(noun) “The artistic entertainment and material artifacts of a society’s peasantry and/or least learned members, usually involving small-scale household production representative of a unique local community without regard to a wider vernacular” (Wiktionary n.d.).
Audio Pronunciation: (folk cul·ture)
Download Audio Pronunciation: folk culture.mp3
- Plural: folk cultures
- Folk culture is a form of embodied knowledge.
- Leslie, Charles M. 1960. Anthropology of Folk Religion. New York: Vintage Books.
Wiktionary. n.d. “folk culture.” Retrieved October 19, 2013 (https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/folk_culture).