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Growing Up with Tok Pisin: Contact, Creolization, and Change in Papua New Guinea's National Language (review)

Growing Up with Tok Pisin: Contact, Creolization, and Change in Papua New Guinea's National... Li, Paul Jen-kuei. 1985. The position of Atayal in the Austronesian family. In Austronesian linguistics at the 15th Paci²c Science Congress, ed. by Andrew Pawley and Lois Carrington, 257­280. Series C-88. Canberra: Paci²c Linguistics. -. 2000. Some aspects of Pazeh syntax. In Grammatical analysis: Morphology, syntax, and semantics: Studies in honor of Stanley Starosta, ed. by Videa de Guzman and Byron W. Bender, 89­108. Oceanic Linguistics Special Publication No. 29. Honolulu: University of Hawai`i Press. Lin, Ying-chin. 1999. On Pazeh morphology. Paper presented at the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (SEALS-IX), University of California, Berkeley. Ms., 32 pp. Zeitoun, Elizabeth, and Lillian M. Huang. 2000. Concerning ka-, an overlooked marker of verbal derivation in Formosan languages. Oceanic Linguistics 39:391­414. Geoff P. Smith. 2003. Growing up with Tok Pisin: Contact, creolization, and change in Papua New Guinea's national language. London: Battlebridge Publications. xi + 244 pp. ISBN 1 903292 06 9. £18. Growing up with Tok Pisin (GTP) is not the sociological study that the book's title suggests. It is, instead, an extraordinary attempt at writing a living grammar of a language. Like a more conventional grammar, the book is divided into sections on phonology, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Oceanic Linguistics University of Hawai'I Press

Growing Up with Tok Pisin: Contact, Creolization, and Change in Papua New Guinea's National Language (review)

Oceanic Linguistics , Volume 42 (2) – Dec 30, 2003

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Li, Paul Jen-kuei. 1985. The position of Atayal in the Austronesian family. In Austronesian linguistics at the 15th Paci²c Science Congress, ed. by Andrew Pawley and Lois Carrington, 257­280. Series C-88. Canberra: Paci²c Linguistics. -. 2000. Some aspects of Pazeh syntax. In Grammatical analysis: Morphology, syntax, and semantics: Studies in honor of Stanley Starosta, ed. by Videa de Guzman and Byron W. Bender, 89­108. Oceanic Linguistics Special Publication No. 29. Honolulu: University of Hawai`i Press. Lin, Ying-chin. 1999. On Pazeh morphology. Paper presented at the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (SEALS-IX), University of California, Berkeley. Ms., 32 pp. Zeitoun, Elizabeth, and Lillian M. Huang. 2000. Concerning ka-, an overlooked marker of verbal derivation in Formosan languages. Oceanic Linguistics 39:391­414. Geoff P. Smith. 2003. Growing up with Tok Pisin: Contact, creolization, and change in Papua New Guinea's national language. London: Battlebridge Publications. xi + 244 pp. ISBN 1 903292 06 9. £18. Growing up with Tok Pisin (GTP) is not the sociological study that the book's title suggests. It is, instead, an extraordinary attempt at writing a living grammar of a language. Like a more conventional grammar, the book is divided into sections on phonology,

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Oceanic LinguisticsUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Dec 30, 2003

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