International Journal Online of Humanities http://ijohmn.com/index.php/ijohmn <p>International Journal Online of Humanities (IJOHMN) is bi-monthly, open access, peer-reviewed journal. The journal is published by Smart Moves publications. The main objective of IJOHMN is to provide an online platform for the researchers. The journal had been granted ISSN No <a href="http://nsl.niscair.res.in/ISSNPROCESS/issnassignedinfo.jsp" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2395-5155</a> in the year 2014. IJOHMN first issue was published in December 2014 since then it is continuously publishing quality research papers. The journal is published by SMART MOVES publications, Bhopal, India.</p> <p><strong>Aims and Scope for publication:</strong></p> <p>The primary objective of IJOHMN is to offer an online open-access platform for international researchers. </p> <p><strong> </strong>IJOHMN aims to publish research papers in theoretical and thematic approaches to English Language, Literature, Linguistics, ELS and English Language Teaching and related subject areas.</p> <p><strong>PORTICO</strong></p> <p>IJOHMN is preserving open access e-journals with Portico, ensuring that their content will be secure and available into the future. Portico functions as dark archive. PORTICO provides a permanent archive of electronic journals.</p> <p><strong>PKP PN</strong></p> <p>IJOHMN is preserving published manuscript with <a href="https://ijohmn.com/index.php/ijohmn/management/settings/PKP PN IJOHMN is preserving published manuscript with PKP PN ensuring that the content will be secure and available into the future. PKP PN functions as a “dark archive”. PKP has developed the PKP Preservation Network (PKP PN) to digitally preserve OJS journals. The LOCKSS program offers decentralized and distributed preservation, seamless perpetual access, and preservation of the authentic original version of the content.">PKP PN</a> ensuring that the content will be secure and available into the future. PKP PN functions as a “dark archive”. PKP has developed the PKP Preservation Network (PKP PN) to digitally preserve OJS journals. The<a href="http://www.lockss.org/"> LOCKSS</a> program offers decentralized and distributed preservation, seamless perpetual access, and preservation of the authentic original version of the content. </p> <h3 align="left"><strong>DOI Crossref</strong></h3> <p><a href="https://search.crossref.org/?q=ijellh" target="_blank" rel="noopener"> IJOHMN </a>is a member of the DOI Crossref, USA. Crossref (formerly styled CrossRef) is an official Digital Object Identifier (DOI) Registration Agency of the International DOI Foundation. It is run by the Publishers International Linking Association Inc. (PILA) and was launched in early 2000 as a cooperative effort among publishers to enable persistent cross-publisher citation linking in online academic journals. </p> <p> </p> en-US contact@ijohmn.com (Dr Sapna Tiwari) contact@ijohmn.com (Sandeep) Wed, 30 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 3.2.1.0 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Technical English Problems in Workplace: A Case Study of ESP - Sudanese Graduate Students http://ijohmn.com/index.php/ijohmn/article/view/209 <p>This paper aims at investigating technical English taught in Sudan higher education to find out whether the ESP meets the students' needs when they join vocations and workplace. Twenty five students majored in different specializations participated in the study. They are graduates of different Sudanese Universities and Colleges.</p> <p>To yield more insights and more description, the following are the questions of the study:</p> <ol> <li>How does English for Specific Purpose (ESP) courses meet students' needs in their studies at colleges?</li> <li>2. Do ESP courses prepare students to the workplace?</li> </ol> <p>The results indicate that the majority of the participants were not satisfied with their courses they learned at colleges when they were students because those courses did not meet their needs in workplaces.</p> Dr. Fadiel Mohammed Musa Copyright (c) 2020 Dr. Fadiel Mohammed Musa http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 http://ijohmn.com/index.php/ijohmn/article/view/209 Wed, 30 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +0000 The Pragmatic Analysis of Gurage Riddle http://ijohmn.com/index.php/ijohmn/article/view/210 <p>This paper&nbsp;is based&nbsp;on a pragmatic analysis of Gurage riddles that lay an&nbsp;important role in enlightening both children and adults as well.&nbsp;In line with this, it aimed to investigate how Gurage people discuss&nbsp;pragmatic&nbsp;discourses and&nbsp;introduce them into society over riddles. The data&nbsp;were collected&nbsp;through interviews from the local people and documents. The document -‘Yegurage&nbsp;Wemaka’&nbsp;from which fourteen riddles&nbsp;were collected&nbsp;for analysis&nbsp;was the primary data gathering tool for the study. A purposive sampling technique was employed to choose the informants and the document which clearly&nbsp;contains&nbsp;Gurage riddles. The collected riddles&nbsp;were clustered&nbsp;according to their theme and grammatically founded meaning, and they&nbsp;are transcribed&nbsp;into alphabetic script since they were in Ethiopic scripts. Then, the pragmatic roles of the collected data&nbsp;were analyzed&nbsp;qualitatively from the perspectives of Relevance theory hence, the study focused on the interpretive aspects of riddles. The finding showed that pragmatically Gurage riddles play a great role to promote the culture of ‘Enset’ as the main source of food and its production, to introduce the materials that&nbsp;are used&nbsp;in their&nbsp;day to day&nbsp;life and way of house building (folk materials), to promote Gurage people’s transportation system and infrastructures, to show as the coffee ceremony is the main social coexistence, to promote the culture of Gurage people agriculture, death, and destruction. Finally, it also found out that&nbsp;context and cultural knowledge play a major in interpreting and understanding Gurage riddles.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Shashetu Bayu Tizazu, Kamil Nuredin Awol, Yibeltal Tadele Copyright (c) 2020 Shashetu Bayu Tizazu, Kamil Nuredin Awol, SettingsYibeltal Tadele http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 http://ijohmn.com/index.php/ijohmn/article/view/210 Wed, 30 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +0000 Lessons from Themes in Professor Johnbull Nigerian Television Drama Season – 4 Episode 9 (Street School) Towards Curtailing Child Abuse in African Societies http://ijohmn.com/index.php/ijohmn/article/view/212 <p>Television is a medium through which society is well informed about social reform, social re-engineering and social orientation because of the tenacious relevance of its audio-visual influence on the viewers. What people think about nearly every issue be it politics, religion, government, fashion, culture, is almost exclusively influenced by television. Thus, this study examines lessons on re-orientation of the African Society towards curtailing Child Abuse from themes in Professor Johnbull Television Drama, Season 4-Episode nine (Street School). The study identifies various themes of child abuse in the television drama episode using qualitative research approach of textual content analysis through Video preview and review of themes in Prof. Johnbull Television Drama. The study applied the social cognitive theory as well as framing theory. Data were gathered using a researcher –designed instrument named “Video Content Analysis Checklist on Social Orientation and Themes and Framings (VCACSOTF)”. Findings from the study revealed that vulnerable children suffer maltreatment such as: Sexual abuse, forced child labour in form of street trading/hawking and child trafficking which is a major setback to the realization of child right act on education in Africa. It recommends that similar Television series and programmes should be produced, identified and sponsored regularly on African Television networks such that social orientation against all forms of child abuse could be spread through various broadcast media just as it is being propagated in Professor Johnbull TV drama episode titled ‘Street School’. Further, government in Africa should assist in giving scholarships to indigent and vulnerable street children and that those who participate in child abuse be prosecuted.</p> Akintoye Festus Ayodimeji, Dr. Otunla Adekunle Olusola Copyright (c) 2020 Akintoye Festus Ayodimeji, Dr. Otunla Adekunle Olusola http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 http://ijohmn.com/index.php/ijohmn/article/view/212 Wed, 30 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +0000