Patterns in Language, Culture, and Society; Sub-Saharan Africa: Proceedings of the Symposium on African Language, Culture, and Society, Held at the Ohio State University, Columbus, April 11, 1975
Robert K. Herbert
Department of Linguistics, Ohio State University, 1975 - Africa, Sub-Saharan - 215 pages
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African countries African languages Africanistics Anfillo Arabic Bambeshi Bantu languages bilingual Cameroon cognitive colonial language configuration consonants creole cultural dialect Douala economic English ethnic group example exoglossic factors Fishman forms French Ghana grammatical Gumuz Hausa Hozo Igbo language indigenous languages intervocalic Kefa Koman Koman languages Kwama Lagos language planning language policy language reform language situation Larteh lexical Libermann lingua franca linguistic literacy development literacy programs major Mande languages Mandekan means medium of instruction modern mother tongue Mouton multilingual national language native speakers Nigeria non-extended norm noun class official language Omotic OSU WPL paper Papiamentu Patterns in Language Pidgin policy formulation political population present primary school problems Proto-Bantu result sample second language secondary school semantic Senegalese Shomulu social Society sociolinguistic speak speech community spoken structure Sub-Saharan Africa suggest Swahili Tanzania traditional variety vernacular languages vocabulary Whiteley Yoruba