Go to AfricaBib home

Go to AfricaBib home AfricaBib Go to database home

bibliographic database
Line
Search results
Previous page New search

Search: su=Shona language
Found: 63 Record 1-63

Periodical articleMangoya, Esau; Mheta, Gift (2016)
See this publicationA comparative study of operations of liquids in Barwe and Central Shona
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 47 #2. p. 151-165.

Periodical articlePongweni, Alex (2016)
Individual agency and responsibility in African proverbial discourse
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 5 #2. p. 152-171.

Periodical articleMugari, Victor (2015)
See this publicationTheoretical aspects of the chiShona passive
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 46 #1. p. 98-116.

Periodical articleSiziba, Gugulethu (2014)
See this publicationLanguage and identity negotiations: an analysis of the experiences of Zimbabwean migrants in Johannesburg, South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Cultural Studies. Volume 26 #2. p. 173-188.

Periodical articleTaringa, Beatrice (2014)
Implications of the portrayal of women in Shona proverbs for gender sensitive teaching and learning of ChiShona
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 26 #3. p. 395-408.

BookBhebe, Ngwabi; Viriri, Advice (eds.) (2012)
Shona proverbs: palm oil with which African words are eaten
Gweru: Booklove Publishers. 787p.

Periodical articleKaguda, Darmarris (2012)
Death and dying: an analysis of the language used in coping with death in the Shona society
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 1 #2. p. 57-68.

Periodical articleKadenge, Maxwell; Mavunga, George (2011)
See this publicationThe Zimbabwe crisis as captured in Shona metaphor
Abstract presentJournal of African Cultural Studies. Volume 23 #2. p. 153-164.

Periodical articleGora, Ruth; Mavunga, G.; Muringani, B.; Waniwa, F. (2010)
The use of Shona as a medium of instruction in the first three grades of primary school in a Tonga speaking community: parents' and teachers' perceptions
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 22 #1. March. p. 87-102.

Periodical articleMachakanja, I. (2010)
Analysis of body and sensory perception: conceptual metaphors in English and Shona
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 22 #3. November. p. 261-275.

Periodical articleMavunga, George (2010)
The use of Shona as the medium of instruction in the first three grades of primary school in a Tonga-speaking community: teachers' and parents' perceptions
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 41 #1. p. 126-147.

Periodical articleMuhwati, Itai (2009)
Stultifying gender binaries in HIV and AIDS related novelistic discourse: implications for gender education
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 21 #3. November. p. 255-275.

Periodical articleNyota, Shumirai; Mapara, Jacob; Mutasa, Davie E. (2009)
Purposeful naming: the case of beer halls named during both the colonial Rhodesia era and present day Zimbabwe
Abstract presentJournal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 24 #1. p. 141-163.

Periodical articleVeit-Wild, Flora (2009)
See this publication'Zimbolicious': the creative potential of linguistic innovation: the case of Shona-English in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 35 #3. p. 683-697.

Periodical articleMudzingwa, C. (2008)
Minimality in Zezuru
Nawa (Windhoek, Namibia). Volume 2 #1. June. p. 33-57.

Periodical articleNyota, S. (2008)
The communicative impact of shona commercial advertisements: a speech act theory analysis approach
Nawa (Windhoek, Namibia). Volume 2 #1. June. p. 92-105.

Periodical articlePfukwa, C. (2008)
Shona description of diurnal time: an onomastic perspective
Nawa (Windhoek, Namibia). Volume 2 #1. June. p. 58-65.

Periodical issueMalaba, Mbongeni Z.; Davis, Geoffrey V. (eds.) (2007)
See this publicationZimbabwean transitions: essays on Zimbabwean literature in English, Ndebele and Shona
Abstract presentMatatu: Journal for African Culture and Society. Volume 34. 244p.

Periodical articleOmoregie, F.-K. (2007)
Language and communication in the kurova guva ceremony in Zimbabwe
Marang: Journal of Language and Literature. #17. p. 53-69.

