Rather than simply rejecting folklore as unreliable and inaccurate, several authors in the book deal with these problems and find that, when folklore is analysed as archaeological materials have to be analysedit sometimes does provide plausible interpretation for those materials, whether or not they can prove unbroken continuity of transmission.
Almost anything can allow play to occur within its boundaries, as is illustrated, for example, by works on tourism as play McCannell,television as play Stephenson,daydreaming as play Caughey,sexual intimacy as play Betcher,and even gossip as play Spack, Rhetorics are narratives that have the intent to persuade because there is some kind of gain for those who are successful in their persuasion.
Playfighting as an analogy to real fighting seems more like displaying the meaning of fighting than rehearsing for real combat. Even Clarissa's physical appearance is marked by this conflict, as Ferguson reads her self-wasting as her enactment of the stipulated state of nonconsent.
His interests in folklore centre around the way in which it functions to help define and negotiate identity, and how these are manifest in material culture. My own prior writings on the rhetorics of childhood are Sutton-Smith, a and c, and were my source for thinking of playas bound by rhetoric.
Fagen's fifth and last category: Acknowledging the historical dimensions of items of folklore can allow us to develop analytical approaches to their use as historical sources. These higher animals show the basic features of culture, such as predictable, sequential, and consistent patterns ofbehavior with each other; social hierarchies; and shared understanding as defined in Chapter 9.
My aim here is much more modest, it seeks only for the sources of ambiguity in play rhetoric. As divorced as the two fields of folklore studies and archaeology have become, there have always been individuals who maintained an interest in both. Indeed, we might dare ask whether the mounds exist in the form they do, not as burial places, but as entrances to the Otherworld, which are certainly appropriate places to lay the dead.
Each of these states of mind, activities, or events could be described as has I have described with travel and gossip, above. Animal play is easy to recognize. A list of similar cases could be continued almost endlessly. In this book we extend the argument to include also nonacademic understandings of the past within the Western world itself.
In the eighties — when personal response ruled — the problem was largely side-stepped. The recommendation that the interplay between play and nonplay should be more carefully studied was made by the famous play theorist Erik Erikson in his book Toys and Reasons Why does it seem easier for men to represent women in fiction than for women to represent men.
Thus Sacks, quoting Rodolfo Llin'as and colleagues, says that when comparing the properties of the brain in waking and dreaming, [they] postulate a single fundamental mechanism for both, a ceaseless inner talking between cerebral cortex and thalamus, a ceaseless interplay of image and feeling, irrespective of whether there is sensory input or not.
In the Americas, European settlers encountered indigenous peoples who maintained oral traditions about their origins and histories Trigger Studies showing that prior play experience with materials subsequently heightened a child's ability to solve problems with those materials Bruner, Jolly, and Sylva, American folklorists and historical archaeologists have also considered material culture as important points of connection between folklore and archaeology see Glassie ; and Symonds, chapter 8.
Even most children subsequently reviewing their own playroom behavior on videotape will call all of it play, when an examination of the tapes shows that what they are talking about involves the kind of variety mentioned above Magee, Scramble is another one to try that never fails to get classes competing and lessons off to a speedy start.
Folklore, on the other hand, tends to represent the past in terms of prototypes and their subsequent re-embodiments.
And while it suggests more flexibility than instinct in play, it is not established that flexibility is play's main function.
It has been shown in research that adults and children can reliably agree that what they see as play is play, but this may have more to do with a cultural consensus than be a valid indicator of the verity of their observations.
Accuracy and interpretation As Bendix has argued, this concern with authenticity and accuracy should itself be historically situated. Sociologists say that play is an imperial social system that is typically manipulated by those with power for their own benefit.
That there is an affinity between the rhetoric and particular scholarly or scientific disciplines, and between particular play theories and play theorists. When folklore is widely defined and encompasses popular culture as a whole, it can make a valuable contribution to an archaeology that is truly interpretive and interested in understanding the meanings of the past and its remains not only in our age.
This issue becomes particularly important when the issues of ownership and control over the use, presentation and management of ancient sites are contested, as is the case with Native American sites in North America, or sites in Palestine. This chapter is placed last in this work because of its largely reflexive character, as commentary on all the other rhetorics.
It is with the two last types of definitions b and c that this study is preoccupied. For example, play's supposed frivolity may itself be a mask for play's use in more widespread systems for denigrating the play of other groups, as has been done characteristically throughout history by those of higher status against the recreations of those of lower status Armitage, Competence Spring 1.
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