SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES CITED

  • Abrahams, Roger D. 1962 Playing the dozens. Journal of American Folklore 75: 209220.
  • 1964 Deep down in the jungle: Negro narrative folklore from the streets of Philadelphia. Hatboro, Folklore Associates.
  • Bascom, William R. 1942 The principle of seniority in the social structure of the Yoruba. American Anthropologist 44: 3746.
  • 1953 Drums of the Yoruba of Nigeria. Ethnic Folkways Library, Album P441. New York, Folkways Records and Service Corp.
  • Firth, Raymond 1926 Proverbs in native life, with special reference to those of the Maori. Folk-Lore 37: 134153; 245–270.
  • Herskovits, Melville J. 1930 Kru proverbs. Journal of American Folklore 43: 225293.
  • 1950 The hypothetical situation: a technique of field research. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 6: 3240.
  • Herzog, George 1936 Jabo proverbs from Liberia. London, Oxford University Press.
  • 1945 Drum-signalling in a West African tribe. Word 1: 217238.
  • Hymes, Dell H. 1962 The ethnography of speaking. In Anthropology and human behavior, ThomasGladwin and W. C.Sturtevant, eds. Washington, Anthropological Society of Washington, pp. 1353.
  • Jakobson, Roman and P. Bogatyrev 1929 Die folklore als besondere form des schaffens. In Donum natalicium Schrijnen: Verzameling van opstellen door oud-leerlingen en bevriende vakgenooten opgedragen ann Mgr. Prof. Dr. Jos. Schrijnen. Nÿmegen-Utrecht, Dekker, pp. 900913.
  • Laoye, H. H. 1954 Yoruba drums. Nigeria 45: 413.
  • Lévi-Strauss, Claude 1963 Structural anthropology. New York, Basic Books.
  • Malinowski, Bronislaw 1935 Coral gardens and their magic. II. New York, American Book Company.
  • Messenger, John C., Jr. 1959 The role of proverbs in a Nigerian judicial system. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 15: 6473.
  • Miller, Robert J. 1952 Situation and sequence in the study of folklore. Journal of American Folklore 65: 2948.
  • Sebeok, Thomas A. 1959 Folksong viewed as code and message. Anthropos 54: 141153.
  • Turner, Lorenzo D. 1960 The role of folklore in the life of the Yoruba of southwestern Nigeria. In Report on the ninth annual round table meeting on linguistics and language studies: anthropology and African studies, Willaim M.Austin, ed. Georgetown University Monograph Series on Languages and Linguistics no. 11, Washington, D. C., Georgetown University Press, pp. 4556.