English in Australia and New Zealand:
A Citation List
Wright State University–Lake Campus
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Factor, June. Kidspeak: A Dictionary of Australian Children’s Words, Expressions, and Games. Carlton South, Victoria: Melbourne UP, 2000.
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Gilbert, Pam. Divided by a Common Language?: Gender and the English Curriculum. Carlton, Victoria: Curriculum Corp., 1994.
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Gorlach, Manfred. "Australian English: Standards, Stigmata, Steroetypes, and Statistics." Englishes: Studies in Varieties of English, 1984-1988. Ed. Manfred Gorlach. Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1991.
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Heinemann Australian Dictionary. South Yarra: Heinemann Educational, 1976.
Hudson, Nicholas. Modern Australian Usage. Melbourne: Oxford UP, 1993.
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Jonsen, Helen. Hippocrene Dictionary and Phrasebook, Australian. New York: Hippocrene, 1997.
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Meredith, John. Dinkum Aussie Slang: A Handbook of Australian Rhyming Slang. Kenthurst, New South Wales: Kangaroo, 1991.
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Mitchell, A.G., and A. Delbridge. The Pronunciation of English in Australia. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1965.
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—. Heinemann New Zealand Dictionary. Auckland, New Zealand: Heinemann Educational, 1989.
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