Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 6:1

[Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 6:1]  1983.  v, 129 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Child phonology: Why linguists study it
Charles A. Ferguson
1–16
The Macquarie English dictionary
Arthur Delbridge
17–23
The position of English in Oceania
Andrew Taylor
24–37
Semantic ‘drift’ in verbal art
David G. Butt
38–48
Do immersion programmes adversely affect pupils’ English?
Tom Cameron
49–63
The English used by Aboriginal children
Richard F. Walker
64–75
Construction of a bilingual dictionary: Bikol – English
M.W. Mintz
76–85
On purpose
John A. Stanley and S. Neeson
86–96
Language of publications as a variable in scientific communication
Richard B. Baldauf, Jr. † and Björn H. Jernudd
97–108
Are ‘Nonsense Rhymes’ for young children culturally universal?
Gwenda Davey
109–115
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General