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ENG 411: English Stylistics


ENG 411 is a course that is introduces linguistics students to English stylistics. The course discuses about language varieties, types of language and different levels of language structure.

Summary of ENG 411

Stylistics

Divided into two

  1. Literary-gives additional information that helps in understanding the text
  2. Linguistic stylistics-identifies pattern of language in written and spoken text

Importance of stylistics devices

-sharpen our understanding and appreciation of literary works

-helps in translation

-help in giving judgment

Language Terminologies

Features

Any bit of writing that you can feature out from a piece of writing. Types of features;

Common core feature & Multilevel features.


Levels of stylistic analysis

They are divided into five;

  1. Phonetic/Graphetic

Graphetic features include italics, underlining, bolding, capitalization and font size

Phonetic appears in spoken language e.g voice

  1. Phonological/graphological

Graphological: Comprise of punctuations, spellings, arrangement of words, and spacing of words

Phonological: repetition of sounds, intonation, stress

  1. Grammatical

Consider: inter sentential relationship, sentence psychology, sentence structure, clauses, word typology,

  1. Lexical Level

Looks at individual word and their pattern of combination

  1. Semantical level

Meaning of entire text.

Dimensions of linguistic Features

  1. Dimensions according to User (individuality , user of word fillers, dialect, time factor, similarity features)
  2. Dimensions according to use (medium of communication, nature of participation…)

Situational variables

  1. Linguistic contexts
  2. Complex medium
  3. News broadcast
  4. Feature of province-profession
  5. Status
  6. Modality

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List of Recognized Programmes offered in Mount Kenya University

Find below a list of recognized programmes offered in Mount Kenya University as of March 2014. If your course is not in this list then it might have been recognized after March 2014.

1. Bachelor of Biomedical Laboratory Science

2.   Bachelor of Business Information Technology

3.   Bachelor of Pharmacy

4.   Bachelor of Business Management


5.   Bachelor of Counselling

6.   Bachelor of Education (Arts)

7.   Bachelor of Education (Science)

8.   Bachelor of Science in Clinical Medicine

This information has been adapted from the COMMISSION FOR UNIVERSITY EDUCATION official website http://www.cue.or.ke

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List of Recognized Programmes offered in Africa Nazarene University

Find below a list of recognized programmes offered in Africa Nazarene University as of March 2014. If your course is not in this list then it might have been recognized after March 2014.

 

1. Bachelor of Commerce

2.   Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

3.   Bachelor of Theology

4.   Master of Arts in Religion

5. Bachelor of Business and Information Technology

6.   Bachelor of Mass Communication

7.   Bachelor of Science in Dryland Natural Resource Management   2006

8.   Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Education


9.   Bachelor of Education in Primary Education

10. Bachelor of Education in Secondary Education

11. Bachelor of Commerce in Human Resource Management

12. Bachelor of Science in International Business Management

13. Bachelor of Arts in Psychological Counseling

14. Bachelor of Arts in Peace and Conflict Resolution

15. Bachelor of Laws

16. Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry

17. Master of Business Administration

This information has been adapted from the COMMISSION FOR UNIVERSITY EDUCATION official website http://www.cue.or.ke

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List of Recognized Programmes offered in Daystar University

Find below a list of recognized programmes offered in Daystar University as of March 2014. If your course is not in this list then it might have been recognized after March 2014.

 

1.   Bachelor of Arts in Bible Studies

2.   Bachelor of Arts in Communication

3.   Bachelor of Arts in Community Development

4.   Bachelor of Arts in English

5.   Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature

6.   Bachelor of Arts in Music

7.   Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

8.   Bachelor of Arts in Social Work

9.   Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting

10. Bachelor of Commerce in Business Administration

11. Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing

12. Bachelor of Education in Accounting

13. Master of Arts in Christian Ministries

14. Master of Arts in Communication

15. Bachelor of Science in Applied Computer Science

16. Bachelor of Science in Social Work

17. Bachelor of Commerce in Management Information Systems

18. Master of Business Administration

19. Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology

20. Bachelor of Commerce in Purchasing and Business Logistics

21. Master of Theology in African Christianity

22. Postgraduate Diploma in Education

23. Postgraduate Diploma in Child Development

24. Bachelor of Arts in French Bachelor of Science in Physics

25. Bachelor of Arts in Peace and Conflict Transformation

26. Bachelor of Arts in Technical and Professional Communication

27. Bachelor of Commerce: Law Option

28. Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Development)

29. Bachelor of Theology

30. Master of Arts in Child Development

31. Mtaala ya Kiswahili

32. Doctor of Philosophy in Communication

33. Bachelor of Science in Nursing

34. Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health

35. Bachelor of Science in Management in Mathematics

36. Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology

37. Master of Arts in Community Development

38. Master of Arts in Monitoring and Evaluation

39. Bachelor of Arts in International Relations

This information has been adapted from the COMMISSION FOR UNIVERSITY EDUCATION official website http://www.cue.or.ke

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List of Recognized Programmes offered in Catholic university of East Africa

Find below a list of recognized programmes offered in Catholic university of East Africa as of March 2014. If your course is not in this list then it might have been recognized after March 2014.

 

1. Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

2.   Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies

3.   Bachelor of Arts in Economics

4.   Bachelor of Arts in Geography

5.   Bachelor of Arts in History

6.   Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy

7.   Bachelor of Arts in Political Sciences

8.   Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies

9.   Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences

10. Bachelor of Arts in Social Work

11. Bachelor of Arts in Sociology

12. Bachelor of Commerce

13. Bachelor of Theology

14. Bachelor of Church Management and Leadership

15. Bachelor of Education (Biology)

16. Bachelor of Education (Chemistry)

17. Bachelor of Education (Physics)

18. Bachelor of Education in Computer Science

19. Bachelor of Science in Biology

20. Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

21. Bachelor of Science in Physics

22. Master of Business Administration

23. Master of Education (Curriculum, Research studies & Evaluation,

Educational Administration and Leadership)

24. Master of Science in Mathematics

25. Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies

26. Bachelor of Education (Kiswahili)

27. Bachelor of Laws

28. Doctor of Philosophy in Education

29. Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics

30. Bachelor of Education in Psychology

31. Bachelor of Justice and Peace

32. Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy

33. Master of Arts in History

34. Doctor of Business Administration

35. Bachelor of Actuarial Science

36. Bachelor of Science in Library & Information Science

37. Master of Arts in Development Studies

38. Master of Arts in Sociology

39. Shahada ya kwanza ya sanaa Katika Kiswahili

40. Master of Arts in Peace Studies

41. Master of Arts in Project Planning and Management

42. Master of Arts in Social Work

43. Master of Arts in Political Science

This information has been adapted from the COMMISSION FOR UNIVERSITY EDUCATION official website http://www.cue.or.ke

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