Professor Akin Odebunmi
Professor Akin Odebunmi
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TitleCited byYear
Using focus groups in research
L Litosseliti
A&C Black, 2003
Gender and language theory and practice
L Litosseliti
Routledge, 2014
Research methods in linguistics
L Litosseliti
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018
Gender identity and discourse analysis
L Litosseliti, J Sunderland
John Benjamins Publishing, 2002
The sociology and politics of English in Nigeria: an introduction
F Akindele, W Adegbite
Debiyi-Iwa Publishers, 1992
Gender identity and discourse analysis: Theoretical and empirical considerations
J Sunderland, L Litosseliti
Gender identity and discourse analysis, 1-39, 2002
Language, Ideology and Power Relations in Nigerian Newspaper Headlines.
R Taiwo
Nebula 4 (1), 2007
Gender and language research methodologies.
K Harrington, L Litosseliti, H Sauntson, J Sunderland
Palgrave macmillan, 2008
Social media networks and the discourse of resistance: A sociolinguistic CDA of Biafra online discourses
I Chiluwa
Discourse & Society 23 (3), 217-244, 2012
‘War against our Children’: Stance and evaluation in #BringBackOurGirls campaign discourse on Twitter and Facebook
I Chiluwa, P Ifukor
Discourse & Society 26 (3), 267-296, 2015
Contemplating interviews and focus groups
N Edley, L Litosseliti
Research methods in linguistics, 155-179, 2010
Code-switching in contemporary Nigerian hip-hop music
ET Babalola, R Taiwo
Itupale Online Journal of African Studies 1 (1.26), 2009
Argumentation skills as prerequisites for collaborative learning among Finnish, French, and English secondary school students
M Marttunen, L Laurinen, L Litosseliti, K Lund
Educational Research and Evaluation 11 (4), 365-384, 2005
Assessing the Nigerianness of SMS text-messages in English
I Chiluwa
English Today 24 (1), 51-56, 2008
A structured dialogue tool for argumentative learning
L Hirsch, M Saeedi, J Cornillon, L Litosseliti
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 20 (1), 72-80, 2004
Religious vehicle stickers in Nigeria: A discourse of identity, faith and social vision
I Chiluwa
Discourse & Communication 2 (4), 371-387, 2008
Current research methodologies in gender and language study: Key issues
J Sunderland, L Litosseliti
na, 2008
Enlightenment and attitudes of the Nigerian elite on the roles of languages in Nigeria
W Adegbite
Language Culture and Curriculum 16 (2), 185-196, 2003
Language at War: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Speeches of Bush and Obama on Terrorism.
E Sarfo, EA Krampa
International Journal of Social Sciences & Education 3 (2), 2012
Twittering the Boko Haram uprising in Nigeria: Investigating pragmatic acts in the social media
I Chiluwa, A Adegoke
Africa Today 59 (3), 83-102, 2013
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