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Lwati: A journal of Contemporary Research is a peer-reviewed Journal. It publishes New Research from every aspect of the Humanities and the Social Sciences.

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Vol 17, No 1 (2020)

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Table of Contents

Articles

School learning environment and pre-primary children’s reading readiness in early childhood development in Ogoja Education Zone of Cross River State EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M.O. Sunday, Melvina N. Amalu 1-17
Functional literacy in reading comprehension: relative effectiveness of using interactive video instructional mode and tutorial video instructional mode in teaching EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Gladys D. Ukume, Vincent U. Uguma, Godwin A. Agbinya 18-31
Context– sensitive rules in Urhobo Language, Delta State -Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Emuobonuvie M. Ajiboye 32-39
Vowel deletion in Urhobo culture and tradition: implications for Urhobo language teaching and learning EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Emuobonuvie M. Ajiboye 40-52
Militancy and aesthetics of poetry: a study of Claude Mckay Verses Harlem Renaissance EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mishael C. Nwaiwu 53-70
Towards effective mass mobilization for social justice: a communication approach EMAIL FULL TEXT
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John I. Ukam 71-84
Doctor-patient relationship: a basis for liability and burden of proof EMAIL FULL TEXT
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William W. Longpoe, E. Ibu Otor 85-104
Differential dimensions between pentecostals and Aladura movements in Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Elizabeth Akpanke Odey 105-123
Angbo-Akata: the social dimensions of a night masquerade EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Edet Essien, Kadimo Oqua 124-135
Social media and its credibility as a source of news EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ubana Obeten Osong, Roseline Ntui Egbe 136-144


ISSN: 1813-2227
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