Dr. Jan Louis Perkowski - The Analysis Outline for Vampire Folklore - Term Definition Data Source The first category of Perkowski's outline with only

Dr. Jan Louis Perkowski - The Analysis Outline for Vampire Folklore

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Term: Data Source Definition: The first category of Perkowski's outline, with only one of the ten steps, the Information Source(s). Term: Information Source(s) Definition: This refers to the work of vampire folklore that one is analyzing. Term: The Vampire's Characteristics Definition: This is the second category of the outline, which helps to detail the various characteristics of the vampire being analyzed. Term: Country and Region Definition: This step specifies where the vampire itself is from, if this information is provided. It may be different from the country and region of the information source itself. Term: Name Definition: This step specifies what the vampire is called, or, alternatively what it is named. IE: Count Dracula.
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Term: Origin Definition: This step details how the vampire became a vampire, indicating the process required for transformation in the source of folklore being analyzed. Term: Detection Definition: This step looks at how the vampire is discovered in the source being analyzed. It is important to note that
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