The Distinctive Features of Menzuma as a Genre of its Own and theFunctions it Serve for the Muslim Community of Wollo: An EthnographicApproach

@article{Hassen2016TheDF,
  title={The Distinctive Features of Menzuma as a Genre of its Own and theFunctions it Serve for the Muslim Community of Wollo: An EthnographicApproach},
  author={R Hassen},
  journal={Arts and social sciences journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={7},
  pages={1-6}
}
  • R. Hassen
  • Published 31 May 2016
  • Sociology
  • Arts and social sciences journal
This is a study on manzuma; its attributes and roles for Wollo Muslim Community. The data collected was part of the six month participant observation for my PhD work entitled ‘Ethnography of Communication of the Amharic Speaking Muslim Community of Wollo’. The first section illustrates the features of manzuma which mark it as a distinctive genre of its own kind. The basic features of lexical set, script, content, accompanying instruments, rhyme and rhythm. The second section states about the… 
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