Christiana Hammond is a discourse analyst, Communications lecturer and consultant, a Pragmaticist, Speech writer, Gender advocate, and an upcoming African intercultural communication theorist. She is currently a doctoral candidate researching into intercultural communication and identity construction in multilingual settings. She holds a Master of Philosophy Degree in Communication and Media Studies and a Bachelor of Education Degree in English, both from the University of Education, Winneba. She has presented several papers at local and international conferences and has authored scholarly articles and Book Chapters in several Journals of high repute.
Development Communication, Communication Skills, Intercultural communication, Indigenous communication, Politeness in Organisational settings, Media consumption effects and analysis, Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics