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M.A. Fdklore
Orders issJod.
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No.GA. UBt#s7s0rso
Reqrrent datad 17.0g.2OO4 fr'om Dr. RqfiarEn Fayyanad,
Oepanhrent, Cenlrc ior Foldore'S[d q Vetalsm'
Resd:l.
|laad of tre
ORDEN
paer rmd sove fDffEded srtlurent bill and
harrred by him
srppoil*ry r6rders, br Rs. E44l-, h coruredim $dt! he e1PensEs
Dr. na$er,en Fayyenad rfule
trld M'PhilJ
for ure oondrct of Enhane Examhratkrr of M.A. Fokore on 03.{D,ffi}4
amannl
Ph.D. h FsllilDle on OE.OB2O$I ard rery3es,*d b re-imburue he
payment of
sancttrrr has the|gturB bst acmrH by the fitBgisfiff for the
of Fdldo|e, vataksfa
Bs. &l,lt to Dr. Ragilrawn Foyyamd, heBd of tlp EePattrHlt
beirg tre elgeisas horned hy him iof tte 6fifuct of Entnane Examhntfum'
lffi
of
this accotnrt wtl be mat f,om he
2$g2{}1 Entrarroe eramhatirn" of lle anrrent yeo/s hrdgE,.;,...,=The elpendihre
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DEPTJW BEqSTRAR {CEA l)
FOT
REQSIRAR
To
Dr. RaStelan PaYYana9'
Centrc-lor Fdldore Srrlies' Vatakar
Copy
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1. Fhsrce wi{r hilt rotrdrcr
2. DDLI.A
3- Budgpt
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PA to Regidnar
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UT{IUERSITY GF CALICUT
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M.A. DE.R EE N,
,;ltylb*=
(sEMEsrER)
{Efrective from 2001 Admission}
M.A. course in Folklore aims lo i
Fotklore and lo make aware of ils funcfi
oiluation esp-ecially tho tndian silualion.
that il should preparo student* in taachi
Follriore is a lield science ano tneriiire data for arry itind of
anaitsis or
interprelation shail be acquiied from ccncerned fo!k. Therefore the
irur of
Folklore h folk and naturally folkloriat's commitment is towards folk.
The coursa,s
and accordingry train the srudenrs for ihe ,nir,irr'lro
in the presence 0F contemForary sochl-ilolilicai reality,
apable of interference posllivery in the life of tha lo!k.
"
T:': ecurso is spread over four semgstars cowring lwo years.
Each
semesl8r will have a lotat of 450 hours of instruclion, whicn inciurli
class room
lc.;iur+.r. guided.
iea_cirlg sessions, asaignment writing, saminarc, grcup
discussions, tutorlals, field visite and ionrputir erercise. ln the fourth
semesfer
lhe candidates shali wriie a Projecl Repor"t/Dissertati6n whlch woulrt jnvotve
some field work. At the end of the fourth semester examinalion, lhe-rirdiii.
shall appear for arcdrtflr;tfgfffi:flfb'foge. .,;
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M.A ll\i FOLKLORE (Semester)
The duqfion qf M,A
senrester shall'he a E monihr
90 instructional days ig.q spmesler
fipklqre-:pJ
inctusive
and
i'I,i
':':''"i:
SsmgStef.
ters.
Eactr
be at least
ruction in a
Thete s'haltbe a dlssertation/proJebl reporl'ln thiirfourth seniestbrtor whtch
the maxiinum. marks shau be '!tio.:
c'aipi.ti*i*'';-,fii-*;;'',,J*;;ii;,*;
conducted at'ths end orffie lart scmsiler foi'trhfih'i
n
voco, ln0 aggreget+r rnf,fks
,:
shall
shall be di3tilbuted as foltows.
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irrf
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t1,,,-5$!
be.1750.
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bJective type)
the average
of .awardlng
Belowliofr
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Betrveen 75 $( & 79 +',:ri:'"j'"l';';?'r,;l'a''ik5'.'
Belween B0 % & 89 q+
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sEnffiilARS
script
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lOne seminar"for eaeli paper, marks'to be awerded on the basis of the
(! marfs) and presenlqlio1(2 marks)
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The aesigninants/eer*inarsfte$t lapors will be he!d at regular intervals to
be nolified ln adv*nce by eacli.inetilutio.n/department. This wilf be martied and
returned the studenis within iwo rreeks of ih+ conciuct of the same.
'i
:pEriod
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nominate-,J'oi i*t"Heao'oi r,e Diipaiimeni, by rotarion for a
t'iill dcl'as the co-ordinalor for consolidaling the marlr ii$$ for
lnternal evalua(ion in' the parllcular'Deparlmeni ln lhe formil supplied Oi rne
Unlverslty. The tonsolidated mark llsts wlll be publlshed in tfrd'Department
Notice Eoard'ona week beforo tha completion of ifie classes for that
iarticuiar
J
the
seme$ter uffier the seal and signatrne of the Head of the Department and
Departmerrt co-erdinator for intelnal evelualtsn.
Grlevance redreSsat mechanlsm for lntemal evaluailon:
There shall be provision for Grlerianca redressal at three lwels - First
levsl of teacher conceined; Sacotrd, at tile leVal of ihe Departmant..commitlee
Deparlmert co-ordinator, the teacher
consists of ihle,Head, of the
!t,
'e'ach
ctass; Thirci, at the Urtiversity lg*l
concerned an6,the s.iir.ieni.
''- Ghancellor.
Chairman, P.G. Board 0f
i:omm1tee consistind of tiTe
$fudiesisubject expert nominated by ihe Vica-Chancallor, Conlrpller cf
Examinations and the Gonvenor or 1ne Examination Standing Gommittee.
and
nepartmettt level complaints. Will Ue
shall
tteiiston taken.r,vlthln tiie next two we
tsion
be fllsd in the University levei'commit
t!m?
.
t.f,r. *lff,iii one month'from tho last da
Department
the
by
scheduie in regard to grievance redrossal will be announted
frqm time
F,,iote: For Unirrersiiy level complainls, a fee, as fixed by the Syndicate
ts tinre, will be levied from the $iudent.
EX ERNAL EVALUATION
singte valr:ation lor the end-semester papers including
Ftevaluation strilt Oe possibte for lheory papers. Projecl
and Practica!; Proieci Report/Erissertation and Practical ln
wiii be vaiueii by iire Boarc of examiners'
e
FIN
AL COMPREH ENSIVE VMA.VOC
E:
rth Semester' afler the
Viva-Voce wilt be coriducted itt the enci of
covering
eXaminatiue. P, leam of examlrrei's Wili holcl ihe same for 50 marks
(opics in the 4 semesters-
TT|Esc}iEDuLEFoRUA!.uATEfloFSEmESTERPAPERSAiID'
PUBLICATIOI{ OF HESULTS:
for each
The valuation of answer scripts and distribution of mark liete
semester
of the
senle$ter will be done wlthln two mbntns from the completlon
examinations,
FASS REQUIREMEilT
mlnimum of
The paos minimum for each paper will be 40% wiih a separate
There will he no separate minimum for internal
40% fcr exter;le! evaluation.
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cLAsstpicnrrcr-t c F REsuLTs
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Fird: r"Jse
!
r,,+!ih
Class
!l Class
lll Clase
ilistirrciren :
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80 % and above'
60 odl Brid above ancl below 80 %
trJ jt' and above and below 60 16
o'{'
4l\ % and ahcve anrl betow 50
RANKING
.
only those candidates urno pass aii the papers jtl tlte-first appeatance
withinmininrumperlodwi|lbeconslderedforraltking,';nthebasisoftotalmarks
recelved far the entire course-
STJPPLEfrIIENTARY EXAM FOR. FAILED CAHDIDATES
car) appear for
Candldates, who have falled ln the semesler exarnlnatlon'
siudentsthe failed papgrs of a partlcular semester aiong with the regular
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1
SCHEME
M.A. FOLKLORE
Semester
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
-1
lntroduction to Folklore
i
Kerala Folk
Kerai Folklore
Folklore Theories - !
Semester
- SEMESTER
-
l
2
Folklore Thearies - il
Folklore and current trends
Foiklore in ths changing world
Fleld methodology and Archlving-
Semester
-
3
9. Oisseminaiion of Folklore
10. Fo;i(iore atid ilJledla
11 Folklora and Tourisnt
12. Fott Medit:ins
OPtlonal gubJec'ts
Somoeter-4
PrlntMedla
Al Optiona!-l :
I3. lntroduclion lo Mass Communicalion
'14. RePoriing and oditing
15. Reporting(Practical)
16. Editing (Practical)
Vlsual Medla'
:
B) Optlonal; Il
13. Stil! PhotograPhY
14. Basics of VideograPhY.
15, PhatograahY(Practical)
16. VideograPh; (Praetitat)
ltew Electronlc Medla
C) Optlonal - 8lt :
13. lrrtreductian 1o Coinptders and Tbxt bassd applicationt'
14. Data hase assign and lnternet applicatlons'
15. Di;la l*l!+*t;on (Practi':al)
16. Computer LahoratorY-
'
Tourlsrn
Dl Optlonal - lV
13. Fundamentals of Tourism
14. Folklore Tourism and ldentity.
15. Training - Tourieni Managament
1S. Training - Guidance.
