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an analysis of asian theartre

Introduction Attempting to look into the drama and theatre of the Asian world is like saddling one with the task of looking into the deep blue sea to fish out all the species of fishes therein. W. B. Worthen, based on the multifacetedness of the Asian world and it versatile political histories, authoritatively asserts that "the drama and theatr... 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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a stylistic analysis of the syntactic features and cohesive devices in the columnists’ use of english language in nigerian newspapers

ABSTRACT The study was a stylistic analysis of the syntactic features and cohesive devices in the columnists‟ use of language in Nigerian Newspapers. The corpus for the study consisted of five texts selected from different Nigerian Newspapers. The result of the study revealed that dependent clauses are prevalent which serve as extension of... Continue Reading

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code switching in northern nigeria: a study of kanywood film industry

Abstract This study is an examination of the language use in the northern Nigeria film industry called Kannywood. This work focuses on Hausa-English code-switching in contemporary Kanywood films. Thenature of code-switching in the films, as well as reasons for code-switching are all examined.It is noted that code-switching in Kanywood films is m... Continue Reading

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coinages in nigeria english: a sociolinguistic perspective

Abstract Nigerian English coinages have been widely investigated in different literatures ranging from studies in Sociolinguistics, Semantics, Pragmatics, and Syntax to Metaphors and Cognitive linguistic studies. This present paper is a re-visitation of the Nigerian English lexicon, taking cue from the lexicographic efforts of Igboanusi (2002). ... 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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dignity or suppression: the portrayal of women in thunderbolt nollywood home video film

INTRODUCTION 1.1. Background to the study Film has been in existence since time immemorial, it serves many generations as a tool of understanding and passing across vital information and ideas generated by individual different communities. Since some people lack reading cultures, there is a need to engage films to disseminate information to t... Continue Reading

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discourse and communication: a comparative study

ABSTRACT Discourse and communication are two interrelated concepts, intricately interwoven and grossly assumed as overtly synonymous. This study therefore, attempts to demystify these concepts and also aim to unearth the intricate relationship that exists... Continue Reading

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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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discourse, stylistics and pragmatic: a study of convergence

Abstract Discourse, stylistics and pragmatics are sub-fields of linguistics that have attained independent statuses in the arts. With the seeming differences between these fields, there exist a lot of relationships that connect the three areas of study together. This study is an attempt to examine the similarities in relationships between discou... Continue Reading

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feminism: an examination of zulu sofola's sweet trap and ola rotimi's our has gone mad again

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Feminism has continued to dominate the temporary literary discourse as african societies are becoming increasingly of the urgent necessity t o liberate and fully exploits the potential of women to enhance peaceful co-exisence and socoi-economic development .as an introductory chapter the focus here is to provi... Continue Reading

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feminist criticisms of some selected feminist works

FEMINIST CRITICISMS OF SOME SELECTED FEMINIST WORKS INTRODUCTION There are view shared by all feminists is that women are discriminated against on account of their sex. Feminists stress the relevant of gender segregation in society and it present these segregation as working to the overall advantage of men. Although feminists are united with ... Continue Reading

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fiction, emotion and narration in selected novels of chinua achebe

CHAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION 1.2 Fiction and Emotion Narration as a concept is the weaving of several strands of events into a story. This means narrative comes out of oral or written account of an event or events such as The Man Died (1972) the autobiographical narra... Continue Reading

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graphological foregrounding in chimamanda adichie's purple hibiscus

International Journal of Language and Linguistics ISSN 2374-8850 (Print), 2374-8869 (Online) Vol. 1, No. 2; December 2014 9 Graphological Foregrounding in Chimamanda Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus Ebi Yeibo Niger Delta University Faculty of Arts Department of English and Literary Studies Wilberforce Island Bayelsa State Comfor... Continue Reading

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language and national development: challenges and impediments in a multilingual society

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Human Beings are social animals and language is an instrument of the society which is acculturated into a given society. Through the instrumentality of language, man identifies and make finding about his environment. Continue Reading

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