School of Languages

School of Languages

Recent Submissions

  • Appiah-Adjei, D (University of Ghana, 2014-12)
    The purpose of this research is to explore the use of traditional symbols, especially, the Sankcfa Theory which means: it is not forbidden to go into history to validate or reclaim the past, in its entirety as a conceptual ...
  • Washington-Nortey, F. M. (University of Ghana, 2013-12)
    The study examined the effect of the Schema Reading Approach on pupils in Basic Two (lower primary) in the University Basic Schools, Legon. It also explored the effect of two language teaching approaches, The Schema ...
  • Otoo, Yvonne A. (University of Ghana, 2014)
    This study investigated Property concepts in Ga using the Framework-free Grammatical theory (Haspelmath 2008). The study examined three main syntactic categories namely adjectives, verbs and nouns that are used to expressed ...
  • Quarcoo, M. (University of Ghana, 2013-07)
    The purpose of this work is to investigate the use of codeswitching (CS) as a linguistic resource by students of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW). The study seeks to answer why students in the university conduct ...
  • Adjei, F.A. (University of Ghana, 2013-07)
    The focus of this thesis is to examine Ewe speakers’ linguistic organization of motion events and how such language patterns develop in Ewe- speaking children. The work is situated within Talmy’s Theory of Lexicalizati ...
  • Aliero, M.A. (University of Ghana, 2013-06)
    The main goal of this study is to describe the morphological properties of C’lela; a Niger-Congo, Western Kainji language spoken in the eastern part of Kebbi State, Nigeria. The study mainly adopted the classic descriptive ...
  • Duah, R.A. (University of Ghana, 2013-06)
    This study investigates the expression of force-dynamics in Akan (Talmy 2000). Two main types of causatives can be found in the language, namely non- periphrastic causatives (lexical causatives and cause-effect SVCs) and ...