Ethnic and Social Dialects--
A Citation List
Wright State University-Lake Campus
Bickerton, Derek, and Carol Odo. Change and Variation in Hawaiian English. Vol. 1: General Phonology and Pidgin Syntax. Washington, DC: National Science Foundation, 1976.
Carr, Elizabeth Ball. Da Kine Talk: From Pidgin to Standard English in Hawaii. Honolulu, HA: UP of Hawaii, 1972.
Chun, Kimberly. "Roots in Old Hawaii Still Hold Sway." San Francisco Chronicle 13 Sep. 1998: 12.
Day, Richard R. The Teaching of English to Hawaiian Creole-Speaking Children. ERIC Report ED 076 973, 1972.
Fernandez, Sandy M. "Lois Ann Yamanaka: Pidgin's Revenge." Ms. July/Aug. 1996: 85.
Foley, F. Kathleen. "Telf Nite a New Twist on Shakespeare [on Adaptation in Hawaiian Pidgin]." Los Angeles Times 31 May 1995: F5.
Glissmeyer, Gloria. A Tagmemic Analysis of Hawaii English Clauses. Canberra, Australia: Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1976.
Nagara, Susumu. Japanese Pidgin English in Hawaii: A Bilingual Description. Honolulu, HA: UP of Hawaii, 1972.
Odo, Carol. "English Patterns in Hawaii." American Speech 45(1970): 234-39.
"On the Origin of Hawaiian Creole English: A Rejoinder to Roberts." Language 75(June 1999): 347-49.
Perlman, Alan M. Grammatical Structure and Style Shift in Hawaiian Pidgin and Creole. Ph.D. Dissertation, 1973. U of Chicago.
Reinecke, John E. Language and Dialect in Hawaii: A Sociolinguistic History to 1935. Honolulu: U of Hawii P, 1969.
Reinecke, J. E., and A. Tokimasa. "The English Dialect of Hawaii." American Speech 9(Feb. 1934): 48-58.
---. "The English Dialect of Hawaii." American Speech 9(Apr. 1934): 122-131.
Sengupta, Somini. "An Author Who Gathers Prizes and Protests [Pidgin Writer Lois-Ann Yamanaka]." New York Times 8 Feb. 1999: E1.
Simonson, Douglas, Ken Sakata, and Pat Sasaki. Pidgin to Da Max. Honolulu, HAW: Peppovision, 1981.
Smith, Madorah Elizabeth. Some Light on the Problem of Bilingualism as Found from a Study of the Progress in Mastery of English among Preschool Children of non-American Ancestry in Hawaii. Provincetown, MA: The Journal P, 1939.
Smith, W. C. "Pidgin English in Hawaii." American Speech 8(Feb. 1933): 15-19.
Tsuzaki, Stanley M., and John E. Reinecke English in Hawaii: An Annotated Bibliography. Honolulu: U of Hawaii P/Pacific and Asian Linguistics Institute, 1966.
"Which Way Oahu?" National Geographic Nov. 1979.
Zucker, George. "A Place Where Language Knocks Down the Walls [on Hawaiian Pidgin]." New York Times 2 Mar. 1997: Sec. 3, 14.