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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 380000 Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences -> 380200 Linguistics -> 380205 Language in Culture and Society (Sociolinguistics) :

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Sussex, Roland (2004) Abstand, Ausbau, creativity and ludicity in Australian English. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 24 1: 3-19. doi:10.1080/0726860032000203182 623 4 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Schupbach, Doris, Hajek, John, Warren, Jane, Clyne, Michael, Kretzenbacher, Heinz-L. and Norrby, Catrin (2007). A cross-linguistic comparison of address pronoun use in four European languages: Intralingual and interlingual dimensions. In: Ilana Mushin and Mary Laughren, Annual Meeting of the Australian Linguistic Society, Brisbane, Australia, (). 7-9 July, 2006. 1441 2217
White, C. J. and Roan, A. M. (2006). An exploration of the discursive construction of WorkChoices. In: J. Baily, K. Broadbent, L. Edwards, P. McDonald and G. Whitehouse, Our work ... our lives: National conference on women and industrial relations. Proceedings of the 1st Biennial Conference of the National Network of Working Women's Centres, held in conjunction with Griffith University. Refereed papers.. National Conference on Women and Industrial Relations, Brisbane, (151-161). 12-14 July, 2006. 109  
Petraki, E. (2001). A powerful father: An interview with a Greek-Australian family. In: K. Allan and J. Henderson, Proceedings of ALS2k, the 2000 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society. ALS2k 2000 Conference of Australian Linguistic Society, Melbourne, Victoria, (). 7-9 July, 2000. 29  
Lammervo, T. M. (2002). Australian Finns and their Language. In: Olavi Koivukangas, Entering Multiculturalism: Finnish Experience Abroad. FinnForum VI: 'Entering multiculturalism: Finnish experience abroad': International Finnish Studies Conference, University of Jyvaskyla, (112-118). 13-16 June 2001. 48  
O'Hanlon, R. (2006) Australian hip hop: A sociolinguistic investigation. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 26 2: 193-209. 111   Cited 3 times in Scopus3
Jamarani, Shirin (2005) (Book review) Against Empire: Feminisms, Racism, and the West. Asian Studies Review Journal, 29 2: 227-229. doi:10.1080/10357820500221196 40   0
Baker, Carolyn, Emmison, Michael and Firth, Alan (2005). Calibrating for Competence in Calls to Technical Support. In C. Baker, M. Emmison and A. Firth (Ed.), Calling for Help: Language and Social Interaction on Telephone Helplines (pp. 39-62) Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 335 1
Firth, A., Emmison, J.M. and Baker, C. D. (2005). Calling for Help: An Introduction. In C. Baker, M. Emmison and A. Firth (Ed.), Calling for Help: Language and Social Interaction on Telephone Helplines (pp. 1-35) Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 69  
Simmons, M. (2001) Catali Castellen contacte en 1991-92. Catalan Review: International Journal of Catalan Culture, 15 2: 147-171. 51  
Banu, Rahela and Sussex, Roland D. (2001) Code-switching in Bangladesh. English Today, 17 2: 51-61. 279  
Susanto, D. (2006). Code-switching in Islamic religious discourse: A sociolinguistic approach. In Ramière, N. and Varshney, R. (Ed.), Rhizomes: Connecting Languages, Cultures and Literatures (pp. 155-176) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 109  
Susanto, Djoko (2006). Codeswitching in Islamic Religious Discourse: The Role of Insha'Allah. In: Bennett, Kate, Jamarani, Maryam and Tolton, Laura, Rhizomes: Re-Visioning Boundaries, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland, (). 24-25 February, 2006. 571 3893
Sussex, Roland (2006). Communicating Stuff: The Intercultural Rhizome. In: Bennett, Kate, Jamarani, Maryam and Tolton, Laura, Rhizomes: Re-Visioning Boundaries, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland, (). 24-25 February, 2006. 329 753
Gallois, C., Ogay, T. and Giles, H. (2005). Communication accommodation theory: A look back and a look ahead. In W. Gudykunst (Ed.), Theorizing about intercultural communication (pp. 121-148) Thousand Oaks, CA, USA: Sage. 6362 2
