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Personal citation, rhetorical practice and the reinvention of oríkì tradition
preprintposted on 01.02.2021, 19:35 by Henri Oripeloye
The data consist two citation texts of prominent civil servants in Nigeria. There are two reasons for this choice of data: first, these texts have explicit intertextual relations to oral delivery being a text configured for the ear and second, there is the network of features associated with the Yoruba oriki social culture that is pervasive in the performance modes of personal citation
Declaration of conflicts of interestThe authors hereby declare that this manuscript has no conflict of interest
Corresponding author firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead author countryNigeria
Lead author job roleHigher Education Lecturer
Lead author institutionObafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria
Ethics statementThere is no ethical issues with respect to this manuscript.
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