Show all

MASTERS THESIS TOPICS AND MATERIALS IN EDUCATION ENGLISH LANGUAGE

MASTERS THESIS TOPICS AND MATERIALS IN EDUCATION ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

 

 

ATTENTION:

BEFORE YOU READ THE THESIS TOPICS BELOW, PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION BELOW.THANK YOU!

 

NOTE:

CHOOSE FROM THE LIST OF TOPICS BELOW. SEND YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS AND THE APPROVED THESIS TOPIC TO ANY OF THESE NUMBERS-08068231953, 08168759420

 

 

NOTE ALSO:

WE CAN ALSO DEVELOP THE FULL THESIS WORK

CALL: 08068231953, 08168759420

 

 

MASTERS THESIS TOPICS AND MATERIALS IN EDUCATION ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

 

  1. Plight of english students in language ambiguity
  2. Three (3) examples of expository essays
  3. Understanding the major types of letter writing
  4. 100 examples of common collective nouns
  5. An analysis of politeness strategies in gikuyu: a case of thika sub-county, kenya.
  6. Morphological structures and classification of neologisms in ngugi wa thiong’o’s murogi wa kagogo.
  7. In-group and out-group use of language among matatu crew; a case study of meru town
  8. Strategies used in teaching oral skills in the english language and their effect on pupils’ performance in lower primary schools in kakamega county, kenya
  9. A thematic and stylistic analysis of christianised traditional anlo songs: a case study of st. Mary’s roman catholic church, hatorgodo.
  10. An analysis of flight announcers’ language at the murtala muhammed airport, lagos
  11. The natural environment in the selected poems of john keats and niyi osundare: an eco-critical perspective
  12. Cohesion in the written english texts of hearing impaired learners in selected high schools for the deaf in kenya
  13. The novelist as historian: exploring the social commentary, activism and politicality of post-colonial african literature
  14. “comparative analysis of colonial resistance in sembène ousmane’s god’s bits of wood and ngugi wa thiong’o’s weep not, child”
  15. Motivations for code switching among fulfulde speakers within yola south local government area, adamawa state
  16. A contrastive analysis of the sentence structure of english and igarra languages
  17. Incorrect punctuation, as a cause of ambiguity andmisunderstanding in written communcation.
  18. Ayi kwei armah’s narrative grammar- a study of his first three novels
  19. This thesis is submitted to the university of ghana, legon in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of master of philosophy degree in english
  20. Representing islam in ahmadou kouroumas allah is not obliged and mohammed naseehu alis the prophet of zongo street
  21. Agency and processes in religious discourse: a transitivity analysis of the sermon on the mount
  22. Using environmental prints to teach reading at the basic school
  23. Progressive aspect in ghanaian and british english
  24. Sms and the electronic media: a discourse analysis of text messages on radio panel discussions in ghana
  25. Female masculinity in selected shakespearean and nigerian plays
  26. A stylistic analysis of some selected political speeches by john evans atta mills
  27. A comparative study of mood choice in sermons of two charismatic church preachers
  28. Generic moves in selected m.phil research proposals from a public university in ghana
  29. Ethical dilemma revisited: pbo newspapers and the professional elbowroom of the nigerian journalist
  30. The pragmatics of politeness in post office service in ibadan metropolis, nigeria
  31. Classical model of transformational generative grammar as a pedagogical aid in teaching non-native speakers of english
  32. Defining the ghanaian feminist novel: a study of ama ata aidoo’s our sister killjoy and changes and amma darko’s beyond the horizon and not without flowers
  33. Gendered power relations as expressed in selected ewe proverbs
  34. Linguo-literary reflections of feminism in the works of ifeoma okoye
  35. The influence of motivation and socio-cultural factors on students’ language competence
  36. Investigating the performance of students in colleges of education in the english language
