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The Languages and Linguistics of Australia: A complete consultant is a part of the multi-volume reference paintings at the languages and linguistics of the continents of the area. the amount offers an intensive review of Australian languages, together with their linguistic buildings, their genetic relationships, and problems with language upkeep and revitalisation. Australian English, Aboriginal English and different touch forms also are mentioned.

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The Languages and Linguistics of Australia: A Comprehensive Guide

The Languages and Linguistics of Australia: A complete consultant is a part of the multi-volume reference paintings at the languages and linguistics of the continents of the realm. the amount presents a radical assessment of Australian languages, together with their linguistic constructions, their genetic relationships, and problems with language upkeep and revitalisation.

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Melbourne: River Seine. Koch, Harold 1990 Language and communication in Aboriginal land claim hearings. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics Series S, No. 5: 1–47. Koch, Harold 1991 Language and communication in Aboriginal land claim hearings. ), Language in Australia, 94–103. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Koch, Harold 2007 An overview of Australian traditional languages. In: Gerhard Leitner and Ian G. ), The Habitat of Australia’s Aboriginal Languages: Past, Present, and Future (Trends in Linguistics.

Masek, Roberta A. ), Papers from the Parasession on Language and Behavior, 165–177. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society. Neate, Graeme J. 1981 Legal language across cultures: Finding the traditional Aboriginal owners of land. Federal Law Review 12: 187–211. Nettle, Daniel and Suzanne Romaine 2000 Vanishing voices: The extinction of the world’s languages. Oxford: Oxford University Press. O’Grady, Geoffrey N. 1971 Lexicographic research in Aboriginal Australia. In: Thomas A. ), Current trends in linguistics Volume 8: Linguistics in Oceania, 779–803.

Hercus, Luise A. and Isobel M. White 1973 Perception of kinship structure reflected in the Adnjamathanha pronouns. In: Bernhard Schebeck, Luise A. Hercus and Isobel M. 6. (Pacific Linguistics A-36), 49–72. Canberra: Australian National University. Holmer, Nils M. and Vanja E. Holmer 1969 Stories from two native tribes of eastern Australia. Lund: Carl Bloms Boktryckeri. Hoogenraad, Robert 2001 Critical reflections on the history of bilingual education in Central Australia. In: Jane Simpson, David Nash, Mary Laughren and Barry Alpher (eds), Forty years on: Ken Hale and Australian languages, 123–150.

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