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The effects of folktales as a satirical weapon for curbing social ills and inculcation of moral values

 Department: Language and Linguistics  
 By: usericon benblezy  

 Project ID: 2054
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Abstract
This research work is centered on the effects of folktales as a satirical weapon for curbing social ills and inculcation of moral values: analysis of some selected Jukun folktales. It is important to the Jukun societies, and through stories, the Jukuns have communicated their ideas, fears, anxieties, pride, norms, values, virtues and vices. All of these experiences, of course, are subjective or emotional, yet are capable of being literarily represented through satire. It asserts that, since people easily and readily relate with what they are familiar with, the need for adapting the Jukun folktales and its intrinsic values to the Jukun communities and the world at large cannot be over-emphasized. The artistic of the socio-cultural and moral significance of the folktales is also handled. To be more specific, the study deals with the effects of folktales as a satirical weapon for curbing social ills and inculcation of moral values as experienced by the Jukun people and depicted in the texts under study. ...
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