Paul Anzah Ackah Herzuah

Mr. Paul Anzah Ackah Herzuah

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. Paul Anzah Ackah Herzuah is a lecturer in the Journalism and Media Studies Faculty at the Ghana Institute of Journalism

  • Doctoral Student, English Department, University of Cape Coast
  • Phil. Media and Communication Studies, University of Education, Winneba
  • MA Teaching English as Second Language (TESL) University of Ghana
  • BA (Arts) English Major, University of Cape Coast


  • Media and Conflict
  • Print Journalism
  • Media and Society
  • Media Systems
  • Ethics of Communication
  • Development theories
  • Theories of communication
  • Public Speaking and Presentation Skills

Research & Publications

  1. Herzuah, P. (2019) ‘Manipulative Language in Campus Politics: Deconstructing Students’ Messages on Posters in Some Ghanaian Universities’ In Journal of Communications, Media & Society (JOCMAS) GIJ. 6 Number1.  pp45-63.
  2. Herzuah, P.A.A (2018) ‘Enacting Personal Identity through Language: An Exploration of Some Profile Statuses of WhatsApp Messenger’ In Journal of Communications, Media & Society (JOCMAS) GIJ Vol. 5 Number1 pp 99-119
  3. Herzuah, P and Adika, G. (2016) Rhetoric of Appeal and Dissent in the Editorials of Two Ghanaian Newspapers.      Issues in Political Discourse 4 (2) Nova Science Publishers


  • Herzuah, P. (2010). Lexis/Structure and Literature for Junior High Schools. Accra: Pacoherz Ltd.
  • Herzuah P. (2010) Comprehension and Composition for Junior High Schools. Accra: Pacoherz Ltd.
  • Critical Multimodal Discourse Analysis (CMDA)
  • Political Discourse Analysis (PDA)
  • Onomastics
  • Language and Identity
  • Media & Society
  • Visual Rhetoric
  • 2016-Attended a workshop on Corpus Linguistics by ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science, Lancaster University, UK at the Department of English University of Cape Coast
  • 2014- Presented a Paper at the First Language, Literature and Communication Conference at the University of Education, Winneba