LSAL 68: From Linguistics to Cultural Anthropology

Référence: ISBN 9783895869822
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From Linguistics to Cultural Anthropology
Aspects of Language, Culture and Family Issues in Ghana (West Africa).

Samuel Gyasi Obeng & Cecilia Sem Obeng
Indiana University

TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Samuel Gyasi Obeng & Cecilia Sem Obeng

Part I Language:

English Sounds And Spellings: Solving The Initial Reading Problem In Ghana (Alan S. Duthie)

Recent-/Remote-Past Marking in Akan: A Multi-Tiered Account (Seth Ofori) Negation in Nzema Samuel (Gyasi Obeng & Emmanuel Koffi Yankey)

Using the Mother Tongue (L1) as a Medium for Early Identification and Diagnosis for Communication Disorders: A Look At Ghana (Ebenezer Francis Godwyll)

Akan Hypocorisms: A Constraint-Based Approach (Seth Ofori)

Lexical Borrowing: The Case of Ewe (Paul Kofi Agbedor)

Part II Culture and Family Studies:

Understanding the Akan Family System through Discursive Constructions at Naming Ceremonies (Cecilia Obeng)

Aspects of Akan Semiotics (Kofi Agyekum)

Non-Verbal Communication: Taboo Left Hand among the Akan of Ghana (Joe K. Amoako)

The Historical and Sociocultural Essence of the Ngmayem Festival of the Manya Krobo of Ghana (John H. Teye)

The Psychological Implications of Frafra Names (Ghana) (Samuel Atindanbila)

ISBN 9783895869822. LINCOM Studies in African Linguistics 68. 160pp. 2006.
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