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Name: Vivian  Anne  de Klerk
Institution: Rhodes University
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Homepage: http://www.ru.ac.za/academic/departments/linguistics
State and/or Country: ----------------   
Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Xhosa
Selected Publications: 2005 D=Alvit, L. and de Klerk, V. The roles of English and the African languages in the new South Africa: a case study on the language attitudes of students at Fort Hare, an historically black institution. EURAC

2005 D=Alvit, L. and de Klerk, V. The roles of English and the African languages in the new South Africa: a case study on the language attitudes of students at Fort Hare, an historically black institution. EURAC

2005 de Klerk, V. & Antrobus, R. Swamp-donkeys and rippers: the use of slang and pejorative terms to name ‘the other’. Alternation: Special issue on Sociolinguistics. In press.

2005 de Klerk, V. Procedural meanings of “well” in a corpus of Xhosa English. Journal of Pragmatics. In press

2004 de Klerk, V. Expressing levels of intensity in Xhosa English. English World Wide. 26(1): 77-96.

2004 de Klerk, V. The use of actually in spoken Xhosa English: a corpus study. World Englishes. In press.

2004 de Klerk, V. & Barkhuizen, G. Anticipating Language shift: Afrikaans speakers moving to New Zealand. Southern African Journal of Linguistics & Applied Language Studies. 22 (3/4): 99-109.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Focus on South Africa
 Corpus Linguistics and World Englishes
 Corpus Linguistics and World Englishes
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  Corpus Linguistics and World Englishes



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