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Abiodun-Eniayekan, E. N. (2013) L'ecrivain Comme Historien:Une Etude De Quelques Romans D'ahmadou Kourouma. ["eprint_fieldopt_thesis_type_phd" not defined] thesis, Covenant University.

Abiodun-Eniayekan, E. N. and Owoeye, Samuel T. and Awogu-Maduagwu, Edith Abisola (2016) French Studies In Nigerian Private Universities: A Case Study Of Covenant University. Journal of Modern European Languages and Literature (JMEL), 6. pp. 1-13. ISSN 978-978-48450-4-5

Abioye, T. and Ajiboye, Esther (2014) A LEXICO-STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF KAINE AGARY’S YELLOW-YELLOW. In: Language, Literature and Style in Africa: A Festschrift for Professor Christopher Olatunji Awonuga. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle, England, pp. 115-130. ISBN 1-4438-7044-7; 978-14438-7044-3

Adejumo, G.O. and Abioye, , Taiwo Olubunmi and Tar, , Maryam (2016) Adoption of Computer Assisted Language Learning Software among Nigerian Secondary School Students. Covenant International Journal of Psychology, 1 (2). pp. 22-30.

Ajiboye, Esther (2013) Ideological Discourse Analysis of the Functions of Feedback Comments on Online Reports of Socio-political Crises in Nigeria. Covenant Journal of Language Studies (CJLS), 1 (2). pp. 117-136. ISSN Print: 2354 – 3582 - Electronic: 2354 – 3523

Ajiboye, Esther (2020) Polarisation and the Sustenance of Biafra Secessionist Discourses Online. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 55 (4). pp. 475-491.

Ajiboye, Esther and Abioye, Taiwo (2019) When citizens talk: Stance and representation in online discourse on Biafra agitations. Discourse & Society. 095792651881619. ISSN 0957-9265

Akujobi, R. (2011) Gender, Literacy and the Society: A Discourse of Disparity in Some Selected Schools in Sokoto Metropolis, Nigeria. Unpublished. (Unpublished)

Awogu-Maduagwu, Edith Abisola (2012) Umuada and the Phenomenon of Dual Identity in Ogbaruland. AAn International Journal of Language, Literature and Gender Studies, 1 (3). pp. 133-154. ISSN 2227-5460


Bello, O. R. (2007) Teacher Attitude and Student Performance in Indigenous Language Learning in Lagos. Teacher Attitude and Student Performance in Indigenous Language Learning in Lagos. pp. 32-50.


Chiluwa, Innocent (2008) Assessing the Nigerianness of SMS Text-Messages in English. English Today 93, 24 (1). pp. 51-56.

Chiluwa, Innocent (2012) Citizenship, Participation and CMD: The Case of Nigeria. Pragmatics and Society, 3 (1). pp. 61-88.

Chiluwa, Innocent (2009) The Discourse of Digital Deceptions and ‘419’ Emails. Discourse Studies, 11 (6). pp. 635-660.

Chiluwa, Innocent (2010) Discursive Practice and the Nigerian Identity in Personal Emails. Handbook of Research on Discourse Behavior and Digital Communication: Language Structures and Social Interaction, 1. pp. 112-129. ISSN 978-1-61520-773-2

Chiluwa, Innocent (2009) Ethno-pragmatics of Ońunwa Performance of the Igbo of Nigeria. Journal of Multiculturual Discourses, 4 (3). pp. 279-295.

Chiluwa, Innocent (2011) Labeling and Ideology in the Press: a Corpus-based Critical Discourse Study of the Niger Delta Crisis. Peter Lang, Frankfurt. ISBN ISBN 978-3-631-61562-1 hb.

Chiluwa, Innocent (2012) Language in the News: Mediating Sociopolitical Crises in Nigeria. Peter Lang, Frankfurt. ISBN ISBN 978-3-631-63354-0 hb.

Chiluwa, Innocent (2011) Media Construction of Socio-political Crises in Nigeria. Journal of Language and Politics, 10 (1). pp. 88-108.