  37. The study of concord errors in the writing of students of koforidua senior high technical school
  38. A linguistics analysis of television talk show a case study of nta kaduna
  39. The impact of pidgin english on students competence in nigeria university : case study of 300 level students of mell
  40. Semantic redundancy in students’ speeches: a case study of mathematics department, usmanu danfodiyo university sokoto.
  41. The manifestation of non standard usage of english among university students: the syntactic perspective
  42. Reduplication in nigerian english ( a case study of usmanu danfodiyo university, sokoto)
  43. The epistle as a medium of communication: an analysis of abubakar gimba’s letters to my children and mariama ba’s so long a letter.
  44. The role of nigerian pidgin english: a case study of army day secondary school, sokoto.
  45. Effects of pornography on viewers in fct
  46. Code-switching by kindergarten teachers in selected schools in the dormaa municipality.
  47. Tracing the evolution of the roles of female characters in selected works of chinua achebe
  48. Sentence types and proficiency levels in students’ essays: a case of achimota senior high school
  49. The influence of motivation and socio-cultural factors on students language competence
  50. Language, power and ideology: a critical discourse analysis of selected speeches of nana addo dankwa akufo-addo and john dramani mahama
  51. Articulations of womanism in adichie’s purple hibiscus and emecheta’s the joys of motherhood
  52. Code-switching among ga-english speakers: a grammatical analysis
  53. A linguistic analysis of scam mails
  54. A discourse analysis of selected pentecostal sermons in lagos, nigeria
  55. Investigating the low performance of students’ english in the basic education certificate examination in the sunyani municipality
  56. Defining the ghanaian feminist novel: a study of ama ata aidoo’s our sister killjoy and changes and amma darko’s beyond the horizon and not without flowers
  57. A comparative study of ngugi wa thiong’o’s weep not, child and dreams in a time of war
  58. Investigating the sources of errors in the writing of senior high school students
  59. A rhetorical analysis of political discourse: a comparative study of the use of metaphor in the speeches of nkrumah and rawlings
  60. The effects of using wattpad app in academic performances in english subject of selected grade 9 students in justice eliezer r. Delos santos national highschool (sy 2019-2020)
  61. Characterization in benjamin kwakye’s the other crucifix: an interpersonal metafunction approach
  62. The grammar of advertisement: a multimodal discourse analysis of charismatic church programme posters
  63. A comparative register analysis of editorials from ghanaian and british newspapers
  64. Using assessment results to improve english language teaching and learning
  65. Effects of reading fluency instruction on reading comprehension: a case study of koforidua senior high technical school
  66. Gendered narratives and the west african civil war novel: a study of aminatta forna’s the memory of love and chimamanda ngozi adichie’s half of a yellow sun
  67. The role of english as medium of instruction in lower primary schools
  68. Lexico-semantic nigerianism in nigerian newspapers: a case study of selected newspapers
  69. Language of persuasion: an examination of governor aliyu wamakko’s selected speeches
  70. A study of the verbal group in the student pidgin (sp) of the evangelical presbyterian church mawuko girls‟ shs, ho
  71. A return to the past: a study of contemporary ghanaian spoken word poetry
  72. Disillusionment and survival in african migration literature: a study of okey ndibe’s foreign gods, inc. And unoma azuah’s edible bones.
  73. Investigating the performance of students in colleges of education in the english language
  74. The narrative structure of john milton’s paradise lost
  75. Portrayal of poverty in selected namibian plays by hangula, molapong, thaniseb and philander
  76. A critical discourse analysis of the mission statements of selected state-owned entreprises in namibia
  77. A literary exploration of ethnocentric segregation and discrimination in bessie head’s maru and gasebalwe seretse’s the pursuit of xhai
