Family terminology can be a challenge for language and culture learners. Kinship structures differ greatly even within Europe. In a new article Sabira Ståhlberg and Dorijan Hajdu discuss some differences between Swedish (Sweden and Finland), Serbian and Bulgarian kinship terminology, culture and concepts.
The article is Open Access and can be read here.
Sabira Ståhlberg & Dorijan Hajdu: The family tree – a challenge for multicultural learning: some aspects of Swedish, Serbian and Bulgarian kinship terminology. The Romanian Journal for Baltic and Nordic Studies, Vol. 13, Issue 1(2021), pp. 95-126.