New Zealand English

Editors
| University of Auckland
| University of Canterbury
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ISBN 9789027248831 (Eur) | EUR 130.00
ISBN 9781556197239 (USA) | USD 195.00
 
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New Zealand English is currently one of the most researched varieties of English world-wide. This book presents an up-to-date account of all the major aspects of New Zealand English by leading scholars as well as younger specialists in each of the major fields of enquiry. The book is authoritative in its range and represents not only a synopsis of past research, but also new research in many areas of study. It is of interest not just to specialists in regional varieties of English but many of the chapters detail new approaches to the study of dialect phenomena. It contains an introduction describing the external history of New Zealand English and the development of the study of New Zealand English. It comes with a full bibliography of work on New Zealand English and is fully indexed. This book is a significant landmark in the study of English varieties and will prove indispensable for anyone who is a student of English and New Zealand English.
[Varieties of English Around the World, G25]  2000.  368 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Map
7
Abbreviations & Glossary
8
Phonetic symbols
9
1. New Zealand and New Zealand English
Koenraad Kuiper and Allan Bell
11–22
2. andling New Zealand English lexis
Tony Deverson
23–39
3. The dialectal origins of New Zealand English
Laurie Bauer
40–52
4. ‘No-one sounds like us?’ A comparison of New Zealand and other southern hemiphere Englishes
W. Scott Allan and Donna Starks
53–83
5. New Zealand English across the generations: an analysis of selected vowel and consonant variables
Nicola J. Woods
84–110
6. The apparent merger of the front centring diphthongs — EAR and AIR — in New Zealand English
Margaret Batterham
111–145
7. Intonation and prosody in New Zealand English
Paul Warren and David Britain
146–172
8. Variation in New Zealand English syntax and morphology
Heidi Quinn
173–197
9. As far as analysing grammatical variation and change in New Zealand English with very few tokens is concerned/ø
David Britain
198–220
10. Maori and Pakeha English: a case study
Allan Bell
221–248
11. Talking Maori or Pakeha in English: signalling identity in discourse
Maria Stubbe and Janet Holmes
249–278
12. ‘A deep depression covers the South Tasman Sea’: New Zealand Meteorological Office weather forecasts
Francesca Hickey and Koenraad Kuiper
279–296
13. The cultural cringe revisited: changes through time in Kiwi attitudes toward accents
Donn Bayard
297–324
Bibliography
325–354
Notes on the contributors
355–357
Index
358–366
“This latest collection on NZE manages to strike the balance between providing an overview of previous studies on the one hand — what we know and still need to learn about NZE — and original research on the other hand. It was the editors' aim "that the book should serve the interests of students of NZE and scholars of English varieties world wide" (p.22). The articles collected in this volume succeed in doing this: they give an excellent overview of the state of the art in studies on NZE; at the same time, the inclusion of papers which provide a more general theoretical and methodological perspective will not fail to attract the second type of intended speaker.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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