|Farmwalk with Johnson Bayode
|0259-00000000 - Farmwalk with Johnson Bayode
|Farming, food and yam: language and cultural practices among Ikaan speakers
|Maria Ioanna Tzika
|In this video recording, we follow Mr Johnson Bayode to his farm. Before setting off, he explains where his farms are and shows us what he takes along to his farm. On the way, he describes what he sees and tells us about the pond where mothers could take their children and the spirit of the pond would take care of them. On the farm, he explains what he grows and how he cultivates for the plants and shows us maize, cassava, pepper, tomato and different types of yam. At the end, there are some video shots of the farm.
|Language_Name: Ikaan Language_Region: Africa Language_Country: Nigeria Project_Status: Complete Year: 2011 Start_Date: 2011-10-01 End_Date: 2013-09-30
|Title Farmwalk with Johnson Bayode
|In this audio recording, we follow Mr Bayode to his farm. Before setting off, he explains where his farms are and what he takes along to his farm. On the way, he describes what he sees and tells us about the pond where mothers could take their children and the spirit of the pond would take care of them. On the farm, he explains what he grows and how he cultivates for the plants and talks about maize, cassava, pepper, tomato and different types of yam.
|These photographs were taken along the farmwalk with Mr Johnson Bayode and show some of the things he was talking about and himself and his wife and daughter working on the farm.
|This annotation of the audio recording contains an orthographic transcription of what is said in Ikaan with translations into English and Yoruba. Also, all Ikaan sentences are broken down into the individual words and translated word-by-word. Finally, the annotation contains notes on the language and culture and general notes.
|School of Oriental and African Studies
|Ikaan (Ikakumo, Ondo State)
|Endangered Languages Archive
|OAI-PMH request for OLAC format
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|OAI-PMH request for simple DC format
|Sophie Salffner; Fred Adekanye. 2012-06-12. Sophie Salffner.
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