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Nathan O. Ogechi
Professor of African linguistics
Deputy Vice Chancellor - Students Affairs
3900-30100, Eldoret, Kenya
(Last updated: July 15, 2019)
Ogechi, N.O. & Bosire-Ogechi, E.
Identity and the New Communication Technologies: Evidence from Kenya
Cultural Identity and New Communication Technologies: Political, Ethnic and Ideological Implications
. IGI Global, p. 23–39.
Ogechi, N.O. & Ogechi, E.B.
Cultural identity and new communication technologies: political, ethnic and ideological implications
. In IGI Global; Hershey, Pennyslavania, USA.
The role of foreign and indigenous languages in primary schools: The case of Kenya
Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics PLUS
, 38, p.143–158.
Kembo-Sure, E. & Ogechi, N.O.
Linguistic human rights and language policy in the Kenyan education system
Sheng as a Youth Identity Marker: Reality or Misconception?
Culture, performance & identity. Paths of communication in Kenya
Building Bridges through trichotomous youth identities in Kenya: Evidence from code choice
Cultural Production and Change in Kenya: Building Bridges