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Ghana Journal of Linguistics

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Table of Contents

Ọbádélé B Kambon

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Adams Bodomo, Hasiyatu Abubakari and Dewei Che

On Nominalizing the Serial Verb in Mabia Languages 1

 

Charles Marfo and E. Kweku Osam                                 

Optimal Inflections as Symmetry between Nominal and Verbal Reduplications in Akan 33

 

Kofi K. Saah                                                                                                                                      The Syntax of Reciprocal Constructions in Akan 52

 

Seth Antwi Ofori                                                                                                                  

Vowel Doubling before the Verbal Unit -yɛ [jɛ] in Asante Twi 71

 

Helen Atipoka Adongo and Avea E. Nsoh                                                                              

Vowel Harmony in Gurenɛ 102

 

Mercy Bobuafor

“Paddling a Canoe and Preparing Rice Balls”: The Semantics of Tafi Cuisine 134

 

Kofi Agyekum

Fictional Characters and Toponyms in Kwabena Adi’s Brako 154

 

Grace Diabah and Nana Aba Appiah Amfo                                                                            

To Dance or Not to Dance: Masculinities in Akan Proverbs and their Implications for Contemporary Societies  179

 

Samuel Gyasi Obeng                                                                                   

Language and Liberty in Ghanaian Political Communication: A Critical Discourse Perspective 199

 

Akosua Anyidoho                                                                                        

Shifting Sands: Language Policies in Education in Ghana and Implementation Challenges 225

 

Mercy Akrofi Ansah                                                                        

Reminiscing the Contribution of a Pioneer of the Development of the Twi Language: Clement Anderson Akrofi 244

 

Contributors to this Issue 267

Preferred Format for References  270




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