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Dr. Padmore Agbemabiese

Dr. Padmore Agbemabiese is a Professor of English and Literature at the Cuyahoga Community College. He is an Africanist, a prolific and versatile poet, a dramatist, and a scholar who has earned a place among the coterie of important African authors. Professor Agbemabiese's academic research interests have focused mainly on aural literature of the Ewes of Ghana, Togo and Benin, and in particular, the applications of names and naming systems to the understanding of the sociocultural and political experiences of the people. His research has helped define the most effective ways people look at themselves, and pioneered novel strategies of naming themselves and how cultural identity is vital to the Africans personality. The Observer, 2013. Dr. Padmore Agbemabiese is leading tremendously important research projects among Ewes of the world, but as impressive is his mentorship in developing research careers for the youths currently struggling with college essays. His book simplifies research. Dr. Paul Voegborlo, an Essayist, Norway. "Prof. Padmore Agbemabiese has played a crucial role in developing the next generation of amazing talents at a challenging time, helping them find a research focus and protecting them from the distractions that are otherwise so hard to resist. This book is a welcomed addition to scholarship Dr. Frank Galenkui, former student, Ghana. "There is currently an unprecedented sense of optimism in the Ewe community around the world, and the key reason is that many Africans do not know who they are. This has reduced self-worth among the Ewe youths so much that they have taken on false identities to fill the vacuum. In 2010, we heard Professor Padmore Agbemabiese speak at the CEANA Convention at Washington, D. C. and all eyes were opened to the untapped values in the Ewe culture. Thus far, many Ewes have started naming themselves and their children and children's children because of Prof. Padmore Agbemabiese and the results are encouraging. Mr. Efo Asigbee, CEANA, USA In reading Research Made Easy, it is clear Prof. Agbemabiese wanted to assist future educators to measure the magnitude of knowledge which fosters socioeconomic and education benefits for the individual, community and country, should the citizenry be provided with the wherewithal of research tools. And he has remarkably done well at that. Dr. James Davidson, a Colleague, 2013

 
Books By Dr. Padmore Agbemabiese

Academic Research Made Easy

Academic Research Made Easy
Dr. Padmore Agbemabiese
ISBN: 9789381696620
Non Fiction - Education

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