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Periodical articleMangoya, Esau and Mheta, Gift (2016)
See this documentA comparative study of operations of liquids in Barwe and Central Shona
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 47 #2. p. 151-165.

Periodical articlePongweni, Alex (2016)
Individual agency and responsibility in African proverbial discourse
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 5 #2. p. 152-171.

Periodical articleMugari, Victor (2015)
See this documentTheoretical aspects of the chiShona passive
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 46 #1. p. 98-116.

Periodical articleSiziba, Gugulethu (2014)
See this documentLanguage and identity negotiations: an analysis of the experiences of Zimbabwean migrants in Johannesburg, South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Cultural Studies. Volume 26 #2. p. 173-188.

Periodical articleTaringa, Beatrice (2014)
Implications of the portrayal of women in Shona proverbs for gender sensitive teaching and learning of ChiShona
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 26 #3. p. 395-408.

BookBhebe, Ngwabi and Viriri, Advice (eds.) (2012)
Shona proverbs: palm oil with which African words are eaten
Gweru: Booklove Publishers. 787p.

Periodical articleKaguda, Darmarris (2012)
Death and dying: an analysis of the language used in coping with death in the Shona society
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 1 #2. p. 57-68.

Periodical articleKadenge, Maxwell and Mavunga, George (2011)
See this documentThe Zimbabwe crisis as captured in Shona metaphor
Abstract presentJournal of African Cultural Studies. Volume 23 #2. p. 153-164.

Periodical articleGora, Ruth and Mavunga, G. and Muringani, B. and Waniwa, F. (2010)
The use of Shona as a medium of instruction in the first three grades of primary school in a Tonga speaking community: parents' and teachers' perceptions
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 22 #1. March. p. 87-102.

Periodical articleMachakanja, I. (2010)
Analysis of body and sensory perception: conceptual metaphors in English and Shona
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 22 #3. November. p. 261-275.

Periodical articleMavunga, George (2010)
The use of Shona as the medium of instruction in the first three grades of primary school in a Tonga-speaking community: teachers' and parents' perceptions
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 41 #1. p. 126-147.

Periodical articleMuhwati, Itai (2009)
Stultifying gender binaries in HIV and AIDS related novelistic discourse: implications for gender education
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 21 #3. November. p. 255-275.

Periodical articleNyota, Shumirai and Mapara, Jacob and Mutasa, Davie E. (2009)
Purposeful naming: the case of beer halls named during both the colonial Rhodesia era and present day Zimbabwe
Abstract presentJournal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 24 #1. p. 141-163.

Periodical articleVeit-Wild, Flora (2009)
See this document'Zimbolicious': the creative potential of linguistic innovation: the case of Shona-English in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 35 #3. p. 683-697.

Periodical articleMudzingwa, C. (2008)
Minimality in Zezuru
Nawa (Windhoek, Namibia). Volume 2 #1. June. p. 33-57.

Periodical articleNyota, S. (2008)
The communicative impact of shona commercial advertisements: a speech act theory analysis approach
Nawa (Windhoek, Namibia). Volume 2 #1. June. p. 92-105.

Periodical articlePfukwa, C. (2008)
Shona description of diurnal time: an onomastic perspective
Nawa (Windhoek, Namibia). Volume 2 #1. June. p. 58-65.

Periodical issueMalaba, Mbongeni Z. and Davis, Geoffrey V. (eds.) (2007)
See this documentZimbabwean transitions: essays on Zimbabwean literature in English, Ndebele and Shona
Abstract presentMatatu: Journal for African Culture and Society. Volume 34. 244p.

Periodical articleOmoregie, F.-K. (2007)
Language and communication in the kurova guva ceremony in Zimbabwe
Marang: Journal of Language and Literature. #17. p. 53-69.

