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  • Area of Specialization: Sociolinguistics and semantics.
  • Department of English & Literary Studies

  • Dr. Emama Emmanuel is a Lecturer in the Department of English Literary Studies, Delta State University, Abraka. His area of interest include sociolinguistics and semantics
    My Publications
  1. Emama Emmanuel Ogheneakpobor and Mede Emmanuel (2021) confronting Moral Decadence through Poetry: a Linguistic Analysis of Mabel Osakwe's "Desert Songs of Bloom, KIU Journal of Humanities
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  2. EMAMA EMMANUEL Ogheneakpor (2021) Music domains as Index of the Vitality of the Urhobo Language, ARIDON International Journal of Urhobo Studies
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  3. Richard Maledo, Emmanuel Emama (2020) Wole Soyinka’s The Road as an intertext, Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Vol.57 Pages: 26-36

  4. EMAMA EMMANUEL Ogheneakpor (2020) Folklore, Cohesion and Meaning in Ojaide’s Agbogidi, KIU Journal of Humanities Vol.5 Pages: 191 - 198

  5. Mowarin Macaulay and EMAMA EMMANUEL (2020) Linguistic and Rhetorical Devices in Nigerian Stand -up Comedy , Faculty of Arts, Delta State University, Abraka
    Vol.10 Pages: 1 - 19

  6. Emama Emmanuel Ogheneakpobor (2018) Influence of Affixation on the Intelligibility of Aspects of SNE Lexicosemantics, Abraka Humanities Review, Faculty of Arts, Delta State University, Abraka Vol.8 Pages: 201 - 214

  7. Emama Emmanuel Ogheneakpobor and Maledo Richard (2018) Pragmatics and Communicative Competence: English in a Second Language Environment and the Pedagogical Challenges , Malthouse Vol.7 Pages: 413- 420

  8. Emama Emmanuel Ogheneakpobor (2017) The Utility Value of Urhobo, English, and Pidgin in Selected Rural Urhobo Communities, Faculty of Arts, Delta State University, Abraka Vol.7 Pages: 42 - 50

  9. Emama Emmanuel Ogheneakpobor (2017) Reading and Studying Skills, GST Delta State University, Abraka
      Vol.3 Pages: 37 - 39

  10. Emama Emmanuel Ogheneakpobor (2016) A Lexico Syntactic Reading of Meaning in Ophelia Ophelia Alancatara - Dimalanta's "Montage", Bahiti and Dalila, Lagos State Vol. Pages: 406- 413