The Ait Baarnrane of Sidi Ifni: building an identity and a territory
In AitBaamrane, there exist a rich and diversified variety. They speak Tachelhit, the native Amazigh language of southern Morocco, they use a substantial vocabulary of words from Moroccan dialectal Arabic, classical Arabic, but also sometimes of Spanish and / or French, To this diversity of linguistic borrowings temporal, is added a construction of a complex local identity or the components of the exile of history, of holiness, of the border, of jihad (resistance) on the borders of the territory and the memory occupy a primordial place in the construction of the identity and the Baamrani territory.
Ben Attou, Mohamed
"Les Ait Baamrane de Sidi Ifni: construction d'une identité et d'un territoire,"
Dirassat: Vol. 14, Article 10.
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