New Zealand English

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7 Selected Bibliography of
Works on New Zealand
English

There are three publications which regularly publish work on New Zealand English: the New Zealand English Journal (formerly the New Zealand English Newsletter), Te Reo (the Journal of the New Zealand Linguistics Society), and Wellington Working Papers in Linguistics. The archives of these publications contain a great many articles — largely descriptive — outlining features of New Zealand English. Some, but by no means all, of these articles are included in the bibliography below.

A more comprehensive New Zealand English bibliography has been prepared by Tony Deverson and John Macalister, and was published in volume 20 (2006) of the New Zealand English Journal. It is currently available on line at http://www.vuw.ac.nz/lals/publications/ nzej.aspx.


7.1 Earlier books which provide overviews of NZE

7.1.1 Accessible introductions to NZE

Bayard, D. (1995). Kiwitalk: Sociolinguistics and New Zealand Society.

Palmerston North, NZ: Dunmore Press. Burridge, K. and J. G. Mulder (1998). English in Australia and New Zealand: An Introduction to its History, Structure and Use. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Gordon, E. and T. Deverson (1985). New Zealand English: An Introduction to New Zealand Speech and Usage. Auckland: Heinemann. (This book was revised and extended in Gordon and Deverson 1998.) Gordon, E. and T. Deverson (1998). New Zealand English and English in New Zealand. Auckland: New House.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Preface vii
  • Maps x
  • 1- Geography, Demography and Cultural Factors 1
  • 2- Phonetics and Phonology 14
  • 3- Morphosyntax 47
  • 4- New Zealand Vocabulary and Discourse Features 65
  • 5- The Origins of New Zealand English 84
  • 6- Variation within New Zealand 95
  • 7- Selected Bibliography of Works on New Zealand English 112
  • 8- Sample Texts 138
  • Bibliography of Cited Works 154
  • Index 161
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