  78. Discourse functions of rhetorical devices in selected roman catholic bishops’ pastoral letters in onitsha ecclesiastical province, nigeria
  79. Information structure in nigerian pidgin english print and electronic media advertisements
  80. A postcolonial ecofeminist comparative analysis of war fiction: the case of arundhati roy’s the god of small things and chimamanda ngozi adichie’s half of a yellow sun
  81. Exploring linguistic “creativity” on social media: a case of selected posts by namibians on facebook, twitter and whatsapp
  82. The portrayal of women in power and politics in chinua achebe’s a man of the people and anthills of the savannah
  83. A tale of two namibian political parties: a stylistic and rhetorical analysis of the 2014 election manifestos of swapo and dta
  84. An analysis of rhetoric and humour in dudley’s political cartoons published in 2012
  85. Transitivity and characterisation in chinua achebe’s things fall apart
  86. A stylistic analysis of english online advertisements by telecommunication providers: a case study of mtc and tn mobile
  87. Analysing the environment in verse: an ecocritical study of julia amukoshi’s tales of the rainbow: a collection of poetry in english and anneli nghikembua’s a true me in words: an anthology o
  88. An analysis of the way black african women function in cohabitative relationships as portrayed in ten selected african short stories
  89. The teaching of grammar through computer language games: a case study of the jhs 1 pupils of st. Augustine’s basic school
  90. Sexualisation of the feminine in perfume advertisements in vogue and her magazines from december 2017- december 2018: a semiotic and poststructural feminist approach
  91. An investigation of linguistic cross- pollination between english and silozi among silozi speakers at tertiary institutions in windhoek
  92. A stylistic analysis of diescho’s dictums
  93. Sexual discourse among students in selected tertiary institutions in lagos state, nigeria
  94. An analysis of code switching in the namibian parliament
  95. A critical exploration of political violence in selected literary works: a case of tagwiras the uncertainty of hope and owuors dust
  96. Humour strategies and acts in nigerian stand-up comedy
  97. Ideology and discourse strategies in selected radio news of osun state broadcasting corporation, nigeria
  98. Hyperfictional language in michael joyce’s afternoon, a story and megan heyward’s of day, of night
  99. Exploration of strategies used by english language teachers to enhance pupils’ english language learning in primary schools: a case of rorya district in mara region
  100. Linguistic tagging and ideology in selected english-medium nigerian and cameroonian newspaper reports on the bakassi peninsula border conflict
  101. Investigating the portrayal of social issues in namibian post-independence poetry written in english
  102. The eloquent woman: a contemporary feminine rhetorical analysis of selected speeches by chimamanda ngozi adichie.
  103. An analysis of linguistic features of male cosmetics advertisements from fhm (for him) and gq (gentlemen’s quarterly) magazines
  104. Notions of power in selected plays of wole soyinka and femi osofisan
  105. Myth as political statement in bassie heads fiction
  106. Exploring the nexus between the zimbabwean crisis, migration and identity in brian chikwava harare north (2009), daniel mandishona’s white gods black demons (2009) andnoviolet bulawayo’s we n
  107. An examination of hedging and boosting devices used in academic discourse: cases of 2014 and 2015 master of arts in english studies theses at the university of namibia
  108. Herstory, subjectivity and the public sphere in female narratives of the liberation struggle in namibia: the case of ndeshi namhila, lydia shaketange, libertine amathila, and tshiwa trudie am
  109. A comparative analysis of the depiction of women in sifiso nyathi’s god of women and william shakespeare’s othello
  110. Impact of corrective feedback on the writing of business communication students in selected tertiary institutions in ghana
  111. A study of language related factors impeding the english reading comprehension of namibian first year university students
