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Contrastive Study of Efik and English Phonology (M.A.)

Presented to the Faculty of Arts and Social Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree of Mastersof Arts(English) Ahmadu Bello University.April, 1979

A Phonological Study of Standard Nigerian English (Ph.D)

A Thesis submitted to the Post-graduate School, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Award of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in English LanguageJune 1985

Books


English Usage in Nigeria since 1842: Patterns and Changes

A Festschrift for David EKA

Elements of Grammar and Mechanics of the English Language

Eka, D. (1994). SAMUF Educational Publishers, Uyo

Phonological Foundations: English

Eka, D. (1996). Scholars Press (Nig) Ltd, Uyo

Aspects of Spoken Language

Eka, D. and Inyang Udofot(1996a). BON Universal Ltd., Calabar


From Changes to Divergences: Reflections on Global Englishes.

Eka, D. (2005). 13th Inaugural Lecture of the University of Uyo; University of Uyo Press Ltd; Uyo; Nigeria

Essays in Language and Literature in Honour of Ime Ikiddeh at 60.

Eka. D.(2002): (ed). Uniuyo Press Ltd

Issues in Nigerian English Usage.

Eka. D.(2000):(ed). Uyo, Scholars Press Ltd

Fundamentals of Communication in English

Eka, D. (1993) ed. BON Universal Publishers. Calabar


Book Chapters


Aspects of Protest in Mango Beti's Novels

Eka, D. 1983). In: K. Echenin (ed) The Writer and the Critics: Acts of the 7th Annual Conference of the Modern Languages Association of Nigeria. University of Calabar; pp 196-210

The Phonology of Nigerian English

Eka, E. (1987). In: A. E. Odumuh. (ed). Nigerian English: Selected Essays.  Ahmadu Bello University Press, Zaria, pp 37-37.

Variations in Spoken Communication: A Consideration of Ibibio and English.

Eka, D. (1990). In: E. D. Akpan (ed).  Communication Arts: Principles, Applications and Practices. Modern Business Press, Uyo; pp. 126-142

Spoken Communication and the Nigerian Undergraduate.

Eka, D. (1992). In: D. Orisaway (ed).  Developing Communication Skills in English Language: A Book of Readings.  New Generation Books, Enugu; pp. 11-25


Contrastive Analysis and the Teaching of English Pronunciation.

Eka, D. (1995). In: Mbong A. Udofot (ed). Current Trends in Educational Practices. Imasons Educational Services, Uyo; pp. 96-109.

Pronunciation on the Air.

Eka. D. (1996b). In: D. Orisawayi, J. Ogu, E. Ntia, A. Essien (eds). Approaches to Oral English and Oral Communication Skills. University of Calabar Press; Calabar; pp. 60-71

The Chancing Patterns of Accentuation in Nigeria English.

Eka, D. (1996c). In: A. U. Iwara (ed). Selected Papers from the Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference of the Linguistic Association of Nigeria (LAN), pp. 101-121

Repetition in Ojaide's. The Fate of Vultures and other Poems. 

Eka, D. (200a). In: Okame O. (ed) Writing the Homeland: The Poetry and Politics of Tenure Ojaide; Bayreuth African Studies Series; pp 111-130


Accounting for the Spread of English: A Global Perspective.

Eka, D. (2014). A Commissioned Paper for a Festschrift in Honour of Professor David Jowitt as he retires from Active Academics

From the Classical to the Forensic: Celebrities at Linguistic Signposts

Eka, David (2004). In: Ndimele, Ozo-Mekuri (ed) Language and Culture in Nigeria: A Festschrift for OkonEssien Aba, National Institute for Nigerian Language; pp 958-967

Aspects of Language Use in Ken Saro – Wiwa’sSozaboy: A Novel in Rotten English.

Eka, D. (1997). In: OnookomeOkome (ed). ASE: In Collaboration with Africa Press, New Jersey, USA, pp. 69-83


Pronunciation of English: The Basic Sounds. 

Eka, D. (1993). In: D. Eka (ed) Fundamentals of Communication in English. BON Universal Publishers; Calabar. Pp. 3-18

Selected Papers from the Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference of the Linguistic Association of Nigeria (LAN), pp. 101-121

In: A. U. Iwara (ed).

