries ago, an insecure social environment has shaped their cultural traditions, including that of storytelli This book discusses narrative as an adaptive cultural mechanism among Gypsies in Serbia.

On the other hand, Gypsies who marry outsiders may experience a form of ostracism and a struggle for family/community acceptance.

Roast Chicken and Other Gypsy Stories. A book Roast Chicken and Other life obstacles. by Jelena Čvorović publisher Peter Lang GmbH Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY STUDIES, Series 19 B – Ethnology, Hamburg, Germany, 2010. concern was how to survive and outwit. The conclusion is that the Gypsy Stories by Jelena Čvorović, views Serbian Gypsy Oral tradition provided oral narratives from an evolutionary models of behavior that has helped to perspective.

Oral Narratives among Serbian Gypsies. Series: Europäische Hochschulschriften, European University Studies, Publications Universitaires Européennes. This book discusses narrative as an adaptive cultural mechanism among Gypsies in Serbia. Since their appearance in the Balkans centuries ago, an insecure social environment has shaped their cultural traditions, including that of storytelling.

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Roast chicken and other Gypsy stories oral narratives among Serbian Gypsies, by: Čvorović, Jelena.

The Gypsies" (Russian: Цыга́ны ) is a narrative poem in 569 lines by Alexander Pushkin, originally written in Russian in 1824 and first published in 1827. The last of Pushkin's four 'Southern Poems' written during his exile in the south of the Russian Empire, The Gypsies is also considered to be the most mature of these Southern poems, and has been praised for originality and its engagement with psychological and moral issues. The poem has inspired at least eighteen operas and several ballets.

Gypsies drown in shallow water: Oral narratives among Mačva gypsies. Roast chicken and other gypsy stories (p. 19). Hamburg: Peter Lang GmbH Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, European University Studies, Series. The differential impact of religion on life history and reproductive strategy: Muslim and orthodox gypsies in Serbia. Mankind Quarterly,51(3), 330–348.

The topics covered by European Journal of Cultural Studies cover a wide .

The topics covered by European Journal of Cultural Studies cover a wide range. Topic areas include (among others): popular cultural forms and practices; music; consumer cultures; media, film and television culture; post-colonial criticism; cultural policy; citizenship, sexualities, youth culture and class relations; intersectional constructions of identity; populism; creative industries. While cultural studies is sometimes understood as a very generic term, we are not interested in publishing studies of culture that focus exclusively on single objects.

This book discusses narrative as an adaptive cultural mechanism among Gypsies in Serbia. As a key traditional trait of Serbian Gypsies, storytelling, conveyed along kin generations, influences the behavior of all who listen. Since their appearance in the Balkans centuries ago, an insecure social environment has shaped their cultural traditions, including that of storytelling. Their traditional stories reaffirm the strong identity with their kinship group, yet, at the same time, plead loudly for recognition from outsiders. The success achieved by Gypsies in maintaining themselves and their culture can be attributed, in large measure, to the power of their traditional stories.

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