Chiluwa, Innocent (2009) News Headlines as Pragmatic Strategy in Nigerian Press Discourse. International Journal of Language, Society and Culture, 27. pp. 63-71.

Chiluwa, Innocent (2010) Nigerian English in Informal Email Messages. English World-Wide, 31 (1). pp. 40-61.

Chiluwa, Innocent (2008) Religious Vehicle Stickers in Nigeria: a discourse of identity, faith and social vision. Discourse and Communication, 2 (4). pp. 371-387.

Chiluwa, Innocent (2008) SMS Text-Messaging and the Nigerian Christian Context: Constructing Values and Sentiments. International Journal of Language, Society and Culture, 24. pp. 11-20. ISSN 1327-774X

Chiluwa, Innocent (2012) Social Media Networks and the Discourse of Resistance: A sociolinguistic CDA of Biafra Online Discourses. Discourse and Society, 23 (3). pp. 217-244.

Chiluwa, Innocent and Ajiboye, Esther (2016) Discursive Pragmatics of T-Shirt Inscriptions:Constructing the Self, Context and Social Aspirations. Pragmatics and Society, 7 (3). pp. 436-462. ISSN 1878-9714

Chiluwa, Innocent and Ajiboye, Esther (2016) LANGUAGE USE IN CRISIS SITUATIONS: ADISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF ONLINE REACTIONS TO DIGITAL NEWS REPORTS OF THE WASHINGTON NAVY YARD SHOOTING AND THE NAIROBI WESTGATE ATTACK. In: The Discourse of Digital Civic Engagement: Perspectives from the Developing World. Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA, pp. 35-55. ISBN 978-1-63484-120-7

Chiluwa, Innocent and Ajiboye, Esther (2014) ‘We Are after Ideals’: A Critical Analysis of Ideology in the Tweets by Boko Haram. Global Media Journal African Edition, 8 (2). pp. 318-346.

Chiluwa, Innocent and Chimuanya, Lily and Ajiboye, Esther (2021) Communicating Religious Extremism in West Africa. In: In: Themes in Religion and Human Security in Africa edited by Joram Tarusarira and Ezra, 2021, Chitando London: Routledge.

Chiluwa, Innocent and Taiwo, Rotimi and Ajiboye, Esther (2020) Hate speech and political media discourse in Nigeria: The case of the Indigenous People of Biafra. International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics, 16 (2). pp. 191-212.

Chiluwa, Isioma Maureen and Chiluwa, Innocent and Ajiboye, Esther (2017) ONLINE DECEPTION: A DISCOURSE STUDY OF EMAIL BUSINESS SCAMS. In: Deception & Deceptive Communication: Motivations, Recognition Techniques and Behavioral Control. Nova Science, New York, pp. 169-188.


Fortress, Isaiah A. (2008) Flowers for Ebun. Standard Mass Concept Company, Akure, Nigeria. ISBN 978-070-855-3

Fortress, Isaiah A. (2015) Yoruba Green-Proverbs in English: A Green Study of Niyi Osundare's Midlife. In: Journal Of Literary Society Of Nigeria (JLSN) New Directions In African Poetry, 2015.

Fortress, Isaiah A. and Onwuka, Edwin Yoruba Eco-Proverbs In English: An Eco-Critical Study Of Niyi Osundare's Horses Of Memory. In: Journal Of Literary Society Of Nigeria (JLSN) New Directions In African Poetry.


Idakwo, Ocholi Victor and Awogu-Maduagwu, Edith Abisola and Abiodun-Eniayekan, E. N. (2017) The Impact of Globalization on the African Culture in Helon Habila’s Measuring Time. International Journal of Arts and Humanities (IJAH), 6 (1). pp. 111-123. ISSN 2225-8590 (Print) ISSN 2227-5452 (Online)

Igwebuike, Ebuka and Abioye, T. and Chimuanya, Lily (2016) A pragma-semiotic analysis of ‘Occupy Nigeria Group’ online posts on the 2012 fuel subsidy removal in Nigeria. JOURNAL OF VISUAL LITERACY, 35 (3). pp. 201-214.

