AN APPRAISAL on SOCIOLINGUISTIC STUDY OF CODE-MIXING AND CODE-SWITCHING IN NIGERIAN INSTITUTIONS

AN APPRAISAL OF SOCIOLINGUISTIC STUDY OF CODE-MIXING AND CODE-SWITCHING IN NIGERIAN INSTITUTIONS
TABLE OF
CONTENTS
Title
page                                                                                                        
Certification
                                                                                                 
Dedication
                                                                                                    
Acknowledgements
                                                                                      
Table of
contents                                                                                           
Abstract
                                                                                                        
CHAPTER ONE
GENERAL INTRODUCTION
1.0             
Introduction                                                                                       
1.1       Aims and objectives                                                                
1.2       Justification                                                                                        
1.3       Significance of the study                                                                   
1.4       Scope and Delimitation                                                                     
1.5       Methodology                                                                                     
CHAPTER TWO
LITERATURE REVIEW
2.0             
Introduction                                                                                        
2.1       Sociolinguistics                                                                            
2.2       Scope of sociolinguistics                                                                    
2.3       Concepts of sociolinguistics                                                              
2.3.1    Speech community                                                                            
2.3.2    Language contact                                                                              
2.3.3    Multilingualism/Bilingualism                                                  
2.3.3.1 Types of Multilingualism/Bilingualism                                              
2.3.4    Effects of Bilingualism/Multilingualism                                            
2.3.4.1 Diglossia                                                                                            
2.3.4.2 Code-switching                                                                                  
2.3.4.3 Code-mixing                                                                                      
2.3.4.4 Differences between code-mixing and
code-switching                    
2.3.4.5 Reasons for code-mixing                                                                  
2.3.4.6 Categorization of code-mixing                                                          
CHAPTER THREE
DATA ANALYSIS  
3.0       Introduction                                                                                       
3.1       Data presentation and analysis                                                          
3.2       Conclusion                                                                                         
CHAPTER FOUR               
            SUMMARY, FINDINGS, RECOMMENDATION
AND CONCLUSION
4.0       Introduction                                                                                       
4.1       Summary                                                                                           
4.2       Findings                                                                                             
4.3       Recommendation                                                                               
4.4       Conclusion                                                                                         
Bibliography                                                                                      
CHAPTER
ONE
1.0       INTRODUCTION
One aspect of language
study that attracts much attention today is sociolinguistics. It examines the
use of language by considering social parameter. This field is relatively wide
and it encompasses a lot of variables like the context of the situation, age,
status etc. among other variables that can be found in sociolinguistics are
code mixing, diglossia, Code-switching, language death etc.
Code-mixing and
code-switching are important aspect of sociolinguistic given their use and
status in the society. Different reasons have been advanced by various writers
and scholars as to why people code-mix and code-switch. Whatever the reasons,
they are to some extent reasonable. However, it obvious that they have both the
negative and positive effects closely associated with them. It there becomes
necessary that these concepts which are directly related to human society and
our educational system be given adequate attention so that they are known and
also used effectively where necessarily.
In a society where
individuals speak more than one language there is usually a language that is
naturally influenced by the others. Some of the effects of multilingualism are
code-mixing and code-switching, bilingualism, diglossia etc when a speaker
comes in contact with two or more languages he or she may start to use the languages
together even though it might not be with equal proficiency. However these
languages affect one another and often lead to code-mixing and code-switching.
Code-mixing and
code-switching occurs when elements of two or more languages are mixed between
sentences, clauses and phrases. These concepts are products of bilingualism and
they are the focus of this research work. Some researches have shown that
students code-mix and code-switch in order to be admitted into some social
situations.
It is on this note that
this research work intends to find out if undergraduates of University of
Ilorin code-mix and code-switch, and also intend to find out why if they
code-mix and code-switch. Thus in carrying out this research work, code-mixing
and code-switching as concepts of sociolinguistics will be given attention
thereby bringing it to the notice of the people who are not linguistics.
1.1       AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
This research work
intends to conduct a sociolinguistic study on code-mixing and code-switching
and to also carry out a practical study of how these concepts occur in the
conversation of Nigerian undergraduates especially students of University of
Ilorin. In this project, we will attempt to determine the motivation or causes
underlying the use of code-mixing and code-switching

Moreover, this
research work will examine the effects

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