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The national postal terminal in Tomteboda in Stockholm receives children's letters for Santa. Santa Claus appears in the weeks before Christmas in department stores or shopping malls, or at parties.
The practice of this has been credited [ dubious — discuss ] to James Edgar , as he started doing this in in his Brockton, Massachusetts department store.
Santa's function is either to promote the store's image by distributing small gifts to children, or to provide a seasonal experience to children by listening to their wishlist while having them sit on his knee a practice now under review by some organisations in Britain,  and Switzerland .
Sometimes a photograph of the child and Santa are taken. Having a Santa set up to take pictures with children is a ritual that dates back at least to The area set up for this purpose is festively decorated, usually with a large throne, and is called variously "Santa's Grotto", "Santa's Workshop" or a similar term.
In the United States, the most notable of these is the Santa at the flagship Macy's store in New York City—he arrives at the store by sleigh in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on the last float, and his court takes over a large portion of one floor in the store.
Essayist David Sedaris is known for the satirical SantaLand Diaries he kept while working as an elf in the Macy's display, which were turned into a famous radio segment and later published.
In Canada, malls operated by Oxford Properties established a process by which autistic children could visit Santa Claus at the mall without having to contend with crowds.
In , the Southcentre Mall in Calgary was the first mall to offer this service. In the United Kingdom , discount store Poundland changes the voice of its self-service checkouts to that of Santa Claus throughout the Christmas retail period.
There are schools offering instruction on how to act as Santa Claus. It blossomed into a second career for him, and after appearing in parades and malls,  he appeared on the cover of the American monthly Boston Magazine as Santa.
Meath was a board member of the international organization called Fraternal Order of Real Bearded Santas. Writing letters to Santa Claus has been a Christmas tradition for children for many years.
These letters normally contain a wishlist of toys and assertions of good behavior. Some social scientists have found that boys and girls write different types of letters.
Girls generally write longer but more polite lists and express the nature of Christmas more in their letters than in letters written by boys.
Girls also more often request gifts for other people. Many postal services allow children to send letters to Santa Claus.
These letters may be answered by postal workers or outside volunteers. A letter to Santa is often a child's first experience of correspondence.
Written and sent with the help of a parent or teacher, children learn about the structure of a letter, salutations, and the use of an address and postcode.
The USPS Santa letter answering effort started in out of the historic James Farley Post Office  in New York, and since has been called "Operation Santa" to ensure that letters to Santa are adopted by charitable organizations, major corporations, local businesses and individuals in order to make children's holiday dreams come true from coast to coast.
Other interesting Santa letter processing information, according to the UPU's study and survey of national postal operations, are: .
Canada Post has a special postal code for letters to Santa Claus, and since over 13, Canadian postal workers have volunteered to write responses.
This postal code, in which zeroes are used for the letter "O", is consistent with the alternating letter-number format of all Canadian postal codes.
Sometimes children's charities answer letters in poor communities, or from children's hospitals, and give them presents they would not otherwise receive.
From to , the program replied to approximately "one million letters or more a year, and in total answered more than In Britain it was traditional for some to burn the Christmas letters on the fire so that they would be magically transported by the wind to the North Pole.
However this has been found to be less efficient than the use of the normal postal service, and this tradition is dying out in modern times, especially with few homes having open fires.
In Mexico and other Latin American countries, besides using the mail, sometimes children wrap their letters to a small helium balloon, releasing them into the air so Santa magically receives them.
In , the Brazilian National Post Service, " Correios " formed partnerships with public schools and social institutions to encourage children to write letters and make use of postcodes and stamps.
In , the Brazilian National Post Service, " Correios " answered almost two million children's letters, and spread some seasonal cheer by donating , Christmas gifts to some of Brazil's neediest citizens.
He receives over , letters every year from over different countries with Togo being the most recent country added to the list.
The post office welcomes , visitors a year, with 70, visitors in December alone. Children can also receive a letter from Santa through a variety of private agencies and organizations, and on occasion public and private cooperative ventures.
An example of a public and private cooperative venture is the opportunity for expatriate and local children and parents to receive postmarked mail and greeting cards from Santa during December in the Finnish Embassy in Beijing, People's Republic of China,  Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi , Finland, and the People's Republic of China Postal System's Beijing International Post Office.
The "Santa Letter" market generally relies on the internet as a medium for ordering such letters rather than retail stores.
A number of websites created by various organizations claim to track Santa Claus each year. The Director of Operations, Colonel Harry Shoup, received the first call for Santa and responded by claiming to children that there were signs on the radar that Santa was indeed heading south from the North Pole.
