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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 6, No 2 (2017)

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Articles

Femininity in Jose Saramago’s Blindness and Seeing EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tayebeh Barati, Mahmoud Daram 1-15
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/laligens.v6i2.1
Feminist consciousness and assertiveness in Ifeoma Okoye’s Behind the Clouds and Chimere EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Margaret Fafa Nutsukpo 16-28
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/laligens.v6i2.2
Changing the concept of womanhood: male feminists and the Nigeria feminist novel EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Gloria Ada Fwangyil 29-38
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/laligens.v6i2.3
Interrogating the justice system in a multi-ethnic state: a study of selected Yoruba video drama EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Niyi Adebanjo 39-48
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/laligens.v6i2.4
Linguistics deviation, a tool for teaching English grammar: evidence from Percy B. Shelley’s poem EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Eyi Isaac Ngulube, A. Sandra Uloma Harry 49-64
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/laligens.v6i2.5
An analysis of the grammatical errors of Igbo-Speaking graduates’ written English: implications for teaching EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N.V. Nwigwe, A.C. Izuagba 65-78
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/laligens.v6i2.6
The indispensable role of the English language in sustainable development: the Nigerian case EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Esther Chikaodi Anyanwu 79-85
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/laligens.v6i2.7
Eclecticism in the Igbo language classroom EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B.I. Mmadike, A.Ụ.N. Nwankwere, C.A. Eme 86-103
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/laligens.v6i2.8
Vulture significance in Ogoni Culture EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lazarus Baribiae Saale 104-110
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/laligens.v6i2.9
L’absorption d’un Discours Social Nigérien: Esclave à 11 ans de Fatima Boscaro EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Martins Ikechukwu Ali, Chinwe Jane Okolo 111-121
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/laligens.v6i2.10


ISSN: 2227-5460
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