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  • Title  | Dr.
  • Name | DR. BULUS WAYAR
  • Gender | MALE

BASIC INFORMATION

  • University Email | Nill
  • Personal Email | buluswayar@yahoo.com
  • Position | HOD
  • Qualification | PhD.
  • Specialization | STYLISTICS, DISCOURSE ANALYSIS

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

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PUBLICATIONS

  • 1. The Use of Modal Auxiliaries in Stating Behavioral Objectives: A Case Study of Students teachers and Supervisors
  • 2. Analysis and Summary of English pronouns in Innocent Victims: Journal Series. CNJ, pp.134
  • 3. A Discourse Analysis of Students Written English Composition. The Journal of Communicative English. Vol.4.
  • 4. A Semantic Analysis of names & references in Abubukar Gimba s Innocent Victims. The Journal of Communicative English.Vol.5.
  • 5. Topics, Domination, and Control: An Analysis of Turn —taking in Students Debates. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences & Humanities. Issues No.l. Vol.5.
  • 6. Using Discourse Hedges in School Debates: Focus on Peace & Reconciliation. Journal of Sciences: Basic & Applied Research. ISSN 2307 -4531.
  • 7. Transgender Interruptions in Students Debates: perspective on socio — culture. International of Sciences: Basic & Applied Research. ISSN 2307 — 4531.
  • 8. Socio —cultural — cum Religious Greeting Contents across Nigeria & South East Asia. International Journal of contemporary Applied Sciences. ISSN: 2308 -1365.
  • 9. Discrediting Moves in political Campaigns. Nova Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences. Vol. 3 (1).
  • 10. Emotions Across Culture: A comparative survey of Nigeria and Sri Lanka. International Journal of Humanities & Cultural Studies. ISSN 2356 — 5926. Vol. 2. Issue 1.
  • 11. Sociolinguistic functions of politeness in school debates: A road to peace education. Journal of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences. ISSN2347 — 5374. Vol. 3 Issue 2.
  • 12. Analysis of Connective Types & the Uses of Debate in Learning. European Journal of Education Studies. Vol. 2/ Issue 5.
  • 13. Speakers Mood: perspective on Students Communicative Genre. Elixir International Journal.98 42464 -42470 .
  • 14. An Analysis of Nominal Groups in So Long a Letter: Journal of Arts & Education, Vol.1 .No.1 . p.220, Ibrahim Badamasi Babagida University, Lapai, Niger State
  • 15. Adjectives & Adverbs: Metamorphosis of Genre of Tangale Dirges. World Wide Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Development. 3, (9): 40 -47.
  • 16. Religion or Culture: Genre of Oral Traditional Herbal Drugs Promoters in Hausaland of Northern Nigeria. International Journal of Arts & Humanities. Vol. 1. Issue 9.
  • 17. The Rigid Genre in the Dynamic World: A Case of Ballads of Borno Shehus (1221- 2017) A.D. Academy of Social Science Journal. Vol. 2: (11) 1000 — 1006, 2017.
  • 18. Gender — based Attitudes of Students towards English Language in Northern Nigeria. International Journal of Language, Literature & Arts Studies 5 (3): ISSN: 2354 — 2926.
  • 19. Genre Awareness among English as Second Language Learners: Understanding the Differences between Dynamic and Stative English Verbs
  • 20. A Tool for Effective Communication. A paper presented at 1st International Conference 5th Organized by Faculty of Arts Kaduna State University -t8th February, 2018.
  • 21. Linguistics, Aesthetics & Contributory Values of Bura Karapuyeri. A paper presented at Nigerian Folklore Society 4th Annual Congress & 13th NFS Conference: Folklore & Folklife in Nigeria: Prospects & Challenges in 21st Century. Mambaya House Kano30th — 2nd May, 2018.
  • 22. Sociolinguistic Analysis of Power & Solidarity in Humour: Case Study of Stand — up Comedies. A paper presented at Nigerian Political Science Association 1st North East Zone (NPSA/NE) At Federal University on 5th — 7th April, 2018
  • 23. Understanding Code — Switching & Borrowing: A Pluralistic Approach to Hausa Gospel Songs. A Paper presented at International Conference Organized by Faculty of Arts Delta State University, Abraka October 2018
  • 24. An Analysis of the Causes of English Grammatical Errors in Communicative Genre: A Case Study of Mathematics Students at Gombe State University. Journal of Educational Research and Reviews. 125 September, 2016.