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This study seeks to examine the spoken language used during NTA Kaduna Newsroom Editorial Board Meetings with the aim of describing the nature of its dialogue, providing an assessment of it, and exposing the peculiarities therein. It brings to the fore features that have otherwise not been observed in newsroom dialogue. The usual assumption by discourse analysts is that language used in institutionalized or formal settings is structured and follows the tenets of Discourse Analysis. As a result, there is a disparity in language use in spontaneous and institutionalized settings. Chapter one focuses on the background to the study. It also presents a brief insight into the case study and the profiles of a few of its staff. It also examines the research problem, aims, scope and delimitation as well as the significance of the study. Chapter two looks at scholarly works that help in understanding discourse analysis and the description of a newsroom, makeup of the editorial board, language use in context, conversational implicature, conversational structure, theoretical framework which was founded on Paul H. Grices‟ pragmatic principles and ethnomethodology. Chapter three is the methodology where data for this research was gathered by means of tape recordings. The use of recorded dialogue was to enable the researcher to observe the proceedings within a newsroom firsthand from an observer‟s point of view. This was done over a period of two weeks. Chapter four assesses the newsroom dialogue. To accomplish this task, two research questions were answered. The study employed the free transcription style in the analysis of its data. Chapter five takes us to a Pragmatic insight which forms the basis for arrival at our conclusion. This study observes that language use within the newsroom is not fashioned in the usual manner of language use in institutionalized settings. It notes that spontaneity is a key feature in newsroom discourse. It recommends that language use in other institutionalized settings should be analysed as well for their flexibility as it pertains to spontaneity and also of the use of other theoretical genres of linguistics for the analysis of dialogue as discourse should be considered.


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