English World-Wide

Volume 33, Issue 2 (2012)

2012.  iv, 113 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
South African English as a late 19th-century extraterritorial variety
Ian Bekker
127–146
The hypothetical subjunctive in South Asian Englishes: Local developments in the use of a global construction
Marianne Hundt, Sebastian Hoffmann and Joybrato Mukherjee
147–164
I own this language that everybody speaks: Ghanaians’ attitude toward the English language
Dominic Maximilian Ofori and Mohammed Albakry
165–184
Ascending kinship terminology in Middle Rocky Mountain English
Lamont. Antieau
185–204
Book reviews
Review of Walker (2010): Variation in Linguistic Systems
Alexandra D'Arcy
205–209
Review of Facchinetti, Crystal & Seidlhofer (2010): From International to Local English – and Back Again
Reviewed by Janina Werner
210–214
Review of Meyerhoff & Schleef (2010): The Routledge Sociolinguistics Reader
Reviewed by Christine Mallinson
215–220
Review of Schreier, Trudgill, Schneider & Williams (2010): The Lesser-Known Varieties of English
Reviewed by David Deterding
221–224
Review of Bautista & Bolton (2008): Philippine English: Linguistic and Literary Perspectives.
Reviewed by James D'Angelo
225–230
Review of Adeyanju (2009):
Reviewed by Dagmar Deuber
231–235
Review of Saxena & Omoniyi (2010): Contending with Globalization in World Englishes
Reviewed by David Deterding
236–239
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