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Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research - Vol 14, No 3 (2017)

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Articles

Tanzanian head teachers’ coping strategies in situations of critical shortages of teaching and non-teaching staff EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Aneth Anselm Komba 1-11
Boleswana educational research EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mickey Anderson 12-24
Statistics anxiety among undergraduate students in the faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Idaka. E Idaka 25-33
Quality education imperatives for inclusive basic education: moving beyond the rhetoric EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mago Maila 34-49
Approach to literacy: the art of composing meaning through children’s literature EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Thienhuong Hoang 50-63
Varieties of English usage in African poetry EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Isaac I. Elimimian 63-87
Concentration of some heavy metals (Cd, Co, Fe & Hg) in soil and edible vegetables in Ogoja urban area of Cross River State, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Michael Akomaye Akpe, Stephen Adie Adalikwu, Miranda I. Dosunmu 88-97
Ritual use of currency in Laimbwe history, Cameroon EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Henry Kam Kah 98-121
Perceived effects of political climate on the recreational habit of Nigerian students EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Adeyemi Raphael Awopetu 122-130
Ndi-Igbo from foundation to the contemporary times: the way forward EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Stanley Ifeanyi Okoroafor 131-140
Mother tongue education in Kenya: significance, challenges and prospects in a multilingual situation EMAIL FULL TEXT
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John M. Kobia 141-165
Newspaper headlines as a tool for political propaganda in Nigeria’s 2015 General Elections: The Sun Newspaper in focus EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kwita Ojong Adomi, George A. Otakore 166-181
Two rivers in Negrodom: Langston Hughes and David Diop EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Cheikh Ahmadou Dieng 182-191
Rhetoric and style in Leopold Sedar Senghor’s “New York” EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Isaac I. Elimimian 192-205
The people as repository of power: an exploration of the democratic impulse in Chinua Achebe's Arrow of God EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Onyekachi Eni 206-226
The complexity of the cultural identity of Basotho in Lesotho EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lehlohonolo S. Phafoli N.S. Zulu 227-246
Nigerian popular films: copyright and originality EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Charles Effiong 247-261


ISSN: 1813-2227
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