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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 3 - Society -> 750000 - Social Development and Community Services -> 751000 Communication -> 751002 Languages and literacy :

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Nguyen, Anh-Thu T. and Ingram, John C. (2007) Accoustic and perceptual cues for compound-phrasal contrasts in Vietnamese. The Journal of the Accoustical Society of America, 122 3: 1746-1757. doi:10.1121/1.2747169 229   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Lee, Dongbae (2005) A consideration of the exclusion of dialects in the South Korean school curriculum through language policy. The Education of Korean Language and Literature, 15 177-205. 132 81
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. 109  
Lappan, R. D. (2001). Along Came the Sky MPhil Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 148 1
Lee, D-B (2007) Analysis of Korean language textbooks for Primary Schools in the Neocolonial period. Journal of The Korean School Textbook Research, 1 1: 95-114. 230  
Lee, D (2006) Analysis of North Korean language textbooks: Altered Jucheism ideology. Korean Language Education Research, 27 399-440. 236  
Petelin, R. M. (2002) Another Whack at WAC: Reprising WAC in Australia. Language and Learning Across the Disciplines, 5 3: 98-109. 69  
Wang, Ying Xian (2006). A pragmatic and semantic study of the Chinese modal particle A PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, University of Queensland. 1107 29
DeVelle, S. L. (2005). Aspectual coercion and on-line processing: The case of iteration. In S. Kepser and M. Reis (Ed.), Linguistic Evidence: Empirical, Theorectical and Computational Perspectives (pp. 105-121) Germany: Mouton de Gruyter. 56  
Huddleston, R. D. A Student's Introduction to English Grammar. UK: Cambridge University Press, 2005. 94  
Dennis, A. (2007) "A study in starvation". The new girl and the gendered socialisation of appetite in Sara Grand's The Beth Book. Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies, 12 1: 19-34. 93  
O'Hanlon, R. (2006) Australian hip hop: A sociolinguistic investigation. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 26 2: 193-209. 110   Cited 3 times in Scopus3
Hamid, O. (2007) Bangladeshi English teachers' perceptions of their professional practice. The Journal of Asia TEFL, 4 2: 27-50. 427  
Georgiades, E. (2000). Basilico and the Journey of the Narrative: Re-Reading Ecriture Feminie and the Experience of Writing the Material PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 80  
Harrington, Michael (2004) Between the input and the acquisition lies the shadow. Bilingualism: Language and cognition, 7 1: 29-31. doi:10.1017/S136672890400121X 353   0
Lee, D A (2006). Blending and categorization in discourse. In: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association. Sixth Annual Meeting of the Japaneses Cognitive Linguistics Association, Ochanomizu University at Toyko, (569-572). 17 - 18 September, 2005. 60  
Gardner, Rod (2007). 'Broken' starts: Bricolage in turn starts in second language talk. In Z. Hua, P. Seedhouse and V. Cook (Ed.), Language Learning and Teaching as Social Inter-Action (pp. 58-71) UK: Palgrave MacMillan. 440 8
Khokhar, M. (2006) Burning poets. Reviews of Annette Marner's 'Women With Their Faces on Fire', Tessa Morris-Suzuki's 'Peeling Apples', Cate Kennedy's 'Joyflight'. Hecate's Australian Women's Book Review, 18 2: . 155  
Simmons, M. (2001) Catali Castellen contacte en 1991-92. Catalan Review: International Journal of Catalan Culture, 15 2: 147-171. 50  
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. 126  
Lee, D.A. Cognitive Linguistics: An Introduction 1st ed. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 2001. 1091  
Varshney, R. (2007). Colliding languages: Student representations of L1 use in foreign language assessment. In N. Ramière and R. Varshney (Ed.), Rhizomes: Connecting Languages, Cultures and Literatures (pp. 18-34) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 61  
Harrington, M. W. (2004). Commentary: Input processing as a theory of processing input. In B. VanPatten (Ed.), Processing instruction: theory, research, and commentary (pp. 79-92) New Jersey, U.S.A.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.. 173  
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. 44  
