English World-Wide 32:1
[English World-Wide, 32:1] 2011. iii, 114 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Globalization of African American Vernacular English in popular culture: Blinglish in Korean Hip HopJamie Shinhee Lee | pp. 1–23
Charting vowel spaces in Edinburgh middle-class speechOle Schützler | pp. 24–45
Global Englishes and the sociolinguistics of spelling: A study of Jamaican blog and email writingLars Hinrichs and Jessica White-Sustaíta | pp. 46–73
The fall of demonstrative them: Evidence from AppalachiaKirk Hazen, Sarah Hamilton and Sarah Vacovsky | pp. 74–103
Christina Higgins. 2009. English as a Local Language: Post-colonial Identities and Multilingual PracticesReviewed by Alfred Buregeya | pp. 105–110
Bruce Moore. 2008. Speaking Our Language: The Story of Australian EnglishReviewed by Scott F. Kiesling | pp. 111–114
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