Michael Clyne

Michael Clyne

is author/editor of the following titles:

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English as an International Language: Challenges and possibilities
Edited by Michael Clyne and Farzad Sharifian †
[Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 31:3]  2008.  98 pp.
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Dimensions of Language Attrition
Edited by Kees de Bot, Michael Clyne and T.J.M. van Els
[ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 83/84]  1989.  ca. 162 pp.

is author of the following articles:

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Clyne, Michael and Wallace Kirsop. 2008. “Obituary”. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics  31:2, 13.1–13.2
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Sharifian, Farzad † and Michael Clyne. 2008. “English as an international language”. In English as an International Language: Challenges and possibilities, 36.1–36.19
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Clyne, Michael. 2006. “Foreword”. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics  29:1, 2.1–2.2
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Kretzenbacher, Heinz L., Michael Clyne and Doris Schüpbach. 2006. “Pronominal address in German”. In Address from a World Perspective, 17.1–17.18
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Clyne, Michael. 2004. “Toward an agenda for developing multilingual communication with a community base”. In Multilingual Communication, 19–39
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Clyne, Michael, Edina Eisikovits and Laura Tollfree. 2002. “Ethnolects as in-group varieties”. In Us and Others: Social identities across languages, discourses and cultures, 133–157
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Clyne, Michael, Edina Eisikovits and Laura Tollfree. 2001. “Ethnic varieties of Australian English”. In English in Australia, 223
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Clyne, Michael. 1997. “Pluricentric languages and national identity — an antipodean view”. In Englishes around the World: Studies in honour of Manfred Görlach, 287
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Clyne, Michael. 1994. “Cultural variation in the interrelation of speech acts and turn-talking”. In Language Contact and Language Conflict, 205–221
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Clyne, Michael. 1992. “Linguistic and Sociolinguistic Aspects of Language Contact, Maintenance and Loss”. In Maintenance and Loss of Minority Languages, 17
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Clyne, Michael. 1992. “Multilingualism research in Australia”. In Thirty Years of Linguistic Evolution: Studies in honour of René Dirven on the occasion of his 60th birthday, 399
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Clyne, Michael. 1991. “Bilingual Education for All”. In Focus on Bilingual Education: Essays in honor of Joshua A. Fishman, 253
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Bot, Kees de, Michael Clyne and T. van Eis. 1989. “Dimensions of Language Attrition”. In Dimensions of Language Attrition, i–iii
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Clyne, Michael. 1987. ““Don’t you get bored speaking only English?” — Expressions of meta-linguistic awareness in a bilingual child”. In Language Topics: Essays in honour of Michael Halliday, 85
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Clyne, Michael. 1987. ““Don't you get bored speaking only English?””. In Language Topics: Essays in honour of Michael Halliday, 85
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Clyne, Michael. 1985. “Language Teaching for Inter-Cultural Communication”. In Scientific and Humanistic Dimensions of Language: Festschrift for Robert Lado, 165
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Clyne, Michael. 1982. “Languages other than english”. In Language Planning, 116–127
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Clyne, Michael. 1980. “Primary school languages and bilingual education”. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics  3:1, 29–38
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Clyne, Michael. 1971. “Miscellanea”. ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics  14, 71
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Clyne, Michael. 1968. “Transference patterns among English - German bilinguals”. ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics  2, 5–18