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  • Magonya Achieng, Peter Maina Matu (David Press, 2010)
    In most anthropological literature premised on witchcraft in sub-Saharan Africa cases in point being the Azande speakers of Sudan (Pritchard, 1937), beliefs in witchcraft among the ”Fang of Cameroon” (Boyer, 2001) and even ...
  • Janet Kemunto Omwancha, Dr. Jane Ombati, and Dr. Yakub Adams (International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology, 2020)
    The research analyzes the Ekegusii jazz band songs with specific reference to Bana Sungusia Jazz Band songs. Studies have been done on different songs focusing on different themes. The study determined how the language ...
  • RN Abaya PM Matu PA Oloo (African Journals OnLine (AJOL), 2010)
    This paper presents an analysis of lexical errors in the written English of Standard Eight Pupils in Rigoma Division of Nyamira District, Kenya. The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (K.C.P.E) results of 1998- 2002 ...
  • Damaris Nyakoe, David Ongarora, Pamela Oloo (Human Resource Management Academic Research Society, 2014)
    HIV represents one of the greatest public health challenges confronting Kenyans. Whereas Kenya has made significant progress in the fight against HIV and AIDS, the prevalence rates in Gusii are very high and this calls for ...
  • Damaris Nyakoe, David Ongarora, Pamela Oloo (Human Resource Management Academic Research Society, 2014)
    HIV represents one of the greatest public health challenges confronting Kenyans. Whereas Kenya has made significant progress in the fight against HIV and AIDS, the prevalence rates in Gusii are very high and this calls for ...
  • BENARD ODOYO OKAL MASENO UNIVERSITY A. YAKUB J. OKELLO B. O. KODAK (Quantum Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2020)
    The practice of instilling morals to individuals has existed in both familial and societal upbringing. These morals are always transmitted from the older people to the younger generation with an intention of initiating ...
  • Unknown author (Quantum Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2020)
    The practice of instilling morals to individuals has existed in both familial and societal upbringing. These morals are always transmitted from the older people to the younger generation with an intention of initiating ...
  • Benard Odoyo Okal1 , Frida Akinyi Miruka2 (Scholars Middle East Publishers, 2016)
    Lexemes relate in terms of sense in various ways that are linguistically referred to as homonymy, polysemy, antonymy, synonymy and even hyponymy among others. Though some of these relations like hyponymy tend to ...
  • K Odhiambo PM Matu PA Oloo (AJOL, 2011)
    Our objective was to assess the knowledge of the court interpreter on issues surrounding language rights, based on data collected from 10 practicing court interpreters in subordinate courts in Nyanza Province of Kenya. The ...
  • Jackline Atieno Okello, John O Ogone, David Ogoti Ongarora (International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology, 2016)
    Coronal harmony in Dholuo refers to the co- occurrence restriction on dental and alveolar obstruents and nasals. The purpose of this paper is to describe and explain coronal harmony as it manifests in Dholuo. This involves ...
  • Unknown author (Jaramogi oginga odinga resipotory, 2016)
    Coronal harmony in Dholuo refers to the co- occurrence restriction on dental and alveolar obstruents and nasals. The purpose of this paper is to describe and explain coronal harmony as it manifests in Dholuo. This involves ...
  • Benard Odoyo Okal (Horizon Research Publishing. 506 North Garfield Avenue# 210, Alhambra, CA 91801, 2014)
    The article gives a brief analytical survey of multilingualism practices, its consequences, its benefits in education and discussions on the appropriate ways towards its achievement in education. Multilingualism refers ...
  • Lilian Magonya Achieng, Pamela Oloo Anyango (Semantic Scholar, 2013)
    AIDS prevention interventions (Doka 1997; Sontag 1988).This paper examines the cognitive effects of metaphors and metonymies emerging from sexually explicit images and scary pictorial representations in AIDS posters among ...
  • Lilian Magonya Achieng, Pamela Oloo Anyango (2013)
    AIDS as an incurable ailment is no stranger to humankind. Most healthconscious watchdogs, such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNAIDS, have lobbied for aggressive AIDS campaigns to sensitize populations within ...
  • Damaris Nyakoe, Pamela Oloo, David Ongarora (Human Resource Management Academic Research Society, 2014)
    Language plays a fundamental role in the fight against HIV and AIDS in Kenya. Moreover, language is important in the dissemination of information that would ensure the success of both prevention and treatment of any disease. ...
  • Damaris Nyakoe, Pamela Oloo, David Ongarora (Human Resource Management Academic Research Society, 2014)
    Language plays a fundamental role in the fight against HIV and AIDS in Kenya. Moreover, language is important in the dissemination of information that would ensure the success of both prevention and treatment of any disease. ...
  • Norah Mose, Lilian Magonya, Benson Ojwang (IISTE, 2017)
    Political campaigns employ war metaphors that bring forth the resemblance between the rigours of war and the struggle to occupy electoral offices. In this regard, the political candidates are soldiers, the constituents ...
  • Robert Omari Otieno, Evans Gesura Mecha, David Ogoti Ongarora (Jadavpur Journal of Languages and Linguistics, 2019)
    This paper gives the distributional characteristics of coordinate elliptical constructions in EkeGusii. The syntax of the constructions is given using a Phase theoretic approach, one of the current theoretical constructs ...
  • Magonya Achieng' Lilian (Horizon Research Publishing Co., Ltd., 2017-09-01)
    or three decades now, HIV/AIDS undeniably remains one of the leading killer diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa. The same narrative is advanced in the literature by sociologists and epidemiologists where mental images that ...
  • Adams Yakub, Damaris Gechemba Nyakoe, Benard Odoyo Okal (Saudi Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2017)
    Information is a very important concept during an interaction between interlocutors within a particular health communicative context. In matters concerning individuals' health and other emotive issues, subjective information ...

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