Felix Bayode OkeAnchor University Lagos · Languages & Linguistics
Felix Bayode Oke
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Felix Bayode Oke currently works at the Department of Languages & Linguistics, Anchor University Lagos. Felix does research in Discourse Analysis, Computational Linguistics, Pragmatics and Digital Humanities. My current project is 'Identity Construction in Terrorism Discourse'. Also, I am currently working on Digital Festival Project in Nigeria.
February 2017 - present
Anchor University Lagos
October 2013 - January 2017
Federal University of Technology Akure
- English Tutor
This paper extends the frontier of research in the marketisation of higher education institution by investigating the pragmatics of promotional features and discourse strategies in the postgraduate school prospectus. The data for the study is the University of Ibadan postgraduate school prospectus (2015 edition) downloaded from the university websi...
This study examines media coverage on flood in Lekki-Peninsula, an area on the Lagos Island in Nigeria which contains expensive residential suburbs that throws poverty into the Atlantic Ocean and prone to flooding anytime it rains. The analysis draws on Van Dijk's (1998) socio-cognitive approach and Fairclough's (1995) approach of intertextual anal...
Research in the study of names, that is, onomastics, present areas of name study which include personal names (anthroponyms), place names (toponyms), acronyms, brand names and trade names among others. These studies provide explanations based on how linguistic disciplines have helped to shape the interpretation of names in general. In this current...
The health benefits including the basic nutritional functions of functional food and nutraceuticals have been given much attention in recent times. In all, there seems to be limited research on the consumer acceptability and consumption of functional food and nutraceuticals in order to increase the health care delivery. Thus, this study investigate...
Studies on discourses on “otherness” have largely concentrated on group identity from the outside in. In terrorism discourse, the construction of self as a form of social identity has been viewed from the dichotomy of inclusion/exclusion without proper attention given to the way the group construct or negotiate their identity. Despite several schol...