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BELL, Allan, and Janet HOLMES (eds.). New Zealand Ways of Speaking English.Clevedon (UK) / Philadelphia : Multilingual Matters Ltd, (1990). Pp [i]-vi ,1-305,(1). Index. 8vo, illustrated pink card covers. Multilingual Matters 65. Contents : 1. Attitudes, Varieties, Discourse: An Introduction to the Sociolinguistics of New Zealand English (by Janet Holmes and Allan Bell). 2.'This Objectionable Colonial Dialect': Historical and Contemporary Attitud es to New Zealand Speech (by Elizabeth Gordon and Marcia Abell). 3. Sociolinguistic Stereotyping in New Zealand (by Graham M. Vaughan and Ingrid Huygens). 4. 'God Help Us If We All Sound Like This': Attitudes to New Zealand and Other English Accents (by Bonn Bayard). 5, Pidgin English and Pidgin Maori in New Zealand (by Ross Clark). 6. The Rise of New Zealand Intonation (by Scott Allan). 7. A Longitudinal Study of the 'ear/air' Contrast in New Zealand Speech (by Elizabeth Gordon and Margaret A. Maclagan). 8. Minder, Mork and Mindy? (-t) Glottalisation and Post-vocalic (-r) in Younger New Zealand English Speakers (by Donn Bayard). 9. Audience and Referee Design in NewZealand Media Language (b Allan Bell). 10. They're Off and Racing Now: The Speech of the New Zealand Race Caller (by Koenraad Kuiper and Paddy Austin ). 11. The Sociolinguistics of Questioning in District Court Trials (by Chris Lane). 12. Politeness Strategies in New Zealand Women's Speech (by JanetHolmes). 13. Politeness Revisited: The Dark Side (by Paddy Austin). Spine sunned, else very good. 45.00
Title: New Zealand Ways of Speaking English. Multilingual Matters 65.
Publisher: Multilingual Matters Ltd, Clevedon (UK) / Philadelphia , 1990, ISBN:1853590827:
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