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CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE

 

COORDINATION IN NKAMI

 

Author:                                   Rogers Krobea Asante

Institutional Affiliation:       University of Education, Winneba

Current Status:                     Lecturer

Mailing address:                    College of Languages Education, University of Education, Winneba.

Phone number:                      +233 242 8500

Email address:                       nanarogs@yahoo.com; krasante@uew.edu.gh

Bio Statement:                       Rogers Krobea Asante is currently a lecturer at the Department of Applied Linguistics in the College of Languages Education, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana. His research interests include the documentation and description of endangered Guang languages such as Nkami and Nkonya, Akan linguistics, and the typology of animacy in Kwa and Gur languages of Ghana.   

 

 

UNDERGRADUATE WRITING IN A SECOND LANGUAGE CONTEXT: ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH INTRA-SENTENCE ISSUES        

 

Author:                                  John Agor

Institutional Affiliation:       University of Ghana

Current Status:                     Lecturer

Mailing Address:                   Department of Linguistics, P. O. Box LG61, Legon, Ghana

Email Address:                      jtagor@ug.edu.gh

Bio Statement:                       John Agor is a lecturer in the Department of Linguistics, University of Ghana, Legon. He is an Applied Linguist with research interest in Second Language Acquisition, Language Teaching, English Syntax, and Student Writing.

 

THE MORPHO-SYNTACTIC AND SEMANTIC-PRAGMATIC REALISATION OF DEFINITENESS AND SPECIFICITY IN SWAHILI

 

Author:                                  Gerald Eliniongoze Kimambo

Institutional Affiliation:       University of Dar es Salaam

Current Status:                     Lecturer

Mailing address:                   Department of Foreign Languages and Linguistics, College of Humanities, University of Dar es Salaam, P.O. Box 35040 Dar es Salaam.

Email address:                      kimambog@udsm.ac.tz

Bio Statement:                       Gerald Eliniongoze Kimambo is a Lecturer in the Department of Foreign Languages and Linguistics at the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. He is a linguist with research interest in Morpho-Syntax, Semantics, Language Acquisition, Bilingualism, and Language Teaching.

 

 

EVENT AND ACTORS REPRESENTATION IN SELECTED NIGERIAN DAILY NEWSPAPERS

 

Author:                                   Hameed Tunde Asiru

Institutional Affiliation:       Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina, Nigeria

Current status:                      Lecturer 1

Mailing Address:                  Department of English and French, Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina, Nigeria

Email Address:                      asiru.hameed@umyu.edu.ng

 

Bio Statement:                       Hameed Tunde Asiru holds a Ph.D in English and Linguistics from Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya, M.A and B.Ed in English Language from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He teaches linguistic related courses in the Department of English and French, Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina, Nigeria. His research interests include: Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Semantics, Stylistics and Media Discourse. Hameed is currently working on migration and gender role de/reconstruction of Northern Nigerian women immigrants.

Author:                                   Emily A. Ogutu

Institutional Affiliation:       Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya

Current status:                      Senior Lecturer

Mailing Address:                  Department of English and Linguistics, Kenyatta University, Nairobi

Email Address:                      eatogutu@gmail.com

Bio Statement:                       Emily A. Ogutu is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English and Linguistics, Kenyatta University, Kenya. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. She has published articles in international journals and participated in several international conferences. She has also supervised and examined a number of Master’s and Doctoral students locally and internationally.

Author:                                   Daniel Ochieng Orwenjo

Institutional Affiliation:       The Technical University of Kenya

Current status:                      Senior Lecturer

Mailing Address:                  Department of Language and Communication Studies, The Technical University of Kenya

Email Address:                      orwenjo@daad-alumi.de

Bio Statement:                       Daniel Ochieng Orwenjo holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from the University of Frankfurt in Germany (2009), a Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics from Kenyatta University, Kenya (2004) and Bachelor of Education degree from Kenyatta University, Kenya. As an applied linguist, his main research interests revolve around the nexus between linguistics and other disciplines by focusing on the application of linguistic knowledge in solving real life problems in other disciplines such as education, law, anthropology, sociology and psychology on one hand; and using knowledge in these disciplines to solve linguistic problems on the other hand. Presently, his research focuses on early literacies practices and environments that preschool children are exposed to in western Kenya and how such exposure impacts on their literacy development at their onset of schooling.

