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Odebunmi, Akin

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ISBN 10: 9788406149 ISBN 13: 9789788406143

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About this Item: CBAAC, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. PRINT ON DEMAND Book; New; Publication Year 2016; Not Signed; Fast Shipping from the UK. No. book. Seller Inventory # ria9789788406143_lsuk

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Akin Odebunmi (Editor), Arua E. Arua (Editor), Silal Arimi (Editor)

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Akande, Akinmade / Odebunmi, Akin

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About this Item: Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing | dissertation | The Sociology of English in Nigeria, which contains twelve chapters written by linguists of note both in Nigeria and overseas, traverses the Nigerian socio-cultural experience with English at several levels and in different aspects of the people s lives. It explores the nature of the use of English in Nigeria, the co-existence of English with other Nigerian languages and the sociolinguistic impact of the language in several communicative contexts in the country. . One major strength of this book is that it directs attention to various fertile areas of research in the sociology of English in Nigeria. This is particularly important for it invites scholars to look in these directions in their work instead of rehashing the same tiring arguments about what English is doing in Nigeria. I very strongly recommend this book, especially to those who look for something new and interesting in the study of English in Nigeria. Obododimma Oha, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 486 gr | 356 pp. Seller Inventory # K9783845432694

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Sola Babatunde, Akin Odebunmi, Akin Adetunji, Mahfouz Adedimeji (eds.)

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ISBN 10: 3929075717 ISBN 13: 9783929075717

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2010. Softcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. Studies in Slang and Slogans, with contributions from Nigeria, America, France, Poland and Indonesia, addresses the nature, form and function of the slangy items and slogans engaged in politics, computer-mediated communication, sports, the military, students’ informal interactions, transportation, advertising and general human interactions. The book centrally examines how human social-political experiences and encounters with digital technology constrain the choice of slang and slogans favoured in the focused domains, the varieties of these slang and slogans, and the impact of these on human socio-cognitive processes in society. Studies in Slang and Slogans, therefore, should be of great interest to general readers, scholars from diverse areas of academic concerns, politicians, internet users, students, government officials and advertisers. CONTENTS Acknowledgements Foreword Introduction Notes on Contributors Chapter One: Politics and American Slang Leonard R.N. Ashley Chapter Two: Axis of Evil: A Pragmatic Consideration Adam Bednarek Chapter Three: Slang, Sexual Organ and Metaphor in Nigerian English Akin Odebunmi Chapter Four: Indonesian Slang in Internet Chatting Howard Manns Chapter Five: Slang, Naming and Nigerian Supporters of English Premiership Akin Adetunji Chapter Six: Slang and the Nigerian Army Bola Shakirat Ijaiya Chapter Seven: Students’ Slang in the University of Ilorin Sola Babatunde & Ayotunde S. Folorunsho Chapter Eight: Students’ Slang on Internet Fraud ’Wale Oni & O.J. Oke Chapter Nine: Slang in Text Messaging Amongst Nigerian University Students Ononye Chuka & Romanus Aboh Chapter Ten: Slang Among Nigerian University Students: Forms and Types M.A. Aremu Chapter Eleven: Kegites’ Slang in a Nigerian University Adeniyi Osunbade & Adeolu Adeniji Chapter Twelve: Slogan and Anti-slogan Practices: A Confrontation on Public Space and Advertising in Parisian Subway Kenza Cherkaoui Messin & Natalia La Valle Chapter Thirteen: Sociological and Historical Contexts of Number Plate Sloganeering in Nigeria Mahfouz Adedimeji Chapter Fourteen: The Politics and Pragmatics of Slogans on Nigerian Vehicle Number Plates S.A. Aladeyomi & K.K. Olaniyan Chapter Fifteen: Slogan and Sloganising in Nigerian Political and Religious Discourses M.A. Alo Chapter Sixteen: Language and Style in Political Slogans Ayo Osisanwo Chapter Seventeen: A Pragmatic Analysis of Political Slogans: A Case of Governor Gbenga Daniel of Ogun state, Nigeria Toyin Makinde & Sola Odeneye Chapter Eighteen: Political Slogans in Chinua Achebe’s A Man of the People Amaka Ezeife & Ebuka Igwebuike ISBN 9783929075717. LINCOM Studies in Pragmatics 18. 200pp. 2010. Seller Inventory # B-9783929075717

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Odebunmi, Akin; Adetunji, Akin; Taiwo, Rotimi

