Linguistic Trends in Australia: Papers Presented to the A.I.A.S. Linguistics Group May 1968, Issue 23
Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1970 - Aboriginal Australians - 95 pages
Edited forms of papers read to AIAS Advisory Committee on Linguistics during General Meeting, May 1968; L.F. Oates - A.I.A.S. linguistic research activities 1966-68; S.A. Wurm - Linguistic classification and the prehistory of Australia; B.J. Blake - Acoustic phonetics and the study of Aboriginal languages; M.C. Sharpe - Alawa case relationships; D.T. Tryon - The Daly language family; a structural survey; J.T. Platt - Some notes on Gugada and Wirangu; D. Trefry - The phonological word in Dieri; C.G. von Brandenstein Some new aspects of Australian Aboriginal language.
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Linguistic Classification and the Prehistory of Australia
Acoustic Phonetics and the Study of Aboriginal Languages
Alawa Case Relationships
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Aboriginal acoustic action active affix Alawa appear Arnhem Land aspect assumed Australian languages auxiliary called Cape York Peninsula Capell cell changes classes clusters Common Australian comparative complex compound considered consonants continent currents dialects difficult directed distinct distribution dynamic eastern ending evidence Example exist fact frequency function give given groups Gulf of Carpentaria indicate initial intensity interesting lenition linguistic locative loudness marked markers material meaning medial mentioned migration morphemes motion neutral northern Note noun object observed occur original pattern person phonemes phonological Phonoseme Pitjantjatjara position possible prefix present pronoun question recent recording referring regarded relationships Report represented retroflexed seems segments selection semantic sentence separate similar speaker speech stage stem stress structure suffixes suggested syllable University verb vocabulary vowel western word