E) Optional - V: Folk fifledlclne wlth special reference to Kalcrl
Traditlon.
13.
i4.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Kalari- lntroduction
Kalarl Medical Treatment.
Tralnlng ln ["lassaglng.
Training in Kalari Treatm+nt.
,
Project Report (ComPulsorY)
Viva - Voce.
_a t
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trI.A FOLKLORE
$em
rshr
No.
-
-SCHEME OF =XAMINATION
COURSE STRUCTURE AND MARK DISTRIBUTION
Titla of Fapelg
glfi'€$s
Houra
uf ,rqurei
pef
rtor
weak
tem
fi
1.
2.
3.
4.
$.
6.
7.
8.
9.
ril
10.
11.
12.
13.
lntroducllon to Folklore
Kerala Folk
Korala Fclklore
l:olklore Theories - I
Folklore Theories . ll
Folklore and cunenl
trends
Folklore in the changing
w0rld
Field methodoiogy and
Archiving
Dirsamination rf Folktore
Folklrrre and Media
Foikiore and Trurlsrn
Folk il,,iedicine
*
3
iJ
i;rtruriucli*n t+ fi;iass
Com m unicallon
Stilt phi.itography
introduction to
Gomputers & Texi
based applicationr
Fundeinenials cf
C
Tourism
E Kalari- lntrcduction
14. A Reporting & Editing
B Basics of Videography
C Database design and
lniernat applications
D Fciklore Tourism &
ldentlty
E KalariMedical
Trealment.
e
115,
7
115
rt
,l ., t\
I tv
,b
110
b
115
'i15
7
b
110
c
.110
6
115
115
110
110
. i j-i.
11il
l'4arka
CA ESA
2A 80
20 80
2A 80
20 80
2A' 80
2A 80
20 60
20 80
72080
62A80
62A80
62A80
Toial
100
100
100
100
'100
'!v00
100
100
100
100
100
100
20
lGG
20
100
.
.15. A
B
c
D
E
16.
Reporting (practicali
Fhotography
(Practicat)
Oata Collection
(Practrcat)
Training - Tourisnl
Managernent
Training in
Massaging
Editing (Practicat)
Videography
{Practicat}
c Computer laboratory
D . Trainlng Guldance
E Traintng in Kalari
Treatment
r
lc
G
t0 80
100
A
B
17.
Project VUork/Dissertation
18.
Viva
113
- Voce
Total
CA: CanUnuotrs Assesment
6
EO
--- 100
50
10$
10s
50
1750
End SemesEr Assessr:ent
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,
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U.NIVERSITY OF, CAIICUT
M.A
FOI.KLORE
SYLI-ABUS
\
Duratlon of the Gourse
:
Two Years
Flumber of Somesters
:
Four
Ho. of total papars
Slxteen + ProJoct Wor*
of papers in eaeh semester.
flo. oiteachlng days far each Semester
Four
90
Medium of lrrstruction
Malayalam/Engllsh
iEo.
MEnimum'baslc Qualificaiion for
.
Any Graguate Degrec from anY
UGC recognlsed lnstltutlon/
admission
Unluersity {Those .who have
sgroe,ln any
ollglblq to gct
obtah:e
sublect
:
Selection
adnrisslon for M.A. Folklorc)
-$electlqn
shall be based on en
Eniirance
Strength of the
students
:
Tegt
l{ot 6ore than fifteen.
:,,.
.:
II
SEMESTERPAPER
Unft
1:
-
I
t: tiltTROIruCTloN TO FOLKLORE
lntroducflon to Folklore
Popular antlquilles - ,colnage of i;1e wortl f:oll{lore
differerlt ierms definition of Folklore
Folklore matlers
Richard M. Oorson & Alan
Dundes - shift from 'lore'to folk - Dan Ben Amos's definition
- Folklore is
llle-s19ay of the lore of the oppressed and other issues
il,.ng* in the
deflnlllon of folk - rural/pleasani tater shlfled to non ur#n, pirinou.triat
Any group whlch share a common lralt.
-
'
-
-
-
Unfr
2:
Hature and Scopc of
R,ural
-
llliterale
Folklorti'
i
- Tradillonbl - anonynious - inherited..i- even urban and
me'expresslve iradition - in a folk their
literacy arrC vice -- Versa.
resent is nol confined !o ,lo.re, in the
ic continuum, tne expressive behaviour
up.
unlt
Folklorc study: Europcan pcrspec{lvc .and
s:
PersPectlu8.'.
.
ilnlt 4:
ri:::- ,,
ei, Archer Tylor, Stith Thompson, Dorson, Oan Ben-Amos,
lchard Bauman, Goldstien, nogei Abrahaiii eie, Germany,.
ssia"
.
Folklore ln
Far east
'.
thr
.. ,.,..
east.
- jan.al.end china, souih Easi Asia, Beri, Thailand, rndonesia
and if alaysia, lndia, pakistan::and tsangladesfi,
and posl
coionial.
unlt
5:
AmerlGan
';
toeologrly, Polltlcs
,Fri _'coloniil,
coloniai
:
antl Folkloie wttfi speclat reference to Kerata
Rom a ntic is m, Nalionaft
T, Mhrxi$-m, I m perialir m, O riantdtio
Gom modification and Globalisaiion
the iHr5iact
-
of lhese on
n,
'
M odernis m,
i'o6fo6.
Sehcted Readlngs:
'lt.
2.
3.
Eun - Amos, Can, 1982: "Towaids a Definition of Folkiore" in Fotktoro in
Cantext, Naw Dalhi: Soutn Asian publisherr.
(Ed.) 1gz6: Fotktr,re Genres, Ausiin: universily.of rexas pres$.
^.-.........-.---.
Carvalo'Neto,
Paulode lg71 The concept of i:aikicre (trinstatlon) Floiioa:
University of Miami prees.
t;?
a
4
1
r,
6
Clarke, Kenneth & Mary Clarke W, 1963: lntroelacing Folklara, New York:
Rine hearl & Winslon.
Cochiara, Giuseppe,,,1971 The hlstory ol,Fol/.s,re ln Europe, Phlladelphla:
lnstltute of the study of human lssues.
Doreon, Richard. M, 1972: Folklore and Folkfite, Chicago: Chicago
'
University
1973: Falf.hre Researcfi Around tha workl, Naw York:
Kennikat Press.
Dundee, Alan (Ed.) 1985: The Stady of Fokbre: Prenthe Hall.
. '!978: Essays in Fafkhrisfrbs, Meerul: Folklore lnstitute,
Handoo, Jawaharlal, 1989: Fotkbra
An lntroductior, Mysore: Central
lnslilute of lndian Languages.
islam, Mazhrul, 1985: 'Foikiore, the pulse of the people' ln rlle context af
tndlc Folkbre, Nevr Deihl: Goncept Publlshlng Co.
Payyanad Raghavan, 1P87; fofibre (3'd eC] Trivandrum: State lnstitula of
Pross.
T.
8.
:........
s.
10.,
11.
1?.
-
LaRguages.
...(Ed.i'1999: Meotogy-Polfics and Folkbro, Payyannur: F.F.M
It,a
Publicalion.
Pardes, A & Dan Ben-Amoe (Ed.) 1972: Towards a New perspecffve in
Fofrlore, Auslin: University Texas Press.
15. Ramanujam. A.K., 1967i. "The Flelevance ef South Asian folklore" in lndian
Folklsre -i 1 ,'$ilyeore: Cenlral lnstilule of lndian Languages.
16.' Toelicerr, Bre {9?9: rhe Dynamics ol Fokbre. Boston: Houghton Mifflin co.
-
PAPER - II
KERALA FOLK
Unit
1:
Kerda Folk ln a l{istorleal Perspeeilve,
As a contlnuatlon of Sangham Tradltlon
-
Nallves and ,mlgrateo.groups
Keralolpathtand Kerala foli< - Kerala Folk through ages - what happpned to
the Keraia Folk tnrough agep is the main concsrn of this unil.
Unii
2:
Goographical fsaturcs and cultural landscapc
ccastai, Plane afid mountaln - Di$trlbulion of folk ln th63e area. MalabBr,
Cochi:r and Tramncore
Unit
S:
-
genor?lfeatures of these follrs.
Linguistic Groups
groups
Bi-lingual and multi.llngual
Tulu, Kannada and Malayalam
spoaking - Tulatunad area - Tamil and, Malayalam epeakinE, Palaghat and
Trivandrum area - Konkani ancl Malayalam rpaaking aroa.
{:
Unlt
Caste, Trtshe and Reiigious Groups
Different eastes in Kerola
groups ln Kerala.
