Content Analysis of Faatee Blessing in Case of Arsi Oromo Peoples
International Journal of Education, Culture and Society
Volume 5, Issue 5, October 2020, Pages: 95-99
Received: Aug. 29, 2020;
Accepted: Sep. 15, 2020;
Published: Sep. 24, 2020
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Temam Kedir Iteya, Collage of Social Science and Humanities, Madda Walabu University, Robe Bale, Ethiopia
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The major Objective of this study was to analyis the content of Eebba Faatee (Fate Blessing) in case of Oromia regional state Westi Arsi Zone. Oral literature is the types of literature which transmited orally from generations to generation. Faatee Blessing is also oral literature which is unique and loved near Arsi Oromo. To achieve the paper objectives, qualitative research approach was employed, for it can guide the researcher to collect qualitative data. From the West Arsi Zone, 4 districts were selected purposively. In this manner, 5 elders were selected from each District by using snowball and Purposive sampling technique. Totally, 20 elders were involved in the study from which the data was collected though semi-structured interview, focus group discussion and observation. After that the collected data were carefully transcribed, and analyzed critically according to their aspects. Thus, the result of the study shows that Eebba Faatee (Fate Blessing) has different Contents. From those contents, Eebba Faatee which was said to beg Creator and Creation, Eebba Faatee which was said to wish someone’s strength and to be clone, eebba faatee which was said tokeep their unity and to be Brave (Legend), Eebba Faatee which was said to wish peace, and Eebba Faatee which was said to advise someone.
Content, Eebba Faatee, Oromo, West Arsi
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Temam Kedir Iteya,
Content Analysis of Faatee Blessing in Case of Arsi Oromo Peoples, International Journal of Education, Culture and Society.
Vol. 5, No. 5,
2020, pp. 95-99.
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