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The communicative and semiotic contexts of àrokò among the Yoruba symbol-communication systems1997 African languages and cultures 10 (2): 145-56
  • Philip Adédọ̀tun Ògúndèjí
Some place-names in Àkókó land: an etymological inquiry1997 African languages and cultures 10 (2): 157-80
  • B. Akíntúndé Oyètádé
Daura and gender in the creation of a Hausa national epic1997 African languages and cultures 10 (1): 1-28
  • Mary Wren Bivins
Intellectuals and ideological leadership in Ujamaa Tanzania1997 African languages and cultures 10 (2): 129-44
  • Jan Blommaert
The deictic particle DI-N in Hausa1997 African languages and cultures 10 (1): 29-45
  • Malami Buba
A structural analysis of Gädlä Täklä Hayamanot1997 African languages and cultures 10 (2): 181-98
  • Tesfaye Gebre Mariam
On the polyphonic nature of the gĩcaandĩ genre1997 African languages and cultures 10 (1): 47-62
  • Kimani Njogu
An analysis of the linguistic situation in Ghana1997 African languages and cultures 10 (1): 63-81
  • Samuel Gyasi Obeng
An appraoch to relationships between Somali metre types1997 African languages and cultures 10 (1): 83-100
  • Martin Orwin
The pragmatics of greeting, felicitation and condolence expressions in four Ethiopian languages1997 African languages and cultures 10 (2): 103-28
  • Baye Yimam
Figure and ground in the Hausa [grade 2] verb1996 African languages and cultures 9 (1): 1-25
  • Mahamane L. Abdoulaye
0954-416X
Language, gender and the law: divorce in the context of Muslim family law in Zanzibar1996 African languages and cultures 9 (1): 27-42
  • Irmi Hanak
0954-416X
Some aspects of women's voices from northern Nigeria1996 African languages and cultures 9 (2): 111-25
  • M. Hauwa Kassam
Boys to men: Afrikaans alternative popular music 1986-19901996 African languages and cultures 9 (2): 99-109
  • B. Jury
The use of indigenized forms of English in Ngũgĩ's Devil on the cross: a linguistic and sociolinguistic analysis1996 African languages and cultures 9 (1): 43-69
  • Luanga A. Kasanga
  • Mambo Kalume
0954-416X
Kimbo wa miti: an example of Swahili women's poetry1996 African languages and cultures 9 (1): 71-82
  • Joseph L. Mbele
0954-416X
Sathima Bea Benjamin, exile and the [southern touch] in jazz creation and performance1996 African languages and cultures 9 (2): 127-43
  • C. Muller
Representations of men and women, city and town in Kenyan novels of the 1970s and 1980s1996 African languages and cultures 9 (2): 145-68
  • N. Nelson
Constructions of Nigerian women in popular literatures by men1996 African languages and cultures 9 (2): 169-88
  • S. Newell
Gender ideology: portrayal of women in Yorúbà Íjálá1996 African languages and cultures 9 (1): 83-93
  • Bisi Ògúnṣina
0954-416X
Issues of time and place adverbs in Amharic1995 African languages and cultures 8 (2): 123-36
  • Getahun Amare
Case in Basketo1995 African languages and cultures 8 (1): 1-17
  • Azeb Amha
On the reduction of vowel systems in Volta-Congo1995 African languages and cultures 8 (2): 109-21
  • Roderic F. Casali
Aspects of Angolan literature: Luandino Vieira and Agostinho Neto1995 African languages and cultures 8 (1): 19-42
  • Patrick Chabal
The construction and deconstruction of national identities through language in the narratives of Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o's A grain of wheat and Joseph Conrad's Under Western eyes1995 African languages and cultures 8 (2): 137-51
  • Alissa Hamilton
Haalpulaar identity as a response to Wolofization1995 African languages and cultures 8 (2): 153-68
  • Fiona McLaughlin
Bilingual writers and the syntactic elaboration of Swahili1995 African languages and cultures 8 (1): 43-59
  • Joan Russell
  • R Rajabu
The semantics of middle voice in Somali1995 African languages and cultures 8 (1): 61-85
  • John I Saeed
Vugo: a virginity celebration ceremony among the Swahili of Mombasa1995 African languages and cultures 8 (1): 87-107
  • Farouk M Topan
African script and scripture: the history of the Kikakui (Mende) writing system for Bible translations1995 African languages and cultures 8 (2): 169-88
  • Konrad Tuchscherer
African language writing and writers: a case study of Jean-Joseph Rabearivelo and Ny Avana in Madagascar1994 African languages and cultures 7 (1): 1-18
  • M Adejunmobi
On the E e sex-related idiom : an interpretation of gender-sensitive speech in a rural setting1994 African languages and cultures 7 (2): 83-90
  • Kodjo JB Afokpa
Yoruba/English conversational code-switching as a conversational strategy1994 African languages and cultures 7 (2): 121-31
  • Ayoade A A Amuda
Justification for the survival of vowel coalescence as a phonological process in Yorùbá1994 African languages and cultures 7 (2): 133-42
  • Rémí Bámiṣilè
Refusal to eat and drink: a metaphor for 'safe sex' in Tsonga folktales1994 African languages and cultures 7 (1): 49-77
  • M C Bill
The basic colour terms of Ndebele1994 African languages and cultures 7 (1): 36-48
  • C Davies
  • G G Corbett
  • Ian Davies
Orality and the craft of modern Nigerian poetry: Osundare's Waiting laughters and Udechukwu's What the madman said1994 African languages and cultures 7 (2): 101-19
  • Ezenwa-Ohaeto
Nana Asma'u, her elegies and the possibility of 'insider alternatives'1994 African languages and cultures 7 (2): 91-9
  • Nikki Merritt
Changing patterns of language utilization in the Republic of Congo1994 African languages and cultures 7 (1): 19-35
  • D R Woods
Some features of language use in Yoruba traditional medicine1993 African languages and cultures 6 (1): 1-10
  • W Adegbite
Verbal roots and verbal inflection in Berta1993 African languages and cultures 6 (2): 97-119
  • T Andersen
Intercultural communication and African popular literature: on reading a Swahili pulp novel1993 African languages and cultures 6 (1): 21-36
  • J Blommaert
Of 'meaning' and 'significance'; the emic interpretation of a west African tale1993 African languages and cultures 6 (2): 121-32
  • A R Czekelius
Onomastics and the Igbo tradition of politics1993 African languages and cultures 6 (2): 133-46
  • A Ebeogu
An ethnographic analysis of Igbo greetings1993 African languages and cultures 6 (1): 37-48
  • O G Nwoye
The role of the Igede poet Micah Ichegbeh's "Adiyah" songs in the political and moral education of his local audiences1993 African languages and cultures 6 (1): 49-68
  • O S Ogede
"Jangamizi"; spirit and sculpture1993 African languages and cultures 6 (2): 147-60
  • E C Orchardson-Mazrui
The Yorùbá community in London1993 African languages and cultures 6 (1): 69-92
  • B A Oyetade
The preverbal particles of a southern Somali dialect1993 African languages and cultures 6 (2): 161-78
  • M Tosco
On the restricted spread of the honorific pronoun in Yoruba: a case study of O"ndó, O"wọ and O"yo dialects1992 African languages and cultures 5 (2): 101-11
  • M A Abiọdun
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