The Ethnologists of the SAS are finding out how Slovaks spent an unusual Easter
Within the frame of the studies of modern forms of holidays, the Institute of Ethnology and Social Anthropology SAS addresses the public in April 2020 with the offer of participation in the on-line ethnological questionnaire research called Easter in 2020.
The purpose of the research is to map and describe the changes in forms and living of the Easter holidays in 2020 in comparison with the year 2019. The research focuses on those ways of spending festal days which people in Slovakia regularly repeat, but which have changed during spring of 2020 under the influence of circumstances induced by the pandemic, humanitarian crisis and compulsory isolation of the people.
The offer addressed to the Slovak inhabitants as respondents to join this on-line research is published on the website of the Institute of Ethnology and Social Anthropology SAS.