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2007. Softcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. This book explores the use of language and other discourse-related segments of the print and electronic media in Africa, South America, North America and Asia. The fifteen chapters of the book examine discursive strategies in media interviews, ideology and power relations in headlines, values and truth in international news, explicatures and implicatures in editorials, representation of people in the news, the pragmatics of newspaper headlines, the religion contents of newspapers, the portrayal of women in news reports, phonological features of newscasts, the use of humour in media discourse, speech acting in cigarette advertising, media arts and techniques of writing advanced and specialized news and the representation of public opinions in newspaper reports. The internationality of the scope of the book and the impressive depth of the treatment of the topics easily recommend it to general readers and scholars all over the world who are interested in media discourse. Contents: Constructing Identity and Alterity in TV Autobiographical Interviews: Analysis of Argentinean Popular Artists’ Discursive Strategies - Maria Palmira Massi (Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Patagonia, Argentina). Language, Ideology and Power Relations in Nigerian Newspaper Headlines - Rotimi Taiwo (Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Nigeria). Values and Truth in the International New: A Case Study - Françoise Nunn (Kochi University, Japan). Explicatures and Implicatures in Magazine Editorials: The Case of the Nigerian TELL - Akin Odebunmi (University of Ibadan, Nigeria). Representation of People in the News in the Nigerian Print Media - Moses Alo (University of Ibadan, Nigeria). Pragmatic Functions of Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria - Olatunde Ayodabo Ajayi (Crowther University, Oyo, Nigeria). The Religious Essence of Indigenous Press in Nigeria - Abiodun Salawu (University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria). Playing Unfair: The Synergy of Culture and Sexism in Nigerian News Discourse - Kate Azuka Omenugha (University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, United Kingdom) - Errors of Segmental Phonemes in the Spoken English of Nigerian Television Newscasters - S. A. Aladeyomi (Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria) - Meaning Death Mediation: A Pragmatic Study of Obituaries in Nigerian Newspapers - Akin Adetunji (Oyo State College of Education, Oyo, Nigeria) - Discourse Features of the Language of Nigerian News Magazines - Innocent Chiluwa (Covenant University, Otta, Ogun State, Nigeria) - Humor in Media Discourse - Alleen Pace Nilsen and Don L. F. Nilsen (Arizona State University, Tempe, USA) - A Speech Act Analysis of Cigarette Advertising in the Nigerian Media - Mafhouz Adedimeji (University of Ilorin, Nigeria) - Media Arts and Techniques of Writing Advanced and Specialised News in Nigerian Weekly Magazines - Godwin Eliareklian Oboh (Ben Idahosa University, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria) - The Mass Media and Public Opinion: A Content Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of Alamieyeseigha’s Bail Jump Saga - Oni Olawale & Oluseye Abiodun B. (Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria; Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, Ogun State, Nigeria). ISBN 9783895864759. LINCOM Studies in Communication 02. 345pp. 2007. 170mm x 240mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783895864759

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Babajide, Adeyemi; Odebunmi, Akin

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2007. Softcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. The book, which contains twelve well-developed chapters, explores different aspects of style in the contexts of Christianity, Islam and traditional religion in Nigeria with insights from such disciplines as linguistics, literature and music. The goal is to facilitate access to the meaning intended in the communication and reveal the stylistic distinctiveness of this communication as projected through such media as advertisements, sermons, scriptural language, the internet, home videos, music, orature and poetry. The various chapters examine the forms and functions of the expressions and other communicative tools (such as musical instruments, non-verbal cues, etc) engaged by the religious communicators to describe and exemplify their messages; situate, clarify and magnify their points; and assure, reassure, challenge and satirise their audience.This approach promises better appreciation and interpretation of religious discourses in Nigeria and the world as a whole. Contents: The Stylistics of Religious Electronic Media Advertisements in Nigeria AKIN ODEBUNMI - A Stylistic Study of Muslim Sermons in Southwestern Nigeria K.K OLANIYAN & A.G. OYEKOLA - A Speech Act Analysis of Christian Religious Speeches SOLA BABATUNDE - Tenor in Electronic Media Christian Discourse in Nigeria ROTIMI TAIWO - Thematic Structures in Isaiah 49 KAYODE OGUNLEYE & SADE OLAGUNJU - Phonological Features of Electronic Media Christian Sermons S.A. ALADEYOMI - Structural and Syntactic Differences in Selected Verses of Three Versions of the Holy Bible E.T. BABALOLA - The Poetics of Songs: An Analytical Stylistic Study of Solomon’s The Song of Solomon and p. Bitek’s Song of Lawino ADEYEMI O. BABAJIDE - The Praise ‘n’ Worship Musical Style of the Contemporary Nigerian Avant Garde (Charismatic) Christian Church FEMI ADEDEJI - Style in Christian Home Videos in Nigeria AKIN ADETUNJI. ISBN 9783895864964. LINCOM Studies in Communication 01. 284pp. 2007. 170mm x 240mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783895864964

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Akinmade Akande, Akin Odebunmi

Published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2011)

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Ayo Ogunsiji, Ayo Kehinde & Akin Odebunmi (eds.)

