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CONFLICTS IN PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP SELECTED AFRICAN TEXT

Authors: OKEKE, CHIKAMNENE ONYINYE

In FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE, LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGES

By JUDE OKUJAGU

The main objective is to investigate the emerging conflict in parent-child relationship in selected literary works. The specific objectives are to: 1.identify and examine the forms of conflict in parent-child relationship; 2. examine the bases for conflict as identified by characters in the chosen texts for the study; 3.analyze the positive effects of conflict in parent-child relationship in the selected texts and 4.investigate internal mechanisms of improving relationship in the home as portrayed in the selected texts. ABOVE 80 PAGES ABOVE | CHAPTER 1-5

AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF SOCIO-POLITICAL COLUMNS IN SELECTED NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS

Authors: OJELEYE, TOLULOPE OMOWUNMI

In ENGLISH & LITERATURE, LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGES

By MUHAMMAD ISA

The specific objectives are to: 1. describe the nature and communication conduct within the selected speech community; 2. analyze the level of strategic competence within the selected columns; 3. explain the level of linguistic competence within the selected columns in the Nigerian newspaper; 4. explicate the level of sociolinguistic competence within the selected speech community; 5. describe the level of discourse competence within the selected speech community and 6. ascertain the level of overall communicative competence of socio-political columnists as demonstrated in the analysis of the selected case studies.  ABOVE  60 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5   

A SOCIO-PRAGRAMATIC STUDY OF AMA ATTA AIDOO’S CHANGES AND CHIMAMANDAS’S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

Authors: AARON, BLESSING CHIDINMA

In ENGLISH & LITERATURE, LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGES

By EMRI SOLUTION

The specific objectives are to: 1. examine what context influenced the language use of men and women in Changes by Ama Atta Adio and Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda N. Adichie; 2. investigate the predominant gender language features employed by men in Changes by Ama Atta Adio and Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda N. Adichie; 3. examine the language features of women within their sub-cultural settings in Changes by Ama Atta Adio and Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda N. Adichie and 4. investigate the predominant mood types and speech acts implored by men and women in Changes by Ama Atta Adio and Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda N. Adichie. ABOVE 100 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

A LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED NIGERIAN APPELLATE COURT JUDGEMENTS

Authors: KALEJAIYE, ABIOLA SAKIRAT

In LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGES

By EMRI SOLUTION

The specific objectives are to: (1a) identify the variants of and frequency distribution of pragmatic markers exploited by the appellate judges in the judgements; (1b) identify the most preponderant pragmatic markers and discuss their functions as exploited by the appellate judges in signalling their intentions; (2) discover the extent to which the appellate judges, in up-holding or rejecting the lower court judgement, threaten or save the faces of the trial court judges. (3) determine the functions of the face saving acts and the face threatening acts exploited by the justices and other courtroom participants in the selected Appellate judgements, (4) ascertain the categories of lexical items employed in stance-taking and their significance. (5) investigate the kinds of speech acts exploited in the construction of the Appellate court judgements and state the most preponderant speech acts and (6) identify the functions of the identified speech acts. ABOVE  200 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5   

THE PORTRAYAL OF HOMOSEXUALITY IN SELECTED AFRICAN PROSE

Authors: THE PORTRAYAL OF HOMOSEXUALITY IN SELECTED AFRICAN PROSE

In FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE, LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGES

By JUDE OKUJAGU

The specific objectives are to: 1. find out the ways in which homosexual characters are portrayed in the selected African novels; 2. determine reasons for negative or positive portrayal of homosexual characters; 3. find out the attitudes of heterosexual and homosexual characters to one another in the selected texts; 4. examine how the characters become homosexuals, that is, is it biological, cultivated or circumstantial and 5. investigate issues of homophobia in the selected texts. ABOVE 70 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5