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  • Ọbádélé Kambon University of Ghana

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Ọbádélé Kambon, University of Ghana

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ADJECTIVES IN ESAHIE: A MORPHOSYNTACTIC STUDY

Author: Victoria Owusu Ansah

Institutional Affiliation: University of Ghana

Current Status: Lecturer

Mailing Address: University of Ghana

Email Address: vowusuansah1@gmail.com

Bio Statement: Victoria Owusu Ansah is a Lecturer at the University of Ghana in the Department of Linguistics. Her research interests include language teaching, language learning, strategies, applied linguistics, intercultural communication, language, english for specific purposes, speech and language processing, phonetic transcription and. formal linguistics.

Author: Yvonne Agbetsoamedo

Institutional Affiliation: University of Ghana

Current Status: Senior Lecturer

Mailing Address: Department of Linguistics, University of Ghana

Email Address: ladyfabu21@gmail.com; yagbetsoamedo@ug.edu.gh

Bio Statement: Yvonne Agbetsoamedo currently works at the Department of Linguistics, University of Ghana. Yvonne does research in sociolinguistics, syntax, language documentation and linguistic typology. Her current project is 'Tense Aspect and Modality in Selee'.

PHONOLOGICAL OUTCOMES OF YORUBA AND ENGLISH CONTACT ON URHOBO LOAN WORDS

Author: Nkechi Ukaegbu

Institutional Affiliation: University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Current Status: PhD Candidate

Email address: nkechi.ukaegbu@unn.edu.ng

Bio Statement: Ukaegbu, Nkechi Mgbodichinma is a Lecturer and PhD candidate in the Department of Linguistics, Igbo and Other Nigerian Languages, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. She has published a number of works in JOLAN and other University Journals in Nigeria. She currently holds a membership status in Linguistics Association of Nigeria (LAN), Acoustics Society of Nigeria (ASON), Association of Phoneticians and Phonologists in Nigeria (APPN), Nigerian Ecolinguistics Association (NEA) and a student membership in Linguistics Society of America (LSA). Her research interests include Phonetics (Acoustics) / Phonology, Language Documentation, Sociolinguistics and Applied Linguistics.

Author: Bestman Odeh

Institutional Affiliation: University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Current Status: Lecturer

Email address: bestman.odeh@unn.edu.ng

Bio Statement: Odeh, E. Bestman is a Lecturer in the Department of Linguistics, Igbo and Other Nigerian Languages, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. His areas of specialization is Morphology and Syntax. He has published some articles which include Lexical Ambiguity in Urhobo, Pluralisation Strategies in Urhobo and An Anthropological Approach to Urhobo Anthroponyms. Bestman is a member of Igbo Scholar Forum and JOLAN in Nigeria.

Author: Ifeanyi Nwosu

Institutional Affiliation: University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Current Status: Lecturer

Email address: ifeanyi.nwosu@unn.edu.ng

Bio Statement: Nwosu, Ifeanyi John is a Lecturer in the Department of Linguistics, Igbo and Other Nigerian Languages, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He holds B. A and M.A degrees in Linguistics from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria. He is currently a PhD candidate at the same University. He specializes in Morphology, Syntax and Semantics. He has published in journals like: JLTR, JOLAN, IDEAL and has attended many conferences. Ifeanyi is a member of the Linguistics Association of Nigeria (LAN).

MULTILINGUALISM AND LANGUAGE BARRIERS IN HEALTH DELIVERY SYSTEM IN GHANA

Author: Gladys Nyarko Ansah

Institutional Affiliation: Department of English

Current Status: Associate Professor

Mailing Address: P. O. Box LG 129

University of Ghana, Legon

Phone Number: +233202411750

Email Address: gansah@ug.edu.gh

Bio Statement: Gladys Nyarko Ansah is an applied linguist and a professor at the Department of English, University of Ghana, Legon. Her current research interest is in language use in multilingual contexts, including health care service.

Author: Elizabeth Orfson-Offei

Institutional Affiliation: University of Ghana

Current Status: Senior Lecturer

Mailing Address: DS 1122 Dansoman, Accra

Phone Number: +233208931412

Email Address: eorfson-offei@ug.edu.gh

Bio Statement: Elizabeth Orfson-Offei is a Ghanaian and a native Ga. She is a senior lecturer of English in the Department of English, university of Ghana, Legon. Her areas of research include Phonetics/ Phonology of English, Sociophonetics, Sociolinguistics and Language and Health.

WAR METAPHOR STRATEGIES IN EXPRESSING COVID-19 MESSAGES IN PRESIDENTIAL SPEECHES IN KENYA IN 2020

Author: John Habwe

Institutional Affiliation: University of Nairobi

Current Status: Lecturer

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 30197-00100 GPO, Nairobi. Nairobi-Kenya

Phone Number: +254726108800

Email address: johnhabwe@gmail.com; h_john@uonbi.ac.ke

Bio Statement: John Habwe is currently an Associate professor in the Department of Kiswahili. He has also served as chairman of the Department of Kiswahili for 3 years until 2016 and previously he served as the chairman of the Department of Linguistics and languages for a period of 2 years. His research interests are largely in the areas of Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis and Sociolinguistics.

Author: Mary Ndung’u

Institutional Affiliation: University of Nairobi

Current Status: Lecturer

Mailing Address: Department of Kiswahili, University of Nairobi

Email address: maryndungu03@yahoo.com

Bio Statement: Mary Ndung’u is a Lecturer at the University of Nairobi. Her research interests include Semantics, Psycholinguistics, Discourse Analysis, Cognitive Linguistics, Language, Language Teaching, Language Learning Strategies and Discourse Studies.

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12/31/2022

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Kambon, O. (2022). Contributors to this Issue. Ghana Journal of Linguistics, 11(2), 97–100. Retrieved from https://gjl.laghana.org/index.php/gjl/article/view/603