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ISBN 10: 3895864587 ISBN 13: 9783895864582

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2011. Softcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Neu. 1. Auflage. Language, Literature and Discourse explores linguistic and literary discourses which constitute the research foci of Professor Lekan Oyeleye, former Dean of Arts and former Head, Department of English, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. With relevant data, the authors, who are experienced scholars from African tertiary institutions and who have impacted positively on the pedagogical and research terrains in Africa, carry out in-depth analyses of language use in natural and mediated genres from syntactic, lexico-semantic, discourse, stylistic, pragmatic, applied linguistic and literary perspectives. The chapters coherently present the nexus of language and discourse as a veritable site for the interrogation of issues and factors that have bearings on effective human interactions and transactions. The text is an invaluable resource material for teachers of English as a second language and some other languages, at the tertiary level, and researchers in language and literature all over the world. Section A: Language Demystifying the Native-Speaker Myth in the New Englishes Eric A. Anchimbe - The Power of Language Ayo Ogunsiji - Noun Phrase Modification in Nigerian in Newspapers E.O. Ogungbe - The Style and Power of Nigerian Women in the Nigerian Newspapers I. Omolara Daniel - A Lexico-Semantic Study of Names of Characters in Wole Soyinka’s King Baabu Idowu Odebode - Cushioned Loanwords, Proverbs and Nigerian Pidgin as Rhetorical Devices in Achebes’s Fiction Macauly Mowarin - Language and Style in Okot P’bitek’s ‘Song of Ocol’ S.A. Salman - English Modality as a Rhetorical Tool in Nigerian Political Manifestoes M.A Alo - Language and Persuasion in GSM Advertising in Nigerian Newspapers I.E. Olaosun - Style in Select Advertising Slogans Ayo Osisanwo - Use of Slang among Touts in Some Motor Parks in South Western Nigeria - J.O. Ojo Section B: Discourse Address Terms in Social Discourse: The Case of a University Community in Ghana Joseph Afull - A Discourse Study of Ideological Perspectives of Naming among Christian Charismatic Movements in Nigeria Innocent Chiluwa - Discourse Acts in Police - Accused Interrogation in Selected Police Stations in Ondo State, Nigeria. - O.R. Farinde - The Pragmatics of Spousal Communication: The Case of Vanguard’s Mr. and Mrs, Cartoon Series - H.O.F. Akindele & A.B. Sunday - A Pragmatic Analysis of David Diop’s Poem ‘‘Africa’’ A.Lekan Dairo & J.O. Akinbode - Face Threats in Conversational Interactions in Orthodox and Traditional Medicines among the Yoruba in Southwestern Nigeria. Wale Adegbite & Akin Odebunmi Section C: Applied Linguistics Perspectives on the Principles of Second Language Learning and Teaching Bolanle Akeredolu-Ale - From Illiteracy to Literacy or Vice Versa – A Linguistic Analysis of the Construction of Reality in an Essay on Stylistics Adeyemi Daramola - The Inevitability of Language Interlarding among Bilinguals Yemi Ogunsiji - Democracy, National Development and Globalization: The Roles of Different Tongues in a Bilingual/ Multilingual Country A.A. Asiyanbola - Yoruba – English Code-Switching in Ayinla Omowura’s Apala Music Tajudeen Yaqub Surakat Section D: Literature Weaving Socio-Political Commentaries through the Novelistic Tradition: Naguib Mahfouz and the Postcolonial Egyptian Condition James Tar Tsaaior - Colonialism and Decolonization in Owolabi’s ÕTÊ NÌBÒ: A Discourse in New Historicism Lere Adeyemi Alienation and Revolutionary Vision in East African Post-colonial Dramatic Literature N.O. Fashina - Reconstructing Social and Cultural Reality: Proverbs and Postproverbials in Selected Nigerian Literary Works O.B. Jegede - History and Myth as Rhetorical Strategies in Ben Okri’s Novels Ikenna Kamalu - House on Fire: A Literary Assessment of the Disintegration of the Family Unit Y.O.O. Akorede - The Theme of Marriage Betrayal in the Igbo Novel Herbert Igboanusi & Joy Nkeiruka Okeke . ISBN 9783895864582. Linguistics Edition 77. 560pp. 2010. 148mm x 210mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783895864582

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Akinmade Akande, Akin Odebunmi

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The Sociology of English in Nigeria, which contains twelve chapters written by linguists of note both in Nigeria and overseas, traverses the Nigerian socio-cultural experience with English at several levels and in different aspects of the people s lives. It explores the nature of the use of English in Nigeria, the co-existence of English with other Nigerian languages and the sociolinguistic impact of the language in several communicative contexts in the country. . One major strength of this book is that it directs attention to various fertile areas of research in the sociology of English in Nigeria. This is particularly important for it invites scholars to look in these directions in their work instead of rehashing the same tiring arguments about what English is doing in Nigeria. I very strongly recommend this book, especially to those who look for something new and interesting in the study of English in Nigeria. Obododimma Oha, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Seller Inventory # KNV9783845432694

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Published by IGI Global (2016)

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Akin Odebunmi & Adeyemi O. Babajide (eds

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