We would like to congratulate our graduate ATANGANA Joseph Désiré. Joseph has published another article on the Durreesamin Journal. You can read an Abstract of his article “The Problem of Our African Local Languages”- below:
The study of the question of our local languages leads us to reflect first on their current situation. Currently- more than any other language- our African Local Languages- affectionately called mother tongues are at serious risk of disappearing- obviously with the culture it carries. In our big African cities- and in Cameroon in particular- more and more people communicate less in their mother tongues. Worse still- a syncretism is built between the foreign language and the local language. Throughout this paper we show that:
Our languages are experiencing a crisis and hence the culture it carries.
Our languages deserve as much promotion as foreign languages because they describe a part of reality that escapes other languages.
You can read the rest of his article on the following link:
ATANGANA Joseph Désiré has completed a Doctorate program in Educational Sciences in Atlantic International University.
We wish you the best on all your future projects and we congratulate you for this great achievement.