School of Languages and Linguistics - Research Publications
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Selected papers from the 44th conference of the Australian Linguistic Society, 2013.
(University of Melbourne, 2014)
Address Practice as Social Practice. European Perspectives
(Palgrave Pivot, 2015)
Personajes simuladores y simulados, entrelazados en el Quijote
Curation of oral tradition from legacy recordings: an Australian example
(Center for Studies in Oral Tradition, 2013-12)
Hundreds of hours of ethnographic field recordings and their associated oral tradition were destined to be lost until the Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC, http://paradisec.org.au) ...
Mood and transitivity in South Efate
(University of Hawai'i Press, 2012-12)
South Efate, an Oceanic language of central Vanuatu, allows the expression of temporal relations in several ways using markers of aspect and mood. Pro- nominal expression of arguments is obligatory and, as subject proclitics ...
An Acoustic and Aerodynamic Analysis of Consonant Articulation in Bininj Gun-wok
This thesis is an acoustic and physiological phonetic analysis of the consonant system in Bininj Gun-wok (BGW), an Australian language spoken in North Western Arnhem Land. The primary aim of this thesis is to provide ...
Handbooks of Aboriginal languages
(Institute for Aboriginal Development, 1986)
Handbooks of Australian Aboriginal languages have been or are currently being produced in various parts of the country. In this paper we wish to address some issues and problems we have encountered in compiling handbooks ...
The place of foreign culture in the Saudi pre-service EFL teacher education
(Saudi Students Schools & Clubs in UK and Ireland, 2008)
In this paper, the researcher presents the results of an investigation of the place of foreign culture in preservice EFL teacher education. Grounded in the context of Saudi Arabia, qualitative analysis indicates that ...
Computers in field linguistics
Computers have been associated with field linguistics from their earliest days, as witness the enthusiasm with which computers were embraced by linguists, from mainframe computers in the 1960s to personal computers in the ...