English World-Wide 39:1
[English World-Wide, 39:1] 2018. iii, 126 pp.
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Table of Contents
A multitude of “lishes” The nomenclature of hybridityJames Lambert | pp. 1–33
Neologisms: Word creation processes in Hindi-English code-mixed wordsSujata S. Kathpalia | pp. 34–59
Advanced Dublin English as audience and referee design in Irish radio advertising: The “initiative” role of advertising in the construction of identityJoan O’Sullivan | pp. 60–84
Pronoun omission in high-contact varieties of English: Complexity versus efficiencyIván Tamaredo | pp. 85–110
Michael Percillier. 2016. World Englishes and Second Language Acquisition: Insights from Southeast Asian EnglishesReviewed by Sarah Buschfeld | pp. 111–116
Christiane Meierkord, Bebwa Isingoma and Saudah Namyalo. 2016. Ugandan English: Its Sociolinguistics, Structure and Uses in a Globalising Post-ProtectorateReviewed by Eric A. Anchimbe | pp. 117–121
Robert McColl Millar. 2016. Contact. The Interaction of Closely Related Linguistic Varieties and the History of EnglishReviewed by Daniel Schreier | pp. 122–126
BIC Subject: CF/2AB – Linguistics/English
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General