S:
Unit
-
Dlfferent tribes ln Kerala
-
DlfEei'ent rellglotiu,
lssues related to identlties of Ksrala Folk
-
impaci of glooalization and
Dirrersiiied identities arrd eommon idenlilies
consumerism an Folk iden{Eiies Unificaiion f'!'oeesc in diversified religious
identities antl other identities.
-
1. Bhaskaianufin!. P., 1$$B: Pathonbatham Noottandlle Keralam, -Thrlssur:
Kerala Sahithya Rcademy.
2. Faw*ot, F., 1990 tjayars of flalabar (Reprlnt), Madras: Asian Educational
Sarvices.
3. Gopalan Nalr. C., 1911: Matabar Series Wayaaad: /fs People and
fradrfba.s. [iladra*.
4. Gopaia Fanikker.T., 1900: Mahbar and fs Foit, $iladras
5. Logan, bUiiiiam, tu!CS, 1981: Mahbar Vot, 1, Trivandrum: Chaiithrant
Fublic atic;:
6. Sanliaran Nannboothiripad. E.f,ll. f969:(eratsm Malayaiykatute
ll afhrai:ltccmr, Thrissur: Current Baoks.
1. Seydu Muhammed.P.A., 1951: Karala Musfim Cfiarithrarn, Thrissur:
Current Bcoks.
8. Sragdhara Metron.P.., 1970: .Socral and culural l'iisiory of Kera/a, Now
Deihi: Steriing Pubiishers.
9- Thurscn, Edgar 1909: Casfes and Tribes of Southern lndia, 7 Vcl. [,.!adrag.
9. ......,,...., lg06; Ethnographic notes in South lndia, Madras.
PAPER III
KERALA FOLKLORE
Unit f :
.
Unlt
Genre in Felklore
Genre in Folklpre -verbal lore , non:verbal lore, material culture, beliefs and
k*owledge
2:
lteraia Folklcre
-
Verbal lore
Myth, Legend, tolk tale, Froverb, Riridie, Folk speech, Major nalive getiras
awilable in theso categories, their canterls and texts.
Tribal/ruralJurlian and i,{alabar/Cochin/Travancore representation shall be
observed.
'-
l\
linif
tieibal lore (continued)
3:
Fclk song, Beilartr, Eplc, chiitlien rttyme etc. ft{aJor nalive genres
r-"'.-: are lo be
introduced (Rep-le3"rrtailonas rnenticned
in.unit'2)
Unit
4:
$Eon
Verbal
Folk perforrlences * riruol performaftcei, Arl performances,
Cusicmary act,
Folk games,.Folk dsnce, Foik drama etc. trlajr,r rorms
introduced
ilir-il;
(represei,ilaiiona*meni;gi-;edinUnit2.},.:.-'-;Unii
E:
folaierial Culir;re* tseiiefr,^ a:rci cust+m+
Utensiis and.oth*i iiOillE appl!srrc=s, ;grlcultursi, !mplem+nts,
ii!easures,
ruliditlg oiructures eic, Fcix rsligiL'rr-ir heliei.r Dair and Don,l do+s
- 0!,.iEt-l
etc, Folk: medi0illB; Folk iecillir,iogy aic. {Represemaiion as rnenlironed
!n
Unii 2i
$etecied
,I
l.
',
Readings:
Achutha M+non, cnelanali 1g56; gallarls ol luort& Mafafrir,
Madras:
Madras Uni,.,ersity.
1 S5 I : fteralalfitfu t' a'*e sev a, fol adras:
tdarjras Uninerslty.
ehoonciai. chummar 1g7g: sfua/es rn (eruh Folkh)ret,
tr*narrr= iiir.gn
.
2.
3.
4.
5
0.
7.
E.
9.
Karasr-: r'i-M.N., 1989: Maha?evi Moinkatty
i*,'$.{i# d,r',f;iar:ga
iiti e;ia n p ur-a m : y uva ka ia s a hit hi.
{
-
vidar io'iiiirrn,
Kerala
_sangeetha Nataka Academy
- 1g7g: Folk art Directory., Trichur:
Kerala -sangeetha Natake Acadeny.
Narr.$.K. i955; Keratatfiik Natoti Nata*anga{ Madras: Mcdras University.
i'iamhiar. A.K.
lgEg: Keraiattti9 ftaiastcetafrai rotavam;,''s.nity,
Pravart haka Sahakarana Sangham.
Fayyariad Raghavan (Ed,) -
Pubiications.
payyannur: FFlvi
rggl: Kerah. .Fol*lore,
,
-
1fl
(Ed,, i39-q: /deohgy. poflrbr *
Payyannur: FFIH
Publications.
.t 'l
Raghavan.M.D., 194?: Fatk piays'and Dance*s of Kerala. Trichur-.:
12. surendranath.K.v., slvai<umar v.p. & Gopalai(rishnan.pequqlpiizna
lggg:
-ru;ir"
{erah F,a'lagranain {Grameeng ' iefa padfianariirr, Tsffindru*
13.
vishriu ltiambuthi;'i, I'JLV..
l: ilatofi
i0B
thinoru Mukhavura,
Kottayam : Sahltya pravarthii<a Sahakarirna
14.
-.-...... 1989: Fotklar* fiigJtandir, Trivandrum: State lnsltute
of Languagas,
15.
1998: tJafotrvr;nar?a6)a.rr. Kottayah: D.C. Books.
........:
MAGAZINE
.
1-
RaJagopalan. C.R. (C. Ed.) 1995-',999-. Keraleeyathayute Na'ttarivu. tssue
1-10. Trichur. Nattarivu Padhana Kendram.
PAPTR IV
FOLKLORH TI{ECRIE$
Untt'l:
Evolutleh Tl'resrEes.
Cultural Evolution .- DJiyth ritual ih*eirJ
from Kerala Foixl0re.
Unlt
2:
-I
Dsvolutlon
i
- rrornFi?r-stiile iriytho!o*.y -
examples
D:ffuelon theorg*s.
Solar mythology and Manian thuory. Mono genasis and Poly genesis lndianietic theory - Finnish method. Examples may be cited ft'om Kerala
Folklore as far as possible.
{
lJnit
3:
,
Stru-ctur.+l Factionaiism by Radcliffe Brown
Funetionalism hy Matlnowsky
Foli<lore
F.unctlonal thoughts rr:'
:'wlltlam Bascom and clffford Geertz'
SxarnS!r,t may ne iitet flom Ktrala Folktore
-
Unit
4: ,
Functlonaltheory
-
Psychaanalytiual
Theory
Baeics of Freudian and Jungian theories
i
*
Applicntiott of Psycho"artaiysie
and analyticai psycholoyT by Farnest Jones and Alan Dundes
A.K Ramanuiam bn li:diari data .4ppiication of tf,ese theories on Kerela
.
Folklore.
Unlt
5:
Contexfrr*t*,.*tl* Ou^r. theofy
Frorn Malinowsky.to Dan Ben Amns Tir-,ri;Shl-s of Roger frbrahar,: and
A.K. Ramanuiam - ccnlexlual ltif,,--rry in iriei;'iiir co:-riext. kllhai is Eenre? contelt and geil6e'- Eiftnic cai:490ry anfi anaii.'ilcai category.
Selectetl fieadingsi
i.
2.
Ahrah;iil, l<arl, '!g4e; .Setscfed papers. oR Fsyc/?o fffiafsrb
.
Lcnel'rir:
Emerscn Press.
Afinowiiz, Slanley, 1$81: Fia cnsrb rir rrisforu'calltieferialsm.' Class. tro#fics
ard Gufrura in Marxist thooryl, Nep,, Ycrk: Praegu.
\r,:
a
3,
il
5.
6.
T.
BarAmos, Dan lgBZ: Fotkhre
Publishers.
in coilert, New Oelhi: soulh Asian
ln Context ln Western
1993, "Context
Folklore i2:
PF 209-226.
Blackburn H. stuarl & Ramanujam. A.K. Igg6: Anotfisr harmany: Now
8.e.$8!rs' and the falkbro ol hr$ia, Borkeley: Unlversity sf California press.
Boas, Franz 1890: "The Growllr of lndian Mylirologies, in Journal af
American FolLtore. Vol.g: pp I 0g-l 34.
Brunvand Jan 1978: The study of American Fo$rbre - An introduction,
New Yorlr
B_ui!u, Tcmaa, A, lglt."Folkloriotico: A conceptlon of theory" in Western
Follcbre xxxvt No.2 Fp tog-rc+,
aclaus, Feter. J and Frank J. Korom 'igg1: Fotkhristics and lndian Folkbre,
Uriupi: Rdgional Resources Cenlre.
10. Dorson,.Richerd . Irf,. (Ed.l 1gTZ. Falktore and Fotk frfe : an in,troduetion,
Chicago, Uiilversity of Chicago pr6s$.
11. Dundes, Aian 1964. :"Text, texture and context" in Southern Folklore
quarterly Vot. 28 Pp : Zi1-265.
12.
(Ed.) 1965: rlre study af Fokbre. Engrewood criffs N.J,
Prenfice Hali.
f3. .,.ir...,!rrr.i 1975:'AnalyfibalEssays in Folklore,The Hague: Moulon.
o
14
Preilice Hali15.
