Community and Social Interaction in Digital Religious Discourse in Nigeria, Ghana and Cameroon
Published at Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture (JRMDC), (Durham University, UK) Vol. 2, Issue 1,
Published in 2013
Chiluwa Innocent E. » Innocent Chiluwa is Professor of English Linguistics (Discourse Analysis) and Media/Digital Communications in the Department of Languages & General Studies, Covenant University, Ota (Nigeria). He is currently the Head of Department and former Dean, College of Leadership and Development Studies. Prof. Chiluwa is a Research Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH) (Bonn), and a... view full profile
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