  112. Exploring the literary representations of urban survival and coping strategies in selected contemporary zimbabwean fiction in english from 1999 to 2009
  113. Identity as ethical responsibility: a manifesto for social change in toni morrison’s fiction
  114. An investigation of the use of the english language in multilingual communication: a case study of doctors in the khomas region
  115. The role of drama in teaching english: towards the enhancement of students’ communicative skills at the university of namibia
  116. An analysis of shakespeare’s use of rhetoric in the kings’ speeches in king henry iv part ii and henry v
  117. The political rhetoric of bishop kleopas dumeni in the pre-independence era in namibia
  118. Literary representations of socio-political issues in the namibian society in philander’s the namibian stage chronicles and king of the dump and other plays
  119. Zimdancehall: a rising platform in addressing socio-political injustices through lyrics.
  120. The quest for fulfilment by black females in the united states: a reading of four novels by wright, ellison, baldwin and hughes
  121. A critical interrogation of the themes of politics and governance in the creative works of mlalazi and baya’s crocodile of zambezi (2008), matsa and baya’s super patriots and morons (2003), a
  122. Monsters or victims: an analysis of the african child soldier as depicted in chris abani’s song for night, emmanuel dongala’s johnny mad dog and ieweala uzodinma’s beasts of no nation.
  123. Investigating the effects of streaming the grade six pupils according to their ability at dumezweni primary school in khami district
  124. Portrait of feminism and social change in selected novels of african female writers
  125. Teachers’ understanding and experiences in the teaching of oral communication at ordinary level with reference to sadza cluster in chikomba district
  126. Masks and the question of identity: an examination of multiple identities in smith’s ginette (1980) ,charter’s crossing the boundary fence(1988), partridge’s to breathe and wait(1986).
  127. Image of the military in selected nigerian novels
  128. First ten years of zambian prose fiction in english 1964 to 1974-75
  129. Notions of power in selected plays of wole soyinka and femi osofisan
  130. Disorientation and the female experience in selected novels by african and african american women writers
  131. The influence of izon on the syntax and lexis of the english of izon-english bilinguals
  132. Tense and aspect in nigerian pidgin
  133. Social protest and literary imagination in selected nigerian novels
  134. Language, ideology and power relations in nigerian television talk shows
  135. A sociolinguistic investigation of anglicisms in personal and business names in the yorùbá speech community
  136. Linguistic forms and functions of rhetorical strategies in the sermons of selected pentecostal churches in lagos
  137. A critique of the postmodern episteme in selected contemporary nigerian novels
  138. Social consciousness, metaphysical contents and aesthetics in select anglophone african factions
  139. Style, lexical choices and media ideology in selected english-medium newspaper reports on niger delta conflicts, 1997 – 200
  140. Ibibio libation performances and worldview
  141. An analysis of graffiti as a communicative strategy in selected public boarding secondary schools in baringo central sub-county, kenya
  142. The development of the poetry of seamus heaney from death of a naturalist to north
  143. Vowel reduction in educated isoko english
  144. Form and style in the nigerian novel
  145. “female identity and the dynamics of culture in selected african women-authored novels”
  146. The use of cohesive devices in the writings of students of adamu augie college of education, argungu, nigeria: pedagogical implication
  147. Conceptualizing ndebele particularism in the context of the zimbabwean crisis
  148. The dialogic relationship between mass media and society: an assessment of triadic reciprocal determinism of zimbabwean mass media websites
  149. Feminism using buchi emecheta’s ‘the joys of motherhood’ and zaynab alikali’s ‘the still born’
  150. A stylistic analysis of a selected campaign speech of president goodluck jonathan
