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CINEJ Cinema Journal
Throughout human history narratives have had crucial function to construct a society with meanings culturally binding its members and to sustain them for generations in society. Epic stories, proverbs, historical tales are such narratives which, in particular, form patterns for the "shared conceptual framework" of members of a culture. Thus narratives, in a broadest sense, circulate within a society through individual memories of its members and serve to communicate and create meanings bydoi:10.5195/cinej.2018.188 fatcat:4awhifk5ivc5dnfyxyku5o4xb4