Periodical articleChapanga, Evans and Makamani, Rewai (2006)
Teaching Shona in English/Shona: ideological challenges and implications: whither University of Zimbabwe (UZ) and Masvingo State University (MASU)?
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 18 #3. December. p. 383-397.

Periodical articleMuhwati, Itai (2005)
A critical appreciation of victimhood in Mungoshi's Shona novels
Zambezia. Volume 32 #1-2. p. 78-94.

Periodical articleMashiri, Pedzisai (2004)
More than mere linguistic tricks: the sociopragmatic functions of some nicknames used by Shona-speaking people in Harare
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 31 #1-2. p. 22-45.

Periodical articleChitauro-Mawema, Moreblessings B. (2003)
Mvana and Their Children: The Language of the Shona People as it Relates to Women and Women's Space
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 30 #2. p. 135-153.

Periodical articleHarford, Carolyn (2003)
Perfective Stems in Shona
Zambezia. Volume 30 #2. p. 190-203.

Periodical articleMashiri, Pedzisai (2003)
A Socio-Linguistic Interpretation of the Social Meanings of Kinship Terms in Shona Urban Interactions
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 30 #2. p. 204-228.

Periodical articleMberi, N.E. (2003)
See this documentMetaphors in Shona: A Cognitive Approach
Zambezia. Volume 30 #1. p. 72-88.

Periodical articleMashiri, Pedzisai and Mawomo, Kenneth and Tom, Patrick (2002)
See this documentNaming the Pandemic: Semantic and Ethical Foundations of HIV/AIDS Shona Vocabulary
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 29 #2. p. 221-234.

Periodical articleMkanganwi, K.G. (2002)
See this document'Shona (Derivational) Morphology: An Observation in Search of a Theory'
Zambezia. Volume 29 #2. p. 174-190.

Periodical articleMpofu, N. (2002)
See this documentLexicographical Developments in the Shona Language as Reflected in the Making of the Duramazwi Guru ReChiShona (DGS)
Zambezia. Volume 29 #2. p. 149-155.

Periodical articleJefferies, A.A. (2000)
See this documentThis is This, and Here are Some Examples: Verbalisers and Extensions in Shona
Zambezia. Volume 27 #1. p. 1-26.

Periodical articleMawadza, F. (2000)
See this documentHarare Shona Slang: A Linguistic Study
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 27 #1. p. 93-101.

Periodical articleMkanganwi, K.G. (2000)
See this documentMorpho(?)phono(?)logical Fuzzy Edges: The Case of {-/I/-}/{-/U/-} Semantic(?) Contrast in Shona
Zambezia. Volume 27 #1. p. 47-53.

Periodical articleNyawaranda, Vitalis (2000)
The use of the mother tongue (Shona, L1) in second language (English, L2) instruction and learning in Zimbabwe: a case for a common underlying hypothesis
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 12 #1. March. p. 25-42.

Periodical articleDube, Ruth and Cleghorn, Ailie (1999)
Codeswitching in mathematics lessons in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 11 #1. March. p. 1-12.

Periodical articleHarford, C. (1999)
Shona disyllabification and the prosody-syntax interface in optimality theory
Malilime. #1. p. 22-40.

Periodical articleLilford, Grant (1999)
Transformations of a manfish: changing allegories for the 'njuzu' in Shona literature
Abstract presentJournal des africanistes. Volume 69 #1. p. 199-219.

Periodical articleMashiri, Pedzisai (1999)
See this documentTerms of Address in Shona: A Sociolinguistic Approach
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 26 #1. p. 93-110.

Periodical articleThondhlana, J. (1999)
Integrating language and culture in second language teaching: some examples from Shona
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 11 #2. July. p. 34-56.

Periodical articleChiwome, Emmanuel (1998)
More exploration with less didacticism: a challenge for the contemporary Shona novelist
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 10 #2. July. p. 115-126.

Periodical articleHarford, C. (1997)
When two vowels go walking; vowel coalescence in Shona
Zambezia. Volume 24 #1. p. 69-85.

