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TOC: Language and Linguistics in Melanesia 32/2 (2014)

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Date: 06-Feb-2015
From: John M Clifton <john_cliftonsil.org>
Subject: Language and Linguistics in Melanesia Vol. 32, No. 2 (2014)
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Publisher: Linguistic Society of Papua New Guinea
http://www.langlxmelanesia.com/

Journal Title: Language and Linguistics in Melanesia
Volume Number: 32
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2014


Main Text:

LLM Vol. 32 (2), 2014

LLM Vol. 32 (2) publishes a selection of papers from the 46th Annual Conference of the Linguistic Society of Papua New Guinea, and the 8th Symposium of the Study Group on Music & Dance of Oceania (SGMDO). These Proceedings, therefore, include a selection of papers by both linguists and anthropologists.

Living in many languages: Linguistic diversity and multilingualism in Papua New Guinea
by Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald (James Cook University)

Grammatical Relations & Information Structure in Eibela: a typological perspective
by G. Aiton (James Cook University)

Enga Imperatives
by R.A. Boyd

Failures & Successes in Literacy in Gulf Province Schools
by R. & D. Petterson (SIL)

The Impact of Immigrants on Language Vitality
by B. Paris (PBT-PNG)

Dialectical Analysis of Kuanua & Tok Pisin Sentences
by F. Silo & O. Temple (UPNG)

'Double talk': Parallel structures in Manambu songs, and their origin
by Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald (James Cook University)

Mining and language change in the Lihir Islands
by Dr Kirsty Gillespie (Univ. of Queensland)

Tok Pisin and Mobail Teknoloji
by Phil King (SIL)


Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics
                            General Linguistics
                            Genetic Classification
                            Language Documentation
                            Morphology
                            Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): Aimele (ail)
                            Ambulas (abt)
                            Awar (aya)
                            Enga (enq)
                            English (eng)
                            Hanga Hundi (wos)
                            Kaian (kct)
                            Kuanua (ksd)
                            Manambu (mle)
                            Tok Pisin (tpi)

Language Family(ies): Austronesian
                            Central and South New Guinea
                            Ndu
                            Trans-New Guinea

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