Linguistics and Communication Studies
Okon, B. A. and Ansa, S. A. (2009). Language and socio-cultural value: An analysis of Ibibio proverbs. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research. Vol.6 No. 1 pp. 125 – 130. (Swaziland) Indexed in Google Scholar
Okon, B. A.; Ekpe, E. L.; Ansa, S. A. and Udoinyang, M. E. (2010). The use of Ibibio traditional means of communication. Annals of Humanities
Okon, B. A. and Ansa, S. A. (2012). Language, culture and communication: The Ibibio worldview. Studies in Literature and Language. Vol.5. No.3, pp. 70 – 74. (Canada), www.cscanada.org. Indexed in Google Scholar.
Offiong, A. O. and Ansa, S. A. (2013). The Efik language: A historical profile. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. University of North Carolina.Vol.3, No.21, pp 23 – 31. Indexed in Google Scholar.
Ansa, S.A. (2002). Language use in a multilingual community: The Calabar example. Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal Vol.V, No.11. pp 11-132.
Ansa, S.A. (2003). Self-report of language choice and language attitude in Calabar: implications for the use of English. Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities. Vol.4, No.1. pp. 89-96.
Nta, G.E.; Umoh, S.J.; Okon, B.A. and Ansa, S.A. (2003). Drama sketch as a second language acquisition strategy. Journal of Nigeria English and Literature (JONEL) Vol.4. pp. 191-200.
Nta, E.G.; Ansa, S.A.; and Okon, B.A. (2004). Phonological variation in Nigeria English problems and prospects. CALEL, Currents in African Literature and the English Language Vol.2 pp 205-215.
Ansa, S.A. and Okon, B.A. (2004). Names as cultural identity: A sociolinguistic investigation of the Ibibio. International Journal of Linguistics and Communication. Maiden edition. pp 182-190.
Ansa, S.A. (2004). Language planning and national integration:The Nigerian perspective. Global Journal of Humanities, Vol.3, No. 1and 2. pp 21-26.
Ansa, S.A. and Okon, B.A. (2005). Non-effective communication as a result of poor reading habits among UNICAL students. Journal of Applied Literacy and Reading. Vol.2. pp 99-105.
Ansa, S.A. and Okon, B.A. (2005).The technique of teaching been and being in a second language situation. Journal of English Studies (JES) Vol. ix. pp 89-96.
Okon, B. A.; Ansa, S.A., and Udoinyang, M.E. (2007). Linguistics and mother tongue education: Problems and prospects. International Journal of Linguistics and Communication. Vol.1/2. pp 35 – 44.
Ansa, S.A. and Okon, B.A. (2009). Language use in the Qua clans in Calabar: Implications for the maintenance of Ekin. Journal of Linguistic Association of Nigeria. No.12. pp.109-117.
Okon,B.A.and Ansa S.A. (2011).The use of numerical slang among undergraduate students in some Nigerian universities: Implications for language use.USEM – Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Literature.Vol.4. pp. 17 – 29.
Okon, B. A.; Ekpe, E. L.; Ansa, S. A. (2014). Documenting the significance of the Ibibio traditional marriage gift items: A communicative approach. International Journal of Language and linguistics. 2(3), 134 – 245. pp 181 – 189.
Ansa, S. A. and Okon, B. A. (2014). Names as index of social history: The Efik example. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. USA.Vol.4, No.28. pp 83 – 92. Indexed in Google Scholar.
Ansa, S.A. (2001). Sociolinguistic analysis of gender disparity in Ama Ata Aidoo’s Changes: A Love Story. In The Paragon. 1/1: 147-153.
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|Teaching Oral English Skills to the Nigerian Child: Methodology and Technology”|
12th Annual Conference of Linguistic Association of Nigeria (LAN, 29th July – 1st August, 1991)
|Start: Monday 29th July, 1991|
End: Thursday 1st August, 1991
| “Glocalization of the English language in the social media by Nigerian youths”|
1st Annual FULAFIA Research Conference, Lafia. 2nd – 4th February, 2016.
|Start: Tuesday 2nd February, 2016|
End: Thursday 4th February, 2016
|a)“Reading to Writing Development Literacy through the Vacation Reading Village” b) “Using News on the Board to Develop Literacy in a Vacation Programme”|
International Reading Association, USA in collaboration with Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN) 2nd PAN African Conference on Reading for All, Abuja (October 7-12, 2001)
|Start: Sunday 7th October, 2001|
End: Friday 12th October, 2001
|2nd UNIUYO Conference on African Languages|
2nd UNIUYO Conference on African Languages (UCAL), September 19-24, 2010) “A report on the kioñ language project”.
|Start: Sunday 19th September, 2010|
End: Friday 24th September, 2010
|International Conference on African Literature and the English Language|
International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL) May 4-7, 2010.
|Start: Tuesday 4th May, 2010|
End: Friday 7th May, 2010
|Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN) Calabar Branch|
Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN) Calabar Branch, 1st Regional Conference on Literacy for Survival in the 21st Century (April 16-19, 2002)
|Start: Tuesday 16th April, 2002|
End: Friday 19th April, 2002
| “Sociolinguistic Variables in African Literature: A Case Study of Chinua Achebe’s No Longer at Ease”|
13th Annual UNICAL International Conference on African Literature and the English Language at University of Calabar, Calabar (1994)
|Start: Monday 2nd May, 1994|
End: Friday 6th May, 1994
| “Documenting the significance of the Ibibio traditional marriage gift items: A Communicative approach”.|
West African Languages Congress (WALC) 2013, University of Ibadan, July 29 - August 2, 2013
|Start: Monday 29th July, 2013|
End: Friday 2nd August, 2013
|“Place and personal names in Akwa Ibom State: Implications for Integration”|
27th Congress of the West African Linguistic Society (WALC), August 14-20, 2011.Universitè de Cocody: Abidjan
|Start: Sunday 14th August, 2011|
End: Saturday 20th August, 2011
|“The Drama Sketch as a Second Language Acquisition Strategy”|
2nd University of Uyo Conference on Language and Literature, Uyo (February 13-15, 2002)
|Start: Wednesday 13th February, 2002|
End: Friday 15th February, 2002
|International Conference on African Literature and the English Language |
International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL), May 4-7, 2011
|Start: Wednesday 4th May, 2011|
End: Saturday 7th May, 2011
|24th International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL), Calabar.|
24th International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL), Calabar.May,2016.
|Start: Monday 2nd May, 2016|
End: Wednesday 4th May, 2016
|“The Revival and Development of Kioñ”|
Okoyong Development League’s Annual Conference, December 29, 2010 Onim Anking, Odukpani Local Government Area.
|Start: Wednesday 29th December, 2010|
End: Wednesday 29th December, 2010