Periodical articleChapanga, Evans; Makamani, Rewai (2006)
Teaching Shona in English/Shona: ideological challenges and implications: whither University of Zimbabwe (UZ) and Masvingo State University (MASU)?
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 18 #3. December. p. 383-397.

Periodical articleMuhwati, Itai (2005)
A critical appreciation of victimhood in Mungoshi's Shona novels
Zambezia. Volume 32 #1-2. p. 78-94.

Periodical articleMashiri, Pedzisai (2004)
More than mere linguistic tricks: the sociopragmatic functions of some nicknames used by Shona-speaking people in Harare
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 31 #1-2. p. 22-45.

Periodical articleChitauro-Mawema, Moreblessings B. (2003)
Mvana and Their Children: The Language of the Shona People as it Relates to Women and Women's Space
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 30 #2. p. 135-153.

Periodical articleHarford, Carolyn (2003)
Perfective Stems in Shona
Zambezia. Volume 30 #2. p. 190-203.

Periodical articleMashiri, Pedzisai (2003)
A Socio-Linguistic Interpretation of the Social Meanings of Kinship Terms in Shona Urban Interactions
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 30 #2. p. 204-228.

Periodical articleMberi, N.E. (2003)
Metaphors in Shona: A Cognitive Approach
Zambezia. Volume 30 #1. p. 72-88.

Periodical articleMashiri, Pedzisai; Mawomo, Kenneth; Tom, Patrick (2002)
Naming the Pandemic: Semantic and Ethical Foundations of HIV/AIDS Shona Vocabulary
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 29 #2. p. 221-234.

Periodical articleMkanganwi, K.G. (2002)
'Shona (Derivational) Morphology: An Observation in Search of a Theory'
Zambezia. Volume 29 #2. p. 174-190.

Periodical articleMpofu, N. (2002)
Lexicographical Developments in the Shona Language as Reflected in the Making of the Duramazwi Guru ReChiShona (DGS)
Zambezia. Volume 29 #2. p. 149-155.

Periodical articleJefferies, A.A. (2000)
This is This, and Here are Some Examples: Verbalisers and Extensions in Shona
Zambezia. Volume 27 #1. p. 1-26.

Periodical articleMawadza, F. (2000)
Harare Shona Slang: A Linguistic Study
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 27 #1. p. 93-101.

Periodical articleMkanganwi, K.G. (2000)
Morpho(?)phono(?)logical Fuzzy Edges: The Case of {-/I/-}/{-/U/-} Semantic(?) Contrast in Shona
Zambezia. Volume 27 #1. p. 47-53.

Periodical articleNyawaranda, Vitalis (2000)
The use of the mother tongue (Shona, L1) in second language (English, L2) instruction and learning in Zimbabwe: a case for a common underlying hypothesis
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 12 #1. March. p. 25-42.

Periodical articleDube, Ruth; Cleghorn, Ailie (1999)
Codeswitching in mathematics lessons in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 11 #1. March. p. 1-12.

Periodical articleHarford, C. (1999)
Shona disyllabification and the prosody-syntax interface in optimality theory
Malilime. #1. p. 22-40.

Periodical articleLilford, Grant (1999)
Transformations of a manfish: changing allegories for the 'njuzu' in Shona literature
Abstract presentJournal des africanistes. Volume 69 #1. p. 199-219.

Periodical articleMashiri, Pedzisai (1999)
Terms of Address in Shona: A Sociolinguistic Approach
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 26 #1. p. 93-110.

Periodical articleThondhlana, J. (1999)
Integrating language and culture in second language teaching: some examples from Shona
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 11 #2. July. p. 34-56.

Periodical articleChiwome, Emmanuel (1998)
More exploration with less didacticism: a challenge for the contemporary Shona novelist
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 10 #2. July. p. 115-126.

Periodical articleHarford, C. (1997)
When two vowels go walking; vowel coalescence in Shona
Zambezia. Volume 24 #1. p. 69-85.

