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New York Folklore Quarterly, Vol. XXVII, No. 3, September 1971

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NEW YORK FOLKLORE QUARTERLY
Vol. XXVII, No. 3, September, 1971

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Editor’s Page

Roderick J. Roberts
242

(PC + CB) X SD (R+ I+ E) = HERO

Michael Owen Jones
243

The Collection of Racial Lore: Approaches and Problems

William R. Ferris, Jr.
261

The Function of Political Graffiti as Artistic Creativity

Patricia A. Mastick
280

Bill Holland

Bill Holland with John Holway
297

Cold Summer of 1816: Fact or Fancy? The Example of Cortland

Roger C. Heppell
315

Contributors


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Perhaps one of the reasons for the ambivalence toward the outlaw hero, expressed by members of the greater society, can be found in the relationship between the needs of the individual and the requirements of the group. The smooth functioning of society is thought to be dependent to a great extent upon the maintenance of the norms of behavior, but "normal" individuals are not free to express overtly most of their own aggressive impulses or asocial tendencies generated in daily contact and interpersonal relations; this, however, is what the social malcontent, or the psychopath—agressive, rebellious, asocial—can do. (from “(PC + CB) X SD (R + I + E) = HERO” by Michael Owen Jones)


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