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Linguistics and the Glocalisation of African languages for sustanaible development : A Festschrift in honor of Pr Kola Owolabi

de Adegbite, Wale (Ed.) ; Odungsiji, Ayo (Ed.) ; Táíwò, Oyè (Ed.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XX-575 p.) : ill., graph. ; 25 cm.Édition: Ibadan : Universal Akada Book Nigeria Lted, Centre for Yoruba Language Engineering (Ceyoleng), 2013.ISBN: 978-2895-10-5.Contenu: Contributors (p.VIII-XV) -- Foreword (p.XVI) -- Acknowledgements (p.XVII) -- Tribute (p.XVIII-XX) -- Introduction and Overview / Wale Adegbite, Ayo Ogunsiji and Oye Taiwo (p.1-14) -- Section One: Language Policy and Planning -- Language-in-education Policy and Practice in Ghana / Herbert Igboanusi (p.16-33) -- Language: A Catalyst for National Development / Clement Odoje (p.34-44) -- Revisiting Language Policy in Nigeria / Abolaji S. Mustapha (p.45-57) -- African Languages vis-à-vis Foreign Languages in the Continent: Status, Forms and Functions / Lambert Babimba (p.58-73) -- 'Translanguaging' a Harbinger of Language and Cultural Loss in Africa? The Central Role of schools in the Transmission of Standard Forms of African languages / Michel Lafon (p.74-92) -- Global English as the Enricher of the World's Language Landscape and Motivator of World Linguicide: Nigeria as a Case Study / Sàláwù, Akeem Ségun (p.93-114) -- Harnessing the Multilingual Factors of Nigeria for Development: The Challenges and Strategies / Ogunwale, Joshua Abiodun (p.115-127) -- The Nexus of Yoruba and English in a Bilingual Society / Yemi Ogunsiji (p.128-137) -- Section Two: Language Engineering (Development) Actions -- Development of a Machine Translation (MT) System for Simple Yorùbà Sentences / Àbáyomí Olúsolá Agbéyangi (p.139-147) -- Indigenous Calendar System for Time and Date Reckoning: Computational Analysis and Software Development / Eludiora, S.I, Agboola, A.F., Odejobi, 0.A., and Abiijo T.V. (p.148-160) -- Enhancing the Term Generating Power of the Information Processing Model (IPM) of Term Creation / Komolafe Olusanya Ezekiel (p.161-171) -- IFE-DICO: A Multilingual Dictionary for the Three Major Nigerian Languages / Akinade Olugbenga Olawale, Odejobi Odetunde Ajadi, Adedayo Tolulope, Oluokun Adedayo, Olayemi Olalekan and Mbakwe Caleb (p.172-181) -- Igala Numeral System: A Proposal for Modifications / Salem Ochala Ejeba (p.181-197) -- Section Three: Language Practices -- Diglossia with Multilingualism? Language Choice in Port Harcourt City / Nlem, Alwell Okechukwu and Anurudu, Stephen Madu (p.198-211) -- Diglossia and Languages in Competition in Adekunle Fajuyi Military Cantonement, Ojoo, Ibadan / Omotosho Moses Melefa, Adedayo John Adeosun and Biodun Olubunmi Adisa (p.212-225) -- Age Factor in the Speech of the Akpo Speakers of Ikwere / Roseline Ihuoma C. Alerechi and Maxwell Gorge (p.226-236) -- Claim and Refutation: Conversations in a Context of Linguistic and Medical Pluralism / Fúnmi O. Olúbodé-Sàwè (p.237-257) -- Language, Localization and the (Re)construction of Identities in Nigerian Hip-hop Lyrics / Akinmade T. Akande and lyabode D. Akande (p.258-271) -- The Aesthetics of Local Violence in Contemporary Yorùbá Home Video Films: its Emergence, Types and Consequences / Lérè Adéyemi (p.272-282) -- Language Use in Christian Religious Practices in Nigeria / S. A. Dada and Dare