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A bibliographical survey of 200 years of writings on Australian and New Zealand English and their interaction with migrant and indigenous languages
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Australian National Dictionary, The
Australian National Dictionary, The (1988) (ed. W.S. Ramson ). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
(1941a?) New Zealand slang: a dictionary of colloquialisms. Christchurch: Whitcome and Tombs, (the date of publication is not given in the book, but the preface carries the date 1940.)
(1941b) A popular dictionary of Australian slang. Melbourne: Robertson and Mullens.
(1945) The Australian language. An examination of the English language and English speech as used in Australia, from convict davs to the present with special reference to the growth of indigenous idiom and its use by Australian writers. Sydney/London: Angus and Robertson.
(1943) English as it is spoken in New Zealand. American Speech18(2): 81–95. doi: 10.2307/486595
(1970) English as it is spoken in New Zealand. In Ramson (1970): 69–83.
(1970) A bibliography of Australian English. In Ramson (1970): 223–240.
(1978) An Australian English bibliography. Macquarie University. Working Papers of the Speech and Language Research Centre2(1).
Blair, D. and P.C. Collins
eds (forthcoming) Australian English: the language of a new society. St Lucia, Q.: Queensland University Press.
(1980) Regional differences in Australian English phonology. University of Melbourne, Working Papers in Linguistics6:73–93.
(1985) Regional variation in the Australian English lexicon. The Australian Journal of Linguistics5:55–66. doi: 10.1080/07268608508599336
Burton, T.L. and J. Burton
(eds) (1988) Lexicographical and linguistic studies. Essavs in honour of G.W. Turner. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer.
(ed.) (1985) The cultivated Australian, Festschrift in honour of Arthur Delbridge. Hamburg: Buske.
(ed.) (1976) Australia talks; essays on the sociology of Australian immigrant and Aboriginal languages (= Pacific Linguistics. series D, 23), Canberra: Australian National University.
(ed.) (1985) Australia, westing place of languages (= Pacific Linguistics, series C, 92). Canberra: Australian National University.
(1967) Bibliography of writings on Australian English and word and phrase index toOccasional Papers 1-10. The University of Sydney Australian Language Research Centre Occasional PaperNo.11:1–11.
(1973) Social variation in Australian English. Arna (Journal of the Sydney University Arts Society)19:43–36.
(1976) The evidence for the existence of social dialects in Australian English. In Clyne (1976): 7–27.
(1889) On early English pronunciation, with especial reference to Shakespeare and Chaucer, containing an investigation of the correspondence of writing with speech in England, from the Anglo-Saxon period to the existing received and dialectal forms, with a systematic notation of spoken sounds by means of ordinary printing types. Part V. Existing dialects compared to West Saxon speech. London: Trubner&Co.: 236–248.
(1985) Variation in Australian English. The sociolects of Sydney. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
ed. (forthcoming) Language and Civilization: A concerted profusion of essays in honour of Otto Hietsch. Bern/New York: Peter Lang
(1888) Australisches Englisch. Englische Studien11: 173–174.
(1891) Colonial English: a glossary of Australian. Anglo-Indian, pidgin English. West Indian, and South African words. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner and Co.
(1892) Dictionary of the slang-English of Australia and some mixed languages. Halle/Leipzig: Erhardt Karras.
Lo Bianco, J.
(1987) National policy on languages. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service.
Macquarie Dictionary. The
Macquarie Dictionary. The (1981) (ed. by A. Delbridge . J.R. Bernard , D. Blair , W.S. Ramson ). St Leonards, N.S.W.: The Macquarie Library.
(1887) Colonial pronunciation. The Press (New Zealand), 5 October 1887 (reprinted inG.W. Turner (1967)).
(1940a) The pronunciation of English in Australia. Lecture privately printed for members of the Australian English Association.
(1940b) Australian English. Southerly1(3): 11–13.
(1940c) Australian English. Southerly2(1): 35–37.
(1946) The pronunciation of English in Australia. Sydney: Angus and Robertson.
Mitchell, A.G. and A. Delbridge
(1965a) The speech of Australian adolescents. Sydney: Angus and Robertson.
(1965b) The pronunciation of English in Australia. Sydney: Angus and Robertson.
(1898) Austral English. A Dictionary of Australasian words. phrases and usages, with those Aboriginal and Maori words which have become incorporated in the language and the commoner scientific words that have had their origin in Australia. London: Macmillan.
(ed.) (1987) Women and language in Australian and New Zealand society. Sydney: Australian Professional Publications.
(ed.) (1985) Cross-cultural encounters: communication and mis-communication. Melbourne: River Seine.
(ed.) (1910) English transported. Canberra: Australian National University Press.
Rigsby, B. and S. Romaine
eds (forthcoming) Language in Australia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
(1964) An introduction. The University of Sydney Australian Language Research Centre Occasional PaperNo.1: 7–8 (select bibliography).
(1987) Waynespeak. Sydney: Watermark Press.
Threadgold, R. and R. Steele
(eds) (1987) Language topics: essays in honour of Michael Halliday. 2vols.Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins.
(1986) Dialects in contact. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
Trudgill, P. and J. Hannah
(1982) International English: a guide to the varieties of Standard English. London: Edward Arnold.
(1966) The English language in Australia and New Zealand. London: Longmans.
(1967) Samuel McBurney’s newspaper article on colonial pronunciation. AUMLA (Journal of the Australian Universities Language and Literature Association)27: 81–85.
(1936) The mother tongue in New Zealand. Dunedin: Reed.
(1938) New Zealand English: a guide to the correct pronunciation of English with special reference to New Zealand conditions and problems. Auckland: Whitcombe and Tombs.