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discourse and stylistics: methods of analysis

Abstract In the wake of a revolutionary change of interest from language form to language function, attention of many language scholars have been shifted from the structural pattern of language to the function the language is used to perform in social discourses. The present study is one of such endeavours, and essentially explored the fields of... Continue Reading

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word formation processes in nigerian short-message service

Abstract One of the features of a living language is that it constantly changes with new words finding their way into the vocabulary of the language. Languages’ vocabularies grow from time to time as a result of new innovations that continuously spring up in different sectors of life and human endeavour; one of which is the Global System for Mob... Continue Reading

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the influence of the language of social media on the english language

ABSTRACT The boom in the use of social media in our time has no doubt brought a lot alteration in different language conventions. The early users of social media battled with space and time. Since social media language is in the borderline of speech and writing they created unusual acronyms and some other new words, like ‘u’, ur, ‘unfriend’ etc no... Continue Reading

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political corruption and symbolism in adichie chimamanda ngozi's half of a yellow sun and okey 2

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Political corruption is the use of power by government officials for illegitimate private gain. Misuse of government power for other purposes such as repression of political opponents and general police brutality is considered political corruption. Most economic political and social problems in under developed societies l... Continue Reading

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critical discourse analysis of president barrack obama’s inauguration speech (january 20, 2009)

ABSTRACT This research work examined the persuasive strategies of President Obama’s public speaking as enshrined in his inaugural address. The analysis is grounded on Norman Fairclough’s assumptions in Critical Discourse Analysis, claiming that ideologies reside in texts that it is not possible to remove or ignore ideologies from texts and that ... Continue Reading

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the influence of the society on stundents’ performance

Scholars’ preoccupation with the teaching and learning of English language among other languages in this part of the world is founded as it is the language of instruction in schools as well as the lingua franca in many African nations, Nigeria included. Given that students and their teachers do not exist in isolations of the society influencing stu... Continue Reading

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an investigation of special language needs analysis of workplaces

This study examined an investigation of special language needs analysis of workplaces in Lagos State. The descriptive survey design was used to carry out the study. The population of study comprised of all the workers in all the selected industries located within Oshodi and Agege Local Government Area of Lagos State. Continue Reading

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a pramatic analysis of selected cartoons from nigerian dailies the ‘guardian, the punch, and the nation’

ABSTRACT This work investigates how meaning is derived in an utterance through cartoons. It aimed at a pragmatic analysis of selected cartoons from these Nigerian dailies: The Guardian, The Punch and The Nation, in order to know the different functions of language in relation to context using Participants, Implicature, Inference, Presupposition,... Continue Reading

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discourse analysis of christian handbills

ABSTRACT Christian handbills are one of the leading non-verbal means of communication in the society today especially the church handbills and posters. Technically put, posters are very important forms of visual communication. It presents picture(s) with meanings lying behind it Continue Reading

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a pragmatic analysis of features of nigerian english in the subtitles of selected nigerian home videos

ABSTRACT Several theories have been developed by linguists all over the world in explaining pragmatics as a sub-field of linguistics. What is central in the contributions of the scholars is identification of invisible‟ meanings from what is said or written by the intended listeners as intentionally meant by speakers/writers of such utteranc... Continue Reading

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conflicts and causes of conflicts in africa

INTRODUCTION Conflict can be defined as a clash or disagreement often violent between opposing groups or individuals. It can also be said to be an incompatibility, as of two things that cannot be simultaneously fulfilled. The word conflict is as old as mankind. This is because the word has been in existence in all area of man life since the i... Continue Reading

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an examination of leadership styles and their effectiveness in the organization performance

ABSTRACT This research project aims at investigating leadership Styles and work productivity in an organization: A study of Keffi Local Government Council. Some of the topics dealt with are summarized in the research and findings are stated accordingly. Continue Reading

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political corruption and symbolism in adichie chimamanda ngozi’s half of a yellow sun and okey ndibe’s arrows of rain

ABSTRACT This project work is on political corruption and symbolism. This project work brings out the corrupt practices by politicians and military rulers. To also brings out the symbols used in the novels. Chapter one is an introduction on political corruption in Nigeria and the way the military took over and ruled Nigeria. Chapter two is on the ... Continue Reading

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africanism theme, and technique in amos tutuola’s the palmwine drinkard

ABSTRACT This project work deals with a critical evaluation of Africanism in relation to theme and techniques of Amos Tutuola’s novel THE PALMWINE DRINKARD. This study tends to examine the important of African culture and promotion of its cultural heritage which was bastardized by the colonial masters during colonization. In the course of t... Continue Reading

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syntactic and lexico-semantic analyses of selected sms text messages

ABSTRACT Words form the basis for a Linguistic analysis at any level of language study. The aim of this essay was to identify the various Lexical and Syntactic elements that make up personal text messages among the students of the University of Ilorin. Lexical features, Lexical relations, Word-formation processes and Word Sequences were employed... Continue Reading

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