A Sociopragmatic Study of Values of Nigerians as Exemplified in Wale Okediran's Tenants of the House: Implication for a Political Caste System
When Basil Bernstein postulated the Deficit Hypothesis Theory, little did he know that nonverbal means of expression much more than the "code" would help in establishing the social class system which Bernstein had intended to eradicate by formally uncovering it. In Nigeria, today, the concept of social class, much more than accepted social norms and practices, is celebrated and accentuated. The...
Published at LASU Journal Of Humanities
Published in 2016
Bello, Rachael and Abiodun-Eniayekan, Eugenia. N.
ABIODUN-ENIAYEKAN Eugenia » Dr. E. N. ABIODUN-ENIAYEKAN is a graduate of French up to Ph.D level. She had both her B.A. and M.A. (French) from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka in 1986 and 1990 respectively. She got her Ph.D also in French from the Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State in 2013. Her area of specialization is African Literature in French. She presently teaches French at the Covenant University. Since 2009,... view full profile
Dance of Attrition and Resistance: Semiotics of Gender Stratification in Three Suitors, One Husband, and Until Further Notice