Johnson Baah holds BA Linguistics with Philosophy, University of Ghana, MA Linguistics (Bergen, Norway), MPhil Linguistics (NTNU, Norway) and currently teaching Academic Writing and Critical Thinking at University of Energy and Natural Resources, Sunyani, Ghana. He has done research in the Bono dialect of Akan including Iconicity in serial verb construction, and Meaning of Bono Verbs. His research interests include syntax and Semantics of Bono, Student Writing, and Academic Literacies. He is a reviewer of Bono Bible translation, Bible Society of Ghana from 2018 to present, and a member of the Bono Language Project. He is pursing his PhD in Applied Linguistics, Rhodes University, South Africa. He is interested in Legitimation Code Theory (LCT) and Systemic Functional Linguistics (SFL).
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