16.
17.
ro.
{o
'i97S, Essays
in
1978: Essayc ln Fokbristicq Meerut: Folktore lnstitrtre.
i987; Cratking jartas, Galifornia Tan Spead pross.
,......;. lSBB: Sacred NarratMe, Raading on tha Theory of figh,
Berkely; Universrly of California press.
F-reud, sigmund ls35:
General tntraduction to psycho-anatysis, New
York: Washington Square press.
1949 An outine of psycho-ana/ysls (Trans),-London: The
!-logartn Press.
A
.....:.....,...:
1956. Colbcted
Hogarth Press.
21. Freud, sigmund & D:E- oppenheim
lniernaiional Universiiy pross
4t.
falkbristics, Eagiewood Cliffs N.J.:
papers Vot.
lgbgL
V (Trans) London: The
Dredrns
ln Folkbre,
New york:
Fromrn. Erich 1gg1 . The Forgotlen Language: An intraduction to tfie
understanding of Dreams, fairy tabs and mytnl, New.york Grovc press
inc.
23. Handoo, Jawaharlai 1g7g: curient rrcfids in Fal*hre, Mysore: lnsfltute oF
Kannada Siudies.
24. l-iarris, fuiarvin lgGB: illt'rise of Anthropobgicaltheory, New york.
25. James Freileric 1971: Ma'rxism and Form : Twentiefft century Diabctical
Ttnartes of Lfteratu.re= i.{.J. Frlncelon.
26.
J-ung,_cai Gustai, lg5g: Tfie archetypes and rclbclMe aneonscious, New
York: Boilinglon Foundation inc.
27.
.. 1953: The Cotbcted works of C.G Jung VoIT (Trans) :
Routhladge 8r Kegan paiil.
28. Krohn, i'.+rle 1977: Folklore fritethodotogy (Trans) Austin: The university
of
Texas press.
\1
29'
Kardlnar, Abraharn 1939: 'The individual and
his society, in ilre psyc.fo
gl|r'fl": of pimfrive socrbl orgenisatian. New york: coiumbia uni.rersty
30'
Legman- G- 1975: frattonates of Dirty1blres,
--r r-"-r7 Anaffsis of saxua/ Humours:
Naw york, graaking
"'
point.
sz.
humour, Vot. -t
ltqoryington: tnOiana-University.
Lowie, Robrrr. .l
H, 1e36: rni
theory, New york: Horr
Rineharl Winsi+n.
36'
Unlversity Fress.
Radcliffe-Brown, A.R, lgiz: Btiuc,tu're and
London : Coherr & lnteri.
l
uitiii ii*iii'iiirat
33.
lta-ilrowsfi,..Bronisla.rv. A i944: A scientific tfieory of ialure and dtfier
es$Eys,
carifoinia; universrty of North carifornia press.
Morgan,
r ggl: Ancieai Socrety, N; i;;i:'Litt,
11.
35- Prichard, Etai'ls.
EE, rsaS:- r.iearie.'
'r-t
u,
38
,i"p
tive Rerprbn, oxforti
func n
in primfiiva socieiy,
1s"?::!:y!!, A
?i*?Llrrgi?:
.ty.'lpgsiyn .: rndiana uniuersity press.
n,
sr:r
h, r s 7 ?.' r itr' *i*i[
rso
tu,'H"rirr*v,'"ffi
-
[#;i;"';i'#,ffii'grnia
[hoLz
'Press.
Press.
1t-lfrrryritue cnr#re.. usA: chicago Press.
Iy.l:: t_B:
Z.ip*r
Jack iBIg.,Era*f,#g tfie Magic ;spq/f
Radical theories of
l-:-{ari" r'il r.-.r.r, .: u;t i n :' U n ive rs iiy oi f r-l-p;il;
11rtmos, Dan 192d,-'ri*no
usrin: unrversity
3s
40
i
o*rirr,'
FotK and
.
3,.I.Press.
42. Honko, Laur!, iggg.
Fennica.
Forkfurtstit rfeones
of
of rexas
Gefira, Heisinki: sludia
SHEITESTER II
PAPER V
FGL!{LSfl E TI{EORIES
Unit 1:
Unlt
2:
.
II
Ore[ Fcrmuis!* The+ry
Syni+;i;riarilc *:t,+;tu:,+
nraiic.
atic/Paradig
e features elc.
-
Lang uelparole.
Formalism Morphology of the Fotk
Mova - Syntagmatic stiucturatism _
odel- analysis of a Malayatam tale.
"
'itr,
tlnit
E:
Paradigmaiic $tructure
Levl- straussign model. Elnary opposiilon, mylh, mylheme
mylh from Kerala, preferably local mylh.
Unit
4:
-
analysls of
a
Elemente of $enniotlcs
-
-
I[4otii,allon Bemiosis and rneaning connotation end denotaiion etc, Glve
a semrotic analysis of a Folklore form of Kerala.
tlnit 5:
Ferformance theory
-
Definition anEi characte,isncs of performBflce performer and euuience perf.;rriiance cttiiigurati0n
performarice cerittext and texl Elenients of
pert-ormance - trei'ba! +lenrerts - speech, dialcgu+. sollgrr narratiu.es elc. non - verbai elemcnts rnima and r;lher elements i.e., spaca, pogture, face,
m0vernBnl, oara-language. sye, -<i[ence, psrcaptuai featuro (ai'lifacts),
gesture , insirumental musi;, and orai performance
cuiiura! peif$rmance
and ritual performance.
-
-
-
Eelected R+adings:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Barlher: ,toland 1S73: f*fytholagie.s (Trans) London: Paiadin.
........ tgBr:Theory of the Text in Unrying tfre Text.
Beck, Brenda E.F 1332: The three twina: Tlie tetfrng af a Souih lndia Epic,
Bloomington.
claurle, Bremond 1877. 'Tha morphology of tha Franch fairy tale: the
ethicai model" in Heda & Dimitri Srgal (Erls.), Patterns ln Oral Lfrerature,
The Hague: Morton Publications'.
Claus, Peter & Frank J Korom (Ede.) Folkbristics and lndian Fotkhre
Udupi: Regional Resoure e Centre for Folk performing Arts.
ou;tder, Alan, 1964, Tfie tulorphsbgy of Notth Amarican tndian FoIttass,
Helsinkl: FF cornm unications.
i
I
Eco, Umberto, 1984: Semiofibs and Fhiiosophy oi Languago, Bloomington,:
lndiana University Press.
Edmunds, Lowell and Alan Oundes, (Eds,) 1983: Oedipus: A Fotkbre
casebaok, Ners York: Garlanri Publishing inc.
Foley, John Milis, luBO Ora/ Farmalab theory and research: An
introductian and annateted BibfrograpfS N6w YorK; Garland.
11. Giil i{.b=,, 1989; Abeiarriien $emi,;ties anrl atfier essflys, New Delhi: Bahri
Publication.
12. Handoo, Jawaharlai i9.r9: Current Trends tn lndten Fol*brlstlcs, Mysore:
lnslitute of Kunnad studies, lilysore Unlversily.
13, Kongas, Elli and Piorra Maranda 1952: Strueiural modets in Folkhre,
Midwest Fr-rlkiore.
14. Lrri .- -3'rrauss, C!aud+, 1963: Slritlturat Anthrapobgy, New Yorlc Baeic
Books.
6.
9.
i0.
:
,:1,
_^,
\1
-,+,
fiie Sl.+ger oi the Tab, Cambridge:
, 1gl1: The Strurcfural fiodels tfi
on: The Hague.
f the folkta&, Londolr: Universily
tkan pattinte pafiyah,
rse
in
Sukapuram:
Ganeral Linguistics, Londcn:
as pefformance. litinosis: Wakeiand
21.
Delhi Orford UniversiW press
Death, fexls in peioinance.
2?.
23.
oce$s, itftaca: New york, Connal!
PAPER VI
IJ{TLKLSRE AND CURRENT
TRENDS
. Unlt ,i:
ilitqfity anS LIE*r;tey
i
waiier
c'rnc o* -_.13" rechnorogising oi the word
modern
-wri*en
rrxr
o,,i
r,,i,
#:liji,?,,.__j.*Ililf X_;rf#;;,;"1;;;';i
rexr.
Unit
2:
ong
post sfruet+sr*li*nl
-
Derida Ee-canstru-i{i.,tn *
l',t-1t-aryrr}sic.al presence
$ignrfier ro.ilnuunn
crflique on Levi- srrarits
fucan
crr,qire-onrreuolan
psycnoanagsis _
critique ofl sffirs:'rure ,;::i
stiucturrais* ilrioJriore parspec*ve.
-
Unlt
S:
-
-
poso* F*.rS€t*ii1*..?
-
Dlst6,lciation theory _
eo Marxism - theory of
by Homi Eabha - post
Liberai'Fem!n!;:ir- radii'=ei
feminism.- Gyno centricicm and
Gender repres€jsrtation i* Fanrore
Autocantricism
with ,piii.r ,#rence to Kerara.
