The Writing Centerin Universities helps students to master the art of writing proper scholarly papers, and write well. That is the objective of Norms of Academic Writing.
Norms of Academic Writing
- Trim Size:6.000″ x 9.000″ (229mm x 152mm)
- Interior Color and Paper:Black & White: White
- Binding: Hardback: Case Laminate
- Cover Finish: Gloss
- Page Count: 138
- Print ISBN: 978-9988-8800-7-1/li>
- Enable Look Inside the Book: Y
- Carton Qty: 44
- Espresso: Y
- Release Date: 01 Jun 2020
- Publication Date: 01 Jun 2020
- Reference/Research: Audience – College Textbook
This two-day Colloquium brings together discussants to explore the several aspects of transformations in the praxis, theory, and methodology of Language, Literature and Communication (LLC) in Africa. LLC in Africa, in the last decade, has been impacted by mass culture and consumption from which new alternative possibilities of speaking, reading, writing and communicating have began to emerge. These new alternative possibilities evoke a revealing sense of direction that sometimes leads to theoretical models in praxis and pedagogical approaches towards LLC. Furthermore, the new possibilities also can become problematic as they create dilemmas that beckon intellectual intervention to unmask the contradictions that characterize the LLC. The Colloquium therefore offers new ways of engaging LLC as an area of specialization, tension and contradiction. Discussants will particularly focus on Africa, the patterns of positives and negatives that have emerged in the intellectual space situated in a number of conceptual axes from which LLC can be engaged.