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|Name:||Kelechukwu U. Ihemere (IPA: kɛlɛtʃʊkwʊ ɪhɛmɛrɛ)|
|Institution:||University of Westminster|
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|State and/or Country:||United Kingdom|
|Selected Publications:||A Tri-Generational Study of Language Choice and Shift in Port Harcourt (2007). Boca Raton, Florida: Universal Publishers, USA.
A Sequential Analytic Approach to Code-Switching in the Ikwerre community of Port Harcourt, Nigeria (2007). Proceedings of 9th Nordic Conference on Bilingualism at the University of Joensuu. Ed. By Alexandre Nikolayev. Finland: University of Joensuu Press.
An integrated approach to language attitudes: the case of the Ikwerre of Port Harcourt City, Nigeria (2006). Proceedings of 36th Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL 36). Ed. by Olaoba Frank Arasanyin and Michael Pemberton. Cascadilla Press.
A basic description and analytic treatment of noun clauses in Nigerian Pidgin, Nordic Journal of African Studies Vol. 15(3) 2006, pp. 296 – 313.
Static versus Dynamic Models of Language Choice, To appear in the Journal of Pragmatics
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Language Contact and Language Shift: Grammatical and Sociolinguistic Perspectives
|Courses Taught:||Language and Society
Phonetics and Phonology
Topics in English Language
English Historical Linguistics
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