Baker, C. D., Emmison, J. M. and Firth, A. (2000). Computer language and literacy over the phone. In: Awakenings: Oceanic Voices for the New Millennium. National Conference 2000, Brisbane, (35-36). 5-8 July, 2000. 52  
Pham, N. T. Hong (2007) Conflict resolution tendencies in the multicultural communication environment of NGO offices. Journal of Psychology (Tam Ly Hoc Psychology), 2 95: 56-63. 289  
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  
Sussex, Roland D. (2005). Conversation on the internet: Where electronic discourses diverge from everyday practice. In: Clarke, J., Reading the Past, Writing the Future: Measuring Progress. Queensland Council for Adult Literacy Conference, Brisbane, (19-23). 3-4 June, 2005. 81  
Huddleston, R. D. and Pullum, K. (2006). Coordination and subordination. In B. Aarts and A. McMahon (Ed.), The Handbook of English Linguistics (pp. 198-219) USA: Blackwell Publishing. 49 1
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. 73  
Turner, Graeme (2007) Cultural literacies, critical literacies and the English school curriculum in Australia. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 10 1: 105-114. doi:10.1177/1367877907073905 368 4 Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
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. 138  
Zuckermann, Ghil'ad (2006) Direct and indirect speech in straight-talking Israeli. Acta Linguistica Hungarica: An international journal of linguistics, 53 4: 467-481. 134 279
Kaplan, Robert B. and Baldauf Jr., Richard B. (2005) Editing contributed scholarly articles from a language management perspective. Journal of Second Language Writing, 14 1: 47-62. doi:10.1016/j.jslw.2005.01.001 311 1345 14 Cited 16 times in Scopus16 0
Huddleston, Rodney and Pullum, Geoffrey K. (2003) English Grammar. European English Messenger, 12 1: 65-68. 60  
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. 374 1603
Rahimpour, M. and Yaghoubi-Notash, M. (2007) Examining gender-based variability in task-prompted, monologic L2 oral performance. The Asian EFL Journal, 9 3: 156-179. 103   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Misono, K. (2006). Explorations in English Vowel Space: Regional Variants and their Perception by Japanese Learners of English PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 117  
Poyatos Matas, Cristina (2005). Exploring grammar learning and teaching as a student-centred process PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 352 125
Patton, S. (2006) Four poems by Yu Jian. Translated by Simon Patton. Full Tilt: A Journal of East-Asian Translation and Poetry, 1 . 157  
Payne, John, Huddleston, Rodney and Pullum, Geoffrey K. (2007) Fusion of functions: The syntax of once, twice and thrice. Journal of Linguistics, 43 3: 565-603. doi:10.1017/S002222670700477x 123   4 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Wales, M. L. Grammar for reading. Reading, U.K.: National Centre for Language & Literacy, University of Reading, UK, 2004. 72  
Crozier, N. and Kleinsasser, R. (2006) Home country teachers' advice to non-home country teachers: Some initial insights. RELC Journal: A Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 37 1: 27-45. doi:10.1177/0033688206063471 35   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Hamid, O. (2007) Identifying second language errors: How plausible are plausible reconstructions?. ELT Journal, 61 2: 107-116. doi:10.1093/elt/ccm003 96   Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Pham, N. T. H. (2007) Imposition in invitation in Asian culture: A face-threatening or face-enhancing act. Journal of Linguistics (Ngon ngu), 3 214: 71-80. 155  
Lee, D. B. (2007) Improving the cultural content of Korean language textbooks at the beginners' level. Hangugo Kyoyuk, 18 2: 267-284. 98  
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. 45  
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. 252  
Pietroski, Paul and Crain, Stephen (2005). Innate ideas. In J McGilvray (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Chomsky 1st ed. (pp. 164-180) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 317 2
Chen, P (2006) Introduction, integration and innovation: Reflections on the interaction between western linguistics and Chinese linguistics. Contemporary Linguistics, 8 2: 165-173. 70  

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