  151. A sociolinguistic analysis of proverbs in adimora- ezeigbo’ s trafficked
  152. A pragmatic analysis of selected cartoons in vanguard newspaper
  153. A lexico-syntactic analysis of errors in selected yoruba film subtitled in english
  154. A discourse analysis of jesus’ conversation with the samaritan woman
  155. Themes and imagery in selected romantic poems.
  156. The concept of feminism in buchi emecheta’s second class citizen and okoye ifeoma’s behind the clouds
  157. A linguistic stylistic analysis of the campaign speeches of two presidential candidates in the 2011 elections
  158. Impact of language laboratory for effective teaching and learning of oral english in junior secondary school (a case study of enugu north local government area
  159. African values traditional and modern in ama ata aidoo’s changes and asare konadu’s a woman in her prime
  160. Corruption and victimization in isidore okpewhotides and anthony abagha’s children of oloibiri
  161. Political corruption and symbolism in adichie chimamanda ngozi’s half of a yellow sun and okey ndibe’s arrows of rain
  162. Struggle and survival in a cowrie of hope by binwell sinyangwe and the cardinals by bessie head
  163. Stylistic analysis of chimamanda ngozi adichie’s half of a yellow sun
  164. The society and the girl child in the bluest eye by toni morrisonand kaine agarys yellow yellow
  165. Revolutionary aesthetics in ngugi and mugo’s the trial of dedan kimathi and hussein’s kinjeketile
  166. Racism and oppression in black american literature: an example of richard wright’s black boy
  167. Post–colonialism and literary aesthetics: a study of soyinka’s death and the king’s horseman and a dance of the forests
  168. Perspectives on colonialism: a study of alex la guma’s “a walk in the night” and r.k narayan’s “a horse and two goats”.
  169. Patriarchy and matriarchy as negative themes in selected works of flora nwapa’s efuru and ata ama aidoo’s anowa
  170. Gender ideology and social crises in ifeoma okoye’s behind the clouds and men without ears
  171. Gender discourse in the nigerian society: a case study of the female gender in tess onwuemes go tell it to women
  172. Feminist perspectives in ama ata aidoo’s changes and ifeoma okoye’s behind the clouds
  173. Feminist aesthetic in zaynab alkali’s the stillborn and the virtuous woman
  174. Feminism using buchi emecheta’s ‘the joys of motherhood’ and zaynab alikali’s ‘the still born’
  175. Critical discourse analysis of president barrack obama’s inauguration speech (january 20, 2009)
  176. Characters and journey in amos tutuola’s the palm wine drinkard and gabriel ajadi’s the forest of god annotated translation of d. O. Fagunwa’s igbo olodumare.
  177. Aesthetics of resistance in tanure ojaide’s the activist and helon habila’s waiting for an angel
  178. A systemic analysis of editorials in selected nigerian neswpapers
  179. A stylistic analysis of chimamanda ngozi adichie’s the thing around your neck
  180. Effects of nigerian r&b music on the use of english language in nigeria
  181. A sociolinguistic study of code-mixing and code-switching in nigerian institutions: a study of university of ilorin undergraduates’ conversations
  182. A pragmatic study of some selected political posters
  183. A pragmatic analysis of president goodluck jonathan’s inaugural speech, nigeria: our nation in mourning
  184. A lexico-sematic analysis of olu obafemi’s naira has no gender
  185. A discourse analysis of athol fugard’s sizwe bansi is dead
  186. A pragmatic analysis of political interviews in a selected daily newspaper. The punch
  187. A lexico-semantic analysis of selected speeches of is-haq oloyede
  188. The romantic philosophy in the poetry of william wordsworth and samuel taylor coleridge
  189. The political rhythm in the poetry of jack mapanje the chattering wagtail of mikuyu prison and of chameleons and gods: the south african experience
  190. The influence of english language on our nigerian indigenous languages: examples of borrowing from english into yoruba by unilorin undergraduates
  191. Symbols of decadence in ayi kwei armah’s the beautiful ones are not yet born
  192. Symbols and images as poetic techniques in south african poetry, the example of dennis brutus and oswald mbuyiseni mtshali
