Mabel Osakwe is a professor of English Language.She holds M.A. degrees in English Language. An addition M.Ed degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Temple University U.S.A.

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Publications:
Party Comedians as Facilitators of Language Development for Developing Nigeria

This paper shows partying as developing human capital psycholinguistically and socio-politically. The art and style of the Nigeria party comedian has developed an acceptable lingua franca (Naija) for Nigeria’s unity.

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Social Meaning and Kinship Terms in English and Ukwuani

This paper reports linguistic and socio-cultural similarities and differences between kinship terms in English and Ukwuani languages; accounting for meaning-shifts in some English kinship vocabulary in Ukwuani-English usages.

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Rural Decay, Resource Control, and the Dynamics of Youth Unemployment and Crime in Nigeria

Poor resource management and periods of misrule engender rural decay, youth unemployment, and crime in Nigeria. This paper argues that the consequences can be revamped through innovative human resource management.

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Published Online: November 27, 2015

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