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PhD Degrees in Linguistics

 

 

Title

Author

Date

Place

Field

A Comparative Study of Lexical relations in English ad Egyptian Arabic

Mona S. Kikri

1979

University of Manchester, Department of General linguistics

Contrastive Analysis

A Linguistic Analysis of Some of the Novels of Virginia wolf : A Structural Model

Malak Mohamed Hashem

1980

English Department

Stylistics

A Pragmatic Approach of Modality and the Modals: With Application to literary Arabic

Sayed Hassan Zayed

1983

University of Edinburgh

Pragmatic

The Development of Listening and Reading in Learning English as a foreign Language

Mona Mohamed Abd El-Aal Moustafa

1987

English Department

TEFL

NP Movement and Government Binding in Spoken Egyptian Arabic

Amira Agameya

1988

English Department

Syntax

A Stylistic Analysis of W.B.Yeats’ Purgatory

Norice William Methias

1989

English Department

Stylistics

A Stylistic study of Selected Short Stories of Katherine Mansfield with Emphasis on Child Language

Hala Kamal ElShawarby

1990

English Department

Stylistics

Verbal and Nonverbal Aspects pf Directives and Expressives in Educated Cairene Arabic and Western American English

Nahout El-Arousy

1991

English Department

Contrastive analysis

Politeness Strategies in Spoken British English and Spoken Egyptian Arabic, a Contrastive Study.

Fatma Abdel Samad Mohamed Elshafey

1990

English Department

Contrastive analysis

An Instrument Aided Contrastive Study of Information in Modern Standard Arabic and Analogous Varieties of English

Kawthar Ali Askar

1992

English Department

Contrastive analysis

Suasion in Julius Caesar. A Pragmatic Stylistic Approach.

Ola Mohamed Hafez

1993

English Department

Pragmatic/Stylistics

The Passive in Spoken Egyptian Arabic and Spoken British English : A Cross-Linguistics Study of Form and Meaning.

Zakareya Kamal Abdel-Meguid Elsseify

1994

English Department

Contrastive analysis

Criteria for the Evaluation of Translation: A Pragma-stylistic Approach.

Nagwa Taha El-Zeini

1994

English Department

Pragmatic/Stylistics

A Stylistic analysis of Edward Albee’s Late Plays: Counting the ways and listening.

Omnia Farah El-Kommos

1995

English Department

Stylistics

A Stylistic analysis of Wallace Stevens’ “Three Travellers Watch the Sunrise”.

Engy Mohamed Arafa Raafat

1995

English Department

Stylistics

Rhetorical Structure in English and Arabic Expository Prose: A Cross-Linguistic Study.

Maha Abdel Atty ElSeidi

1996

English Department

Contrastive analysis

The Pragmatic Functions of Some Figures of speech in Spoken Egyptian Arabic.

Samir Mohamed amin Abdel-Latif

1996

English Department

Pragmatics

The Stylistic of Decadence in Selected short Stories by F. Scot Fitzgerald.

Samia Medhat Serag El-Din

1998

English Department

Stylistics

Compensation Strategies in the Interlanguage of Egyptian students Learning English.

Amani Abdel Hamid Badawy

1998

English Department

Second Language Acquisition

Complaints in Egyptian Arabic and American English. A Cross-linguistics Study.

Yasmine Salah EL-Din

2000

English Department

Contrastive analysis

Teaching writing communicatively: An Experiment in the Development of Second Language Writing Skills.

Manar Medhat Shalaby

2000

English Department

TEFL

A Comparative Study of Clausal Interdependency in Spoken and Written Standard Arabic in Jordan.

Hanna Youssef Ghattas

2001

English Department

Contrastive analysis

Idiomatic Expressions in English and Arabic: A Cross-linguistic/Cross-cultural Study.

Wafaa Sami El-Mancabadi

1999

English Department

Contrastive analysis

Fluency in Foreign Language Learning: A Programme For Improving Fluency Among EFL Students of the Department of English , University of Aden,Yemen.

Anis Abd El-Magid Abd El-Hamid Odaby

2003

English Department

TEFL

Cultural and Linguistic Factors in Conversational Implicature: A Cross-Cultural Study of Native and Non-native Speakers’ of English  Interpretation of Implicature

Randa Anwar Halim

2004

English Department

Pragmatics