Owolabi (p.283-296) -- Errors in Foreign Language Classroom: Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) as Assessment Tool / Olúsegun Sóètán (p.297-309) -- Section Four: Language Structure -- Feature Checking in Yorùbá-English Code-Switching / Lamidi , MT. (p.311-330) -- Tense and Aspect in Tiv / Oyè Táíwo and Michael Terhemen Angitso (p.331-350) -- Revisiting Lexical Categorization in Hausa / A.H. Amfani (p.351-367) -- Word Categorization in African Languages: The Case of Ideophones in Swahili / Amani Lusekelo (p.369-389) -- A Morphosyntactic Analysis of Irreversible Binomials in Hausa / Abubakar Muhammad (p.390-406) -- The Covert Form of the Third-Person Singular Pronoun in Ilàje-Yorùbá: A pro-drop Proposal / Japhet Akintoye Samson (p.407-425) -- A Syntactic Analysis of Oghoju Ode Ninù Igbo Irunmolè / Olakolu Oluwatoyin (p.426-438) -- On Synonymy and the Lamnso' Verb `Dev' / Lendzemo Constantine Yuka (p.439-452) -- Plural Devices in Igala / Ilori J.F. (p.453-473) -- Hausa Reduplication in the System of Functional Domains / Hafizu Miko Yakasai (p.474-490) -- Syllabification in Hausa and Yoruba Languages in Optimality Theory / Ibrahim Awwal (p.491-498) -- Morphophonemics in the Theatre: An Optimality Theory Account / Ezekiel Tunde Bolaji (p.499-510) -- Comparative Analysis of the Numeral Systems of Igálà, Yorùbá, German and English / Gideon S. Omachonu (p.511-528) -- A Contrastive Analysis of Three Semantic Fields of English and Ugboko / Ibukun Filani (p.529-541) -- Section Five: Guest Paper -- Using African Languages for Sustainable Development: The Case of Yorùbá in Nigeria / Kola Owolabi (p.543-564) -- Appendix: Owolabi's Curriculum Vitae (p.565-575)Thématique: Grammaire | Linguistique et informatique | Sociolinguistique et ethnolinguistique | Linguistique, langues | Société, modes de vieThématique spécifique: Politique linguistique | Mondialisation | Développement durable | Pays en développement Géographique: Afrique Langue: African languages Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Nigéria
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Contributors (p.VIII-XV) --
Foreword (p.XVI) --
Acknowledgements (p.XVII) --
Tribute (p.XVIII-XX) --
Introduction and Overview / Wale Adegbite, Ayo Ogunsiji and Oye Taiwo (p.1-14) --
Section One: Language Policy and Planning -- Language-in-education Policy and Practice in Ghana / Herbert Igboanusi (p.16-33) --
Language: A Catalyst for National Development / Clement Odoje (p.34-44) --
Revisiting Language Policy in Nigeria / Abolaji S. Mustapha (p.45-57) --
African Languages vis-à-vis Foreign Languages in the Continent: Status, Forms and Functions / Lambert Babimba (p.58-73) --
'Translanguaging' a Harbinger of Language and Cultural Loss in Africa? The Central Role of schools in the Transmission of Standard Forms of African languages / Michel Lafon (p.74-92) --
Global English as the Enricher of the World's Language Landscape and Motivator of World Linguicide: Nigeria as a Case Study / Sàláwù, Akeem Ségun (p.93-114) --
Harnessing the Multilingual Factors of Nigeria for Development: The Challenges and Strategies / Ogunwale, Joshua Abiodun (p.115-127) --
The Nexus of Yoruba and English in a Bilingual Society / Yemi Ogunsiji (p.128-137) --
Section Two: Language Engineering (Development) Actions -- Development of a Machine Translation (MT) System for Simple Yorùbà Sentences / Àbáyomí Olúsolá Agbéyangi (p.139-147) --
