Linguistics in Australia: Trends in Research
Michael G. Clyne
Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, Jan 1, 1991 - Linguistics - 210 pages
Examines research issues in Aboriginal languages, English, Pacific languages and community languages such as language acquisition, language and education, language and ideology and language policy; chapter on theories of grammar, work on typology and universals and semantics.
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Theory of language
Australian English and general studies of English
Australian Aboriginal Languages
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Aboriginal languages academic Applied Linguistics Asian languages Association Australian Aboriginal Australian Aboriginal Languages Australian English Australian languages Australian Linguistics Australian National University Austronesian Austronesian languages Bettoni bilingual Bradley Cambridge Canberra Capell Chapter Chinese clause Clyne cognitive community languages cultural curriculum Deakin University Deakin University Press Department of Linguistics dictionary discussion Dixon Eagleson ergativity function Geelong German grammar guage Guinea Halliday Hasan immigrant languages interaction issues Italian Japanese Journal of Linguistics Kress language development language planning language policy Language Research Centre language teaching learning lexical lexicography linguistic research linguistics in Australia literacy Macquarie Melbourne migrant Monash University Neustupny Pacific Linguistics Papuan languages phonology Pienemann pragmatics programs published Queensland Review of Applied role second language acquisition semantic semiotics Slavonic social Society sociolinguistic speech structure syntactic syntax Systemic Linguistics teachers theoretical thesis Threadgold tion Trobe typology University of Sydney variation verb Warlpiri Wierzbicka Wurm