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Vol. 41-1 – 2019

Crime and Folklore


John Bodner


Joel Conn

Folklore and Crime: Models and Applications of Research

Bill Ellis

Death by Folklore: Case Closed?

Debra Lattanzi Shutika

The Folklore Detective: Forensic Narrative Analysis

Naomie Barnes

Killer Folklore: Identity Issues in the True Crime Community

Ian Brodie

Crime and Punishment in the Cape Breton Songs Contest

Benjamin Staple

“Are We a Bunch of Robin Hoods?”: Filesharing as a Folk Tradition of Resistance

Jeffery Learning

The Problem with Changing the Folk Law of Bullying: A look at Folk Law and its relation to the Bullying of Teachers in Newfoundland and Labrador

John Bodner

The Speaking Body and the Silent Mouth: Communication Techniques and Tactics in Criminal Activities and Occupations

Cory W. Thorne

Creating Something out of Nothing: Food, Sex, and Housing in Havana’s Underground Economies