TRANSFORMÁCIA KALENDÁRNYCH OBYČAJÍ V PROSTREDÍ ETNICKÝCH MINORÍT (NA PRÍKLADE KOMUNITY SLOVÁKOV VO VOJLOVICI)
Transformation of calendar customs in an environment of ethnic minorities (for example, the community of Slovaks in Vojlovica)
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Calendar rituals are usually important and representative part of each culture system. Their concrete form is determined by the immanent spatial, ethnic, confessional, socio-professional, intercultural and transcultural influences. Transformation of the calendar rituals is not usually random or spontaneous process because the dynamics of culture is always adapting to current conditions. The contemporary forms of calendar rituals among Slovak community in Serbia's Vojvodina, area Vojlovica-Pancevo, are the results of ethno-cultural sovereignty of the community, its long-term coexistence with-present Hungarian minority and the surrounding Serb majority, contacts with other Slovak Lowland communities and Slovaks in Slovakia and transcultural acting globalization of culture.
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