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Teaching Cello to Beginners in Tunisia: Reasons and Motivations A Critical Review
The musical education that focuses on the typology of instruments and their features should be taken...

Adil Maqdish's Folk Art: An Artistic Approach to Tunisian and Arabic Folk Tales and Legends
The name of the artist Adil Maqdish is associated with folkloric art in its various manifestations. ...

Aspects of Common Beliefs and Practices of Mesopotamia and Ancient African Peoples
Even if we do not consider literary texts in and of themselves important as a record of incidents an...
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  A word from the editor 47   Where are the Bahraini women folk bands?!
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My memory is flooded with songs by Bahrain's female folk bands. Songs full of sweet words and emotions, coupled with the beats of tambourines and drums, and sung by those warm voices in the neighbourhoods of Muharraq.

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Traditional Medicine of Muslims in the Indian State of Kerala
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The ancient scholars in the State of Kerala had great knowledge of traditional medicine and healing and therapeutic methods. Two masters in the Sayidayn family, are amongst those scholars, and treat people with faith and prophetic medicine. People turned to their scholars for health issues and treatment, as well as for religious matters. They used to seek solutions for both physical and spiritual problems from their scholars and masters.

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Us and Time An Anthropological Approach to Algerian Folk Proverbs
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Our relation with time is so intimate, because man carries it as an internal rhythm, and follows its flow; time is associated with the essence of human life and human existence.

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Anthropological Approach to African Tattoos in Saudi Novels
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This paper focuses on tattoos and facial scars, which are deeply rooted practices in African culture, as well as religious rites and rituals that serve several functions.

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Adil Maqdish's Folk Art: An Artistic Approach to Tunisian and Arabic Folk Tales and Legends
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The name of the artist Adil Maqdish is associated with folkloric art in its various manifestations. This art focused on women to communicate several feelings, thoughts and symbols within the space of drawings. It makes for very rich and comprehensive images.

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  Digital Art and the Preservation of Intangible Cultural Heritage Towards a Philosophy of Art in the Age of Information Technology
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This research focuses on sharing sites where data is available through free sharing and (mostly) free intellectual property rights, facilitating the participation of large crowds of Internet users. Users of these sites share the same interests in certain traditional costumes and traditional recipes or folklore dances; they share information and views about these interests at a very high speed. We have for example "Flickr", which is dedicated to sharing images; “Netvibes”, that can be seen as a portal that provides a space that mixes content and tools; and “the del.icio.us.”, which allows bookmarking and sharing various website addresses and saving pages.

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The Non-Textual Folk Biography and the Relationship Between Concepts in the Book: "Al Kalam Wal Khabar" by Saeed Yaqtin
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The relationship between concepts in the book "Al Kalam Wal Khabar" would not have been so cohesive without the impact of the text, which acts like a combining element for all concepts; which helps to serve the perception of the researcher.

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Teaching Cello to Beginners in Tunisia: Reasons and Motivations A Critical Review
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The musical education that focuses on the typology of instruments and their features should be taken seriously, since musical performance and vocal output contribute to the cultural significance of Tunisian society.

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Aspects of Common Beliefs and Practices of Mesopotamia and Ancient African Peoples
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Even if we do not consider literary texts in and of themselves important as a record of incidents and disasters that have affected almost all mankind, these texts are still worth studying because they contain a general question that anthropologists are addressing.

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Study of Quranic Intertextuality in Algerian Folk Poetry, MuhammadBalkhair, as a model
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The semiotician Mikhail Bakhtin was the first to emphasize the interactive nature of the literary text. Then the term "intertextuality "was adopted by his student Julia Kristeva for the first time in modern critical theory through her research, in which she observes that text is formed through the process of producing different texts, in what is known as textual productivity.

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