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Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research - Vol 13, No 2 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The effect of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) on poor study habits among secondary school students in Calabar Municipality EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Blessing Agbo Ntamu, Nonso Bisong 1-16
Decolonization of Africa as an illusion and as a noble dream: the case of Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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James Ajang Aboh 17-27
The euphemistic role of the Ibibiod proverb-riddle EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Inimbom James Akpan, Roseline Ntui Egbe 28-38
Maltreatment, Greed and Self-Centeredness in Myke VaGraam’s Play Some Mother’s SONS EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Gloria Eme Worugji, Uwem Affia 39-47
Historical allusions as stylistic strategy in the poetry of Langston Hughes EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Anthony Ebebe Eyang 48-59
The Trial of Dedan Kimathi as a model against the neo-colonialism of betrayal by African leaders: a literary, linguistic and dialogic analysis EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Uwem Affiah, Victory Bassey 60-74
A new historicist analysis of Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun and Adrienne Kennedy’s Funnyhouse of a Negro EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ojima Sunday Nathaniel, Francis Ibe Mogu, Winnie Zana Akpagu 75-86
Asouzu’s phenomenon of concealment and Bacon’s idols of the mind: a paradox of Nigeria’s leadership crisis EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ephraim Ahamefula Ikegbu, Enyimba Maduka, Abel Idagu Ushie 87-103
Kant’s categorical imperative: a foundation for democratic governance in Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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John O. Inyang 104-119
Eku Otung: theatrical and transcendental celebration of death among the Ejaghams of Calabar EMAIL FULL TEXT
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I.E. Kadimo Oqua 120-134
Values of modern technology to electronic media management in Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Columba Apeh 135-146
Budgeting and performing arts management in Nigeria: valuated concerns EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Edet Essien 147-157


ISSN: 1813-2227
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