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LINGUIST List 18.298

Fri Jan 26 2007

TOC: Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 29/2 (2006)

Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins <marialinguistlist.org>

        1.    Antonia Rubino, Australian Review of Applied Linguistics Vol 29, No 2 (2006)

Message 1: Australian Review of Applied Linguistics Vol 29, No 2 (2006)
Date: 24-Jan-2007
From: Antonia Rubino <epresslib.monash.edu.au>
Subject: Australian Review of Applied Linguistics Vol 29, No 2 (2006)

Publisher: Monash University ePress/Applied Linguistics Association of Australia

Journal Title: Australian Review of Applied Linguistics
Volume Number: 29
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2006

Main Text:

Australian Review of Applied Linguistics Vol 29, issue 2

- This is not a festschrift
Heinz L Kretzenbacher, Catrin Norrby, Jane Warren

- Address in world perspective
Catrin Norrby, Jane Warren

- Address pronouns in French: Variation within and outside the workplace
Jane Warren

- Pronominal address in German: Rules, anarchy and embarrassment potential
Heinz L Kretzenbacher, Michael Clyne, Doris Schupbach

- Variation in Swedish address practices
Catrin Norrby

- The use of address pronouns among Finnish and Finland-Swedish students
Heidi Nyblom

- Pronouns of address in Western Ukrainian: Between tradition and modernity
Maria Weissenbock

- Patterns of address in Dili Tetum, East Timor
Catharina Williams-van Klinken, John Hajek

- Patterns and variation of address terms in colloquial Indonesian
Dwi Noverini Djenar

- R.D. Fulk and C.M. Cain A history of Old English literature
Mia Stephens

- Pia Kohlmyr "To err is human…": An investigation of grammatical errors
in Swedish 16-year-old learners’ written production in English (Gothenburg: Acta
Universitatis Gothoburgensis. 2003. Pp. x, 397)
Catrin Norrby

- G.P. Smith Growing up with Tok Pisin: Contact, creolization and change in
Papua New Guinea’s national language(London: Battlebridge Publications. 2002.
Pp. i, 244).
Gillian A Scoble

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics
                            Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Finnish (fin)
                            French (fra)
                            Indonesian (ind)
                            Tok Pisin (tpi)
                            Swedish (swe)
                            Tetun Dili (tdt)
                            Old English (ang)

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