LSPr 18: STUDIES IN SLANG AND SLOGANS


LSPr 18: STUDIES IN SLANG AND SLOGANS

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STUDIES IN SLANG AND SLOGANS

Sola Babatunde, Akin Odebunmi, Akin Adetunji, Mahfouz Adedimeji (eds.)
University of Ilorin , University of Ibadan, Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo, University of Ibadan

Studies in Slang and Slogans, with contributions from Nigeria, America, France, Poland and Indonesia, addresses the nature, form and function of the slangy items and slogans engaged in politics, computer-mediated communication, sports, the military, students’ informal interactions, transportation, advertising and general human interactions. The book centrally examines how human social-political experiences and encounters with digital technology constrain the choice of slang and slogans favoured in the focused domains, the varieties of these slang and slogans, and the impact of these on human socio-cognitive processes in society. Studies in Slang and Slogans, therefore, should be of great interest to general readers, scholars from diverse areas of academic concerns, politicians, internet users, students, government officials and advertisers.

CONTENTS

Acknowledgements
Foreword
Introduction
Notes on Contributors

Chapter One: Politics and American Slang
Leonard R.N. Ashley

Chapter Two: Axis of Evil: A Pragmatic Consideration
Adam Bednarek

Chapter Three: Slang, Sexual Organ and Metaphor in Nigerian English
Akin Odebunmi

Chapter Four: Indonesian Slang in Internet
Chatting Howard Manns

Chapter Five: Slang, Naming and Nigerian Supporters of English Premiership
Akin Adetunji

Chapter Six: Slang and the Nigerian Army
Bola Shakirat Ijaiya

Chapter Seven: Students’ Slang in the University of Ilorin
Sola Babatunde & Ayotunde S. Folorunsho

Chapter Eight: Students’ Slang on Internet Fraud
’Wale Oni & O.J. Oke

Chapter Nine: Slang in Text Messaging Amongst Nigerian University Students
Ononye Chuka & Romanus Aboh

Chapter Ten: Slang Among Nigerian University Students: Forms and Types
M.A. Aremu

Chapter Eleven: Kegites’ Slang in a Nigerian University
Adeniyi Osunbade & Adeolu Adeniji

Chapter Twelve: Slogan and Anti-slogan Practices: A Confrontation on Public Space and Advertising in Parisian Subway
Kenza Cherkaoui Messin & Natalia La Valle

Chapter Thirteen: Sociological and Historical Contexts of Number Plate Sloganeering in Nigeria
Mahfouz Adedimeji

Chapter Fourteen: The Politics and Pragmatics of Slogans on Nigerian Vehicle Number Plates
S.A. Aladeyomi & K.K. Olaniyan

Chapter Fifteen: Slogan and Sloganising in Nigerian Political and Religious Discourses
M.A. Alo

Chapter Sixteen: Language and Style in Political Slogans
Ayo Osisanwo

Chapter Seventeen: A Pragmatic Analysis of Political Slogans: A Case of Governor Gbenga Daniel of Ogun state, Nigeria
Toyin Makinde & Sola Odeneye

Chapter Eighteen: Political Slogans in Chinua Achebe’s A Man of the People
Amaka Ezeife & Ebuka Igwebuike

ISBN 9783929075717. LINCOM Studies in Pragmatics 18. 200pp. 2009.

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