Lee, D. A. (2003). Constructivist processes in discourse: A cognitive linguistics perspective. In H. van den Berg, M. Wetherell and H. Houtkoop-Streenstra (Ed.), Analyzing Race Talk (pp. 49-64) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 72  
Develotte, C. and Gee, R. (2005). Contacts de l@ngues sur cran ou comment on donne sa langue la souris. In C. van den Avenne (Ed.), Mobilits et Contacts de Langues: Contacts de langues dans des contextes de mobilit (pp. 147-161) France: L'Harmattan. 59  
Ramiere, Nathalie (2005). Cultural constraints in audiovisual translation. In: G. Ernst, A. Hurley and K. Sutton, Contexts, Contacts & Constraints: School of Languages Postgraduate Research Papers on Language and Literature. 4th University of Melbourne School of Languages Postgraduate Conference, University of Melbourne, (101-115). 31 October - 1 November 2003. 189  
Jackson, Lachlan R. (2006). "Daddy, Nani Itteru No?" Native English-Speaking Fathers and Bilingual Childrearing in Intermarried Families in Japan. In: Bennett, Kate, Jamarani, Maryam and Tolton, Laura, Rhizomes: Re-Visioning Boundaries, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland, (). 24-25 February, 2006. 669 2070
Petraki, E. (2001). Daughters in action: An interview study. In: Orders of Ordinary Action. The Manchester Conference: Orders of Ordinary Action, Melbourne, Victoria, (50-50). 9-11 July, 2001. 19  
Chen, P. (2001). Development and standardization of lexicon in modern written Chinese. In N. Gottlieb and P. Chen (Ed.), Language Planning and Language Policy: East Asian Perspectives (pp. 49-74) Surrey, UK: Curzon Press. 58  
Sullivan, Kirk P.H., Bayard, Donn, Weatherall, Ann, Gallois, Cindy, Schilchting, Frank and Pittam, Jeffery (2000). Does media exposure to an accent impact upon the estimation of the age of speakers?. In: M. Barlow and P. Rose, Proceedings of the Eighth Australian International Conference on Speech Science & Technology. Eighth Australian International Conference on Speech Science & Technology, Canberra, A.C.T., (336-341). 5-7 December 2000. 90  
Banu, Rahela and Sussex, Roland (2001). English in Bangladesh after independence: Dynamics of policy and practice. In B. Moore (Ed.), Who's Centric Now? The Present State of Post-Colonial Englishes (pp. 122-147) South Melbourne, Victoria: Oxford University Press. 375 1603
O'Connell, S. M. (2006) English language collaboration: An analysis of the impact on student motivation. Academia Literature and Language, 80 27-38. 30  
Pensalfini, Rob (2004) Eulogizing a language: The Ngarnka experience. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 168 141-156. 2659 2 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Martín, Mario Daniel (1999) Factores que afectan la lealtad lingstica en la comunidad de habla hispana en Australia [Factors affecting the linguistic loyalty in the Spanish-speaking community in Australia]. Estudios filológicos [Philological Studies], 34: 131-154. doi:10.4067/S0071-17131999003400010 57   0 0
Danby, Susan, Baker, Carolyn and Emmison, Michael (2005). Four Observations on Openings in Calls to Kids Help Line. In C. Baker, M. Emmison and A. Firth (Ed.), Calling for Help: Language and Social Interaction on Telephone Helplines (pp. 133-151) Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 336 3
Chen, P. (2001). Functions of phonetic writing in Chinese. In N.Gottlieb and P. Chen (Ed.), Language Planning and Language Policy: East Asian Perspectives (pp. 75-94) Surrey UK: Curzon. 67  
Nagata, Yuriko and Sullivan, Kristen (2005). Hegemonic gender in Japanese as a foreign language education: Australian perspectives. In M. McLelland and R. Dasgupta (Ed.), Genders, Transgenders and Sexualities in Japan (pp. 15-32) Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 411 513
Graham, Phil (2002) Hypercapitalism: Language, new media and social perceptions of value. Discourse & Society, 13 2: 227-249. doi:10.1177/0957926502013002408 40   10 Cited 15 times in Scopus15 0
Kapitzke, C. (2003) Information literacy: A review and poststructural critique. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 26 1: 53-66. 60  