Periodical articleChitiga, M. (1995)
Prizing Shona lightly: the teaching of Shona in primary schools
Zimbabwean Review. Volume 1 #1. April. p. 12-13.

Periodical articleJeater, Diana (1995)
See this documentThe way you tell them: language, ideology and development policy in Southern Rhodesia
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 54 #2. p. 1-15.

Periodical articleLafon, Michel (1994)
See this documentShona Class 5 Revisited: A Case Against Ri- as Class 5 Nominal Prefix
Zambezia. Volume 21 #1. p. 51-80.

Periodical articleFortune, George (1993)
See this documentThe contribution of C.M. Doke to written Shona
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 52 #2. p. 103-129.

Periodical articleChimhundu, Herbert (1992)
See this documentEarly Missionaries and the Ethnolinguistic Factor During the 'Invention of Tribalism' in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 33 #1. p. 87-109.

Periodical articlePongweni, A.J.C. (1992)
The orature of a culture in transition: subversion and legitimation
Abstract presentJournal of Asian and African Studies (Tokyo). #43. p. 149-168.

Periodical articleChiwome, E.M. and Thondhlana, Juliet (1989)
See this documentThe Teaching of Shona Through the Medium of Shona and English in High Schools and at the University of Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 16 #2. p. 159-171.

Periodical articleFortune, G. (1984)
See this documentSome recurrent structures in Shona praise poetry
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 43 #2. p. 161-169.

Periodical articlePongweni, Alec J.C. (1982)
Some Shona word derivation processes: the case of the class 9/10 (N) prefix
Abstract presentJournal of Asian and African Studies (Tokyo). #24. p. 106-119.

Periodical articleDembetembe, N.C. (1981)
See this documentRemarks on Some Syntactic Noun Features in Shona
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 9 #2. p. 103-117.

Periodical articleEhret, Christopher and Kinsman, Margaret (1981)
See this documentShona Dialect Classification and Its Implications for Iron Age History in Southern Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 14 #3. p. 401-443.

Periodical articleChimhundu, Herbert (1980)
See this documentShumo, Tsumo and Socialization
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 8 #1. p. 37-51.

Periodical articleChimhundu, Herbert (1979)
See this documentSome Problems Relating to the Incorporation of Loanwords in the Lexicon
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 7 #1. p. 75-91.

Periodical articleDembetembe, N.C. (1979)
See this documentA Syntactic Classification of Non-Auxiliary Verbs in Shona
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 7 #1. p. 49-59.

Periodical articleFortune, G. (1979)
See this documentShona Lexicography
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 7 #1. p. 21-47.

Periodical articleKumbirai, J.C. (1979)
See this documentShona Bible Translation: The Work of the Revd Michael Hannan, S.J
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 7 #1. p. 61-74.

Periodical articleMkanganwi, K.G. (1975)
A description of Shona spelling
Abstract presentAfrican Languages. Volume 1. p. 225-258.

Periodical articleFortune, G. (1969)
See this document75 Years of Writing in Shona
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 1 #1. January. p. 55-67.

Periodical articleHannan, S.J. (1958)
Shona dictionary
Abstract presentNada: The Southern Rhodesia Native Affairs Department Annual. Volume 35. p. 18-38.

Periodical articleJackson, S.K. (1957)
The names of the Vashone
Abstract presentNada: The Southern Rhodesia Native Affairs Department Annual. Volume 34. p. 116-122.

Periodical articleHannan, M. (1954)
Mgano Dzokupunza, Shona fireside songs
Abstract presentNada: The Southern Rhodesia Native Affairs Department Annual. Volume 31. p. 30-37.

Periodical articleFortune, G. (1950)
'To be' and 'to have' in Shona
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 86-91.

Periodical articleGeorge Fortune, G. (1949)
The conjugation of inchoative verbs in Shona
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 8 #3. p. 132-140.

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