Iheanetu, O.U. and Oha, O. (2017) Addressing the Challenges of Igbo Computational Morphological Studies Using Frequent Pattern-Based Induction. In: The World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science, 25 October 2018, Online.


Kwofie, Emmanuel N. (2008) French Studies and The Making of the Total Man. Public Lecture Series, 1 (18). pp. 2-64.


Obieje, Doris L. and Tar, Maryam (2013) UNE LECTURE BEAUVOIRISTE D'UNIVERS ROMANESQUE DE CALIXTHE BEYALA. In: FRENCH LANGUAGE IN NIGERIA: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF UFTAN PACESETTERS. University French Teachers Association ofNigeria (UFTAN) In Partnership with Mindex Publishing Co. Ltd. 22 Benin Technical College Road, Ugbowo, P. 0. Box 5089, Benin City, Nigeria. Email: Tel: +234 802.345.3848, 803.740.4398, 805.475.5. ISBN 978-978-8448-78-5

Okokpujie, Imhade P. and Okokpujie, Kennedy O. and Omidiora, Segun and Oyewole, Hannah O. and Ikumapayi, O. M. and Emuowhochere, ThankGod O. (2022) Benchmarking and Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Towards Developing a Sustainable Policy of Just in Time Production of Biogas in Nigeria. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, 17 (2). pp. 433-440.

Omidiora, Segun and Ajiboye, Esther and Abioye, Taiwo (2020) Political Communication and Popular Literature: An Analysis of Political Jingles in Nigerian Electoral Discourse. Journal of Creative Communications, 15 (2). pp. 194-208.


Owoeye, Samuel T. (2010) Cognition,Private Speech and Oral Expression:Implications for Nigerian Learners of French. Kaduna State University Journal of French, 1 (1). pp. 313-328.

Owoeye, Samuel T. (2008) L'apport de l'internet au Cours de Francais Sur Objectifs Specifiques:Le cas de Covenant University. RANEUF, 1 (5). pp. 33-49.

Owoeye, Samuel T. (2011) LA SUFFIXATION EN –EUR AGENTIF : PEUT-ON MIEUX GÉNÉRER SES RÈGLES DE CONSTRUCTION DES LEXÈMES ? A Journal of Humanistic Studies, 2 (1). pp. 133-148.

Owoeye, Samuel T. (2013) La Disponibilite Morphologique De La Suffixation Agentive Du Francais. ["eprint_fieldopt_thesis_type_phd" not defined] thesis, Covenant University.

Owoeye, Samuel T. (2013) La structure profonde et la modélisation des règles de construction de lexèmes: l'exemple de cinq suffixes agentifs du français. Linguistik online. ISSN 1615-3014

Owoeye, Samuel T. (2011) La suffixation agentive et le blocage affixal : le cas du suffixe ‘’eur’’ et ses concurrents morphologiques. Synergies Afrique Centrale et de l’Ouest (4). pp. 77-85.

Owoeye, Samuel T. (2014) Notes sur les composants suffixés - logiste et - logue du français. Covenant Journal of Language Studies (CJLS), 2 (2). pp. 146-159. ISSN ISSN (Online): 2354 - 3523 ISSN (Print): 2354 - 3582

Owoeye, Samuel T. (2010) Optimal Activation of French for Specific Purposes for Human Development in Nigeria. Applied Social Dimensions of Language Use and Teaching in West Africa. pp. 224-230.

Owoeye, Samuel T. (2010) Recherches en Economie des Langues:Considerations Preliminaires Pour le Francais au Nigeria. Recherches en Economie des Langues:Considerations Preliminaires Pour le Francais au Nigeria. pp. 1-18.