)tj
*
Unit
6:
ldeofogqy Polltics and Folltlotu
3lf?ere.': layers of ldeology;- Folklore tecelves rrew lrleologles llrne lo time.
Example fronn Kerala Folklore - lnterpretalion of Folklore and imposilion of
new idaology - Examplos, are lo bq silsrl. Power structura and Folklore Foiklore erprosses strong feeling'againsi as well as oppression famiiiar to
Nationat lavel. Politics bahind the origin of popular antiquities and tha
evolution of the discipline Folklore - Kerala Folklore and Politics.
Selested Readlngs:
'!.
2.
3.
4.
:lTrans; Lonflon:.Paladin.'
Barthes, Roland
Culler. J, 19E3: .On
ffeqry and criticisn pfter Structuralism,
L'ondon: Rulierlge alrtl Kegan Paui.
Farror, Ciaire.R, {975: Woman and Foiitkr'ie: lmages and Gsnres, Prospecf
heighta i/t Wave and Prpss.
Law J (Ed.) 1986: Pow6r, action and Eelief, London: Roulledge and Kegan
5.
Ilomboodiripa$, Usha (Ed,) t99S: l.iaitrrivile Pennu (Kereleeyatlryude
1S73':
De
Faul.
'
9.
7.
B.
9.
-
5), Thrissur: Naltarivu Padhanakendram.
cina;, Felix. J, i978:: 'The Folitical user ano thernes of Folklore in the
Soviei Unicn' in..Foithre Nationalism and Poftias, Coluinbus: Slavic
Nattarivu
l:ubltcations. ,:
Payyanad, Raghavan (Ed;)': -tr999: ldeology Polilics
and Folklore,
Payyanrrur: FFM Publications. '
VUilson, Ytliiliam. A,, 1978;' 'The Kalevela'Finnish Polilica' in folktore
Nationaii:sm and Pofities, Columbus. $lavic Publications.
Giig, !1/alter J, 1993: ''The techn0:0glsing oi the world", "l4odern Dlscovery",
"Snrr're Psycho-dynamics of Orality"
Orafry and Lteraey, London:
Routledge.
ln
PAPER VII
FOLKLORE IN THE CHAHGING WORLD
,
unlt
1:
Folklore and
Foilrlorlsm
';
lmportance of context of a text. Folklore, Fakeiore and Folklorism - Primary
Folklorlsm and
context, secondary contert a.nd any numlel of context
-
Unlt
2:
Applled
Folklore
.
Foli<lore. Fakelore, Foiklorism and Aoplied Folklore
groupi
-
Folklore used by
To promote comfiodilies in the market
-
used by
premole
Tourism
Te
Government and non-.govornmental agencies - used
by Educalionaiists Used by media persoirs used by Psychlatrisls
Folklore, Appiied Foiktqre and its intenelationship.
Political
-
-
-
\
o
;l\
Uytit
7:
Folklore and lde*tity
-
Gl0ballsatlon anrl. co.nsumerlsm
identity.ci'isls in the mogerrl '.ry,:rlri .Feellng of identity as /, c+ujiiEr ;:ii oi u'nlfie ation *. Hinduaisation in lnciart
contex-l Ethnic identity 3i-rii ri.il::r+i ;{er-riiiY Dalil rnovomsrti and
iiberation'rnovement'- Search rf ideniiiy of any group is one of tire main
oijeclives of Folklsre siUCy.
Unit
4:
Fsli<lsre and Sustslnable deve!+pm+nt
lnnigenous knowledge slsstems - whbt;elic irrorfC'rriew - !ritegi'a{rng locai
krtowie:!ge - sustainable d*velcpment and people partieipation Frogramnre
(Janakeeyaas titra rra mi.
Unlt
6:
Kerala Folkloro In thc clranging world
Fartors inilusncing: Eieclrrrnic tJledia, Cornputerisai;o;t,
lnternet,
Urbani*ation and induslriaiisa'iion, globalisation and coiisume!-ism - impacl
ai Folklori;m, applied folklore, iourism cn Kerala Foikltre. Folklrrre in iii+
.changing world - case'studies of turo Foikiore forms (cne religious iore end
oiher agricultural lore)
Seleeted Reaolngs:
1.
2.3.
1.
5.
.
6.
7..
8.
9.
'
Ban - Anno$, Dan, 198{: "The soVrri $irands,of tradition:uarietios in it's
metininn in Arnerican fclklore sludies" in Journa! of Falklore Researcrt Vo!.
2i h!0. ../3 FF g7-133
Eendix Regina, 1988: "Foikiorism: The cftalienge of 'a contept" .in
lnternationalFokbre Revlew - E PP $-'!5..
DUndas, Aian 1985: Nationaiisiii; irifeiii;rity crmpiaxe',+ and the fabrication of
Fake lore: A'ieconsideraiicrr' ef Os:+i.,i ire i,:iircierund Hansmarchen, lhe
Kale-vala and Paul Bunyan in Jofffiie.r i.,f Fal(rbre Researcfi Voi. 22 No.i PP
5- 18.
Honko, Latiri 1993: "Folklor'e Proress" A paper presentad in FF Sumnrer
\
School. Turku, Finiand.
Jsilnson, i.lartha (Ed.) i992. Lora, capluring iraditibn environrnenlal .
knowledge. Canada : 9DRC
Oinas, Felix J, I978: .The Poliiical uses and Themes of Folklore in Soviet
Union'in Fatkhre, Natiofialisfi aild Poftr'es, Golumbus: Slavlc Publicalions..
Payyanacl, Fl.agliavan (Hd.) 1899: ldeobgy Polftbs and Folkiarc
Payya nnur: FFM Publication
(Ed,) 1997: Kerah Folfbra Payyannur: FFM Publicatiort.
Wilson, William A tSTB:,The Kaievalaa and Flnnish :potiilcs tn Fo/frIore
tdattonailsm and Pofrlcs, Cotumbus : Slavic Publication.
PAPI.{ VIII
FlELll IuiETHODOL+GY
Unit 1:
.
AfrCillvlt'iG
Felklors as iield s*ienee
Fcikiore as data - rrvhai ic fieid
and scnlexiual data
Unlt 2:
AN D
- pre"iield preparaticn -
primary, secondary
if,ethods of coilectlan & lssues in field u.rork.
Oheei-yation malhod (Farticipant method and non-partiCipant obtsnration)
Writing
Schedules
Ethnographic melhod
Questionnairo method
-
.
Unlt
Evaluation 0f tnese methods in the light of
cuiiure anti Dialogical metnod Kera.la Fclklore
Genher & Genre ia$ues -.Ethical
Hongrariunts,
Cita.
3:
': r
-
lssuet
.,
'.
Copyright prohlems and
Post Fleld lUorfi
Prccessrng data (Organizing & Anal'ystsl
Unit 4:
,a.re
hi,ri+g
TyFes or Archivi'.r$ - metnod$ er archiviiig Fieservtlion and retrieuai
svstern s co::rriai-'iralic n techniq ue$ E ltd com p uter appticalio n)
.
.
Unit
5:
Folklore Arehlvlng ln Kerala-
Setect+d Readlngs:
i.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6
7
.
8.
Brrrnvand, Jan Harold , lgll'. Folklpn u *fo,ry ard fiesaarci Gvide, NEw York: Et.
fl*'lattins Fress.
Oorscri, Richard M, i372: ,sefAlore aN Folklife, Chicago Uni'reisity PressGetdsteln. ?{enneih,' 19$4: A gitidr- iar field workerc in Folklorc, Pennsylvenia: The
Arnerican falklore sbciety.
Hamrnersly, Martyn & Paui Atkinson, '!9E3: Ethnography Principtes in Practice,
l.ondon : Routledge
Jackson Eruce, t9E7: Fleldwork, Ctiicags:University 0f liiinois pr,3ss.
La,sless. Elaine J t997: rlwas afraici of some one like you - and out Rider - would
l.{egoiiating lnterpfetive Oifferenccs belweerr Ethnographies and
misr.:nderstand
PF 302'314
Sr-rbjrr:!l." in Journalof Amea'cen'fulklore.Vol"
Llndahi, Carl, ftrkoon, Ssnford and Lawiess, Eiaina J. i g7g' A i$asrq gpide tc
r1e/cr,vc,.f iotr beginning Folklore cf+deaie.' ir,'inniqvae cf selegffo,r, co/Iecilb.Il
,?98I/SI.$a*dPresenfei;(lE,Bioorningion:trrdianaUrriversiiy.
-
i
705
Lirres*y- Jeniiiiofer, i39,1; "Geii'Jer lssiles in Folkiore Fielj+.'orK'in Ti#
Erreryenca of FqlF;.,ore in everyiey- ;Tib. Geer*t H. $chaemaker (Ed.),
Sloo i-ringio;: : Tni:xster- Press.
