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Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research - Vol 14, No 4 (2017)

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Articles

Harnessing two language games to enhance students’ achievement in English vocabulary: implications for innovation in second language teaching EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Gladys D. Ukume, Catherine E. Ochogwu, Patience Ejembi 1-15
Socio-cultural competence in ESL education: a focus on Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ngozi Ezenwa-Ohaeto, Nneka Umera-Okeke 16-29
Lexical inference as an obstacle to reading comprehension at senior secondary schools in Botswana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tshiamiso Violet Moumakwa 30-43
To disclose or not to disclose: the moral complexities of HIV status disclosure in southern Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Christopher A.B. Zigira 44-65
Imperialism in the making of Cooch Behar State: role of political agents EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Anil Kumar Sarkar 81-94
Colonialism and origin of boundary crisis in Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Boypa O. Egbe, Ibiang Obono Okoi 95-110
Professor Lisa Aranson on J.A. Green (a pioonier artist photographer of the Niger Delta): some reflections and harmonisation EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Stanley I. Okoroafor 111-123
Gender roles in African oral literature: a case study of initiation songs among the Igembe people of Meru of Kenya EMAIL FULL TEXT
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John M. Kobia 124-141
Transnationalism and aspects of the history of translation practice: from antiquity to early 21st Century EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Samson Fabian Nzuanke, Maxwell-Borjor Achuk Eba 142-164
Face threatening acts in familiar communicational space in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Austin A. Agantiem 165-180
Rhetoric and Style in Leopold Sedar Senghor’s “New York” EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Isaac I. Elimimian 181-194
Foregrounding aspects of Esiaba Irobi’s dramatic techniques in three selected plays EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Uwem Affiah, Chidimma Elekwachi 195-214
Religion, gender and globalization EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Eyo Otu Nsa 215-225
State-civil society partnerships and sustainable urban development: lessons from Kibera, Nairobi EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Agostino M. Zamberia 226-241
Utilitarian theatre forms and their relatedness: the imperative of conceptual clarifications EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Edward Ugbada Adie 242-260
Drama and communication: interrogating the topos of relational conflict in Ama Ata Aidoo’s Anowa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Clement Eloghosa Odia, Peter O. Aihevba 261-273
From modernization to alternative paradigm: development in history and ideological implications of unequal relations for the periphery EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Emmanuel Jegede 274-300
Using identification in entertainment-education drama serials to promote women’s rights in Cross River and Akwa Ibom States EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Edisua Merab Yta 301-320


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