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Record #175566:

The role of Soviet ideology in the transformation of Komi traditional holiday culture in the 1920s / Irina Kotyleva.

Title: The role of Soviet ideology in the transformation of Komi traditional holiday culture in the 1920s / Irina Kotyleva.
Author(s): Kotyleva, Irina.
Date: 2004.
In: Pro Ethnologia. (2004.), Vol. 17 (2004)
Abstract: Discusses problem of co-existence of traditional and new holiday cultures during period of transition in 1920s. Before 1920 most Komi holidays were determined by Orthodox calendar but also included some non-Christian rituals. Considers problems associated with transfer from old (Gregorian) to new (Julian) calendar especially with newly instituted Communist holidays which ousted some Orthodox ones.
Notes:

Pro Ethnologia. Vol. 17 :127-147 (2004).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Komi.
398 -- Native peoples, folk beliefs and tales.
394.2 -- Festivals.
329.14 -- Socialism.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*531.6) -- Respublika Komi.
SPRI record no.: 175566

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