LWATI- A Journal of Contemporary Research Vol 11 No2

LWATI- A Journal of Contemporary Research Vol 11 No 2 June 2014

This Journal Publishes New Research from every aspect of humanities and social sciences. it is published biannually in June and December by LWATI Swaziland. LWATI as the name implies, is a SISwati word for ”Knowledge” and is the national language of Swaziland

Manuscripts in all humanities and social sciences, will be considered for publication.

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Actuarial and Business science

Socio-economic Causes and Panacea to Youth Restiveness in Rivers State, Nigeria - Nlerum, F.E, and Aligbe, E.I.

Education

An Appraisal of Equal Educational Opportunities and its Implications for Peace and Development in Nigeria - Joseph Maina Musa

Can (Or Should) RP Serve as the Model for the Teaching of English Pronunciation in Cameroon? - Paul Mbufong

Politics and Development

Corruption and Economic Development in Nigeria: A Theoretical Review - Anga A. Rosemary and Gomwalk O. Bonmwa

Language of Corruption and Anti-corruption in Nigeria - Bassey Ekpenyong and Victor Bassey

Religion and Culture

Authenticating Performance With Oral Forms: The Case of Uko Akpan Cultural Troupe - Rebecca O. Usoro and Monica S. Udoette

Jews Have no Dealings With Samaritans: A Study of Relations Between Jews and Samaritans at the Time of Jesus Christ - Christopher Naseri-Mutiti Naseri

Kant and Heidegger on Environmental Ethics: A Comparative Study - Peter Alawa

LITERATURE, LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTICS

A Feminist Reading of a Regional Novel: Zora Neale Hurston’s Jonah’s Gourd Vine - Monique O. Ekpong

Tug of Voice: Author Versus Narrator in Okri’s The Famished Road - I. Chima Igbokwe and Amara E. Chukwudi-Ofoedu

Language Documentation and Sociolinguistics - Godwin C. S. Iwuchukwu

Politeness Principle as a Pragma-Stylistic Device in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus - Ahidjo U. Embugushiki

A Feminist Reading of a Regional Novel: Zora Neale Hurston’s Jonah’s Gourd Vine - Monique O. Ekpong

Exploitation of the Urban African Novel for Women’s Liberation in Ama Ata Aidoo’s Changes: A Love Story - Monique O. Ekpong

Landmarks of Poetic Renaissance in the Works of Selected African Poets - Nesther Nachafiya A. Alu

Theater

Calabar Humaphors: An Analysis of Selected Jokes in Nigerian Stand Up Comedy - Juliet Nkane Ekpang and Victor Bassey