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Speaking the Unspeakable Through Hiplife: A Discursive Construction of Ghanaian Political Discourse

BySAMUEL GYASI OBENG

A close and methodical attention to the literature on Ghanaian political discourse suggests that there is a dearth of scholarly work on Ghanaian political communication. The little that has been done has focused on specifi c aspects of public “discourse”1 or policy “discourse” with such authors paying little or no attention to language and linguistic analyses.2