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Margaret Barasa

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Prof.
Margaret Barasa
PhD, MA, BED (Arts)
Margaret Barasa Photo Prof. Margaret Barasa.jpg
Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics
Born (1975-03-04) March 4, 1975 (age 48)
Bungoma County
🏳️ NationalityKenyan
💼 Occupation
Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics
Board member of
  • Vice Chair - Asumbi Teachers Training College
  • Vice Chair - Nyambaria High School
  • Chair - Academic Committee, Cardinal Otunga Boys High School
  • Chair - Academic Committee, Nyabururu Girls National School
  • Member - Kibichori High School
👩 Spouse(s)Isaac Orina

Margaret Nasambu Barasa (born 4 March 1975) is currently an Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics at Kisii University.[1][2] Margaret is ranked #46 in Kisii University at the World Scientist and University Rankings.[3]

Background and education[edit]

Margaret Barasa holds a PhD Applied Linguistics from Laikipia University.[4] She also holds a Master of Arts degree in English Language and Linguistics from Egerton University.[5]

Career and professional background[edit]

Margaret Barasa worked as the Assistant Registrar in Administration, Human Resource and Central Services Kisii University from 2013 to 2014.[5] She also served as the Chair in the Department of Languages, Linguistics and Literature at Kisii University from 2015 to 2017.[5] Margaret worked as the Dean School of Arts and Social Sciences at Kisii University from 2017 to 2023.[5] Margaret also worked as a Lecturer at Kisii University from 2015 to 2018. She served as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Languages, Linguistics and Literature at Kisii University from 2018 to 2022.[6] Margaret is currently an Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics at Kisii University.[7]

Scholarly publications[edit]

Margaret Barasa has widely published in-peer reviewed journals with Google Scholar, Academia, Research Gate and many others.[8][9]

Publications by Prof. Margaret Barasa in Chronological order
Title Year
Indigenous knowledge and the social construction of patriarchy: the case of the Bukusu of Kenya (Critical Sociology 49 (2), 217-232 Sage)[10] 2023
Language and Ecology: A Systemic Functional Grammar Analysis of the Mau Forest Conservation in Kenya (European Journal of Applied Linguistics Studies 3 (2))[11] 2021
A Systemic Functional Grammar Analysis of The Mau Forest Conservation in Kenya (Language and Ecology 3 (2))[12] 2021
Media Representations of Women Politicians in Kenya: Lesson from 2017 General Elections (Kenya Studies Review, 42)[13] 2021
Language Choice and the Construction of Forest Ecology: Lessons from the Mau Forest Restoration Debate in Kenya[14] 2021
Is disease war? A critical analysis of the Covid-19 discourse in Kenya (International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Sciences V 111)[15] 2021
A Repertoire of Bukusu Nonverbal Communicative System: Some Gender Differences (The Palgrave Handbook of African Oral Traditions and Folklore, 377-401)[16] 2021
A critical analysis of emerging attitudes from the Mau forest restoration discourse in Kenya (Nairobi Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 4 (1), 18-34)[17] 2020
Aspects of Impact of Covid-19 on African Traditional Burial Systems.: The Case of the Bukusu of Kenya‘s North-Western Counties (International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science)[18] 2020
The Construction of the Disabled Identity in Bukusu Society, Kenya: A Discursive Analysis of Marginalisation (IAR Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies)[19] 2020
A Discursive Analysis of the Interactive Meaning in Covid-19 Containment Discourses in Social Media: Perspectives on Family Relationships (International Journal of English Literature and Social Sciences)[20] 2020
Aspects of Impact of Covid 19 on African Traditional Burial Systems.: The Case of the Bukusu of Kenya‟ s North-Western Counties (International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science)[21] 2020
Semiotic Analysis of Lecturers Labour Protest Discourses in Kenya (The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies)[22] 2020
Modality and its Functions in Interpersonal Relationships in Lecturers’ Labour Protests in Kenya in 2017 (Asian Journal of Social Science and Management Technology)[23] 2020
Cinematographic Presentation of Digitized Audio-Visual Folkloric Performance Features: A Case Study of Tinga Tinga Tales (Nairobi Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 3 (4), 28-40)[24] 2019
A discourse analysis examining how gender information is communicated through Kipsigis secular songs (KIBU)[25] 2018
‘Jamaa wa Vitendawili’: Discursive Construction of Opponents in Political Campaign Discourse in Kenya Using Metaphors (Coretrain Journal of Languages Humanities, Social Sciences and Education)[26] 2018
Stereotypical portrayal of women in Kipsigis secular songs[27] 2018
The use of animal metaphors in the representation of women in Bukusu and Gusii proverbs in Kenya (Opande Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies)[28] 2017
A socio-cultural discourse representation of women in Bukusu and Gusii Proverbs (Opande 5)[29] 2017
The Convergence of Language and Culture in Manguliechi’s Babukusu After-Burial Oratory (Khuswala Kumuse): Indigeneous Knowledge Systems for Sustainable Development in Kenya[30] 2017
Proverbs in Lubukusu and Ekegusii in Kenya: Empowering or Disempowering for Women and Girls? MN Barasa, (Opande Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies)[31] 2017