  193. Socio-political and economic alienation in helon habila’s waiting for an angel
  194. Rhetoric of power; power of rhetoric: discourse implication of mass media jingles on hiv/aids
  195. Sociolinguistic phenomenon of code switching in urhobo language
  196. Racism and aesthetics in alex la guma’s a walk in the night and peter abrahams’ mine boy
  197. A pragmatic analysis of nigerian proverbs in wole soyinka’s the lion and the jewel
  198. Class struggle a case study of festus iyayi’s violence and animata sow fall’s the beggars’ strike
  199. Class stratification, poverty and social injustice: a critical analysis of festus iyayi’sviolence and olu obafemi wheels
  200. A stylistic analysis of bank advertisements in nigerian newspapers
  201. A metaphysical analysis of amos tutuola’s the palmwine drinkard and d.o. Fagunwa’s the forest of god
  202. Lexico – semantic analysis of viewpoint column of punch newspaper
  203. Politics and aesthetics in selected plays of wole soyinka
  204. A pragmatic analysis of slang and catchy phrases used in some selected nigerian hip-hop songs
  205. Non-reception of english as second language in adults
  206. A discourse analysis of naira has no gender by olu obafemi
  207. Pragmatic features of nigerian english: a case study of selected poems of bayo adebowale
  208. A pragmatic study of newspaper comic strips: an example of “efe and jude”
  209. A semantic analysis of psalm 51
  210. Literary expression in post-apartheid south africa
  211. Cohesion in the essays of final year senior high school students in accra academy
  212. Language meets technology: word formation processes in computer mediated communication (cmc) in ghana
  213. Rhetorical analysis of anniversary speeches of heads of wesley girls’ high school and st. Augustine’s college in cape coast
  214. The subjects of motherhood and marriage in the autobiographies of maya angelou.
  215. Perceiving romanticism in ghanaian poetry: a case study of kofi awoonor’s rediscovery and other poems (1964)
  216. Ecological consciousness in african prose narratives for children
  217. Sexual rights advocacy in selected african fiction
  218. Phonological correlates of socio-economic background of english speech of secondary school students in oyo and ogun states, nigeria
  219. Social consciousness, metaphysical contents and aesthetics in select anglophone african factions
  220. Lexical and discursive construction of identity in selected twenty-first century nigerian novels
  221. Blogging as a space for rhetorical posturing on isreali-hezbollah war
  222. Elements of ghanaian english usage in the writings of selected ghanaian journalists
  223. Assessing the roles of the narrator in the verse novel: a look at pushkin’s eugene onegin
  224. Language, power and ideology: a critical discourse analysis of jerry john rawlings’ june 4 speeches
  225. Aspects of semantic change in ghanaian english
  226. Teaching reading comprehension in basic two: a case study of the university basic schools, legon
  227. Elicitation and response strategies in courtroom cross-examination: a critical discourse analysis
  228. Language and power in academic discourse: a critical discourse analysis of thesis defence in a ghanaian university
  229. Tense in academic discourse: a study of two disciplines
  230. Dialogic positioning in literature reviews of masters’ theses in a ghanaian university
  231. Echoes of emerson in walt whitman’s “song of myself”
  232. Discourse strategies and the evocation of solidarity in chimamanda ngozi adichie’s novels
  233. Rethinking the wound: a reading of trauma in james matthews’ poems from a prison cell and kofi awoonor’s the house by the sea
  234. Construction of female identity in the neo-slave narrative: a comparative study of toni morrison’s beloved and a mercy
  235. Armah’s two thousand seasons, osiris rising and kmt: in the house of life as a single pan-african epic story
  236. Code-switching in contemporary nigerian hip hop songs
  237. Ten early words of infants aged twelve to eighteen months in twi
  238. Analysis of narrtive distance in henry james’ the portrait of a lady
  239. A sociolinguistic analysis of lafa: a locally acquired foreign (american) english accent in ghana