Periodical articleChitiga, M. (1995)
Prizing Shona lightly: the teaching of Shona in primary schools
Zimbabwean Review. Volume 1 #1. April. p. 12-13.

Periodical articleJeater, Diana (1995)
See this publicationThe way you tell them: language, ideology and development policy in Southern Rhodesia
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 54 #2. p. 1-15.

Periodical articleLafon, Michel (1994)
Shona Class 5 Revisited: A Case against Ri- as Class 5 Nominal Prefix
Zambezia. Volume 21 #1. p. 51-80.

Periodical articleFortune, George (1993)
See this publicationThe contribution of C.M. Doke to written Shona
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 52 #2. p. 103-129.

Periodical articleChimhundu, Herbert (1992)
See this publicationEarly Missionaries and the Ethnolinguistic Factor during the 'Invention of Tribalism' in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 33 #1. p. 87-109.

Periodical articlePongweni, A.J.C. (1992)
The orature of a culture in transition: subversion and legitimation
Abstract presentJournal of Asian and African Studies (Tokyo). #43. p. 149-168.

Periodical articleChiwome, E.M.; Thondhlana, Juliet (1989)
The Teaching of Shona through the Medium of Shona and English in High Schools and at the University of Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 16 #2. p. 159-171.

Periodical articleFortune, G. (1984)
See this publicationSome recurrent structures in Shona praise poetry
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 43 #2. p. 161-169.

Periodical articlePongweni, Alec J.C. (1982)
Some Shona word derivation processes: the case of the class 9/10 (N) prefix
Abstract presentJournal of Asian and African Studies (Tokyo). #24. p. 106-119.

Periodical articleDembetembe, N.C. (1981)
Remarks on Some Syntactic Noun Features in Shona
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 9 #2. p. 103-117.

Periodical articleEhret, Christopher; Kinsman, Margaret (1981)
See this publicationShona Dialect Classification and Its Implications for Iron Age History in Southern Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 14 #3. p. 401-443.

Periodical articleChimhundu, Herbert (1980)
Shumo, Tsumo and Socialization
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 8 #1. p. 37-51.

Periodical articleChimhundu, Herbert (1979)
Some Problems Relating to the Incorporation of Loanwords in the Lexicon
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 7 #1. p. 75-91.

Periodical articleDembetembe, N.C. (1979)
A Syntactic Classification of Non-Auxiliary Verbs in Shona
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 7 #1. p. 49-59.

Periodical articleFortune, G. (1979)
Shona Lexicography
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 7 #1. p. 21-47.

Periodical articleKumbirai, J.C. (1979)
Shona Bible Translation: The Work of the Revd Michael Hannan, S.J
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 7 #1. p. 61-74.

Periodical articleMkanganwi, K.G. (1975)
A description of Shona spelling
Abstract presentAfrican Languages. Volume 1. p. 225-258.

Periodical articleFortune, G. (1969)
75 Years of Writing in Shona
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 1 #1. January. p. 55-67.

Periodical articleHannan, S.J. (1958)
Shona dictionary
Abstract presentNada: The Southern Rhodesia Native Affairs Department Annual. Volume 35. p. 18-38.

Periodical articleJackson, S.K. (1957)
The names of the Vashone
Abstract presentNada: The Southern Rhodesia Native Affairs Department Annual. Volume 34. p. 116-122.

Periodical articleHannan, M. (1954)
Mgano Dzokupunza, Shona fireside songs
Abstract presentNada: The Southern Rhodesia Native Affairs Department Annual. Volume 31. p. 30-37.

Periodical articleFortune, G. (1950)
See this publication'To be' and 'to have' in Shona
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 86-91.

Periodical articleFortune, G. (1949)
See this publicationThe conjugation of inchoative verbs in Shona
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 8 #3. p. 132-140.

Search: su=Shona language
Found: 63 Record 1-63

Previous page New search