An analysis of Nigerian English in online newpaper comments
The Internet and online computers have reshaped the way people communicate in modern times. Yet, variations in language use still characterize this level of sophistication. This study, thus, investigates the presence of Nigerian English, as a sociolinguistic marker, in an online national newspaper comments on three news stories covering politics, science and technology and religion. It examines...
Published in 2015
4. Uba, E., Ajiboye, E. & Chimuanya, L.
Uba Emmanuel » UBA Emmanuel holds B.A. (English) from Bayero University, Kano, M.A. and PhD (English) from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria. He lectures phonetics and phonology; Morphology; Nigerian English; and Basic Writing Skills in Covenant University Ota. His research interests include: Applied phonology, Second Language Teaching and Learning; and Reading. He speaks Igbo, Hausa,... view full profile
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