The Family: Culture Traditional Keeper and Carrier. Study from the Belint Village

  • Gabriela-Felicia GeorgeviciEmail author
Part of the Studies in Systems, Decision and Control book series (SSDC, volume 247)


The family is a special community type of social will, which puts into motion all social frames and events. It is considered the traditional keeper and carrier of culture. The study realized desired to obtain a general image of the manner in which traditions are kept and held in Belint village, from the Banat region, Romania, starting from the hypothesis: if the family from Belint keeps the old traditions and customs of this place, by maintaining a correct manner of their manifest. Through the interview guide the capture of the manner in which the Belint family keeps its ancient traditions and customs, was attempted, even if the new Romanian realities were more obvious. Regardless of all social transformation, the Banat village, obviously affected by all these, remains the keeper of ancient traditions and customs.


Family Traditions and customs Belint village Community Cultural traditions 


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  1. 1.“Eftimie Murgu” University ResitaResitaRomania

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