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Dr. Lilian K. Kaviti Publications
12018: The New Curriculum Of Education In Kenya: A Linguistic And Education Paradigm Shift.
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220182018: Kaviti, L. Towards Bridging The Linguistic, Cultural And Digital Divide: A Paradigm Shift To Social Justice And Equality In Kenya’s Education System. Department Of Linguistics And Languages. University Of Nairobi Journal Of Language And Linguistics,
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320162016: Kaviti, L: “Grammatical Features Of English Used In East And West Africa: A Case Study Of Spoken English Used In Kenya And Nigeria.” In The International Journal Of Language And Linguistics, (IJLL) Vol 3 No 3, July 2016. (Ed). Micheal King, New York
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42016“African Adaptation Processes In English: A Comparative Analysis Of Nigerian Pidgin English And Kenyan “Engsh”.
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520162016 Kaviti, L. Expanding The Sociolinguistic Space For The Emergence Of Hybrid Languages In Kenya’s Curriculum Change. Special Volume On Mother Tongue Issues, Department Of Linguistics And Languages Bible And Translation. In Africa; The Case Of Kenya.
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620152015: Kaviti, L. “Impact Of The Tamar Communication Strategy On Sexual A Gender-Based Violence In Eastern Africa.”
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720152015: Kaviti, L: “From Stigma To Status: Sheng And Engsh In Kenya’s Linguistic And Literary Space”;
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82014The Evolution Of Urban Hybrid Languages In Kenya: The Case Of Sheng And Engsh.”
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92014Cry Of The Heart
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102012Tensions Between Children's Rights And Culture: The Case Of Child Participation In Kenya.
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112011Perspectives In Bantu Grammar-The Case Of Kikamba. VDM-Verlag Dr. Muller, Gmblt & Co, Saabrucken, Germany.
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122011A Communications Strategy And Marketing Handbook For The International Peace Support Training Centre: Kenya,
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132011Perspectives In Bantu Grammar-The Case Of Kikamba
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142009Child Participation In Kenya Schools: Myth Or Reality?
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152008Hip Hop Music: Artistic Creativity Gone Bad
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162006Gender Stereotypes In Kenyan Newspaper Cartoons
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172006Rejoinder To Alina Rinkanya's Article On Sheng Literature In Kenya. A Revival?
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