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Olesya S. Makarova, Svetlana A. Molchanenko, Artyom S. Goncharov Gender Aspect of the Cossacks' Song Traditions of Kuban and Stavropol Territory / annotation

Olesya S. Makarova– Ph.D. in Pedagogy, Associate Professor, Stavropol State Pedagogical Institute, Stavropol, Russian Federation. Svetlana A. Molchanenko – Ph.D. in Economics, Senior Lecturer, North-Caucasus Federal University, Stavropol, Russian Federation. Artem S. Goncharov – Student, Stavropol State Pedagogical Institute, Stavropol, Russian Federation.

The authors investigate the peculiarities of gender in the folklore of the Cossacks of the Kuban region and the Stavropol Province, analyzing the songs of the Cossacks, taking into account male and female speech-making peculiarities. The relevance of the research lies in the necessity of more detailed study of the Kuban and Stavropol Cossack song traditions as a linguistic group, interaction with which would provide valuable information for illumination of the current folklore of the regional Cossack group in the historical space of the southern provinces of the Russian Empire. The gender aspect in the speech-making of the Cossacks of the Stavropol Province was especially relevant due to the fact that the majority of the population came from immigrants from other provinces, where female song traditions were developed. The gender potential of the songs of the settlers of Volga province is especially worth mentioning, where the moral tunes were widespread in common, family songs with borrowing of characteristic elements of marching songs. The source base of the study is represented by ethnographic and written types of historical sources, among which the most valuable are ethnographic expeditions of L.A. Jacoby and A.D. Bigdai, as well as the works of contemporary historians and governors of Stavropol. Within the framework of this study, we use a set of special-historical and linguistic methods. The results of the study can be used as a theoretical basis for the creation within the framework of increasing the level of intercultural communication between the Cossack communities in the North Caucasus Federal District, as well as for the purpose of educational activities on the culture of Krasnodar territory and Stavropol territory.

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