Igbo Scholars Journal

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Igbo Scholars Journal

THE CONCEPT OF VITAL FORCE: A HERMENEUTIC OF

IGBO SOCIO-CULTURAL BEING

Emmanuel Onyedika Okoro                                                                   1-12

 

PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH INFORMATION AND

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN LANGUAGE EDUCATION

Akinlabi, .A. Williams                                                                                               13-21

 

COMMUNICATING BUREAUCRATIC DECISIONS IN PLAIN LANGUAGE:

NIGERIAN BUREAUCRACY PERSPECTIVE

Atowa, Chinwe Nkeiru                                                                        22-34

 

ASPECTS OF AWKA CULTURE AND THE INFLUENCE OF

WESTERNISM ON THEIR GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT      35-50

 

THE PLACE OF LANGUAGE IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF CIVIC

EDUCATION FOR POLITICAL STABILITY AND SUSTAINABLE DEMOCRACY                                                                                   51-61

 

ABILINGUAL OF BANKING AND FINANCE TERMS

Enweonye, Chinedum Innocent                                                             62-69

 

PLURALISATION IN THE IGBO LANGUAGE

Nwokeiwu, Chima & Ilechukwu, Daniel                                               70-79

 

INFLECTION IN THE IMILIKE DIALECT OF IGBO

Nweya, Gerald Okechukwu                                                                 80-99

 

IGBO VP IN X-BAR SYNTAX

Thecla Ngozi Udemmadu & Bridget Ifeoma Okpalike                       100-115

 

THE INTERACTIONS OF CULTURE, LANGUAGE AND COGNITION

Onukwube A. A. Anedo                                                                  116-137

 

TAI MIGRATION IN SOUTHEAST ASIA AND ITS PLAUSIBLE

CONNECTION WITH AUSTIC LANGUAGES

Anand Salam & Onukwube A. A. Anedo                                         138-150

 

THE RIGHTS OF MAN IN IGBO SOCIETY:

(A PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTION)

Ikechukwu- Ogugua (Ph.D) & Oduah, Ifunanya C.                           151-171

 

FOLKTALE AND CULTURAL INDICES IN IGBO ORAL LITERATURE

Dr. Mbanefo S. Ogene                                                                     172-180

 

GENDER-SENSITIVITY IN IGBO CULTURE: A LANGUAGE

REAPPRAISAL

Ihezuonu, Goodnews Chinasa                                                           181-193

 

EVALUATING THE RELEVANCE OF THE MOTHER-TONGUE IN

TEACHING AND LEARNING THE ENGLISH AS A SECOND

LANGUAGE IN THE PRE-PRIMARY EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

Donatus C. Nwabunze                                                                     194-209

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