Current affiliation: Edith Cowan UniversitySubject: Language & LinguisticsPrimary location: Australia
Published in:International Journal of the Sociology of LanguagePublication date:1982-01-01
Published in:Asian EnglishesPublication date:2000-01-01
Published in:The Mouton World Atlas of Variation in EnglishPublication date:Not available
The variety of English used in Aboriginal speech communities was formed initially out of the contact of Aboriginal languages with the varieties of ...
Published in:Language in AustraliaPublication date:Not available
Aboriginal English is defined and distinguished from Aboriginal pidgins and creoles. Structural properties of Aboriginal English are illustrated in...
Published in:English across Cultures. Cultures across EnglishPublication date:Not available
Published in:Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs [TiLSM]Publication date:2007-01-17
Past, Present and Future
Published in:World EnglishesPublication date:1994-11-01
Published in:Anthropological ForumPublication date:1980-01-01
Published in:Linguistics and EducationPublication date:2011-09-01
Published in:Australian Journal of LinguisticsPublication date:1996-09-01
Published in:Journal of PragmaticsPublication date:1979-08-01
Published in:Australian Journal of LinguisticsPublication date:2014-08-04
Published in:English World-WidePublication date:2000-01-01
Published in:Pragmatics & CognitionPublication date:2003-01-01
Published in:Australian Review of Applied LinguisticsPublication date:2013-01-01
Some grammatical features and their implications
Published in:Australian Review of Applied LinguisticsPublication date:1994-01-01
It is argued in this paper that in the classroom it is the teachers who define the speech event, whereas, outside, there are contexts where the Abo...
Published in:Australian Review of Applied LinguisticsPublication date:1999-01-01
The concept of inclusivity, or inclusion, assumes the entitlement of all students, whatever their background in terms of abilities or culture, to r...