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Date: 04-Jan-2012
From: John M Clifton [john_clifton at sil.org]
Subject: Language and Linguistics in Melanesia Vol. 29 (2011)


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Date: Fri, 06 Jan 2012 15:48:33
From: John M Clifton [john_clifton at sil.org]
Subject: Language and Linguistics in Melanesia Vol. 29 (2011)

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Publisher:	Linguistic Society of Papua New Guinea
			 			
			
Journal Title:  Language and Linguistics in Melanesia 
Volume Number:  29 
Issue Number:   
Issue Date:  2011 


Main Text:  

After a 13-year hiatus, the Linguistic Society of Papua New Guinea (LSPNG) has 
revived the journal "Language and Linguistics in Melanesia" in an online format. 
Please follow the links below to access articles in this volume.

Editorial by Prof. Kenneth M. Sumbuk, Managing Editor LLM       
p.1
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%20December%202011%20CONT
ENTS%20&%20EDITORIALS.pdf

Editorial Comment by Prof. John Lynch, Associate Editor LLM      
p.1
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%20December%202011%20CONT
ENTS%20&%20EDITORIALS.pdf

Proceedings of the 2011 LSPNG Conference in Ukarumpa

The (Mis)Fortunes of Vernacular Literacy in the Huli Language of the Southern 
Highlands Province (SHP)
by Syd Gould (Evangelical Church of PNG (ECPNG))              
p.2
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%202011%20SYD%20GOULD.pdf

Highlands Sung Tales: Interdisciplinary Research on a Distinctive Art Form
by Don Niles (Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies)           
p. 22
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%202011%20DON%20NILES.pdf

Language: captured 'live' through the lens of dialectics
by Olga Temple (UPNG)                                          
p.31
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%20December%202011%20TEMPL
E%201.pdf

Tok Ples in Texting & Social Networking: PNG 2010
by Olga Temple (UPNG)                                          
p.54  
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%20December%202011%20TEMPL
E%202.pdf

A Defining Feature of the Tokpisin Lexicon
by Dicks Rae Thomas (UPNG)                                     
p.65  
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%20December%202011%20DIX%2
0THOMAS.pdf

Articles

Meaning in Melanesia, and some Changes
by Peter C Lincoln (University of Hawaiʻi)                     
p.73  
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%20December%202011%20LINCO
LN.pdf

The Need for a Better Education in Indigenous Languages: a Case for Alekano
by Lawrence Gerry (University of Goroka)                       
p.80  
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%20Dec%202011%20%20Lawrenc
e%20Gerry.pdf

Solomon Islands Initiatives to Support & Enhance the Use of Vernaculars in Early 
Childhood Education
by Ali Glasgow (Victoria University), Bernadine Ha'amori (Ministry of Education & 
Human Resource Development), Joanna Daiwo and Viola Masala (Solomon 
Islands College of Higher Education)                             
p.87  
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%20December%202011%20ALI%2
0GLASGOW.pdf
 
Decreolization of Tok Pisin: Is there a Tok Pisin-to-English Continuum?
by Kilala Devette-Chee (UPNG)                                  
p.95  
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%20December%202011%20CHEE.
pdf

Sociolinguistic Pressures on Post-Graduate Students from Developing Countries 
Studying Overseas
by Jillian Thiele (Pacific Adventist University)               
p.104  
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%20December%202011%20THIEL.
pdf

URL for the full volume: 
www.langlxmelanesia.com/LLM%20Vol.%2029%20December%202011%20MAIDE
N.pdf

URL for Language and Linguistics in Melanesia: www.langlxmelanesia.com 



Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                     Language Documentation
                     Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)
                     Huli (hui)
                     Pijin (pis)
                     Tok Pisin (tpi)





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