second wave refers to the ideas and actions related to the women's liberation movement starting within the Sixties (which campaigned for legal and social rights for women). The third wave refers to a continuation of, and a reaction to the perceived failures of, second-wave feminism, starting within the Nineteen Nineties. Feminist criticism Against this background, the sphere of feminist criticism and theory nowadays may helpfully be divided into 2 main categories: 'female' criticism and 'feminine'
Music has always been around as a way to express emotions. For enslaved Africans, music was a way to express their feelings to communicate with one another, was beneficial for spirituality and for upholding religious practice, to protest the slave owners, and to start a trend of a hopeful future. The slaves were able to hold onto one another for support, and depend on each other even when struggling, through music. The specific music is called slave songs. Slave songs were used for many different
According to venerated Indian President Pratibha Devisingh Patil, developed and developing countries “… need strong institutions and good governance [to protect its citizens and fuel a successful nation state]” (Singh 10). As a concept, “good governance” has weaved itself into the common vernacular of society development. Although it remains vague in its definition, “good governance” has proved to be essential in the prosperity of a country. In various definitions the concept can veritably be condensed
Over the years Nigeria has witnessed several empty, jabberwocky inordinate promises from our political gladiators who has used the magic of language to cajole many. However, language serves as a strong tool that our political leaders used for easy communication of thought that enhance winning of political mandate. This paper shows how language is used in politics as a tool to communicate thought and how language is used as a train to which political leaders convey meaning to the heart of Nigerians