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|Discipline||Regional, national, and international Folklore|
|Edited by||Anthony Bak Buccitelli|
|California Folklore Quarterly|
Western States Folklore Society (United States)
|ISO 4||West. Folk.|
Western Folklore is a quarterly academic journal for the study of folklore published by the Western States Folklore Society (formerly the California Folklore Society). It was established in 1942 as the California Folklore Quarterly and obtained its current name in 1947. It is indexed in JSTOR.
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