Published books[edit]

Margaret Barasa authored a chapters in the book The Palgrave Handbook of African Oral Traditions and Folklore; A Repertoire of Bukusu Nonverbal Communicative System: Some Gender Differences in 2021.[32] She is the author of the Research Publishing Dictionary for Researchers published in 2022.[33] Margaret also authored the Scholarly Research Writing and Publishing into Journals and Books published in 2022.[34]

References[edit]

  1. "Department of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature".
  2. "Kisii University's move to start Centre for African Studies receives major boost - Scholar Media Africa".
  3. "Margaret Nasambu Barasa - AD Scientific Index 2023". www.adscientificindex.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  4. 2nd Graduation Booklet 2014 (PDF). Laikipia University. 2014. p. 13. Search this book on
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 "Prof. Margaret (Nasambu) Barasa".
  6. "MARGARET BARASA".
  7. "Dr. Margaret Barasa".
  8. "MARGARET BARASA | Kisii University - Academia.edu". kisiiuniversity.academia.edu. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  9. "Margaret Barasa".
  10. "Indigenous knowledge and the social construction of patriarchy: the case of the Bukusu of Kenya". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  11. "LANGUAGE AND ECOLOGY: A SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR ANALYSIS OF THE MAU FOREST CONSERVATION IN KENYA". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  12. "A SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR ANALYSIS OF THE MAU FOREST CONSERVATION IN KENYA". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  13. "Media Representations of Women Politicians in Kenya: Lesson from 2017 General Elections". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  14. "Language Choice and the Construction of Forest Ecology: Lessons from the Mau Forest Restoration Debate in Kenya". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  15. "Is disease war? A critical analysis of the Covid-19 discourse in Kenya". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  16. "A Repertoire of Bukusu Nonverbal Communicative System: Some Gender Differences". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  17. "A critical analysis of emerging attitudes from the Mau forest restoration discourse in Kenya". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  18. "Aspects of Impact of Covid-19 on African Traditional Burial Systems.: The Case of the Bukusu of Kenya's North-Western Counties". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  19. "The Construction of the Disabled Identity in Bukusu Society, Kenya: A Discursive Analysis of Marginalisation". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  20. "A Discursive Analysis of the Interactive Meaning in Covid-19 Containment Discourses in Social Media: Perspectives on Family Relationships". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  21. "Aspects of Impact of Covid 19 on African Traditional Burial Systems.: The Case of the Bukusu of Kenya" s North-Western Counties". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  22. "Semiotic Analysis of Lecturers Labour Protest Discourses in Kenya". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  23. "Modality and its Functions in Interpersonal Relationships in Lecturers' Labour Protests in Kenya in 2017". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  24. "Cinematographic Presentation of Digitized Audio-Visual Folkloric Performance Features: A Case Study of Tinga Tinga Tales". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  25. "A discourse analysis examining how gender information is communicated through Kipsigis secular songs". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  26. "'Jamaa wa Vitendawili': Discursive Construction of Opponents in Political Campaign Discourse in Kenya Using Metaphors". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  27. "Stereotypical portrayal of women in kipsigis secular songs". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  28. "The use of animal metaphors in the representation of women in Bukusu and Gusii proverbs in Kenya". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  29. "A socio-cultural discourse representation of women in Bukusu and Gusii Proverbs". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  30. "THE CONVERGENCE OF LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IN MANGULIECHI'S BABUKUSU AFTER-BURIAL ORATORY (KHUSWALA KUMUSE): INDIGENEOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN KENYA". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  31. "Proverbs in Lubukusu and Ekegusii in Kenya: Empowering or Disempowering for Women and Girls?". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2023-04-22.
  32. Barasa, Margaret; Agwuele, Augustine (1970-01-01). A Repertoire of Bukusu Nonverbal Communicative System: Some Gender Differences. The Palgrave Handbook of African Oral Traditions and Folklore. pp. 377–401. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-55517-7_19. ISBN 978-3-030-55516-0. Retrieved 2023-04-22. Unknown parameter |s2cid= ignored (help) Search this book on
  33. Akama, John S.; Mose, Everlyne K.; Mose, Peter N.; Barasa, Margaret N.; Areba, George N. (2022-03-25). Research publishing Dictionary. Royallite Academic. Search this book on
  34. "Scholarly Research: Writing and Publishing into Journals & Bookss". Nuria Store. Retrieved 2023-04-22.


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