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2019 | 29 | 4 | 275 - 286
Article title

Easter and the Ways of Celebrating It in Slovakia in the 21st Century

Title variants
SK
Veľká noc a spôsoby jej slávenia na Slovensku v 21. storočí
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SK
Abstracts
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The text presents results of the research which was conducted in the form of a media search within the years 2001 – 2015. The blanket analysis of the press focusses on getting a transparent information about the ways how Easter is celebrated in Slovakia in the environment of global and information society. The material, which was subject to an ethnological content analysis, has generated data to monitor a wide spectrum of questions associated with the festive practice, its content and dynamics, parameters and themes of ongoing Easter social discourse. Surviving of that primarily religious Christian festival includes also two groups of secular elements in Slovakia, in addition to those spiritual. The one group includes family, community, and social activities, relax and entertainment, which the population enjoys on festive days off. The other group comprises symbolic activities that either spontaneously follow spring and Easter customs associated with traditional rural culture and phenomena termed as cultural heritage, or they symbolically refer to them. The spectrum of celebrating forms is influenced by the efforts of trade and businessoriented subjects to break through even in this sphere, meaning to increase consumption and adventure activities.
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29
Issue
4
Pages
275 - 286
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