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Pragmatics, Discourse and Society, Volume 2: A Festschrift for Akin Odebunmi

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‘Niyi Osunbade is a Professor of (English) Pragmatics and Discourse Studies at the Department of General Studies of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Nigeria. His papers have appeared in many established international journals.

Foluke O. Unuabonah, PhD, lectures in the Department of English of Redeemer’s University, Nigeria. Her areas of interest include discourse analysis and (corpus) pragmatics.

Ayo Osisanwo, PhD, is a Lecturer in the Department of English of the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. His papers have appeared in such peer-reviewed journals as Discourse and Society and Discourse and Communication.

Akinbiyi Adetunji holds a PhD in English (Linguistics) from Texas A&M University, USA. His areas of research interest include pragmatics and discourse analysis.

Funke Josephine Oni, PhD, lectures at the Department of Languages and Linguistics of Federal University Dutsinma, Nigeria. Her research interests cover (critical) discourse analysis, stylistics, semantics and syntax.

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ISBN: 1-5275-7150-5

ISBN13: 978-1-5275-7150-1

Release Date: 28th September 2021

Pages: 640

Price: £80.99

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