FOLK MEDIA IN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION
Keywords:population, communications, countries
The human urge to express, communicate, and share something beautiful gave birth to performing arts such as folk and traditional media. Folk performing arts have changed structure continuously over centuries according to the needs of changing situations but without losing their functional relevance to society.
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