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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 -> 420000 Language and Culture -> 420100 Language Studies -> 420101 English :

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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 621 4 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Pullum, G. K. and Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Adjectives and Adverbs. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language 1 ed. (pp. 525-595) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 108  
Brandenstein, C. (2002) AJC Author/Article Index 2001. Australian Journal of Communication, 29 1: 115-116. 47  
AUMLA (2002) Volume 97 41  
AUMLA: Journal of Australasian Universities Language & Literature Association (2000) Volume 93 140  
AUMLA: Journal of Australasian Universities Language & Literature Association (2000) Volume 94 76  
Australian Journal of Communication (2002) Volume 29 Issue 3 48  
Australian Journal of Communication (2002) Volume 29 Issue 2 55  
Australian Journal of Communication (2002) Volume 29 Issue 1 63  
Sussex, R. D. (2000) Blue blankets, snotty gobble ... and other things. Ozwords, 6. 60  
Collins, Peter C. (2007). Can and may: Monosemy or polysemy?. In: Ilana Mushin and Mary Laughren, Annual Meeting of the Australian Linguistic Society, Brisbane, Australia, (). 7-9 July, 2006. 919 1841
Mitchell, Peta Robyn (2003). Cartographic strategies of postmodernity : the figure of the map in contemporary critical theory and fiction PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 630 10
Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Clause Type and Illocutionary Force. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 851-945) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 119  
Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Comparative Constructions. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 1097-1170) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 43  
Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Content Clauses and Reported Speech. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 947-1030) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 54  
Huddleston, R. D., Payne, J. and Peterson, P. (2002). Coordination and Supplementation. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 1273-1362) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 72  
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. 659 2053
Stirling, L. and Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Deixis and Anaphora. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 1449-1564) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 136  
Petelin, R. M., Turner, G., McKee, A., Pearson, M. S., Zorn, T., Greenfield, C. and Weiss, E. (2002) Editing and Publishing Symposium: Taking Submission Seriously. Australian Journal of Communication, 29 2: 103-107. 389 11
Mulholland, J. El lenguaje de la negociación : Manual de estrategias prácticas para mejorar la comunicación. Barcelona, Spain: Gedisa, 2003. 159  
Eades, Diana (1983). English as an Aboriginal language in Southeast Queensland PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 411 790
McNamara, T. and O’Loughlin, K. Experimenting with uncertainty: Essays in honor of Alan Davies. Edited by Elder, C., Brown, A., Grove, E., Hill, K., Iwashita, N. and Lumley, T. Cambridge: UCLES, 2001. 103  
Palmer, F., Huddleston, R. D. and Pullum, G.K. (2002). Inflectional Morphology and Related Matters. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullman (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 1565-1619) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 43  
Ward, G., Birner, B. and Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Information Packaging. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 1363-1447) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 250  
Bauer, L. and Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Lexical Word-formation. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 1621-1721) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 196  
Rowan, Leonie and Honan, Eileen (2005). Literarily lost: The quest for meaningful literacy agendas in early childhood education. In Yelland, Nicola (Ed.), Critical Issues in Early Childhood Education (pp. 197-223) Berkshire, UK: Open University Press. 81 584
Pullum, G. K. and Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Negation. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 785-849) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 57  
Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Non-finite and Verbless Clauses. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 1171-1271) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 126  
Payne, J. and Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Nouns and Noun Phrases. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 323-523) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 277  
Sussex, R. D. (1999) Of donkeys, sterks, sherrocketer ... and other things. Ozwords, 5 2: 7-8. 41  
Pensalfini, R. (2001) Part of Speech Mismatches in Modular Grammar. Linguistic Variation Yearbook, 1 209-227. 38  
Pullum, G. K. and Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Preliminaries. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 1-41) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 21  
Pullum, G. K. and Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Prepositions and Preposition Phrases. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 597-661) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 66  
Nunberg, G., Briscoe, T. and Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Punctuation. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 1723-1764) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 69  
Huddleston, R. D., Pullum, G. K. and Peterson, P. (2002). Relative Constructions and Unbounded Dependencies. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 1031-1096) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 84  
Sussex, Roland D. (2004) Review of Convict Words by Amanda Laugesen. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 27 2: 116-117. 97  
Savige, Jaya (2002) Salute the New Prospero. Overland, 169 47-47. 34  
Sussex, R. D. (2000) She's fully into rap ... and other things. Ozwords, 6 1: 7-8. 58  
Huddleston, R. D. (2002). Syntactic Overview. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 43-69) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 15  
Nonkukhetkhong, Kittiporn (2006). Teachers' perceptions and implementation of the learner-centred approach in teaching English as a foreign language (EFL) in Thai secondary school contexts PhD Thesis, School of Education, The University of Queensland. 74 2
The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language. Edited by R. D. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2002. 114  
Mittwoch, A., Huddleston, R. D. and Collins, P. (2002). The Clause: Adjuncts. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 663-784) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 32  
Huddleston, R. D. (2002). The Clause: Complements. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 213-321) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 39  
Hartogh, Evelyn. (2002). The lure of happiness : a story about love, hate and hair M.A. Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 110 6
Hartshorn, Alma (1993). The presentation of old age in selected twentieth century Australian novels Master's Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 46 1
Allan, Keith (2007). There is no subjunctive in English. In: Ilana Mushin and Mary Laughren, Annual Meeting of the Australian Linguistic Society, Brisbane, Australia, (). 7-9 July, 2006. 788 1213
Clarke, Robert (2005). The utopia of the senses : white travellers in black Australia, 1980-2002 PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 53 3
Huddleston, R. D. (2002). The Verb. In R. Huddleston and G. K. Pullum (Ed.), The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (pp. 71-212) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 56  
Rintel, E. S., Pittam, Jeffery and Mulholland, Joan (2003) Time will tell: Ambiguous non-responses on internet relay chat. Electronic Journal of Communication, 13 1: 1-18. 443 7
Sussex, Roland D. (2004) Uncle Sam and Britannia: The character of Australian English. The Brisbane Line, . 111  

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