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Attitudes of Ghanaians in Canada towards Traditional Medicine: Implications for Practice, Policy and Research
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The Bilingual Secretary from Takoradi Polytechnic


This study looked at why French students of the Secretaryship and Management Studies Department are not able to speak the French language fluently after a three year programme at the School of Business Studies, Takoradi Polytechnic. The qualitative research approach was used. Again, it was an action-research which was to prove that the Polytechnic has adequate equipment to train competent Secretaries and the drawbacks for such students to be termed as bilingual. The population size was 113 students made up of 26 from Secretaryship department and 31 from the hospitality department as well as views of two lecturers. Convenience sampling method was used to select 26 students from the Secretaryship and Management Studies Department and Simple Random Sampling method was used to select 31 students from the Hospitality Department.