$jtsMES : tsi<' lll
PAPER IX
I
DISSEMti{ATlOf}t eF 5''3! !';i'{}P'E
Unlt
{:
Deflnlilon and meanlng
What Is Digseminatrotr?
- (*riiseint
amclig the acadomic*;. 'rtim6 ar]
aware the folk aboul lhoir cwn felk
group to sther groups - create, re
of invaslon - Promote sustsinable
as weil aB ihe academics ab
Dissemination of Folklore - Dissem
lhe hour - Disseminalion of folkio
dlfferent rnedla.
Unlt
2:
Process of dlssemlnatlon
(
seconrt lifa of Folklore - Lauri Honkos' concept
Folltlore' v/g Folklore and Folklorism
FolkloriBm
-
'Applittd
Filean* ef Dist*mlnatlon
Uilit 3:
-
Fesiive +ilntext social aciivism
i,'ii$s h4e .ia cantextUnlt
-
-
oolitical eontexi
-
academic context
4:
lssues ln Dlssemlnatlon'
Ethnical
. copyright - TBPIB$entaiioi: ;f p+w::i, pEiiill$ arrrt identity.
-
LlnitS:KeralaFolkioreDisseminatiEcrPreces*
Discusstne"qtateofdissemiiialioi.tittiftelighioftheabovegivenfourunit,s.
FAPER X
FOLKLOF.E AzuD ftJIEDIA
Untt
1:
lntroductlon to Cornmunicatisn:
naracierisiie of meciia - temporal. alci special
Autltoi'itarian the0rv
c.mrnunlcailofl - media ti'tuori*i-geir+rat iti?ioilrlciion.
$rcial reslotrsibillty theory, sor''iet. "-91i: theory - Free paress ihuory' *thecry
the0ry'
- participal:l metiia
- denrocratic of
Dev+!opment Media
in
Breaks
Deilocrati.uiioii'oi ,o*r*tl'iication: Barrlers iaocraiisation th+ barriers - eritica! 3\fvareil?tE - iire right to communicate'
Definif
ion
-
feaiures
-
e
PAPER XI
FGL${L$RE
Unlt
1:
ATITD TOURISIUI
Tourlsm an lntrodnctlon
lntroductioii lc Tourisrn History of 'Iourism - Tourism in lndia different
kinds of Tounsnr : Cultural Tourism, .Eco Tourism, Rural Tourism and
lniernatio nal To uris m .
-
Unit
2:
-
Tourism Management
A general introduction lo 'Ieurism Managemenl - Tourism Planning
tlevelopment
Unlt
S:
-
Traval fflanagarncnt
A genciai i;tiru#rrctisn lo TravelManagarnsnt
regulationg of Tourism and Travel.
unit
4:
Kerala Tourissr
Gcvernment Tcurisin
Unit
5:
and
marketlng lnfcrmafion syslem.
-
-
transporl syslam
- arls and
status and prospects
- v+luntary organisation
Tourism
-
Fastival Tourism
FolHtore Tourlsiri
Folkisristic view of Touricrn - lntroduction to'Folklore Tourism - possibititios
of Foiiriore Tourlsm - irt*riia! (furik) Foii<lore Tourie{"it - Folklore Tourisf,n fer
the public.
$elected Readings:
.
2.
3.
4.
5.
ti
1
Sarkar. Arunkurnar, i $98: Action Plan and Priorities
in
Tourism
Develop m ent, Kanishtea i: un ias hers.
hiegi, Dr. jagmohan, t58S: Iourism and Travel- cancepls and principles.
Sritgh, P*rty li, 't998: Fifiy yeara of lndian Tourism, Kanishka Publishers.
Negr, Dr. Jagmohan. 19S7: Travel Agency and Tour Operallan caneepls
arU Principles.
Akthar', Javald. igS0. Taurism Managemeni ln indla, Ashisii Pubiishing
House.
Gupta, Vijayakumar, 1987; Tourism in lndia, Gian Publishing House, New
Delhi.
-
Unit
2:
Prlnt llfledia
-
lntroduction to Print Media reporting, editing and publishing
printmedia-Folkloricjol.rr,nalisrnanditsrei8..ranca,
Unlt
S:
-
issues in
AudtoltJlsual Medla
lntroduction to Autlio/Visual Media - Radio/TV/Cinema -'Dosumentaries
issues of representation in folliloristlc view'
Ltnit -l:
Electronlc Media
lntroduttion le Electronic Media - Compuler - Muitlrnedia
videoconfcronce - Falhlore and electronic media'
.Unlt 0:
-
- e-commerce -
Folklore a$ e lilbdia and Consoilium of ff,sdia
medla of vert
lore as a vehicle o
and consumerlsfll
a media
lnle;';:rli!;;ttrf:j of O#erett meCia - special referense to foiklore as
sa
Selected Readlngs:
1.
2
3.
.
4.
6.
7.
Kevat J. Kumar: Maes Gommunicaticn in lndia'
Agea, Dutt and Emercy: lntrorluctionto fulass coffittiunication'
J1seph
A.
Devito: iommunt.oiogy,
li.
i2.
13,
14.
15.
't6.
17.
introduqtlon
to the stutly 0i
cornmtrnicallon.
t#,V. Kamath: Professional Journalism
Mysore'
Nadi Krishna ndurtiry: lndian Journalism Prasararrya Publication,
Spensor Crump: Funrjamental 0f Journalisrn'
Mass
Re[orting (rndran tnsritute
Manusi
for l-r**;--Ad.n*y
Comm unicatlon)
8.
9.
10.
An
of
Garald Millerson, Video Production Hand Boox'
Garald itfiiilsrson, Tfte techniques of W Production
Stevan E, Brown, Video Tape Editing'
Editittg'
Authur Schneidei, ii*.itonic Post Ploduction and Video Tape
Mike Wolverlon, How to mai(e Eocumentarles.
Llver and Graham $wainaan,'Basics of viciec Production
p-eter Norton's Oos guide update to cover 6'2'
An introduClion to Database systerns - C'J' Bate'
frilntlows 98 Blbie - Alan Simpson.
Fundamentals of Computers, V. ilaghavan'
{a
7'\
a
I
Asslgnment*
1.
2.
3.
Edlltng of tiitervlew - ,r.r-s-( .<.16?rr
Folklcre *veiliEd:tlng of reptrrt of a
i.g;iOi"g att'1'of
Eriiting
of f'ne"inioimstion's
of
the lsEuos in ihe fietd
Fol'xlore-
cont ,i5,,iian r:t Hil it-iEtitution/groups,{ndividual'
Loning of a rePorl on the
4.
selected
Readlngs
:-^i;^,. rn
lndla
ir lnj:a
CiT*unicatiolt
Keval J. i''*ulnerl il/lass
1.
"i'tsi,x;,l''x'ltffiil.[Iil.i;.1[fJ:
nva
J : :L?iXi'J'- Prasara
itv anti RePortirrg' "
i:lt
P ub ric atio
aX;j|lf 'k"Tll''l[*'t'no''n
g.
Press''$.R. Sarean: lndian
studv of
ur':,i:xlT;i'il';''1T"n'
n'
M
vsora
or Mass
rnstitute
Art sf Editins'
10. r.r' sa'rJiiuni i-titt9T:.Iht
of Press in india'
11. Durga ot*'b"u' ft't* utw
OPTIONAL II
.
:
VISUAL MEDIA
PAPER XIII
STiLi. P}iOTOGRAPTIY
'
Unit
1:
Unit
Essentials of Visual
$Jladia
pt:ti':gru-th:1" - Evoiution
illuEiraiio;lt''
:ttu:tts' ru*"urrd vidaosiaphy'
Drawings,
pr,oro#pn!,
wirh spe6i;i,;rf;;;il;
2:
Vi*tral tsedla and S+cietY
oi
vire ual media
'
[JsesandefrectsgfVisualMesia;aestheticsof-=t!ilphotography.
ilnii
3:
Easics ef stilt
photography
)f field,
out tloor photography'
Canieralypes'carHera'ccnirois'lensesandfilters:Deptht
in-Joot
Ligi;t;i;i
'na
rpeed, ..n,"r"'T.].*r*i-r -
filrn
It
\
Unit.3:
?reatlve unity and iourn*llstic untty
Dlfference between creatlve unily and fournallstlc unlty, feature, edltorlal
Unlt
4:
Edlting Process
-
Editing process checking facts con'ecling languages, unity heads and
suhheads. fOrting and ploof readlng symOils. Glossary of ediling and
reporting and style book.
-
Unit 0:
Lay out
Seleciion and etlltlng of plctures and scenllng captlons, carto.ons'
PAPER XV
REPORTING (PRACTICAL)
Each stutlent shoultl gB! training in rspoil
her person(s) and submii the report for'
erralua!icn
.frs*ignme. .s:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Reporting of Folk fsetivale (Marks 20)
Al,y lssue in tne field of Foli;iore (l'i?ai:ks 20)'
Folk TechnologY (Marks 20)
Any of the Folklore activities (Marks"20)
EDITING (PRACTICAL)
Eaeh siudent,should get training ln editing flom any Newspaper/Magezlne
at least one month. Examination snill be ln tie form of evalualton by experls'
Each ttudent shouid undertake a
assignments. The details cf the
teacherfinstruetor concerned- Stude
without help from professionals and any
evaluation
:jv
Assignments:
1.
