International Journal of Language and Communication Studies is published Bi-annually by Development Universal Consortia. It seeks to expand the knowledge and understanding of Educational Theories and practices with regard to Organisation of Public Relations, Business and Human Communication, Press and Public Speaking, Information and Communication Technologies, Language of Business and the rudiments and to provide information on these and other related issues as they affect the third world nations. It is a multi-disciplinary journal, integrative in approach, policy oriented and it meets international indexation standard and acceptability. It is a forum which provides insights and new ideas for the advancement of knowledge and skills of the interrelationships between business and human communications as the development of languages in an increasing global competitive environment and policy implications that arise thereof. The opinions and interpretations

expressed in this Journal are entirely those of the authors. The publishers, editors and agents of Development Universal Consortia accept no responsibility for any error or misstatement contained in the publication. Contributions to this Journal are welcome. They may be drawn from theory and practice, but may be edited for reasons of space and clarity, and manuscripts submission guidelines are strictly respected. See inside back cover for more information.



Etymological Fallacy, Linguistic Change and the Issue of Productivity. 
Udondata, Joseph

Implementation Problems of the English Language Curriculum in Federal Colleges of Education in Nigeria.
Ugwuanyi, E. I.

The Art of Public Speaking.
Etuk, Ime A.

Injustices in Mohammed Shansudeed Adieza’s the Wailing Masses 
Ohimekpen, Ekaniyere B.
Ugwu, Aleke D.

The Place of Language and Communication in National Development 
Uyoh, Benedicta B.

Understanding the Nexus between Communication and Globalization 
Ezeanyika, Samuel E.
Nworgu, Kingsley O.
Yunusa, Mohammed H.
Opurum, Innocent O.