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Title:Currents in Pacific linguistics : papers on Austronesian languages and ethnolinguistics in honour of George W. Grace
Contributor:Blust, R. A
Grace, George William, 1921-
Australian National University. Research School of Pacific Studies. Department of Linguistics
Linguistic Circle of Canberra
Date:1991
Description:"Pacific linguistics is issued through the Linguistic Circle of Canberra ..."--Title page verso
Includes bibliographical references
Includes linguistic data in the Aneityum, To'abata, Bunun, Nelemwa-Nixumwak, Samoan, Hote, Maori, Malay, Xaracuu, Tongan, Tahitian, Hawaiian, Bislama, Tok Pisin, and Aiwoo languages
Genre: Aufsatzsammlung
Extent:xi, 560 pages : illustrations, maps, 1 portrait ; 25 cm
Format:unmediated
volume
Has Format:Also issued online
Identifier:ISBN: 0858834049
ISBN: 9780858834040
Identifier (URI):https://uhmanoa.lib.hawaii.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=1610693
Is Part Of:Pacific linguistics. Series C, 0078-7558 ; 117
Pacific linguistics. Series C ; no. 117
Language:English
Aneityum
To'abaita
Bunun
Nêlêmwa-Nixumwak
Samoan
Hote
Maori
Malay (individual language)
Xârâcùù
Tonga (Tonga Islands)
Tahitian
Hawaiian
Bislama
Tok Pisin
Ayiwo
Language (ISO639):eng
aty
mlu
bnn
nee
smo
hot
mri
zlm
ane
ton
tah
haw
bis
tpi
nfl
Publisher:Canberra : Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University
Spatial Coverage:Austronesische Sprachen
Subject:PL5021.C87 1991
499
Bibliografie
Bibliographie
Ethnolinguistik
Aufsatzsammlung
Austronesische Sprachen
Anthropological linguistics
Austronesian languages
Subject (LCSH):Grace, George William,--1921-
Subject (OLAC):anthropological_linguistics
Table Of Contents:George W. Grace: an appreciation / Robert Blust -- Publications of George W. Grace / Albert J. Schütz -- On the category distributive / Byron W. Bender -- Sound change and migration distance / Robert Blust -- Proto Oceanic culture: the evidence from Melanesia / Ann Chowning -- Search for subject in Samoan / Kenneth William Cook -- Shifting attitudes in Hawai'i 1920s to 1990 / Samuel H. Elbert -- Determiner forms in Hote / Elaine M. Good -- Consonant dissimilation in Māori / Ray Harlow -- Reanalysis of Proto Polynesian noun phrase marking / S.P. Harrison -- Personalised and non-personalised possession: final consonants in Kumak and other languages of far northern New Caledonia / K.J. Hollyman -- Some practical factors in the early development of linguistics as a science / Patricia A. Lee -- Vowel deletion and vowel assimilation in Sediq / Paul Jen-Kuei Li -- Reciprocals and depatientives in To'aba'ita / Frantisek Lichtenberk -- Century of linguistic change in Anejom / John Lynch -- Pronouns, politeness and hierarchy in Malay / Richard McGinn -- Sixteen nuclear Micronesian verbs / Jeff Marck -- Tanimbar-Kei: an eastern Indonesian subgroup / Roger F. Mills -- Fossilised affixes of Bikol / Malcolm W. Mintz -- Samoan construction of reality / Ulrike Mosel -- Relational morphemes and a transitivising suffix in Xaracuu (New Caledonia) / Claire Moyse-Faurie -- Incorporation of genitive relators in the languages of New Caledonia and the Loyalty Islands / F. Ozanne-Rivierre -- How to talk cricket: on linguistic competence in a subject matter / Andrew Pawley -- Tongan speech levels: practice and talk about practice in the cultural construction of social hierarchy / Susan U. Philips -- Final vowel lenition in Micronesian languages: an exploration of the dynamics of drift / Kenneth L. Rehg -- Language of the noble savage: early European perceptions of Tahitian / Karl H. Rensch -- Loss of final consonants in the north of New Caledonia / J. C. Rivierre -- How conservative are sedentary languagaes?: evidence from western Melanesia / M.D. Ross -- William Anderson's Hawaiian word list / Albert J. Schütz -- Mass and count nouns in Chinese and English: a few further Whorfian considerations / Ron Scollon and Suzie Scollon -- Grammar, perception and reality / Stanley Starosta -- Two symmetrical verbal aspects in Oceania / Claude Tchekhoff -- Wanem Bislama? / Darrell Tryon -- Questions and answers in Tok Pisin / John W.M. Verhaar -- Proto Austronesian phoneme *t and the grouping of the Austronesian languages / John U. Wolff -- Language decay and revivalism: the Ayiwo language of the Reef Islands, Santa Cruz Archipeligo, Solomon Islands / S.A. Wurm
Type:text
Type (DCMI):Text

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Citation: Blust, R. A; Grace, George William, 1921-; Australian National University. Research School of Pacific Studies. Department of Linguistics; Linguistic Circle of Canberra. 1991. Pacific linguistics. Series C, 0078-7558 ; 117.
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