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Split Intransitivity in Kalanga
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2004)
This paper examines the intransitive verb class in Kalanga, a minority language predominantly spoken in the southwestern parts of Zimbabwe. The paper focuses on split intransitivity, a linguistic concept that describes ...
Transitivity In Kalanga
This thesis examines transitivity as a grammatical aspect of the Kalanga language. The investigation is done using two theoretical frameworks: Relational Grammar (RG) and Hopper and Thompson’s (1980) Transitivity Theory. ...
Negative Advertising as a Strategy of Persuasion in the 2002 Presidential Election Campaign in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe’s 2002 presidential election shall remain a fertile field of study for scholars in various areas of enquiry including rhetoric, the art of persuasive communication. The main reason for this is that the election ...