Indigenous Calendar System for Time and Date Reckoning: Computational Analysis and Software Development / Eludiora, S.I, Agboola, A.F., Odejobi, 0.A., and Abiijo T.V. (p.148-160) --
Enhancing the Term Generating Power of the Information Processing Model (IPM) of Term Creation / Komolafe Olusanya Ezekiel (p.161-171) --
IFE-DICO: A Multilingual Dictionary for the Three Major Nigerian Languages / Akinade Olugbenga Olawale, Odejobi Odetunde Ajadi, Adedayo Tolulope, Oluokun Adedayo, Olayemi Olalekan and Mbakwe Caleb (p.172-181) --
Igala Numeral System: A Proposal for Modifications / Salem Ochala Ejeba (p.181-197) --
Section Three: Language Practices -- Diglossia with Multilingualism? Language Choice in Port Harcourt City / Nlem, Alwell Okechukwu and Anurudu, Stephen Madu (p.198-211) --
Diglossia and Languages in Competition in Adekunle Fajuyi Military Cantonement, Ojoo, Ibadan / Omotosho Moses Melefa, Adedayo John Adeosun and Biodun Olubunmi Adisa (p.212-225) --
Age Factor in the Speech of the Akpo Speakers of Ikwere / Roseline Ihuoma C. Alerechi and Maxwell Gorge (p.226-236) --
Claim and Refutation: Conversations in a Context of Linguistic and Medical Pluralism / Fúnmi O. Olúbodé-Sàwè (p.237-257) --
Language, Localization and the (Re)construction of Identities in Nigerian Hip-hop Lyrics / Akinmade T. Akande and lyabode D. Akande (p.258-271) --
The Aesthetics of Local Violence in Contemporary Yorùbá Home Video Films: its Emergence, Types and Consequences / Lérè Adéyemi (p.272-282) --
Language Use in Christian Religious Practices in Nigeria / S. A. Dada and Dare Owolabi (p.283-296) --
Errors in Foreign Language Classroom: Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) as Assessment Tool / Olúsegun Sóètán (p.297-309) --
Section Four: Language Structure -- Feature Checking in Yorùbá-English Code-Switching / Lamidi , MT. (p.311-330) --
Tense and Aspect in Tiv / Oyè Táíwo and Michael Terhemen Angitso (p.331-350) --
Revisiting Lexical Categorization in Hausa / A.H. Amfani (p.351-367) --
Word Categorization in African Languages: The Case of Ideophones in Swahili / Amani Lusekelo (p.369-389) --
A Morphosyntactic Analysis of Irreversible Binomials in Hausa / Abubakar Muhammad (p.390-406) --
The Covert Form of the Third-Person Singular Pronoun in Ilàje-Yorùbá: A pro-drop Proposal / Japhet Akintoye Samson (p.407-425) --
A Syntactic Analysis of Oghoju Ode Ninù Igbo Irunmolè / Olakolu Oluwatoyin (p.426-438) --
On Synonymy and the Lamnso' Verb `Dev' / Lendzemo Constantine Yuka (p.439-452) --
Plural Devices in Igala / Ilori J.F. (p.453-473) --
Hausa Reduplication in the System of Functional Domains / Hafizu Miko Yakasai (p.474-490) --
Syllabification in Hausa and Yoruba Languages in Optimality Theory / Ibrahim Awwal (p.491-498) --
Morphophonemics in the Theatre: An Optimality Theory Account / Ezekiel Tunde Bolaji (p.499-510) --
Comparative Analysis of the Numeral Systems of Igálà, Yorùbá, German and English / Gideon S. Omachonu (p.511-528) --
A Contrastive Analysis of Three Semantic Fields of English and Ugboko / Ibukun Filani (p.529-541) --
Section Five: Guest Paper -- Using African Languages for Sustainable Development: The Case of Yorùbá in Nigeria / Kola Owolabi (p.543-564) --
Appendix: Owolabi's Curriculum Vitae (p.565-575)

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