  240. A pragmatic analaysis of negation in selected u.s and nigerian presidential speeches
  241. A linguistics analysis of television talk show: a case study of nigeria television authority (nta) kaduna
  242. A lexico-semantic study of the language of advertisement in pidgin english: a case study of radio nigeria pride fm, gusau, zamfara state
  243. A critical evaluation of two of the theories of language acquisition: (behaviourism and mentalism)
  244. A vision of self-redemption: a thematic study of resistance to slavery in the works of two contemporary ghanaian writers
  245. A survey of varieties of written english in nigeria
  246. Duration as a determining factor in educated edo english rhythm description
  247. Negofeminism in the works of selected anglophone and francophone women novelists
  248. Sociolinguistic dimensions of spousal communication in buchi emecheta’s second-class citizen and akachi adimoraezeigbo’s the last of the strong ones
  249. Crime and punishment in selected modern african novels
  250. Peer influence and students’ belief about the values of prose literature as predictors of students’ achievement in prose literature-in-english in ibadan metropolis
  251. Dislocation and strategies for belonging in selected short stories of nigerian migrant writers
  252. Rhetorical strategies in secondary news presentation by radio stations in oyo state, nigeria
  253. Contexts and functions of proverbs in selected plays of ola rotimi
  254. A sociophonetic investigation of standard british english connected speech processes in nigerian english
  255. Interaction structure and pragmatic features in the 2008 national quasi-judicial public hearing on the federal capital territory administration in nigeria
  256. Self and culture in nigerian migrant and travel ethno-autobiographical poetry in english
  257. A genre analysis of the introduction sections of sports news presentation on selected ghanaian television stations
  258. Discourse devices and communicative functions in doctorpatient verbal interactions in two federal teaching hospitals in nigeria
  259. The discourse of generational difference in selected novels of maya angelou and terry mcmillan
  260. Escapist discourse strategies in the linguistic and nonlinguistic expressions of sex and sexuality in nigerian hip-hop lyrics and videos
  261. A reprertoire of tropes: a study of fante-akan asafo song texts from the cape coast area of the central region of ghana
  262. Pragmatic acts in alms begging in lagos state, nigeria
  263. A literary analysis of the books of proverbs and ecclesiastes
  264. A study of grammatical errors made by some libyan students of english
  265. A genre analysis of news bulletins on selected ghanaian radio stations
  266. A comparative study of cohesion in english and ewe: a case study of some written texts
  267. The forms and functions of passive constructions in ghanaian newspaper editorials
  268. The rising horizon: a post-colonial reading of ayi kwei armah’s osiris rising and kmt: in the house of life
  269. A pragmatic investigation of language use in hiv/ aids social management advertisements in ogun state, nigeria
  270. Representation of crime and punishment in selected plays in nigeria
  271. Persuasive strategies in the language of insurance advertising in the print media in nigeria
  272. Memory, women and war: critical reflections on tadjo’s the shadow of imana; travels in the heart of rwanda and adichie’s half of a yellow sun
  273. A morphosyntactic investigation of functional categories in english and ịzọn
  274. Halals and harams of aesthetic performance as cultural early warning system: field notes
  275. The pragmatics of publishers’ intentions on the linguist list journal publication calls
  276. A study of concord in english among students of islamic senior high, wa and wa senior high school
  277. Pragmatic acts in selected culture-based plays of ahmed yerima
  278. Readability and academic communication: the case of the humanities research articles in university of cape coast
  279. Linguistic tagging and ideology in selected englishmedium nigerian and cameroonian newspaper reports on the bakassi peninsula border conflict

