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Title: Role of mising folk tales and folk songs in developing moral values among children a critical study
Researcher: Doley Pritilata Pegu
Guide(s): Boro Anil Kumar
Keywords: Children
Folk songs
Folk tales
Mising folk songs
Mising folk tales
Moral values
University: Gauhati University
Completed Date: 
Abstract: newline ROLE OF MISING FOLK-TALES AND FOLK-SONGS IN DEVELOPING MORAL VALUES AMONG CHILDREN: A CRITICAL STUDY newlineAn Abstract newlineSubmitted to Gauhati University for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of Folklore Research in the Faculty of Arts. newlineSubmitted by newlinePritilata Pegu Doley newlineYear-2013 newline1.0. Introduction newlineThe Misings are one of the major communities of Assam dwelling mostly on the valley of Brahmaputra and her tributaries contributing to the growth and development of composite Assamese culture. newline1.1. Review of related literature newlineThe researcher had reviewed the works of Nath (1998), Kuli (1998) and Pegu (2005), Mipun (2000) and Sarma (2004), Doley (2009), Taid (2012), Magel (1981), Natsiopoulou. et. al (2006), Boro (2008), Hussain. et.al. (2013), Msimang (1986) and Mota (2009), Kinga (2001), Ndimoror (2011), Lee (2011). Singh (2011) etc. newline1.2. Significance of the Study newlineThe Mising Folk-Tales and folk-songs can contribute towards maintaining moral values among children like any other Folk-Tales and folk-songs. And another significance of the study is that no study have been conducted on the role of Mising Folk-tales and Folk-songs in developing moral values among children as the review of related literature reflected. newline1.3. Statement of the problem newlineThe Misings have a storehouse of folk tales and folk songs in their custody. As the Misings had no written script earlier, they couldn t record their events and ideas. Therefore, it is said that their history and culture lies in the air as the form of A;bangs (a type of Mising folk song) and Leke do:ying (folk tale). Since the importance has been given in stories, nursery rhymes, songs in the school curriculum, importance should also be given in developing moral values among children of the Mising community through Mising folk tales and folk songs. Therefore, the importance of the role of folk tales and folk songs has been realised and selected the topic The role of the Mising folk-tales and folk-songs in developing moral values among children-A critical
Pagination: x, 215 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/72266
Appears in Departments:Department of Folklore

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