Zuckermann, Ghil'ad (2007) Israeli, speak Israeli! - The marvels of the Israeli language. Iton 77, 318 16-21. 105  
Hashimoto, K. (2007). Japan's language policy and the "lost decade". In Tsui, A. B. M. and Tollefson, J. W. (Ed.), Language Policy, Culture, and Identity in Asian Contexts (pp. 25-36) London, UK: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 210  
Rojas-Lizana, Isolda R. and Arroyo-Furphy, Susana (2005) La cortesia: un fenomeno pragmatico. Razon y Palabra, 11 48: . 69  
Lammervo, Tiina (2005). Language and culture contact and attitudes among first generation Australian Finns PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland. 353 3
Ting, S. H. (2001). Language Choice in Multilingual Organisational Settings: The Case of Sarawak, Malaysia PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland. 292  
Watson, Bernadette M. and Gallois, Cynthia (2007). Language, discourse, and communication about health and illness: intergroup relations, role, and emotional support. In A. Weatherall, Bernadette M. Watson and Cynthia Gallois (Ed.), Language, discourse and social psychology First ed. (pp. 108-130) United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. 107 5
Language Planning and Language Policy: East Asian Perspectives. Edited by N. R. Gottlieb and P. Chen Surrey, UK: Curzon Press, 2001. 51  
Gottlieb, N. R. and Chen, P. (2001). Language planning and language policy in East Asia: An overview. In N.Gottlieb and P. Chen (Ed.), Language Planning and Language Policy: East Asian Perspectives (pp. 1-20) Surrey, UK: Curzon Press. 109  
Gottlieb, N. R. (2001). Language planning and policy in Japan. In N.Gottlieb and P. Chen (Ed.), Language Planning and Language Policy: East Asian Perspectives (pp. 21-48) Surrey, UK: Curzon Press. 177  
Chen, P. (2001). Language policy in Hong Kong during the colonial period before July 1, 1997. In N. Gottlieb and P. Chen (Ed.), Language Planning and Language Policy: East Asian Perspectives (pp. 111-128) Surrey, UK: Curzon. 182  
Kaplan, Robert B. and Baldauf Jr., Richard B. (2007) Language policy spread: Learning from health and social policy models. Language Problems and Language Planning, 31 2: 107-129. 101 501
Simmons, M. (2003). Language shift and linguistic markets in Barcelona. In: L. Sayahi, Selected Proceedings of the First Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics. First Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics, Albany/State University of New York, (11-17). 14-15 March, 2002. 36  
Simmons, M. (2002) Linguistic networks and linguistic mobility. Bulletin of Nagano University, 23 4: 14-31. 45  
Kapitzke, C. (1999). Literacy and religion: The word, the holy word, and the world. In D. A. Wagner, R. L. Venezky and B. V. Street (Ed.), Literacy: An International Handbook (pp. 113-118) Boulder, CO: Westview Press. 43  
Danby, S., Baker, C.D. and Emmison, J.M. (2002). Making interactional spaces for hearing children's competence. In: W. Shilton and R. Jeffery, Problematic Futures: Educational Research in an Era of ... Uncertainty. AARE 2002 International Education Research Conference, Brisbane, (31-31). 1-5 December 2002. 27  
Jervis-Tracey, P. (2004). Managing the teleconference: Orienting to the technology, attending to the business. In Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur and Paul Jervis-Tracey (Ed.), Crossing Boundaries: Perspectives across Paradigms in Educational Research (pp. 119-158) Brisbane: Australian Academic Press. 27  
Fairclough, N. and Graham, P. W. (2002) Marx as a Critical Discourse Analyst: The genesis of a critical method and its relevance to the critique of global capital. Estudios de Sociolinguistica, 3 1: 185-230. 124  
Vallis, R. (1999). Members' methods for entering and leaving #IRCbar: A conversation analytic study of internet relay chat. In Karen Chalmers, Samuela Bogitini and Peter Renshaw (Ed.), Educational research in new times: Imagining communities for diversity and inclusiveness (pp. 117-126) Flaxton, Queensland: Post Pressed. 40  
Chen, P. Modern Chinese: Its History and Sociolinguistics. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1999. 85  

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