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Folkloristics:

Folkloristics is the formal study of folklore, or traditional expressive culture. Folklorists study and analyze the artistic, expressive aspects of culture that are shared by members of cultural groups or subgroups, and have continuity in time and space. These include various genres, or kinds, of folklore, such as folktales, myths, legends, ballads and folksongs, proverbs, jokes, folk dance, folk craft and material culture, food ways, ritual and festival.

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