Translation of folkways in Spanish:


cultura popular, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfoʊkweɪz/ /ˈfəʊkweɪz/

plural noun

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    cultura popular feminine
    • The dievturi look to ancient Latvian culture, particularly folk songs, for their beliefs and are credited for their efforts in maintaining old folkways.
    • A gradual transition to American life weakened immigrant folkways.
    • Hurston's ethnography of African American folklore and folkways was published in 1935.
    • J-school socializes its graduates, educating them about the mores and folkways of journalism and how to dance the newsroom dance.
    • Furthermore, the mores and folkways of our culture, the small and mundane actions of our lives, still reflect a patriarchal bias.
    • During primary socialization we absorb basic knowledge about our society's values, norms, folkways, and mores.
    • In order to meet her goals, she must abandon Celtic folkways, join organizations, and raise money from many sources.
    • One rarely considers the fact that the Ivory Tower is its own sort of reality, with customs and folkways that would befuddle the most conscientious anthropologist.
    • May provides examples of friendliness, helpfulness, and camaraderie, and she documents specific folkways, expressions, and customs.
    • Someday, Georgia's combination of uncrowded nature, stunning scenery, and friendly folkways could benefit locals and tourist alike.
    • But under the curious folkways of Washington, too much truth-telling and question-raising can only spell trouble.
    • And if you'd like to learn more about the Anglo-Saxon roots of American folkways, I highly recommend Albion's Seed.
    • The urban folkways of New York City, for all its highly cultivated habits of historical amnesia, have strong linkages to the distant past.
    • The history of U.S. military doctrine describes a rough evolution from these folkways toward its contemporary forms.
    • Scholars have since noted that many artists from the urban Northeast used southern folkways as a subject during this period.
    • There are also the celebrations of seasonal folkways known as farmers' dances and music.
    • So, learning the habits and folkways and customs of the people you're dealing with is a good idea.
    • I include our history, our sports and other modes of recreation, our folkways and our means of making a living.
    • Such is the innocence of those unacquainted with the peculiar folkways of Congress.
    • Their folkways, foods and fads are unfathomable to ordinary Americans.