In the past, many local television stations in the United States and Canada likewise claimed they "tracked Santa Claus" in their own metropolitan areas through the stations' meteorologists.
Many other websites became available year-round, devoted to Santa Claus and purport to keep tabs on his activities in his workshop. Many of these websites also include email addresses or web forms which claim to allow children to send email to Santa Claus.
One particular website called emailSanta. In addition to providing holiday-themed entertainment, "Santa tracking" websites raise interest in space technology and exploration ,  serve to educate children in geography.
Santa Claus has partial Christian roots in Saint Nicholas , particularly in the high church denominations that practice the veneration of him, in addition to other saints.
In light of this, the character has sometimes been the focus of controversy over the holiday and its meanings. Some Christians, particularly Calvinists and Puritans , disliked the idea of Santa Claus, as well as Christmas in general, believing that the lavish celebrations were not in accordance with their faith.
Condemnation of Christmas was prevalent among the 17th-century English Puritans and Dutch Calvinists who banned the holiday as either pagan or Roman Catholic.
The American colonies established by these groups reflected this view. Tolerance for Christmas increased after the Restoration but the Puritan opposition to the holiday persisted in New England for almost two centuries.
Mary Baker Eddy , the founder of the Christian Science movement, wrote: "the children should not be taught that Santa Claus has aught to do with this [Christmas] pastime.
A deceit or falsehood is never wise. Too much cannot be done towards guarding and guiding well the germinating and inclining thought of childhood.
To mould aright the first impressions of innocence, aids in perpetuating purity and in unfolding the immortal model, man in His image and likeness.
Under the Marxist—Leninist doctrine of state atheism in the Soviet Union after its foundation in , Christmas celebrations—along with other religious holidays—were prohibited as a result of the Soviet antireligious campaign.
In December , the city management office of Lanfang in Hebei provinces released a statement stating that people caught selling Christmas trees, wreaths, stockings or Santa Claus figures in the city would be punished.
At that time, sleighs were how you got about Manhattan. Writing in Mothering , writer Carol Jean-Swanson makes similar points, noting that the original figure of St.
Nicholas gave only to those who were needy and that today Santa Claus seems to be more about conspicuous consumption :. Our jolly old Saint Nicholas reflects our culture to a T, for he is fanciful, exuberant, bountiful, over-weight, and highly commercial.
He also mirrors some of our highest ideals: childhood purity and innocence, selfless giving, unfaltering love, justice, and mercy.
What child has ever received a coal for Christmas? The problem is that, in the process, he has become burdened with some of society's greatest challenges: materialism, corporate greed, and domination by the media.
Here, Santa carries more in his baggage than toys alone! In the Czech Republic, a group of advertising professionals started a website against Santa Claus, a relatively recent phenomenon in that country.
All that Santa stuff seems to me like cheap show business," said David König of the Creative Copywriters Club, pointing out that it is primarily an American and British tradition.
I'm against Santa in my country only. In the United Kingdom, Father Christmas was historically depicted wearing a green cloak.
A law in the U. The law came to attention when the beer brand Bud Light attempted to use its mascot Spuds MacKenzie in a Santa Claus outfit during a December ad campaign; Bud Light was forced to stop using the imagery.
Psychologists generally differentiate between telling fictional stories that feature Santa Claus and actively deceiving a child into believing that Santa Claus is real.
Imaginative play , in which children know that Santa Claus is only a character in a story but pretend that he is real, just like they pretend that superheroes or other fictional characters are real, is widely believed to be valuable.
However, actively deceiving a child into believing in Santa Claus's real-world existence, sometimes even to the extent of fabricating false evidence to convince them despite their growing natural doubts, does not result in imaginative play and can promote credulity in the face of strong evidence against Santa Claus's existence.
Various psychologists and researchers have wrestled with the ways that young children are convinced of the existence of Santa Claus, and have wondered whether children's abilities to critically weigh real-world evidence may be undermined by their belief in this or other imaginary figures.
For example, University of Texas psychology professor Jacqueline Woolley helped conduct a study that found, to the contrary, that children seemed competent in their use of logic, evidence, and comparative reasoning even though they might conclude that Santa Claus or other fanciful creatures were real:.
The adults they count on to provide reliable information about the world introduce them to Santa. Then his existence is affirmed by friends, books, TV and movies.
It is also validated by hard evidence: the half-eaten cookies and empty milk glasses by the tree on Christmas morning. In other words, children do a great job of scientifically evaluating Santa.