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CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE

COORDINATION IN NKAMI

Author: Rogers Krobea Asante
Institutional Affiliation: University of Education, Winneba
Current Status: Lecturer
Mailing address: College of Languages Education, University of Education, Winneba.
Phone number: +233 242 8500
Email address: nanarogs@yahoo.com; krasante@uew.edu.gh
Bio Statement: Rogers Krobea Asante is currently a lecturer at the Department of Applied Linguistics in the College of Languages Education, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana. His research interests include the documentation and description of endangered Guang languages such as Nkami and Nkonya, Akan linguistics, and the typology of animacy in Kwa and Gur languages of Ghana.


UNDERGRADUATE WRITING IN A SECOND LANGUAGE CONTEXT: ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH INTRA-SENTENCE ISSUES

Author: John Agor
Institutional Affiliation: University of Ghana
Current Status: Lecturer
Mailing Address: Department of Linguistics, P. O. Box LG61, Legon, Ghana
Email Address: jtagor@ug.edu.gh
Bio Statement: John Agor is a lecturer in the Department of Linguistics, University of Ghana, Legon. He is an Applied Linguist with research interest in Second Language Acquisition, Language Teaching, English Syntax, and Student Writing.

THE MORPHO-SYNTACTIC AND SEMANTIC-PRAGMATIC REALISATION OF DEFINITENESS AND SPECIFICITY IN SWAHILI

Author: Gerald Eliniongoze Kimambo
Institutional Affiliation: University of Dar es Salaam
Current Status: Lecturer
Mailing address: Department of Foreign Languages and Linguistics, College of Humanities, University of Dar es Salaam, P.O. Box 35040 Dar es Salaam.
Email address: kimambog@udsm.ac.tz
Bio Statement: Gerald Eliniongoze Kimambo is a Lecturer in the Department of Foreign Languages and Linguistics at the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. He is a linguist with research interest in Morpho-Syntax, Semantics, Language Acquisition, Bilingualism, and Language Teaching.


EVENT AND ACTORS REPRESENTATION IN SELECTED NIGERIAN DAILY NEWSPAPERS

Author: Hameed Tunde Asiru
Institutional Affiliation: Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina, Nigeria
Current status: Lecturer 1
Mailing Address: Department of English and French, Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina, Nigeria
Email Address: asiru.hameed@umyu.edu.ng

Bio Statement: Hameed Tunde Asiru holds a Ph.D in English and Linguistics from Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya, M.A and B.Ed in English Language from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He teaches linguistic related courses in the Department of English and French, Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina, Nigeria. His research interests include: Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Semantics, Stylistics and Media Discourse. Hameed is currently working on migration and gender role de/reconstruction of Northern Nigerian women immigrants.
Author: Emily A. Ogutu
Institutional Affiliation: Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya
Current status: Senior Lecturer
Mailing Address: Department of English and Linguistics, Kenyatta University, Nairobi
Email Address: eatogutu@gmail.com
Bio Statement: Emily A. Ogutu is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English and Linguistics, Kenyatta University, Kenya. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. She has published articles in international journals and participated in several international conferences. She has also supervised and examined a number of Master’s and Doctoral students locally and internationally.
Author: Daniel Ochieng Orwenjo
Institutional Affiliation: The Technical University of Kenya
Current status: Senior Lecturer
Mailing Address: Department of Language and Communication Studies, The Technical University of Kenya
Email Address: orwenjo@daad-alumi.de
Bio Statement: Daniel Ochieng Orwenjo holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from the University of Frankfurt in Germany (2009), a Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics from Kenyatta University, Kenya (2004) and Bachelor of Education degree from Kenyatta University, Kenya. As an applied linguist, his main research interests revolve around the nexus between linguistics and other disciplines by focusing on the application of linguistic knowledge in solving real life problems in other disciplines such as education, law, anthropology, sociology and psychology on one hand; and using knowledge in these disciplines to solve linguistic problems on the other hand. Presently, his research focuses on early literacies practices and environments that preschool children are exposed to in western Kenya and how such exposure impacts on their literacy development at their onset of schooling.
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Published
2018-06-30