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|Etnolog 20 (2010)||
Folklorisation of the dance heritage
<p>The article addresses the issues of the dance heritage’s folklorisation. It draws attention to the fact that researches into and the use of the dance heritage do not pay much attention to the temporal and social perspectives, and that special importance is attributed to the spatial aspect, to which research, book publications and stage performances of folklore groups relate.
|Etnolog 19 (2009)||
On the ineadequacy of equating dress with noša (costume)
<p>The article deals with the terms used from the 16th century on to describe dressing and what resulted from it – dresses. It dedicates special attention to how (in)adequate the term noša (costume in the sense of national costume) is for denoting what people wear on their bodies, and in comparison prefers the terms dress and dressing style.
|Etnolog 17 (2007)||
Children and folk dance
<p>The activities of children's folklore groups have changed considerably in the past two decades as they are no longer passive imitators of adult groups, but create their own repertoires, adapted to different age groups. The directors of folklore groups and teachers should mediate the dance heritage to the children through suitable methodology procedures, as it is their task to train children for the future and provide them with appropriate knowledge and skills.
|Etnolog 16 (2006)||
"Sedanjost" v povojnih raziskavah oblačilne kulture na Slovenskem
<p>Our review of older sources on clothing culture in Slovenia shows that the authors dealt intensively with material from the “then present” and that descriptions of life as it was actually lived and observed were quite ordinary. This was commonly practised throughout the 19th century in spite of increasingly frequent warnings that the “national treasures are vanishing”, suggesting a need to look back into the past, and this development strengthened in the 20th century, when there is hardly any comprehensive research of the present.
|Etnolog 13 (2003)||
Vprašanje narodne noše na Slovenskem
<p>The article deals with the development of national costumes in Slovenia as costumes for special occasions and defines their different forms and functions. The phenomenon of the »national costume« started in the mid 19th century in the developing Slovene bourgeois society, and it spread to the peasant population in the 1870s. The period between the two World Wars saw the most intensive development of the national costume because the naša dečva (our costume) campaign spread the national costume to all classes of the population.</p>