Rajendra Singh

List of John Benjamins publications for which Rajendra Singh plays a role.


Towards a Critical Sociolinguistics

Edited by Rajendra Singh

[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 125] 1996. xii, 342 pp.
Subjects Sociolinguistics and Dialectology | Theoretical linguistics


Singh, Rajendra 2002 Review of "Japanese Haiku 2001"Babel 48:4, pp. 377–381 | Review
Orgeira Crespo, Raquel, Carmen Toledano Buendia, Zsuzsanna Ardo, Anne Barlovatz, Rajendra Singh and Karim Menacere 2001 Bibliographical and Lexicographical InformationBabel 47:1, pp. 83–96 | Miscellaneous
Singh, Rajendra 1996 IntroductionTowards a Critical Sociolinguistics, Singh, Rajendra (ed.), pp. 1 ff. | Article
Singh, Rajendra and Jayant K. Lele 1996 3. The autonomy of social variables: The indian evidence revisitedTowards a Critical Sociolinguistics, Singh, Rajendra (ed.), pp. 59 ff. | Article
Singh, Rajendra, Jayant K. Lele and Gita Martohardjono 1996 10. Communication in a multilingual society: Some missed opportunitiesTowards a Critical Sociolinguistics, Singh, Rajendra (ed.), pp. 237 ff. | Article
Singh, Rajendra and Pieter Muysken 1995 Wanted: A Debate in Pidgin/Creole PhonologyJournal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 10:1, pp. 157–169 | Miscellaneous
Singh, Rajendra 1987 Multiple Negation in ShakespeareA Reader in the Language of Shakespearean Drama, Salmon, Vivian and Edwina Burness, pp. 339 ff. | Chapter
Singh, Rajendra and Balkrishan Kachroo 1987 Textual Cohesion in Hindi: A Comparative StudyITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics 76, pp. 1–24 | Article
The purpose of this paper is to summarize some preliminary research on textual cohesion in Hindi. The study of linguistic cohesion attempts to isolate linguistic devices used to ‘link’ sentences in a discourse. The present study was undertaken to find out exactly what cohesion devices are used in… read more
Singh, Rajendra and Alan Ford 1985 L'interférence et la Théorie PhonologiqueLingvisticæ Investigationes 9:2, pp. 365–375 | Article
The purpose of this paper is to argue that the facts of interphonology support a division of processes relating sound alternations into two distinct types: those that cannot cause negative transfer and those that can and often do. This distinction has been captured in two ways in recent… read more
Singh, Rajendra and Jo-Anne Stanton 1982 Cohesion and Social StratificationITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics 56, pp. 1–10 | Article