Nordic Journal of African Studies

Nordic Journal of African Studies, Volume 15 Number 4, 2006

Author Title Page
Taljard, E. and Bosch, S.E. A Comparison of Approaches to Word Class Tagging: Disjunctively vs. Conjunctively Written Bantu Languages |Abstract|PDF| 428
Githinji, P. Bazes and Their Shibboleths: Lexical Variation and Sheng Speakers’ Identity in Nairobi|Abstract|PDF| 443
Dahl, G. and Hjort-af-Ornas, A. Precolonial Beja: A Periphery at the Crossroads |Abstract|PDF| 473
Adegbite, W. and Odebunmi, A. Discourse Tact In Doctor-Patient Interactions In English: An Analysis of Diagnosis in Medical Communication in Nigeria |Abstract|PDF| 499
Olateju, M.A. and Yusuf, Y.K. Backchannel Communication in Ola Rotimi’s Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again |Abstract|PDF| 520
Talla Sando Ouafeu, Y. Politeness Strategies in Colloquial Cameroon English: Focus on Three Pragmatic Particles: na, ya and eihn |Abstract|PDF| 536
Obeng, C.S. “We were victims of our families’ uncooperative behavior”: Problems Faced by School Dropouts in Rural Ghana  |Abstract|PDF| 544
Nyamndi, G.D. Prospective Commitment in African Literature |Abstract|PDF| 566
Laakso, A. and Tyynelä, T. Non-wood Forest Benefits and Agroforestry Practices in the Fouta Djallon Highlands of Guinea |Abstract|PDF| 579

Book Review:

Hurskainen, A.Zell Hans (ed.), The African Studies Companion |PDF|591

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