Diction and Rhythm in Wole Soyinka’s The Interpreters.

Eda, D. (2002). In: Essays in Language and Literature in Honour of ImeIkiddeh at 60; pp 24-45

The English Language in Global and Nigerian Settings. A Commissioned Paper Forthcoming

Eka, D. (2012). In: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor Victor Olusegun Awonusi Vice Chancellor Tai Solarin University of Education Ijebu Ode


Journal Articles


Linguistic Tolerance and the Resolution of Cultural Conflicts in Nigeria.

Eka, D. (1996e). Journal of Humanities, Vol.5; pp 1-11

Diction and Rhythm in Wole Soyinka's Drama.

Eka, D. (1997a). Calel Vol. 1; pp 54-62

Choice Patterns in Language use Among Educated Nigerians.

Eka, D. and Udoh, P. N. J. (1999). Journal of Humanities; Vol 6; (June); pp 1-10

Vowel and Syllable Duration in Educated Spoken Nigerian English

Eka, D. (2001). Journal of Nigerian English and Literature Vol. 2 (June); pp 28-49


Levels of Communicative Competence in Management

Eka, D. (1987). Journal of English Studies Vol. IV, pp. 21-31.

Strategies for Language Development in Nigeria

Eka, D. (1988). Nigeria Journal of Curriculum Studies Vol. IV No.2; 30-40

Matter and Manner: A Survey of Realities in the Written Answers to Literature by Final year Secondary School Students in Nigeria

Eka, D. (1989). Journal of English Studies, Vol. V; pp. 1-15

Juncture Modification in Nigeria English

Eka, D. (1992a). Journal of Humanities, Vol. 2; pp. 1-8


Nonlinguistic/Linguistic Considerations in Nigeria's Search for a Lingua Franca

Eka, D. (1993a). Journal of Humanities Vol. 3; pp. 47-53.

Multilingualism and National Unity: The Situation in Nigeria

Eka, D. (2000). Journal of Nigerian English and Literature Vol. 1 (June); pp 1-10

Tones in Ibibio and English: Patterns and Departures.

Eka, David ((2004a). International Journal of Language and Communication (UNICAL): Maiden Edition, June, pp 111-128

Timing in Educated Spoken Nigerian English

Eka, D. (1993b). Journal of Humanities, Vol. 3; pp.1-11


The English Language: Changes and Chances within the Nigerian Environment

Eka, D. (2003). Journal of Nigerian English and Literature, Vol. 4 (June); pp 1-20


Lead Paper Presentations


Phonological Structure, Variations and Innovation in Educated Spoken Nigerian English (A Lead Paper). English in the Nigerian Environment: emerging Patterns and New Challenges.

Eka, D. (2007). Referred Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Nigeria English Studies Association (NESA); Held at the University of Uyo, Uyo, Nigeria; September 18-21, 2007; pp 8-17

Further Enquiries into Udoeyop's Study of Soyinka, Clark and Okigbo

Eka, D. (2009). Uyo Conference on Language and Literature (UCOLL); Department of English, University of Uyo, 15 December, 2009


Other Contributions by Professor David Eka


(i) NCE Course Books for Distance Learning System – English

a)Eka, D. (1992). Cycle 4: Topics in Syntax II, NCE Course Book – English Kaduna, Module 2, Units 3-6, pp 88-108

b)Eka, D. (1992a), Cycle 3 Reading Skills II. NCE Course Book – English Kaduna, Module 5, Units 5-10, pp 34-75

c) Eka, D. (1992). Cycle 4: Writing Skills II, NCE Course Book – English; Kaduna, Module 6, Units 1-3; pp 68-87

 


Chief Editor, Journal of Humanities

  1. Eka, D. (1992). Journal of Humanities Vol. 2; September
  2. Eka, D. (1993). Journal of Humanities Vol. 3; September
  3. Eka, D. (1996). Journal of Humanities Vol. 4, January
  4. Eka, D. (1996a). Journal of Humanities Vol. 5; July
  5. Eka, D. (1997). Journal of Humanities Vol. 6; January

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