2.
f:lve asslgnments ln camera movernenl, camera angles aRd eomposltlon
(Marks 40)
Ono assignmenl each in lighting for an interview involving two peopla,
panol discussion and for a quiz (Marks 20i
Two assignments in scripling for sp.ols on lwo sociat issues (Marks 20i
3.
a
Selected Readings:
1.
2
3.
4.
5.
6,
7.
5.
$.
10.
11.
12.
Focal p!'ess, Encyclopaeciia of Photography.
Barbara Upton ahd iohn Upton, photograptry.
6. Allridge ed. h{anual of Fhotography.
Peter Pollaek, History of pholography.
Aaron $harf, Pracess of Pholograilhy.
Alfyn Solomon, Advertising photograFhy.
Gerald Milierson, Vidsc Producticn Hand Eoolt
Gei'ald fiilillerson, The Techniques of TV production
Steven E. Erourn, Video Tape Editing.
Aulhur Schnelder, Electronic posi production and Video Tape Editing.
Mike ifrrolverlon, How to make Documerrtaries.
Lyer and Graham Swainson, Basics cf Video prociqction.
OPTIONAL III
NEW ELECTROhIIC MEDIA
.
FAPER XiiI
INTRODUCTION TO COtrIPUTERS AND TEXT BASED APPLIGATIOHS
Modulo
1:
History
lntroduction
of
computer*, compuier organization, $ys!em saflware and
application software, Pririciples of conipuiing, Structured approach in
applicaiio n deve iopm eiit, Algorithms, Flow charls, program ming languages
packages.
Stftodule 2: operatlng systems
and
.
Basic concepts and terminologies. Types of Operaling syslems, MS-DOS,
ivlS-WINDOWS,i
i,ulodule
3;
Electrsnic Word Processing.
What is tvsrd precessing? Creating ciocuments, formatting
prinling documenls, Powei point pres+nlalion.
leils, ediling and
J)J
",.
Hlotlute
4:
Electronlc $pread Sheete;
Craaling, Formatting, Eriiting; printing.
frlortuE
5:
Word irocosslng uslng lndian Languages.
DATABA*E DEsrc
.Morlule
I;
ifflffi frllI
*
A
pp
.
LrcAro N s
An oueruiew of Oatabase Management.
ol DBMS, Types of Databases,
S.
tie
n'
Morlule
Databaie ,ygte, nr.m.ciure
_
nt/Server nrc hlr eci rir, riir-iriffiu;
2: ^ Database Beslgn
nyl,:
r,1u * gl
nr rilgyg gr*pr.*9s, dectsio
llplli*
n s uppo ris,
:, a
.
Query
Language (sot)
.rra*ng
-
tilodrile
4:
htroducfion to
3i#ffiilI#
Newssro-ups,
c
C+c-*rputer
ba'src
quires.
Database
fletworks
the-
worrd wrdr
Jli#;[r,,,Hf:,TFh]xli.,,flgY,'?rJl'iii
a,r,
Unit
4:
*ules of Coanposition
Devainplng, Frintlng and enlargln black and white fllrn; Basics
Photography.
U;tli
'
$:
of
coloui
Art and cutture photography
lttiiidliie photography, fashion phoiography, advertising photography, news
nhoiography.
PAPER XIV
BASICS OF VIDEOGRAPHY
Unit
1:
The Video Medium
video formats
Unlt
f:
- vi"is, s-vHS, H!-6, U-malEc,
Beta, Digital
Scope and functions af Uldeo n-redlum
Its uses in diverse fieids'- i!fi,'cuilrrre an,1 iclk siudies, eduealion and other
deveiopnrenlai areas; &erihetics oi videa.
Unlt
3:
V!de+ e a-m*ra and Carrtei'a Eontrel
l;lack -.;r +lhlie .-heiance, gain;. ililters 'anC olher controls;
moveme*ts
Unit
4:
-
Camera
pan tiii, tacking/trucking, sraillng
uideogifiFhy Technlques
Eierner,ts of coiitposition; various kirrds of shots; anglas; iight and'lignting
lethniques; sourrd and s0ilnd rerrrrdang. Use ci graphics.
Unit
5:
Essenital aspecfs of productlon
Dccumentary prcducticn process - iCea, research, scripting, budgeling,
story hoard, shooting editing and other post produclion work
PAPER XV
-F
H
IITOGRAP
I.i
Y
P
RACTiEA I.
tile foilorniing praciicai
Each student shculC uiiiartake and et:ripi+t+be given hy th'e' teacherl
wauld
assignmenis. The details af the,1t.i';n"titt* rne assi-gnments vrrthout haip
.o*preie
instructor concerned. stur ents snouii
fromprofesslunals0t0iiJ'Gi.h*rEfioiisshou|cl-h+madetogetthe
itself. in the las{ two assignments'
practical done in [t. t.U of tf,e
skills and creativity'
students ur, ,r;ruitetl to demon
Asslgnrnents:
l.
and lighi eetting) in
i:ive assignmants each (under different conditions (3i FolKlore event
taking- (i) Bust photograprrr,-iei erou.r_Fhotographs,
# ioi S'porfrgi*. dve nls' (M a rks 20)
p rroto grap nr, i+l llulir" fr'nrtii ir'=
2.
Four assigilm enis
to
assess studen{s abllity
to use filters effectlvely
(Marlts 20)
'i.
4.
of the rulss of con'tpositiori
+ssrgirrnenit io tast siudstlis uirdors!anding
while taking photographs (Marks 2G)
nrea' of folk artsiad forms
Fcur Photo features on topic/lhemes iri llie
(Marks 20)
Fcur-
PAPEF. XVi
VIDEOGRAPFIY PRAf,TICAL
iile toilowiitg pi'actical
Each student sh0uid und*i'take an0 ioriiilitie
assignmints. tni Oetails of the assigtmenia
"''r+ul
teath'sr+
instructor concerned. Tle instructsrs and
assignmants coi'ar a wice va:'iei'y, ii ,t-':']::::
condiioiis and varyln$ ilulTlber ol sublects/aciorsip
F
complete the assigtiments without help -frttn
pral
lcai dono in tha lab of the
gst
the
to
*aJu
n,
perecnisi. Eiforts itrotriC
io
the tast lwo a"ssignrnents siuiientF are expected
departrnent
itse!f. ln
demonstrate their skills and creativity'
,_ *t
1.2.
3.
ilvervie ' sf Operating Svstenrs (zi-l Marks)
tuepate Erl Ethiiogiaphic repori Lrrled cit iieidwotk use an lndian
Language (20 Marks)
Davelop an appiicatiolr sotlwai-a ariil wuc siia basod on the data collected
oy fisldwork (40 marks)
Selected Readlngs:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Peter Norton's DOS guirie updale to cover 6.2
Word 2000, Heslop & Angell
User Manual Sree-Lipi 5,0
PC Software for Windows, Taraty.
Visual Baslc 6.0 - Wlll Traln
An introducliorr lo Database Syslems - C.J. Date
Windows 9E Bible - Alan Simpson
Speciai Eoition using Visual Fox-Pro 6, M'enachem Eazian and others.
Fundamentais of Ccrnpuiers - V. Raghavan.
User Manual Srep-Lipi 5.0
PC Software for Windows, Taxaly.
OPTIOftTAL IV
TOUF,iSi*
FAPER }iliI
FU N DAIVIENTALS OF TOU RISN1
Unit
i:
tti*iory'an<i Gron'th of T'eurrsm
Tourism before 194S, Early tiauellers: P.oniail Enrpire and Tourlsm,
.Pilgrim Tourism, Grand Tour, tcurlsm afier lB.i.S, industrialisation and its
aftermath's, Thomas C*qk ancl his role in Tourism Jevelopmenl, sleam
engine, raiiwayr Mass Tourism, PalC holiday, Tourism after 1940, Jei
Trauel information technology, iaiest irends.
Unit
2:
Tourism Fhenonrenon, Types
of
Tourlsnr and Travel
motlvailon
Defining Tourism, Producl and servlce, Tourist, Futura trsnds, basic
cofiip0nenls, elemeills 0r Tourism geographlcal componenis, Types or
Tourism. international, Dornestic, lnbound, Outbound intra regionai & inter
regional, factcrs behind travel, motivation, travel n'ctivators.
iJnlt
3:
Tourlsm lndustry, Servlces and Operatlons
l,{ajor ccnstitueitts of Tourrsrn industry trrimary conslituents
Accommodatiorr, catering, transporiaiiott, in:ermediaries, secondary
\
-
frH
-t"
)
Module
$: .
l{TtUtL
Cieatlng I{TML docultt*iti$ wiiii r*rcnt !:ag* Express, Usage
of Web
Publishing lfl/izarC.
