Arua E. Arua's research while affiliated with University of Botswana and other places

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Article
This paper examines the patterns of language use and language preference of some children aged 6–15 and their parents at the University of Botswana. The results indicate that the majority of the children speak Setswana and English, despite the fact that they come from different language groups. However, Setswana, the national language, is the more...

Citations

... Yeh et al., (2004) similarly reports that each individual non-Mainlander group tends to use the national language, Mandarin, more in the high domains than in low domains, and their native languages more in low domains than in high domains. The domain allocation of language choice and use was also found in the works of Nercissians (2001), Arua and Magocha (2002) and Goebel (2002). The concept of domain and domain analysis, however, has been criticized. ...