The following report explores the unique structure of multilingualism that is present in contemporary Ghanaian society. It also seeks to determine what purpose(s) Ghanaians have for the English language, specifically in comparison to their indigenous languages. More importantly, it examines the social and cultural ramifications involved in the use of the English language in regards to the future of Ghanaian society.
Morris, Lanita, "The Function of English in Contemporary Ghanaian Society" (1998). African Diaspora ISPs. 52.