Aboriginal English

2014 Malcolm, Ian G., ‘A Day in the Park: Emerging Genre for Readers of Aboriginal English’, Australian Journal of Linguistics, 34:4, 566-80.

2013 Eades, D., Aboriginal Ways of Using English, Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.

2010 Sharifian, F., 'Cultural conceptualizations in intercultural communication: a study of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians', Journal of Pragmatics, 42, 3367-76.

2008 Sharifian, F., 'Aboriginal English in the Classroom: An Asset or a Liability?', Language Awareness (17), 131-38.

2007 Malcolm, I. G. & F. Sharifian, 'Multiwords in Aboriginal English', in P. Skandera (ed.), Phraseology and culture in English, Berlin & New York: Mouton De Gruyter, 153-79.

2007 Eades, Diana, 'Aboriginal English in the Criminal Justice System', in G. Leitner & I.G. Malcolm (eds), The Habitat of Australia's Aboriginal Languages, Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 299-326.

2007 Malcolm, I.G., & E. Grote, 'Aboriginal English: Restructured Variety for Cultural Maintenance', in G. Leitner & I.G. Malcolm (eds), The Habitat of Australia's Aboriginal Languages, Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 153-80.

2007 F. Sharifian, ‘Aboriginal Language Habitat and Cultural Continuity’, in G. Leitner & I.G. Malcolm (eds), The Habitat of Australia's Aboriginal Languages, Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 181-95.

2006 Sharifian, F. ‘A Cultural—Conceptual Approach and World Englishes: the case of Aboriginal English’, World Englishes, 25:1, 11-22.

2004 Sharifian, F., J. Rochecouste & I.G. Malcolm, 'It was all a bit confusing ...': Comprehending Aboriginal English texts', Language, Culture, and Curriculum, 17:3, 203-28.

2003 Forster, R., P. Monaghan, & P. Mülhäusler, Early Forms of Aboriginal English in South Australia, 1840s-1920s, Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

2003 Sharifian, F. & I.G. Malcolm, 'The use of pragmatic marker like in English teen talk: Australian Aboriginal usage', Pragmatics & Cognition, 11:2, 327-44.

2001 Malcolm, Ian, ‘Two-way English and the Bicultural Experience’, in Bruce Moore (ed.), Who’s Centric Now? The Present State of Post-colonial Englishes, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 219–40.

2000 Ogilvie, Sarah, ‘Cut to the Wik: Aboriginal English and the media’, in P.H. Peters (ed.), Style in Context: language at large: proceedings of Style Councils 96, 97 and 99, Dictionary Research Centre, Macquarie University, 204–23.

1999 Malcolm, Ian, Yvonne Haig, Patricia Königsberg, Judith Rochecouste, Glenys Collard, Alison Hill & Rosemary Cahill, Two-Way English, Perth: Education Department of Western Australia.

1999 Malcolm, Ian, Yvonne Haig, Patricia Königsberg, Judith Rochecouste, Glenys Collard, Alison Hill & Rosemary Cahill, Towards More User-Friendly Education for Speakers of Aboriginal English, Perth: Centre for Applied Language and Literacy Research, Edith Cowan University and Education Department of Western Australia.

1996 Arthur, J.M., Aboriginal English: a cultural study, Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

1995 Malcolm, Ian G., Language and Communication Enhancement for Two-Way Education, Perth: Centre for Applied Language Research, Edith Cowan University.

1994 Arthur, Jay, ‘Aboriginal English: talking without language’, in P.H. Peters (ed.), The National Language: proceedings of Style Council 94, Dictionary Research Centre, Macquarie University, 113-121

1994 Harkins, Jean, Bridging Two Worlds: Aboriginal English and Cross-cultural understanding, St Lucia: University of Queensland Press.

1992 Malcolm, I., ‘English in the Education of Speakers of Aboriginal English’, in Jeff Siegel (ed.), Pidgins, Creoles and Nonstandard Dialects in Education, Armidale, NSW: Applied Linguistics Association of Australia, Occasional Paper 12, 15–41.

1991 Eades, D., ‘Aboriginal English: an introduction’, Vox: Journal of the Australian Advisory Council on Languages and Multicultural Education, 5, 55-61.

1991 Eades, Diana, ‘Communicative Strategies in Aboriginal English’, in Suzanne Romaine (ed.), Language in Australia, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 84–93.

1990 Sharpe, M., ‘English in Wilcannia’, in P. Austin et al. (eds), Language Problems and Aboriginal Education, Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, 233-42.

1990 Arthur, Jay, ‘What’s Your Family? A report on the language of kinship in Aboriginal English’, English Today, 6:4, 33–36.

1985 Sandefur, J., ‘English-based Languages and Dialects Currently Spoken by Aboriginal People: suggestions towards a consensus on terminology’, Australian Journal of Linguistics, 5, 67-78.

1985 Eagleson, Robert D., ‘Urban Aboriginal English: misunderstandings and misconception’, Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 8, 131–39.

1982 Eagleson, Robert D., ‘Aboriginal English in an Urban Setting’, in Robert D. Eagleson, Susan Kaldor & Ian G. Malcolm, English and the Aboriginal Child, Canberra: Curriculum Development Centre, 113–62.

1981 Eades, D., ‘That’s Our Way of Talking: Aborigines in Southeast Queensland’, Social Alternatives, 2:2, 11-14.

1978 Eagleson, R., ‘Urban Aboriginal English’, AUMLA, 49, 52-64.

1977 Eagleson, R., ‘English and the Urban Aboriginal, Meanjin, 36, 535-44.

1977 Sharpe, M.C., 'Alice Springs Aboriginal English', in E. Brumby & E. Vaszolyi (eds), Language Problems and Aboriginal Education, Mount Lawley: Mount Lawley College of Advanced Education, 45-50.

1977 Gardiner, J., 'Teaching Standard English as a Second Dialect to Speakers of Aboriginal English', in E. Brumby & E. Vaszolyi (eds), Language Problems and Aboriginal Education, Mount Lawley: Mount Lawley College of Advanced Education, 165-99.

1968 Flint, E.H., ‘Aboriginal English: linguistic description as an aid to teaching’, English in Australia, 6, 3-21.

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