.
PAPER EE
DATA
GOLLECTION
'
Earn st,.ldenl should undertake arid,;tomplete lhe foilowing assignntents.
The detaiis cf tile asstgnmetris rr,roult! be given by the teeeherfinsiructot
concernetJ and submil the sarne for evaiuatlon.
'!.
2.
3.
4.
Intarview (Marks 20)
Coli*ction of text
) with coniext (Marks 20)
Collection of visual texl wiih coniext {Marks 20}
Coilecirng data of any Folklore event : t\4r:ltimedia (Marks 20)
{ ,
PAPER XVi
+OMFUTH R L$.EOF.ATORY'
lriEouuie
1:
Op*rattng Systems
MS-DO$, MS-V?iNDCWS
Mcdule
2:
ApPllcatiens
Elecircinic Word Prcsessing & lipread 5heei, MS-OFFICE (Creating
Docunrenls; Formatting texis, ECiting anC Priniing documents, Potier
Fornt Presentations)
Module
5:
APpllcatlon (Contd..)
!Vorrj Processittg Usirrg lndian Languages usittg Shree
lYlodule
4:
Lipi-
5.0
Oatabase Management eystems
Appiicaiion Deveiopment using VisuatBasic 6.0 aild MS'AccessFdlodul+
S:
SIeb site develoPment
DeveloP afi ii]leiactlve web site-
Assignrnents:
Eauh stir,len.t :troutd rindeiia?(v i:t.;i *omplele ihe fullowing Fraclical
rssignri +itir. Ttre def siis of the as*ig+:-:l.enis waiilei he given by the
TeSC lierii ntiiu+icr t.iricer n'?C
D
'r\
r
fu.
-'
oFTlohtAL - |
PRi!\IT I\'1E"SIA
PAi}ER XIII
lNTRoDUcTloNTo}trAsscofinifiLlillcATloN
Unit
Oeflntrlon of Communlcetion
{:
-
conteitt
Contmunication.
Elements
backit.rirtr, noiso, eff€ct and fsed
of
llnlt
2:
t
ret'tder, message' channe!'
Lovels of Gommunlcation
lntrapersonalcomfliuntcatlonirrterpersonaicommunicatlongrotlF
unlca!ion'
.ommuni.aticri
-
mass colnm
Unit
3:
Codo of Ethics for Journallsts
Uhtt
4:
Srfledla
lgi
Aj.
Shannon and $Jeaver'g madel'
mode'lLaswet's
Modeis of comn-runica!'ion:
and constilutlon
(.Article
and eri:r*ssion in lndia
speech
of
Freedtrn
oi
Constitutional
'iii'it ,ttrtstar-us
nltitittions inthe curlsiitution
Untt
5:
Medla and Acts
fair
Defamation, Libel, siantior'
r;.,:rTiflr:
tlili
;up'r'l'ignt
act 195?' Officia!
secrets act-
PATER KIV
$nlt
'
1:
l{ews
of news
source of naws and types
news,
s!0ments,ot'
Definitions,
unit 2: Reporting
News stdrios slruclure
intervieYsing;#;l;;;
-
L-Jrr aarharrr newsgathertn g -art of
lead' body ,-T:|T:s of
csnrerencs
- Linity news release
'
PFrF=c,n X!!
;jil
;i
i-'it, 1 rr
;.; q
u' F,C l. lt'-ffi
'.i
'.:: i' -'
i'
r .'j
?:--..:
F-4
:rlii
i i:
lntroductlon to lUledlclne
iiErit 1:
preusnli#e; i€ur*t,ivsr and ihera-Fautic
pi'acticss - codifiod medhai pra;iices,
unri
-..'.rrrr":-.
-l'.1 f
t..=r----.-r.:ri|.rr:j,,
t:
l-utediciita
- i.,
-
Hornr...practi$8s,.,=
i'
Foik
' i'.:
,i :, I .,
, ...
:
.,..
,,
,..
l' ' ' ' -j",': ''":"-':.
';"';'-';-r
!f.19i!!.0111,..,.,,,
;;;1'';i;:
-:::'
..
ir.irgduiii+nt*Foikfv..!ediEine_FciKB0r:rciou$neeE..ci,hgart,l.iiq!.dis9aia.-:.,."1.
niedisai piactiees - lraditionai nteriical Pi:aciiaBq
"-'!ome
tjertt
3:
Folk filledlcai Praetlees
' iurat
i'4-a
Cau:;e ai:d oiiact Physira! atid m riaphg'sie al
diifefei'ti CbiECis, pl;riitS, al.'iniais etc. 1-':rev,rniir'+
fAOrl tySiOm, aFpliggtiOn Cf i-"'rrsrjitiiil1l piai'll+, iji-iirriiCEa{
-
unit
4:
-
mixeC naturei nieCieiil+'s
tabOAS'
- praparalion of
medicines'
pia;';':a and aiiintais ctc'
nrnFeretli"; 0f 60oi(qd llatural
-
ite#!*:rl P;'+et!ces in
Hali:=
- treatm'ent'
SEMESTER IV
lv semester as a whole Ie optional with the followlng subfects'
Z,
6
o,
u
ii..
o,
"
i Ti-ad;tion
lntrorluciion ta Kalari iladition - Grthcpaedic trealrnant in Kalari
';i ciii,rre:ii types iiljurior.r:; - iti'.issage irt Ka!ari
4
'
PrqFaraiion sf F+iii fde{iein* is falk knorpeed;f,!,
Diie;l *.+filcat:+i, +f i'.,fiedictne!
linii s:
0f
i+ation bT
regulating
Prh:t $$edia
Aud!o,fi/isua! Media
Hew Eiectronic Media
Tourism
Feik Medicin+ witir special referenee to Kalari Tradltlon.
.
'ii;'ij
' ..']- r
)1A
Unit
?:
Kalarl, the Martiatr Tradifion (Continued|
Meyrilart, Koliliari
-
Unii
3:
Kalari, tho Marital Tradlfion ieentinuod)
Anghaihari, Verum kai
4:
[init
.Equipping the body
Different kinds
of Massage
Sosn6ftem.
Unlt
5:
-$amvahanam, Utsadanam, Poshanam,
Medlclnos for f.ilassagiin$.
'
,
Oils, Herbal Mediciiro$; D0'$ ano Taboos
PAPER XIV
KALARI MEDICAL TREATffi ENT
Unlt
t:
Functions of i{alari Mcdical Troatment
Breaking sf bone, disiscaiion, external iniury, lnterr:al injury
unit
'
Unit
2:
Treatment for braaising cf hones and 0irrocation.
Types of trreaks: rib, arns and legs, bacHbone, boily.
$:
Trcatnrant for iniury
Exlernni injury: I;luscie, ;yound, bruise. lnternal injury: nerve, chesl.
stomach etc.
Unit
4:
Massaglng Tr*atmeet
Types oi Massaging
Unit
S:
*
Florbs ln Kalari
Sarveflgam, Amsikarn
-
Methods of Massaging
Treatments
Plarits, Natuiai objecis, ailimais, meihods of pr'epuraiion-
.
I
I
+--r ;
PAPER, XV
TRA.IN
IN6
IT'I
MASSAGING
Studenis should get iraining in Massaging for bolh equipping the body anci
for lreaimeni. They shouid submit 4 assignrnents on following topics.
1.
2.
Amsikam (tularlrs 20)
Sukhaenikitse (Marks 20)
a) i.iavarapayaBarn
b) Dhara
3.
4.
r:) .Fi:iiithil aiiC
d) Uzirichil
Massaging as Treati-i:erti ifu?al'ks 2*)
Preparation cf any Herbs for rnassage lreatment (fularks 20)
Selected Readlngs:
1. Kuttikrishna Menon. V.lt{- t9$7: Kalayom Vidyay*m
Kazhchaipadukalikoda, Tiirissur: ltarala Sahttnya Academy.
2. Rajagopai. C.R., (G- Ed.), 'Annam' in Keraleeyathayude Jllaffaril'tr
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Kendram
PAPER XVI
TRANING IN KALARI TREATMEHT
Sludents should gel iraining in Kalari Traatment. They should submit 4
assaiinments on following topics based on tileir experiences.
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Dislocatlon (hiarks 20)
lnjury (Maiks 2C)
Bi'eak (Marks 20)
HerEai Preparaticn (lti!arks 2i))
PRGJECT
T,ITORK
Each sicdeni sh*uld f;.';;i'i:i.;ji:,":t w;-:rk i:!'! ffiiY iopi+ itt Folilore at\d suhmii
a Oimertatiori/Proiocl Roport to th+ University on or liefore ihe Fittai Ssmesier
Examinaiion. Prolee: Repori mey tie in u-.lr!i!en fcim, CD cr Videccassette.
The ProJect wcrk; shcu[i be based an lhe candidate'B owil fieldwork anC it
shoulci be the resull of the wsrk dolle during the t'rhole p+risd oi the coutse. The
supervis!cri rrf the wori< shaulrl bti done b'y the teacher.
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