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Bilingualism and biculturalism in Canada and South Africa

In South Africa 60% of the white population can speak both official languages English and Afrikaans but in Canada only 12% can speak both English and French. The theme of this paper is the parallel lines that can be distinguished between the Canad...

Sexist Overtones In Kiswahili Female Metaphors: A Critical Analysis

"This study represents an attempt to critically analyze sexist overtones evident in Kiswahili metaphors. Specific interest is focused on attitudes towards women, questions of central focus for the research includes: What are the most frequently us...

The High Costs and Consequences of Rwanda's Shift in Language Policy Reform from French to English

"Language policy in Rwanda has revolved around three languages— Kinyarwanda, the indigenous language of Rwandans, French and English: 90 percent of the population speaks Kinyarwanda; 8 percent speaks French; and, 4 percent speaks English. In the a...

Education Language Choice and Youth Entrepreneurship in Chad

Using the third Chadian survey on consumption and the informal sector (ECOSIT III), this study aims to assess the relationship between education language choice and entrepreneurship in Chad. By education language choice, we mean the choice betwe...

Cameroon's Linguistic Divide Deepens to Rift on Questions of Democracy, Trust, National Identity

After more than a half-century as a single nation with a dual colonial heritage and two official languages – French and English – Cameroon is in danger of coming apart. Protests against perceived discrimination and lack of inclusion began peaceful...

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