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UJAH: Unizik Journal of Arts and Humanities is a multidisciplinary journal devoted to the promotion of excellence in theoretical and applied research and the dissemination of research reports as tools for learning. It publishes scholarly articles in such areas of the humanities as Igbo and other African languages and literatures, English and other European languages and literatures, Chinese and other Asian languages and literatures, History, Philosophy, Religion, Music, Theatre Arts, etc. UJAH seeks to grow the variety of human languages by maintaining a liberal language policy. Authors are encouraged to write in whatever language they are most proficient. In any case, the abstract shall be available in English

Vol 19, No 2 (2018)

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Articles

Inter and intra- gender discourse in African prose: an interrogation of the female image in selected literary texts EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ebele Peace Okpala, Tracie Chima Utoh-Ezeajugh 1-24
Readdressing the ethno-religious conflicts in southern Kaduna, Nigeria in the Light of Abraham-Lot Narrative (Genesis 13:1-18) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Favour Chukwuemeka Uroko 25-43
Ethnicity and national integration in Nigeria: towards the use of indigenous language option for information dissemination at the grassroots EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Aghaegbuna Haroldson Uwaezuoke 44-61
Gyekye’s moderate communitarianism: a case of radical communitarianism in disguise EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Richard Ansah, Modestha Mensah 62-87
The new media as a viable alternative to traditional film marketing in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Emmanuel Onyeka Ebekue 88-111
Culture and corruption: a critical analysis of the basis of Nigerian depraved experience EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Gregory Emeka Chinweuba 112-130
The Lessons of kola nut in searching for Nigeria’s unity EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ifeyinwa Cordelia Isidienu 131-149
The semantics of incongruous collocations in Chimamanda Adichie’s Half of a Yellow Sun EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Isaiah Aluya, Edem Samuel 150-166
Foreign languages and the problem of African identity: the Nigerian situation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Oluchukwu Felicia Asadu 167-181
Critique against social injustice in the Book of Amos: its relevance to development in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ikenna L. Umeanolue 182-192


ISSN: 1595-1413
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