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Abioye, T. (1999) EXAMINING THE MASS LITERACY PROGRAMME IN ZARIA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE IMPLICATIONS FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT. A JOURNAL OF THE READING ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA, 8 (1 & 2). pp. 201-213. ISSN 1119 - 6181

Abioye, T. (2010) Integrating Reading and Writing Skills in Nigerian Schools Using Newspaper Texts. Papers in English and Linguistics, 11. pp. 44-53.

Abioye, T. (2010) Managing Language Testing in Nigerian Large Classes: Processes and Prospects. English Language Teaching, 3 (2).

Abioye, T. (2004) OPINION OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ON THE ROLE OF LITERACY AND THE MEDIA IN LIFE-LONG LEARNING. A JOURNAL OF THE READING ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA, 10 (1). pp. 325-330.

Abioye, T. (2011) PREFERENCE FOR RHETORICAL QUESTIONS AS AN INDEX OF TEXTUAL MESSAGE EFFECTIVENESS. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 1 (11). pp. 290-299.

Abioye, T. (2002) PROMOTING WOMEN LITERACY THROUGH MEDIA COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES (LITERACY DEVELOPMENT AND THE MEDIA). A JOURNAL OF THE READING ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA, 9 (2). ISSN 1119 - 6181

Abioye, T. (2010) Perception of Undergraduate Newspaper Readers on the Role of the Media in Literacy Development in Nigeria. Marang Journal of Language and Literature, 20. pp. 97-107.

Abioye, T. (2009) Typology of Rhetorical Questions as a Stylistic Device in Writing. The International Journal of Language Society and Culture. pp. 1-8. ISSN 1327-774X

Abioye, T. (1996) Using Community and Extension Services in Enhancing the Women Literacy Programme: Implications for Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. A JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION, AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, 13 (2). pp. 285-291.

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

Akujobi, R. (2009) HUNGER AND WAITING IN THIRD WORLD LITERATURE. Lagos Papers in English Studies, 4. pp. 38-44.

Chiluwa, Innocent (2013) Community and Social Interaction in Digital Religious Discourse in Nigeria, Ghana and Cameroon. Journal of Religion, Media & Ditial Culture (JRMDC), 2 (1).

Chiluwa, Innocent (2013) West African English in Digital Discourse. Covenant Journal of Language Studies, 1 (1). pp. 42-62.

Chiluwa, Innocent and Adegoke, Adetunji (2013) Twittering the Boko Haram Uprising in Nigeria: Investigating Pragmatic Acts in the Social Media. Africa Today, 59 (3). pp. 82-102.

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 and Peter, Ada (2015) Texting and Relationship: Examining Discourse Strategies in Negotiating and Sustaining Relationships Using Mobile Phone. Covenant Journal of Language Studies (CJLS), 3 (2). pp. 15-38. ISSN ISSN (Online): 2354 - 3523 ISSN (Print): 2354 - 3582

Fortress, Isaiah A. (2013) Ikemefuna and Other Poems. A Collection of Nature Poems. LILAC SERIES Ikemefuna and Other Poems.

Fortress, Isaiah A. (2012) The Political Economy of Book Publishing: A Critical View of Eco-Poetics and National Consciousness. International Journal of Publishing and Reading, 1 (1).

Kamalu, Ikenna C. and Fortress, Isaiah A. The Discursive Construction of Identity and Religion Fundamentalism in UWEM AKPAN Luxurious Hearses. The Discursive Construction of Identity and Religious Fundamentalism in Uwem Akpan's Luxurious Hearses.

Ogbulogo, Charles ANOTHER LOOK AT NIGERIAN ENGLISH. ANOTHER LOOK AT NIGERIAN ENGLISH. (Unpublished)

Ogbulogo, Charles (2005) Another Look at Nigerian English. Another look at Nigerian English, 1 (5). ISSN 2006-0327

Ogbulogo, Charles (2013) Language Engineering and the Destiny of Man in Africa. Covenant University 3rd Inaugural Lecture, 3 (1). pp. 4-52. ISSN 2006...0327

Book Section

Abioye, T. (1997) Enhancing Reading And Writing Skills In The J. S. S. Through The Newspaper. In: Literacy and Reading in Nigeria. the Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN. ISBN 978 2343013

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

Chimuanya, Lily and Ajiboye, Esther (2016) Socio-Semiotics of Humour in Ebola Awareness Discourse on Facebook. In: Analyzing Language and Humor in Online Communication. Advances in Linguistics and Communication Studies (ALCS) Book Series . IGI-GLOBAL, Hershey PA, USA, pp. 252-273. ISBN ISBN 9781522503385 (hardcover); ISBN 9781522503392 (ebook)

Conference or Workshop Item

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.

Book

Fortress, Isaiah A. (2008) The Mask. Standard Mass Concept Company, Lagos, Akure, Nigeria . ISBN 978-070-856-1

Thesis

Ayinuola, F. I. (2013) The Natural Environment in the Selected Poems of John Keats and Niyi Osundare:an Eco-Critical Perspective. PhD thesis, Covenant University.

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