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Slovenski etnografski muzej

Etnolog 17 (2007)

The article deals with the history of children in the medieval towns of Trieste, Koper, Izola, an


The ethnological study of children includes the cultural appreciation and conception of childhood


The activities of children's folklore groups have changed considerably in the past two decades as


The childhood of the Porabje Slovenes in the period before the Second World War ended at the age

The present article, which focuses on a non-European area, is an attempt to present the inclusion

While Ambonwari children from the East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea, are growing up into thei


Baroness Maria Wambolt lived at Hmeljnik Castle near Novo Mesto from 1876 to 1915.


Changing attitudes to the body can be traced in different temporal as well as spatial contexts.

The author presents the law as a social mechanism that determines the relationships between what


The article presents new findings on the Porabje Slovenes who live in urban environments, a popul

The article presents the economic and social conditions in Metlika between the two world wars and


The article presents the health care of working oxen, the indispensable working companions and hi


Placing the development of the kozolec in the framework of actual historical circumstances shows

The article publishes the principal data on Žalec and its immediate environs from 1843; they are


The article is divided into three sections.