Atlas of Languages of Intercultural Communication in the Pacific, Asia, and the Americas, Volume 2

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Walter de Gruyter, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1622 pages
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Directed to non-specialists and educated lay persons, this two volume set covers a large geographical area, including Australia, New Zealand, Melanesia, Oceania, the Philippines, Taiwan, Korea, Mongolia, Central Asia, the Caucasus Area, Canada, the United States, Central America, and South America.
 

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Contents

General remarks on Australia
1
Koines and indigenous lingue franche in Australia
17
Pidgin English in New South Wales
33
Language contacts and Pidgin English in Victoria
53
Pidgins and creoles of Queensland
69
Nineteenth century language contact in South Australia
83
Languages of interethnic communication in Kazakhstan
95
Postcontact languages of Western Australia
101
Precolonial patterns of intercultural communication in the Pacific Islands
401
Postcontact pidgins creoles and lingue franche based on nonEuropean
439
Englishderived contact languages in the Pacific in the 19th century
471
Englishderived contact languages in the Pacific in the 20th century
497
Palmerston English
523
The development and diffusion of pronouns in Pacific Pidgin English
537
Philip Baker and Peter Miihlhausler
551
Mission and church languages in Papua New Guinea
595

Some lingue franche and pidgins in North Siberian and North Pacific
106
Postcontact Aboriginal languages in the Northern Territory
123
Quechua a language of intercultural communication in the Middle Andes
129
Areas of multilingualism in northern South America
135
The diffusion of Pidgin English in Australia
143
New Zealand English lexis
159
language death New Zealand
173
The Dalmatians and their language in New Zealand
191
The Germans and their language in New Zealand
201
Languages in contact in Central and Southeast Mainland Papua New Guinea
213
Hiri trading languages
233
French in the South Pacific
251
The Creole language Tayo and language contact in the Far South region
265
Spanish in the Pacific
271
O38 Portuguese and Creole Portuguese in the Pacific and Western Pacific
299
O39 Dutch in the Pacific area
339
Berbice Dutch Creole
350
O41 The spread of Russian settlement and language in Siberia from the sixteenth
353
Japanese language in the Pacific
373
Literacy and modern media in communication in the Pacific Area
398
Mission and church languages in Island Melanesia
619
mission and religious languages
625
Languages used in the domain of religion in Indonesia
633
The potential for the development of Arabicbased and other contact languages along
637
its history role and spread
673
Contact languages in Indonesia and Malaysia other than Malay
695
Some trade languages of insular SouthEast Asia and Irian Jaya
713
Indonesianthe official language of a multilingual nation
719
Malaythe national language of Malaysia
729
Philippines
735
The lingue franche in Taiwan
741
Burmese as a lingua franca
745
Lahu
753
Nepali as a lingua franca
763
Bantawa
773
Vietnamese
783
Indian Subcontinent
787
Intercultural communication involving indigenous languages
797
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