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Dr. Emily Ogutu

Emily_ogutu
 

Title:Dr
Position:
Senior Lecturer
Department:
English and Linguistics
Contact Address:Kenyatta University,P.O. Box 43844,Nairobi 00100 -  Kenya
Private Address: P.O. Box 43199, Nairobi 00100 – Kenya
Tel: (+254-2) 810901 EXT 57338
Tel: (+254 ) 0722 756 650
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Publications
a).Research Papers

  • Ogutu, Ea, Ojwang, B   Matu (2010). “Face Attack And Patients' Response Strategies In A Kenyan Hospital” Journal: Journal Of Sociolinguistics
  • Ogutu E.A. & Nthiga P.M. (2008). “Taking The Chance: African Languages In The Classroom:Blessing, Not Curse”. In Mutasa, D.A. & Ogutu E.A. (2008) (Eds). Teaching And Administering In African Languages. Pretoria: Simba Guru Publishers.
  • Ogutu E.A.(2006).”Mother Tongue Amidst Other Languages: Playing Roles In The Classroom And Outside”. In Mutasa D.E (Ed) African Languages In The 21st Century: The Main Challenges.Pretoria: Simba Guru Publishers.
  • Ogutu E.A. (2006) ‘Our Flora And Fauna In Our Proverbs And Sayings – Our Aesthetics In Discourse - Our Wisdom’. In Indagasi H, Nyamasyo E. & Wasamba P. (Eds.) Our Landscapes Our Narratives. Proceedings In The Conference Of East African Oral Literature. Kola. Nairobi.
  • Ogutu E.A. And Kanana F. E. (2004) “ Code Switching In Multilingual Situation: Opposing Views”.In Disparities In Developing Countries: Types Challenges And The Way  Forward. Atws –     Kenya Chapter.
  • Onditi T. L. And Ogutu E.A. (2002). “ The Use Of Mother Tongue And Tribalism – A Misconceived Association”. In Owino R.F. (Ed.) Speaking African: African Languages For Education And Development. Cape Town Casas.
  • Ogutu E. A. (2000) “Discovering Successful Second Language Writing Strategies”.  In Kimani N.  Et. Al. (Eds.) Kiswahili Katika Karne  Ya Ishirini Na Moja  (Kiswahili In The 21st Century). Cape Town:Centre For Advanced Studies Of African Society

b).Books

  • Ogutu E.A.,Makuto V. And  Nyamasyo E. 2010. Discourse Markers Among Speakers Of Kabras:Forms And Functions
  • Ogutu E.A.And Nyamasyo E.A. (2009). “Discourse Analysis”. A Teaching Module Written For Kenyatta University Institute For Open Learning.
  • Ogutu E.A. &Mutasa, D.A. (2008) (Eds). Teaching And Administering In African Languages.Pretoria: Simba Guru Publisher.
  • Ogutu E. A And Kisirkoi  F. (2005) Africa Wide Integrated English Form 3 Students Book. Nairobi,Africawide Network.
  • Ogutu E.A. (2002). “An Introduction To The Grammar Of English”. A Teaching Module Written For Kenyatta University Institute For Open Learning.

c).Unpublished Research Works

  • Ogutu, E.A. (1996) "An Analysis Of Cohesion And Coherence Structure In Texts Written By Secondary School Esl Learners In Kenya". An Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University Of Birmingham, Uk.
  • Ogutu, E.A. (1999b) “ Towards Effective Writing: Guidelines For The Esl Writer’s Teacher”. A  Paper Presented At The Uasin Gishu Secondary School Teachers Of English And Literature Workshop At Kenyatta University. 1999. Unpublished.
  • Ogutu, E.A. (2002)  “An African Language Classroom Discourse: Two Challenges Of The Instructor”. A Paper Presented At The 2nd International Conference On African Languages-Hammanskraal Campus–University Of Pretoria.  Unpublished

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