Title

Aboriginal English: adopted code of a surviving culture

Document Type

Book Chapter

Faculty

Faculty of Community Services, Education and Social Sciences

School

School of International, Cultural and Community Studies

RAS ID

1223

Comments

Malcolm, I.G. (2001). Aboriginal English: adopted code of a surviving culture. In: Blair, D., Collins, P. (eds) Varieties of English Around the World. John Benjamins: Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Abstract

A monograph series devoted to sociolinguistic research, surveys and annotated text collections. The VEAW series is divided in two parts: a text series contains carefully selected specimens of Englishes documenting the coexistence of regional, social, stylistic and diachronic varieties in a particular region; and a general series which contains outstanding studies in the field, collections of papers devoted to one region or written by one scholar, bibliographies and other reference works.

DOI

10.1075/veaw.g26.19mal

 
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Link to publisher version (DOI)

10.1075/veaw.g26.19mal