Owoeye, Samuel T. (2011) Réflexion sur l'autonomie de la morphologie linguistique. Linguistik online. ISSN 1615-3014

Owoeye, Samuel T. and Abiodun-Eniayekan, E. N. and Tar, Maryam and BABATUNDE, OLUKAYODE TEMIDAYO (2018) A PROPOS DU STATUT AGENTIF DES SUFFIXES –ANT, -IER, -ISTE ET –OIR DU FRANCAIS. Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Literary Studies, 5. pp. 231-240. ISSN 2536-6300


Owoeye, Samuel T. and Tar, Maryam (2012) Competence constructionnelle lexicale des etudiants universitaires nigerians du fran~ais langue etrangere : le cas de Ia suffixation agentive. In: Aspects of Language Variaton, Acquisition and Use. University of Cape Coast Press, Cape Coast - Ghana. ISBN 9964-3-9072-6

Owoeye, Samuel T. and Tar, Maryam (2012) Compétence costructionnelle lexicale des étudiants universitaires nigérians du français langue étrangère : le cas de la suffixation agentive. In: Aspects of Language Variation, Acquisition and Use Festschrift for Prof. Emmanuel N. Kwofie. University of Ghana Press, Ghana.

Owoeye, Samuel T. and Tar, Maryam and Abiodun-Eniayekan, E. N. and BABATUNDE, OLUKAYODE TEMIDAYO (2018) CONTRAINTES SUFFIXALES ET LA DISPONIBILITÉ MORPHOLOGIQUE. International Journal of Arts, Language, Linguistics and Literary Studies, 2 (4).

Owoeye, Samuel T. and Tar, Maryam and Abiodun-Eniayekan, E. N. and Babatunde , Olukayode T. (2018) Contrainte suffixales et Ia disponibilite morphologique. INTERNATIONAL JJOURNAL OF ARTS,LANGUAGES. LINGUISTICS AND LITERARY STUDIES, 2 (4). pp. 48-62.


Peter, Ada (2017) Killing in the Name of Air Time? Global Mass Media’s Representation of ISIS. Middle East Institute Publication.


Soneye, Timothy and Abioye, T. (2010) Male and Female in Ola Rotimi's Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again: A Sociolinguistic Overview. International Journal of Emotional Psuchology and Sport Ethics (IJEPSE), 12. pp. 397-407. ISSN 1119 - 7048


Tar, Maryam (2012) A Comprehensive Analysis of Perceptions of Teachers on Challenges of Teaching Translation at Nigerian Universties. In: Current Issues in Translation Studies in Nigeria. Satz und Gestaltung: Wehrhahn Verlag Druck und Bindung: lnprinr, Erlangen, lnprinr, Erlangen. ISBN 978- 3- 86525- 265- 4

Tar, Maryam (2011) Effects of Print Access and Print Exposure on French Vocabulary Acquisition by Secondary School Students. International -Journal of Publishing and Reading, 1 (1). pp. 11-16.

Tar, Maryam (2009) Le Locuteur Haoussa Et L'Acquisition De La Structure Des Subordonnees Francaises. ABUDoF Journal of Humanities. Department of French A. B.U ZariaNigeria, Zaria Nigeria. ISBN 1595-7004

Tar, Maryam (2013) L’ACQUISITION DU VOCABULAIRE DU FRANÇAIS LANGUE ÉTRANGÈRE DANS LES UNIVERSITÉS NIGÉRIANES. ["eprint_fieldopt_thesis_type_phd" not defined] thesis, Covenant University, Ota.

Tar, Maryam (2011) Perceived Problems Associated with French Language Learning Among Secondary School Student in Nigeria. Journal of Functional Management, 4 (1).


Uba, Emmanuel and Onwuka, Edwin and Omidiora, Segun (2020) Exploring the Dynamics of Concept Maps in ESL Phonetic and Phonology: The Nigerian Case. Madonna Journal of English and Literary Studies, 3 (3). pp. 84-98. ISSN 0862-8616

Uba, Emmanuel and Onwuka, Edwin and Omidiora, Segun (2017) The Patterns of Acquisition of Syntactic Regularities in Pre-Secondary School Second Language Learners of English. Covenant Journal of Language Studies, 5 (1). pp. 17-31.

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