English World-Wide

Volume 22, Issue 2 (2001)

2001.  
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
Atlantic, Pacific, and world-wide features in English-lexicon contact languages
Philip Baker and Magnus Huber
157–208
A profile of the Fiji English lexis
Jan Tent
209–245
Language in post-colonial Hong Kong: The roles of English and Chinese in the public and private sectors
Steven Evans and Christopher R. Green
247–268
A spectrographic analysis of vowel fronting in Bradford English
Dominic Watt and Jennifer Tillotson
269–303
Review article
Review of Huber & Parkvall (1999): Spreading the Word: The Issue of Diffusion Among the Atlantic Creoles
Reviewed by Ian F. Hancock
303–314
Book reviews
Review of Bautista (1997): English Is an Asian Language: The Philippine Context. Proceedings of the Conference Held in Manila on August 2–3, 1996 & Newbrook (1999): English Is an Asian Language: The Thai Context. Proceedings of the Conference Held in Bangkok on August 8–9, 1996 & Said & Siew (2000): English Is an Asian Language: The Malaysian Context. Proceedings of the Conference Held in Kuala Lumpur on August 18–19, 1997
Reviewed by Edgar W. Schneider
315–321
Review of Ronowicz & Yallop (1999): English: One Language, Different Cultures
Reviewed by Edgar W. Schneider
322–326
Review of Labov (2001): Principles of Linguistic Change Social Factors
Reviewed by Manfred Görlach †
326–330
Shorter notices
331–344
Publications received
345–346
Index to Volume 22
347–348
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