19.2233, TOC: English World-Wide 29/2 (2008)

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Subject: 19.2233, TOC: English World-Wide 29/2 (2008)

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Subject: English World-Wide Vol 29, No 2 (2008)


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Publisher:	John Benjamins
Journal Title:  English World-Wide 
Volume Number:  29 
Issue Number:  2 
Issue Date:  2008 

Main Text:  

English World-Wide 29:2 

2008. 124 pp.

Table of contents


Mobile language choices ? The use of English and isiXhosa in text messages
(SMS): Evidence from a bilingual South African sample 
Ana Deumert and Sibabalwe Oscar Masinyana 117-147  

The pronunciation of Hong Kong English 
David Deterding, Jennie Wong and Andy Kirkpatrick 148-175  

National and ethnic identity markers: New Zealand short front vowels in New
Zealand Maori English and Pasifika Englishes 
Donna Starks 176-193  

An acoustic comparison of English monophthongs and diphthongs produced by
Australian and Thai speakers 
Kimiko Tsukada 194-211  

Book reviews   

Sandra Mollin. 2006. Euro-English: Assessing Variety Status 
Reviewed by Philip Shaw 213-216  

Lars Hinrichs. 2006. Code-switching on the Web: English and Jamaican Creole in
E-mail Communication 
Reviewed by Michelle C. Braña-Straw 217-221  

Timo Lothmann. 2006. God i tok long yumi long Tok Pisin. Eine Betrachtung der
Bibelübersetzung in Tok Pisin vor dem Hintergrund der sprachlichen Identität
eines Papua-Neuguinea zwischen Tradition und Moderne 
Reviewed by Walter Seiler 222-225  

Eric A. Anchimbe. 2006. Cameroon English. Authenticity, Ecology and Evolution 
Reviewed by Anne Schröder 226-231  

Edgar W. Schneider. 2007. Post-colonial English: Varieties around the World 
Reviewed by David Deterding 

Linguistic Field(s): English

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