And adults do a great job of duping them. Woolley posited that it is perhaps "kinship with the adult world" that causes children not to be angry that they were lied to for so long.
Typical objections to presenting Santa Claus as a literally real person, rather than a story, include:. With no greater good at the heart of this lie than having some fun, some have charged that the deception is more about the parents, their short-term happiness in seeing children excited about Santa Claus, and their nostalgic unwillingness to prolong the age of magical thinking , than it is about the children.
Others, however, see little harm in the belief in Santa Claus. Psychologist Tamar Murachver said that because it is a cultural, not parental, lie, it does not usually undermine parental trust.
Spokesperson Vicki Hyde said, "It would be a hard-hearted parent indeed who frowned upon the innocent joys of our children's cultural heritage.
We save our bah humbugs for the things that exploit the vulnerable. Most of them do not remain angry or embarrassed about the deception for very long.
John Condry of Cornell University interviewed more than children for a study of the issue and found that not a single child was angry at his or her parents for telling them Santa Claus was real.
According to Dr. Condry, "The most common response to finding out the truth was that they felt older and more mature. They now knew something that the younger kids did not".
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Santa disambiguation. This article is about the mythical character.
For other uses, see Santa Claus disambiguation. Mythical character, said to deliver gifts to children on Christmas Eve.
Main article: Saint Nicholas. Main article: Father Christmas. See also: Sinterklaas and Saint Nicholas. December 24, This has usually been a very busy day with me, preparing for Christmas not only for my own tables, but for gifts for my servants.
Now how changed! No confectionary, cakes, or pies can I have. We are all sad; no loud, jovial laugh from our boys is heard.
Christmas Eve, which has ever been gaily celebrated here, which has witnessed the popping of firecrackers and the hanging up of stockings, is an occasion now of sadness and gloom.
I have nothing even to put in 8-year-old daughter Sadai's stocking, which hangs so invitingly for Santa Claus.
How disappointed she will be in the morning, though I have explained to her why he cannot come. Poor children! Why must the innocent suffer with the guilty?
See also: SantaCon. A classic American image of Santa Claus. For other uses, see Ho ho ho disambiguation.
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When he's startled by Scott's calling out and falls, the Santa impersonator disappears, leaving only an 8-reindeer sleigh and a suit with instructions to put it on if he's involved in an accident.
Scott does, and is transported around the town dropping gifts through chimneys until he's taken to the North Pole and informed by a group, who claim they're elves, that he is now Santa.
Charlie is proud of his dad's new job, though Scott's convinced it's a dream. Until his hair turns white, his beard refuses to stay shaved, he gains weight inexplicably, even for his sudden love of junk food - Now he's accepted it, there's just one problem: how to keep it secret from his disbelieving family?
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What's New on Prime Video in June. Top 25 Highest-Grossing Christmas Movies. L'appellativo Santa Claus deriva da Sinterklaas , nome olandese di san Nicola.
Nei Paesi Bassi , San Nicola Sinterklaas tradotto in olandese viene festeggiato annualmente il 5 dicembre la vigilia del giorno dedicato a questo santo , data in cui si distribuiscono doni; in Belgio , Polonia , Lussemburgo e Francia del nord Fiandre francesi , Lorena e Artois , i medesimi festeggiamenti si svolgono il giorno successivo.
Tali celebrazioni hanno dato origine al mito ed al nome di Santa Claus , nelle sue diverse varianti. In molte tradizioni della Chiesa ortodossa , san Basilio porta i doni ai bambini a Capodanno , giorno in cui si celebra la sua festa.
Prima della conversione al cristianesimo , il folclore dei popoli germanici, incluso quello inglese, narrava che il dio Odino Wodan ogni anno tenesse una grande battuta di caccia nel periodo del solstizio invernale Yule , accompagnato dagli altri dei e dai guerrieri caduti .
La tradizione voleva che i bambini lasciassero i propri stivali nei pressi del caminetto, riempendoli di carote, paglia o zucchero per sfamare il cavallo volante del dio, Sleipnir.
In cambio, Odino avrebbe sostituito il cibo con regali o dolciumi. Anche nell'aspetto, quello di vecchio barbuto dall'aria misteriosa, Odino era simile a san Nicola anche se il dio era privo di un occhio.
La leggenda narra di un mostro che terrorizzava il popolo insinuandosi nelle case attraverso la canna fumaria durante la notte, aggredendo e uccidendo i bambini in modo orribile.
