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Name: Iyabode  Omolara Daniel
Institution: National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos
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Homepage: http://www.nou.edu.ng/noun/index.htm
State and/or Country: Nigeria   
Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics
Syntax
Specialty: Syntax
Subject Language(s): English
Language Family(ies): English
Selected Publications: a. Books
Daniel, I. O. (2000). Love. Okene: Prince of Peace Publications.

Daniel, I. O. (2003). The Reading Skill. Basic English Language Skills.
In Oniemayin, F. E., Medayedu, E. F., Daniel, I. O., (eds.). Ilorin: Nathadex Publishers.

Daniel, I. O. (2004). Children Literature. Literature Studies for Schools and Colleges.
In Oniemayin, F. E., Medayedu, E. F., Daniel, I. O., (eds.). Ilorin: Nathadex Publishers.

Daniel, O. (2004). Inspired Verses. Ibadan: Safmos Publishers.

Daniel, I. O. (2005). Introductory Phonetics and Phonology of English, Ibadan: Safmos Publishers.

Daniel, Iyabode. (2009). Portrayal of Nigerian Women’s Assertiveness in Nigerian Newspapers. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Publishing House Ltd.

Daniel, I. O. (2009). Phonetics and Phonology II: The Suprasegmentals. English Studies for Tertiary Institutions. In Momoh, C., Daniel, I. O., Akuh, A. B. & Njoku, C. N. (Eds.) Ibadan: Safmos Publishers.

Daniel, I. O. (2009). The Reading Skill, English Studies for Tertiary Institutions. In Momoh, C., Daniel, I. O., Akuh, A. B. & Njoku, C. N. (Eds.) Ibadan: Safmos Publishers.

b. Journals
Daniel, I. O. (2001). Nawal El Saadawi and the Woman Question. Journal of English
Studies. VIII.

Daniel, I. O. (2001). Non-Sexism in Linguistic Performance – New Focus for the
Language Education of the 21st Century Nigerian Student. Knowledge Review. 4(4).

Daniel, I. O. (2002). Communication as Socio-cultural Meaning Exchange: The
Example of Richard Wright’s Black Boy. Journal of Languages, Arts and Social Sciences.1.

Daniel, I. O. (2002). Women Empowerment and National Unity: Margaret Ekpo:
Lioness in Nigerian Politics as a Case Study. Arts and Social Sciences Forum. 8(1).

Daniel, I. O. (2003). Gender Equality: Truth v. Fallacy – A Semantic Analysis of Ola
Rotimi’s Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again. Journal of Nigerian, Foreign and English Languages and Literatures. 1(3).

Daniel, I. O. (2008). Barren Rivers and Flowery Women: Metaphors of Domination and Subjugation in Select Poems of Ebi Yeibo and Molara Ogundipe-Leslie. The Journal of Pan African Studies. 2(5), July.

Daniel, I. O. A. (2008). The Woman’s Place in the Yoruba Proverbs. Proverbium. 25. Daniel, I. O. (2008). J. P. Clark-Bekederemo: The Weeping Poet. The African Study
Monograph. 29(4), October.

Daniel, I. O. A. (2008). Comparison of Continuous Assessment and Examination Scores in an English Speech Work Class. Confluence Journal of Education, 4(1), December.

c. To be Published
Daniel, I. O. (forthcoming). Leadership, Language of Power and Womanhood. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Daniel, O. (2006). The Weaker One. Accepted for publication by Literamed Publications (Nigeria) Ltd, Lagos.

Daniel, I. O. (2006). The Style and Power of Nigerian Women in the Nigerian Newspapers. Submitted for publication in Celebration of a Humanist Academic: A Festchrift in Honour of Lekan Oyeleye at the Dept. of English, Univ. of Ibadan.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Introductory Phonetics and Phonology of English
Courses Taught: Sociolinguistics;
Phonetics;
Phonology;
Syntax;
Gender studies;
Literary studies;
Grammar;
Writing and Reading Comprehension
Dissertation Abstract: The Linguistic and Pictorial Representation of Nigerian Women's Assertiveness in Selected Nigerian Newspapers
Academic Paper Abstract: The Style and Power of Nigerian Women in the Nigerian Newspapers



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