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a sociolinguistic analysis of the influence of gender on the language use of 400 level students

ABSTRACT The thrust of this study is a sociolinguistic analysis of the gender on language use. The method of investigation used for this study is questionnaire and audio-recoding. This study has established the fact that the differences between male and female in ways of interacting often leads to wrong notions, meanings and interpretations give... Continue Reading

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a stylistic analysis of organisational signals and sub-thematic identification elements in selected nigerian newspaper articles

ABSTRACT The aim of this study thesis is to investigate organizational signals (textual cohesion) and sub-thematic identification (paragraph development) as the basic elements of writing to enhance textual unity and understanding (coherence) and the main objective is inquiry into the composition, readability and comprehension of newspaper articl... Continue Reading

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a systemic text linguistic study of selected nigerian novels

ABSTRACT The aim of this research was to do an in-depth study of the variations in language as used by the various novelists in the novels selected for this study. The objectives of the study were to investigate the divergent ways in which these writers have creatively used English to perform the functional role of communication in a non-native ... Continue Reading

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an analysis of political speech

ABSTRACT The famous, Greek philosopher, Aristotle, once said,” Politicians have no leisure, because they are always aiming at something beyond political life itself, power and glory, or happiness”. This statement is given credence with a mere observation of the politician and the political mind. The politician has the unenviable task of leading ... Continue Reading

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facts and fiction in nigerian war prose: chinua achebe’s there was a country and chimamanda ngozi adichie’s half of a yellow sun

ABSTRACT “Fact” is something actual as opposed to invented; something which is real. It is also information about a particular subject, especially actual condition and/or circumstances. It is a piece of information about circumstances that exist or events that have occurred. “Fiction” on the other hand is a literary work based on imagination ... Continue Reading

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language of persuasion: an analysis of the inaugural speeches of presidents jonathan and buhari

Abstract This research studied the language of persuasion of inaugural speeches in Nigeria to find out their use of rhetorical appeals. It investigated certain linguistic features in the speeches that were employed to appeal to the sense of emotion of the listeners, to ethics (speaker’s credibility) and logic alongside the use of unethical or il... Continue Reading

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race, identity and perspectives of african american women in the selected works of toni morrison and rita dove

ABSTRACT This study is concerned with an appraisal of Race, Identity and Perspectives of African American Women in the Selected Works of Toni Morrison and Rita Dove about the African American community, within the context of the United States of America. Over the years African American women writing has not been accorded due relevance within the... Continue Reading

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the forms and aesthetics of udje songs of the urhobo people

ABSTRACT This appraisal is on Udje dance songs of the Urhobo people. The study looks at the aesthetic qualities that abound in the Udje songs of the Urhobo people. The researcher analysed songs collected from field work and some collected by G. G Darah. In analysing the songs, the contextual theory was used as its analytical frame work which eve... Continue Reading

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the violation of women right in african novel faceless and women at point zero portrayed

ABSTRACT This paper examines the different subjugating conditions that women are confronted with daily. These include domestic violence, sexual abuse, Female Genital Mutilation, child-brides, bride-burning, discrimination in religious institutions and work place and other harmful cultural practices that inhibit the personal development of women ... Continue Reading

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instructional materials, provision, utilization and nursery pupils’ performance in english language

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS, PROVISION, UTILIZATION AND NURSERY PUPILS’ PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN JOS NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, PLATEAU STATE. ABSTRACT English Language is the language of instruction in Nigeria’s educational system. It is therefore important that it is properly taught in schools. This study was designed to assess the ... Continue Reading

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the roles of female character in benin oral narratives

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION PURPOSE OF STUDY This study examines the roles and /life style of females characters as minor characters in Benin oral narrative. It appreciates the strengths; examine the weakness, and points out the predicaments that these historical Benin women went through. This study attempts an inquiry into the nature and ... Continue Reading

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this study critically examines the subject matter and style in ezenwa ohaeto `s the voice of the night masquerade, the chants of a minstrel and if to say i bi soja

CHAPTER ONE 1.1.Introduction Poetry as a genre of literature is a channel of expression where sound, form and words meet in order to achieve meaning. J.O.J Nwachukwu-Agbada quoted Kuo Mojo, the Chinese poet, in describing poetry as the “music invoked from men`s hearts by the age in which they live” (African 5). Thus, for Kuo Mojo, it is a rhy... Continue Reading

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the aesthetic features and social relevance of folktales to okpara inland community

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION PURPOSE OF STUDY The purpose of study of this essay is to examine the aesthetic features and social relevance of folktales in Okpara Inland community of Delta State. The educational relevance of the folktales, the effectiveness of the oral artist’s performance is measured by the influence of his stories on the y... Continue Reading

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globalization and the nigerian economy: the babangida period

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Globalization is a comprehensive term for the emergence of a global society in which economic, political, environmental, and cultural events in one part of the world quickly come to have significance for people in other parts of the world.1 The term is also used to refer specifically to economic globalization in the c... Continue Reading

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corruption in festus iyayi's violence and femi ademiluyi's the new man

CHAPTER ONE Introduction1 Methodology3 Scope of the Study3 Background and Works of Festus Iyayi3 Background and Works of Femi Ademiluyi5 A brief Analysis and setting of Violence 5 A brief Analysis and Setting of The New Man.7 Literature Review of Iyayi’s Violence 9 Literature Review of Ademiluyi’s The New Man 10 Thesis... Continue Reading

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