Metaphors of Power and Corruption in Media Discourse in Nigeria.
Published at Benson Idahosa University Discourse (BIUDISCOURSE) Benson Idahosa University, Nigeria) Vol. 2 No.1
Published in 2007
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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