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AFRREV LALIGENS: An International Journal of Language, Literature and Gender Studies

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We have often ignored issues concerning linguistic and other socio-cultural resources such as feminism and gender studies in our search for development problems in Africa When linguistic issues are addressed at all, the fact that there is a multiplicity of languages in African countries is often seen as a hindrance to the development of the continent. This journal is geared towards addressing

  • the relationship between language and development and offers a specific proposal for addressing issues of language policy and planning in Africa and elsewhere in the world
  • the extinction and survival of many African languages
  • the role of foreign languages in African context
  • issues of gender portrayal in language and literature
  • the relationship between language and gender

Gender-related linguistic properties such as referential terms, word formations, syntactic structures, semantic connotations, social gender and idiomatic expressions.

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Vol 5, No 2 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Language and the development of Kenya EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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KM Lonyangapuo 1-15
The Naija language amnd the "Naija languej akademi" as an ideological movement EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jenny Benjamin Inyang 16-24
Language and self-identity: making a case for indigenous Igbo names in Nigeria’s ESL situation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nneka Umera-Okeke 25-35
Analysis of morphophonemic patterns of Gujii dialect: an insight from optimality theory, sociolinguistics and psycholinguistics in the determination of peculiarities of the dialect EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kebede Roba Ayele, Gurrea Roba Bokko 36-49
Mother tongue education: a panacea to effective teaching and learning of English in Nigeria primary schools EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ifeyinwa Obiegbu 50-59
Literature in English as a tool for teaching English as a second language in Nigerian schools EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Stella Chinwe Ugoji 60-70
Literature and language: identity in African literature through new Englishes EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Donatus C Nwabunze 71-84
Simple & progressive aspects of grammar and their usage in literature EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ifeyinwa Obiegbu 85-94
Headedness in Igbo derivational morphology EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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George Onwudiwe 95-111
Masculinity in early African times: transformational presentations in Achebe’s Things fall apart EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Katunga Joseph Minga 112-124
The novelist and social commitment: a study of Meja Mwangi’s The Bushtrackers EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chris K Ukande 125-135
Le concept de la conscience dans l’oeuvre d’Albert Camus EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Manasseh Teryima Akese, Member Ordue 136-148
Une revue critique du groupement tripartite du verbe Français EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EM Onumajuru, VC Onumajuru 149-158
Women’s participation and gender issues in local governance in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kehinde Olusola Olayode 159-172
Contesting the existence of male speech stereotypes within the communicative context of nursing: a case of Bonda mission hospital, Zimbabwe EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Gilda Paidamoyo Mhlanga, Kudzai Gotosa, PR Mabugu, Esther Mafunda


ISSN: 2227-5460
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