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Sub-Saharan African image in the German elite press (1979-1999)

Messan Mawugbe

Sub-Saharan African image in the German elite press (1979-1999)

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Published by Universit at Gesamthochschule Siegen FB 3 in Siegen .
Written in English

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    SeriesSeries languages and mass communication studies -- 4
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20804859M
    ISBN 103936533024

    However, the main focus of this guide is on local African languages of non-European origin. Frankfurt University Library, Germany. The DFG-funded special subject collection on Africa South of the Sahara uses keywords according to the German authority file GND and the RWSK-rules. Most African men speak, in addition, several indigenous tongues, and Africans, as a group, are by far the most polyglottal group in South Africa. The completely fluent use of grammatical English is still limited to a small educated urban elite, however.


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