In 1998, Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett published “Folklore’s Crisis” in The Journal of American Folklore. This final revised form of her presidential address to the American Folklore Society in 1992 reads as a critique of the discipline’s past, an indictment of its (contemporaneous) present, and a call to reevaluate what the study of folklore must become to endure. 292 more words
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Recently I read the third chapter of my teacher’s book. I hope later I will write about it in the more detailed way. But now the thing is that, I just wanted to share my opinion on what I read. 256 more words
For ages, brands have talked to their consumers. In the majority of instances, this ‘talk’ is one-sided, which is defined as the continuous bombardment that consumers face from advertising stimuli through the day. 1,183 more words
Indian market saw a record cell phone shipment of 87.9 million units in October-December 2017, says a CyberMedia Research report.
“Versatile handset sellers delivered 88 million portable handset units in the final quarter of 2017. 204 more words