Khader Tawfiq Khader


Full Name: 
Khader Tawfiq Khader
Academic Rank: Professor of Linguistics and English Studies
Affiliation: Islamic University of Gaza, Palestine
Address: Department of English Language 
                 Faculty of Arts
                 Islamic University of Gaza
                 Gaza, Palestine
Email: 
kkhader@iugaza.edu.ps

Background

Dr. Khader Tawfiq Khader is full professor of Linguistics at the Islamic University of Gaza. Currently he teaches several modules include : Linguistics, Phonetics& Phonology, Discourse Analysis,Sociolinguistics , and Stylistics . His major research interests are in the general areas of the linguistic analysis of literary texts ( Stylistics ) ,Semiotics , and Discourse Analysis . His particular research interest has focused on the stylistic analysis of drama and poetry which are one of the most recent distinctive and most recent development in Stylistics.

 

Selected Publications

1- Khader, K. T., & Mohammad, S. (2010). Reasons behind non-English major University Students’ achievement gap in the English language in Gaza strip from students’ perspectives.
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Khader, K. T. (2016). William Butler Yeats’“The Second Coming” A Stylistic Analysis. IUG Journal of HumanitiesReasearch Peer-Reviewed Journal of Islamic University-Gaza, xxiv, 25-32.
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Khader, K. T., & Hammad, U. (2017). Towards Assessing the Vernacular in the Arabic Language: A Descriptive Analytical Study. Towards Assessing the Vernacular in the Arabic Language: A Descriptive Analytical Study7(5).
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Khader, K. T. (2004). To Analyze a Poem Stylistically” The Hand” by Ibrahim Nasrullah. To Analyze a Poem Stylistically” The Hand” by Ibrahim Nasrullah12(1).
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Khader, K. T. (2000). Style in drama: A Semiolinguistic perspective. Style in drama: A Semiolinguistic perspective.
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Khader, K. T., & Hassouna, N. (2015). Discourse Analysis of the Palestinian Authority President Abbas’ Address to the UN General Assembly in New York. Discourse Analysis of the Palestinian Authority President Abbas’ Address to the UN General Assembly in New York5(4).
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Khader, K. T. (1990). Sentence Processing in Modern Standard Arabic: An Experimental Psycholinguistic Study with Reference to the Speech Act Function. Sentence Processing in Modern Standard Arabic: An Experimental Psycholinguistic Study with Reference to the Speech Act Function.