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Deconstructing Creole
Edited by Umberto Ansaldo, Stephen Matthews and Lisa Lim
[Typological Studies in Language 73] 2007
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Cited by 22 other publications

Ansaldo, Umberto
2010. Identity alignment and language creation in multilingual communities. Language Sciences 32:6  pp. 615 ff. DOI logo
Chaopreecha, Jakraphan, Nicha Tovankasame & Pittaya Limbut
2022. Reconsidering the Chinese Identity: Cultural Reproduction in Phuket Gastronomy. In Transnational Chinese Diaspora in Southeast Asia,  pp. 81 ff. DOI logo
Hackert, Stephanie
2021. Creole Distinctiveness?. In English and Spanish,  pp. 92 ff. DOI logo
Hoogervorst, Tom G.
2017. What kind of language was ‘Chinese Malay’ in late colonial Java?. Indonesia and the Malay World 45:133  pp. 294 ff. DOI logo
2013. More on Kena‐passives in Singapore English. World Englishes 32:3  pp. 297 ff. DOI logo
Lee, Cher Leng
2024. Singapore hawker centres. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 34:1  pp. 23 ff. DOI logo
Lee, Nala H.
2018. Baba Malay. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 33:1  pp. 136 ff. DOI logo
Lee, Nala H.
2020. The Status of Endangered Contact Languages of the World. Annual Review of Linguistics 6:1  pp. 301 ff. DOI logo
Lee, Nala H.
2020. Style variation in the second formant. Language Ecology 4:1  pp. 115 ff. DOI logo
Lee, Nala H.
2022. Speech style variation in an endangered language. Linguistics Vanguard 8:s5  pp. 637 ff. DOI logo
Lee, Nala H.
2023. Variability or its loss in creole endangerment. Asia-Pacific Language Variation 9:1  pp. 59 ff. DOI logo
Lee, Nala H.
2023. The early Baba Malay continuum. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages DOI logo
2007. Mergers and acquisitions: on the ages and origins of Singapore English particles1. World Englishes 26:4  pp. 446 ff. DOI logo
Lim, Lisa
2010. Peranakan English in Singapore. In The Lesser-Known Varieties of English,  pp. 327 ff. DOI logo
Lim, Lisa
2014. Yesterday’s founder population, today’s Englishes. In The Evolution of Englishes [Varieties of English Around the World, G49],  pp. 401 ff. DOI logo
Lim, Lisa
2016. The art of losing. In Endangered Languages and Languages in Danger [IMPACT: Studies in Language, Culture and Society, 42],  pp. 283 ff. DOI logo
Lim, Lisa
2024. Pidgins and creoles in Southeast Asia. In The Oxford Handbook of Southeast Asian Englishes,  pp. 54 ff. DOI logo
Lim, Lisa & Umberto Ansaldo
2021. Foundings and futures. In Variation Rolls the Dice [Contact Language Library, 59],  pp. 243 ff. DOI logo
Ng, E-Ching
2012. Chinese meets Malay meets English: origins of Singaporean English word-final high tone. International Journal of Bilingualism 16:1  pp. 83 ff. DOI logo
Oh, Youri, Nurul Fatin Afiqah Hj Abdul Razak, Donovan Hee Tat Wee, Eric Lu Ching & Zubaidah Rahman
2019. The development of Nyonya cuisine in the Malay Archipelago: Penang and Malacca Nyonya cuisine. Journal of Ethnic Foods 6:1 DOI logo
Danae Perez, Marianne Hundt, Johannes Kabatek & Daniel Schreier
2021. English and Spanish, DOI logo
2014. Argument ellipsis in Colloquial Singapore English and the Anti-Agreement Hypothesis. Journal of Linguistics 50:2  pp. 365 ff. DOI logo

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