vol. 23, no. 2 (2012)


LUMINA (formerly KINAADMAN) is a refereed, interdisciplinary, research and scholarly journal of Holy Name University, Tagbilaran City, published every October and March of each year by the HNU Publication Office. It publishes articles from HNU academic community, alumni, and other scholars from the Philippines and other countries throughout the globe. Research and scholarly papers in the basic and applied sciences, viz.: social, theological, philosophical, anthropological, natural and applied sciences, among others, and book reviews are accepted in this journal. LUMINA is a Latin word which means "light" or "illumination" - one which is indispensably needed by a person who is searching for something in a research, be it applied or pure. Therefore, the journal serves as the canticle of all the outputs of scholarly and professional research.

Publisher: Holy Name University

Potential Citation/s: 47

Category: Education & Educational Research | Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary |

ISSN 2094-1188 (Print)

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Changing Roles of Yoruba Women as an Issue in National Development and Family Stability

O. O. Familusi | Ruth Oluwakemi Oke

Discipline: Anthropology

Lexicalisation in News Stories of Some Nigerian National Newspapers

Moses Alo | Ebenezer Oluseun Ogungbe

Discipline: Anthropology

Antonio Gramsci and Edward Said’s Image of a Modern Day Intellectual and the Filipino Roman Catholic Priest

Feorillo Petronilo Demeterio Iii

Discipline: Theology

Indigenous Languages and Techno-Scientific Development in Africa: A Case for Pragmatic Approximation

Adeyemi Johnson Ademowo

Discipline: Linguistics

IT Infrastructure in Higher Education Institutions in the Philippines

Dave E. Marcial

Discipline: Education

Gender Pride as Tragic Flaw in Sophocles’ Antigone

Omolara Kikelomo Owoeye

Discipline: Literature

The Concept of Person in an African Culture and its Implication for Social Order

Elvis Imafidon

Discipline: Social Science

Changing philosophies in a Changing World: A Comparative Study of Heraclitus and Marx on the Idea of Change

Adebayo A. Ogungbure

Discipline: Philosophy

The Female Gender as Political “Other”: an Ideological Reading of Aristophanes’ Lysistrata

Emmanuel Folorunso Taiwo

Discipline: Literature

Towards a Viable Language of Human Rights Activism in Nigeria

Temitope Abiodun Balogun

Discipline: Linguistics

Chieftaincy Titles in Yorubaland and their Implication for Growth and Tolerance Among Christians and Muslims

F. T. Lateju | Olusegun Oladosu

Discipline: Anthropology

Influence of Culture Over Marital Love and Fidelity in Antiquity and Ugboha People of Edo State

Monica Omoye Aneni

Discipline: Anthropology