The Singing Wolf Meets His Kin Abroad. Web-based databases of the Estonian Folklore Archives

Risto Järv

Resum

Els folkloristes estonians han creat diverses bases de dades en local, a més d’un parell de desenes de bases de dades en línia per facilitar la tasca de la recerca i incrementar l’accessibilitat al material d’arxiu. Aquest treball proporciona una visió general de quatre bases de dades en línia gestionades pels investigadors dels Arxius de Folklore d’Estònia: cançons rúniques, el folklore local, jocs infantils i rondalles. D’una banda, aquestes bases de dades es poden fer servir per a finalitats de recerca i per preparar textos per ser publicats; de l’altra, poden ser d’interès per a molta altra gent no especialitzada. Tenint en compte que s’han preparat durant un llarg període de temps i que algunes s’han elaborat a partir d’una base de dades en local, els principis que regeixen el funcionament poden ser diferents.

Paraules clau

Bases de dades; cançons; folklore local; jocs infantils; rondalles

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17345/elop201629-44