Obbligato ad obbedire agli ordini del santo, il demone viene costretto a passare di casa in casa per fare ammenda portando dei doni ai bambini.
In alcuni casi la buona azione viene ripetuta ogni anno, in altri il demone ne rimane talmente disgustato da preferire il ritorno all' inferno.
Una diversa versione olandese racconta, invece, che il santo viene aiutato da schiavi Mori , che vengono rappresentati di solito dal personaggio di Zwarte Piet Pietro il nero , analogo dell'italiano Uomo nero.
In questi racconti Zwarte Piet picchia i bambini con un bastone o li rapisce per portarli in Spagna nel suo sacco un tempo l' Andalusia era sotto il dominio dei Mori.
In Germania, lo stesso racconto trasforma il personaggio in Pelznickel o Belsnickle Nicola Peloso , che va a trovare i bambini cattivi nel sonno.
Una volta all'anno, due settimane prima di Natale, questi folletti fanno prima il bagno nelle acque calde delle sorgenti del lago di Niva, quindi lasciano le grotte dove abitano per portare ai bambini islandesi buoni dei doni.
Questi vengono messi nelle scarpe che i bambini hanno lasciato sotto le finestre. In pratica, i bambini islandesi, se sono stati buoni, ricevono tredici regali, uno per ogni giorno delle due settimane che precedono il Natale.
Questi folletti, tuttavia, possono essere dispettosi e a volte si divertono a fare scherzi o a spiare gli umani. Inoltre, se il bambino ha fatto il cattivo, riceve al posto dei doni delle patate.
Il babbo Natale di oggi riunisce le rappresentazioni premoderne del portatore di doni, di ispirazione religiosa o popolare, con un personaggio britannico preesistente.
Santa Claus ha origine da Sinterklaas , il nome olandese del personaggio fantastico derivato da san Nicola, che viene chiamato anche Sint Nicolaas ; questo spiega anche l'esistenza di diverse varianti inglesi del nome Santa Claus, Saint Nicholas, St.
Gli abiti di Sinterklaas sono simili a quelli di un vescovo; porta una mitra un copricapo liturgico rossa con una croce dorata e si appoggia ad un pastorale.
Le strenne che vengono regalate in questa ricorrenza sono spesso accompagnate da poesie, talvolta molto semplici ed, in altri casi, elaborate ed ironiche ricostruzioni del comportamento di chi le riceve durante l'anno trascorso.
Anche in altri paesi questa figura di san Nicola ha subito gli adattamenti necessari per uniformarsi al folklore locale. Ad esempio, nei paesi nordici sopravvive ancora l'immagine pagana della " capretta di Yule" in svedese julbock , che porta i regali la Vigilia di Natale, e le decorazioni natalizie costituite da caprette di paglia sono molto diffuse.
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Pacific Standard. Retrieved 12 November There were several anti-religious campaigns, the most dramatic of which occurred in the s.
According to a piece published by the School of Russian and Asia Studies: In , Christmas was effectively banned under the officially atheist Soviets, and was not to return to Russian lands until Elves are not associated with the holiday.
The state prohibited people from selling Christmas trees. There were even festivals, organized by the League of Militant Atheists, specifically to denigrate religious holidays.
Their carnivals were inspired by similar events staged by activists after the French Revolution. From to and then again from to the "Komsomol Christmases" and Easters were basically holiday celebrations of atheism.
Religious Policy in the Soviet Union. Cambridge University Press. The League sallied forth to save the day from this putative religious revival.
Antireligioznik obliged with so many articles that it devoted an entire section of its annual index for to anti-religious training in the schools.
More such material followed in , and a flood of it the next year. It recommended what Lenin and others earlier had explicitly condemned—carnivals, farces, and games to intimidate and purge the youth of religious belief.
It suggested that pupils campaign against customs associated with Christmas including Christmas trees and Easter.
Some schools, the League approvingly reported, staged an anti-religious day on the 31st of each month. Not teachers but the League's local set the programme for this special occasion.
South China Morning Post. Christmas is not a recognised holiday in mainland China — where the ruling party is officially atheist — and for many years authorities have taken a tough stance on anyone who celebrates it in public.
The statement by Langfang officials said that anyone caught selling Christmas trees, wreaths, stockings or Santa Claus figures in the city would be punished.
While the ban on the sale of Christmas goods might appear to be directed at retailers, it also comes amid a crackdown on Christians practising their religion across the country.
In the case of the latter, about worshippers were snatched from their homes or from the streets in coordinated raids.
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