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Amulets in the symbolic and everyday practice of Sakha people
Andreeva Elena Vasilevna

PhD in Pedagogy

Docent, the department of Socio-Cultural Service and Tourism, Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University

677000, Russia, respublika Sakha (Yakutiya), g. Yakutsk, ul. Kulakovskogo, 42, of. 232

klio_e@mail.ru
Verkhovtseva Marianna Alekseevna

Senior Educator, the department of Socio-Cultural Service and Tourism, Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University

677000, Russia, respublika Sakha (Yautiya), g. G. Yakutsk, ul. Kulakovskogo, 42, kab. 232

Klio_e@mail.ru
Petrova Tatyana Yurevna

Senior Educator, the department of Library and Information Activity and Humanities, Arctic State Institute of Arts and Culture

677000, Russia, respublika Sakha (Yakutiya), g. G. Yakutsk, ul. Ordzhonikidze, 4, kab. 219

Klio_e@mail.ru

Abstract.

The subject of this research is the study of the potential of traditional symbols of Sakha people in preservation of cultural memory and development of socio-cultural processes. The authors analyze the role of the traditional symbols of Sakha people in the formation of culture as the framework for development and survival of the ethos; examine function of the traditional symbols of Sakha people, namely amulets within the modern socio-cultural environment; as well as conduct classification of amulets as symbols (in accordance with Charles Sanders Peirce). Special attention is given to studying the everyday practice of using amulets by the various population categories of Sakha Republic (Yakutia). Including youth. The nature and role of the traditional national symbols in the development of socioeconomic sphere of Sakha Republic is determined. The following conclusions were made: amulets as symbols of the traditional culture of Sakha people currently manifest as the adaptation (protection) mechanisms, allowing to retain inner balance and confidence, adjust to the changing external and internal conditions of social development; being multifunctional as any symbol, amulets within the system of traditional symbols may serve as the means for translating and preserving culture and cultural memory if appropriately incorporated into the context of social and educational activities.

Keywords: adaptation function, iconic signs, social marker, amulet, symbol, ethnic picture of the world, traditional culture, national identity, cultural memory, ritual

DOI:

10.25136/2409-8744.2019.5.30987

Article was received:

07-10-2019


Review date:

08-10-2019


Publish date:

09-10-2019


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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