 

  1. The impact of age and gender on linguistic and politeness choices in sms messaging: a case of trainee teachers in ada college of education
  2. Prominence and rhythm of ghanaian english speech: a case study of parliamentary discourse
  3. A study of the elements of orality and performance in selected poems from niyi osundare’s the eye of the earth and songs of the marketplace
  4. Acceptability of lexico-grammatical features of ghanaian english
  5. An acoustic investigation of vowel quality and length in ghanaian english
  6. The nature of difficulties in learning english by the students at secondary school level in pakistan
  7. Factors affecting the learning of english at secondary school level in khyber pakhtunkhwa, pakistan
  8. Error analysis: learning articles and prepositions among secondary school students in pakistan
  9. Factors associated with mass failure of students in english language in senior secondary schools in ijebu north local government area, ogun state
  10. Textual construction of women in select nigerian pop music videos: acritical discourse approach
  11. Verbal and visual interface in select nigerian pop music
  12. Contextualization and meaning in public-sphere discourses of government ministers- citizen interactions in nigeria
  13. Language and ideology of political interactions in nigeria’s national good governance tour (nggt)
  14. Discourse strategies and public assessment of persuasion in government ministers-audience political interactions in nigeria
  15. A study into the effects of grammatical errors in secondary school student’s english essays (a case study of abuja municipal area council (amac) fct
  16. A study of preposition errors in the written english of senior secondary yoruba-english bilinguals in selected lagos schools
  17. A semantic study of university of uyo’s slang expressions
  18. The place of english language in nigeria.
  19. Sociolinguistics: code mixing and code switching
  20. English syntax: modal auxiliary ‘shall’
  21. Innovation in new english: nigerian english example
  22. Food consumption pattern and micro nutrient intake of mothers in ojo local government area of lagos state.
  23. A critical discourse analysis of propaganda in selected speeches of gloria stein
  24. The utilization of computer software in the teaching and learning of english language in selected secondary schoools in ibadan
  25. Discourse analysis elements terms
  26. Effects of mother tongue interference among yoruba students on spoken english in igbeti, oyo state.
  27. Effects of folktales as a satirical weapon for curbing social ills and inculcation of moral values: analysis of some selected jukun folktales
  28. Reggae as discourse: a study of the lyrics of bob marley’s liberation songs
  29. Decoder-generated miscommunication as a politeness strategy on 2go interactive messenger
  30. Themes and imagery in selected romantic poems
  31. A pragmatic analysis of slang and catchy phrases used in some selected nigerian hip-hop songs.
  32. Aspects of negation in koenoem language
  33. A stylistic analysis of a selected campaign speech of president goodluck jonathan
  34. A stylistic analysis of chimamanda ngozi adichie’s the thing around your neck
  35. Aesthetics of resistance in tanure ojaide’s the activist and helon habila’s waiting for an angel
  36. Africanism: theme, and technique in amos tutuola’s the palmwine drinkard
  37. Conflict between traditional and western culture: a case study of soyinka’s death and the king’s horseman and the lion and the jewel
  38. Effects of nigerian r&b music on the use of english language in nigeria
  39. Feministic issues of contextual analysis in ama aidoo's changes & sefi atta's everything good will come
  40. Gender discourse in the nigerian society: a case study of the female gender in tess onwuemes go tell it to women
  41. Gender ideology and social crises in ifeoma okoye’s behind the clouds and men without ears
  42. Images of social vices in contemporary nigerian poetry: a study of denja abdullahi’s mairogo and jide balogun’s the desert in the river
  43. Language in feminist literature (a study of mariama ba's so long a letter)
  44. Language use and style, as a depiction of african literature: an example of wole soyinka’s death and the king’s horseman.
  45. Lexico – semantic analysis of viewpoint column of punch newspaper
  46. Perspectives on colonialism: a study of alex la guma’s “a walk in the night” and r.k narayan’s “a horse and two goats”.
  47. Predominant stylist used by ngugi wa thiong'o in wizard of the crow
  48. Racism and oppression in black american literature: an example of richard wright’s black boy
  49. Satire and social mediation in wole soyinka’s: a case study of the trials of brother jero and a play of giants
  50. Study of political & psychological disorder using tanure ojaide's the activist & okey ndibe's arrow of rain
  51. Symbols and images as poetic techniques in south african poetry, the example of dennis brutus and oswald mbuyiseni mtshali
  52. The experience of africans in diaspora using teju
  53. The language of christian religion: a comparative study of roman catholic church and some selected pentecostal denominations
  54. The osun osogbo festival: its functions and aesthetics
  55. The sociological indices of african drama: a study of wole soyinka’s the beatification of area boy: a lagosian kaleidoscopeand olu obafemi’s scapegoats and sacred cows
  56. Themes and imagery in selected romantic poems
  57. A stylistic study of syntax and trope in adichie’s purple hibiscus
  58. The proper use and management of instructional materials for english language teaching
  59. The proper use and management of instructional materials for english language teaching in some selected secondary schools in udi local government area of enugu state.
  60. Impact of language laboratory for effective teaching and learning of oral english