English in South Africa:
A Citation List
Wright State University–Lake Campus
Beeton, Douglas Ridley. A Dictionary of English Usage in South Africa. Cape Town, South Africa: Oxford U P, 1975.
Branford, Jean. A Dictionary of South African English. Cape Town, South Africa: Oxford U P, 1978.
Branford, William. The South African Pocket Oxford Dictionary. Cape Town, South Africa; Oxford UP, 1987.
Branford, William, and Jean Branford. "South African English." The Oxford Companion to the English Language. Ed. Tom McArthur. New York: Oxford UP, 1992. 952-54.
Crystal, David. "South African English." The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge UP, 1995. 356-57.
De Klerk, Vivian, ed. Focus on South Africa. Philadelphia: Benjamins, 1996.
De Villiers, Andre, ed. English-Speaking South Africa Today: Proceedings of the National Conference, July 1974. Cape Town, South Africa: Oxford UP/Settlers National Monument Foundation, 1976.
Dictionary Committee, Institute for the Study of English in Africa. Towards a Dictionary of South African English on Historical Principles; Fifty Draft Entries. Grahamstown, South Africa: Rhodes UP, 1971.
Dore, Wendy, et al, eds. A Dictionary of South African English on Historical Principles. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford UP, 1996.
Driver, Dorothy. "Modern South African Literature in English: A Reader’s Guide to Some Recent Critical and Bibliographic Resources." World Literature Today 70(Winter 1996): 99-106.
French, Sean. "Diary [Orwell on Language and the Dictionary of South African English]." New Statesman and Society 5 Aug. 1988: 4.
Hughes, Geoffrey. "Africanderisms." Times Literary Supplement 1 Apr. 1994: 9-10.
Jenkins, Elwyn. "South Africa [The Evolution of Children’s Literature in]." Bookbird 36(Spring 1988): 46-50.
Kunene, Mazisi. "Some Aspects of South African Literature." World Literature Today 70(Winter 1996): 13-16.
Lanham, L.W. "English in South Africa." English as a World Language. Ed. R.W. Bailey and M. Gorlach. Ann Arbor, MI: U of Michigan P, 1982.
—. The Pronunciation of South African English: A Phonetic-Phonemic Introduction. Cape Town, South Africa: Amsterdam Balkema, 1967.
Lanham, L.W., and C.A. MacDonald. The Standard in South African English and Its Social History. Heidelberg: Groos, 1979.
MacGregor, Karen. "Old-Timers Say the Word on Language." Times Educational Supplement 3 June 1994: 15.
Mesthrie, Rajend. English in Language Shift: The History, Structure, and Sociolinguistics of South African Indian English. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge UP,1994.
—. "South African Indian English." English Today 34(1993): 12-16, 63.
Pettman, Charles. Africanderisms. 1913.
Roberts, Gildas, ed. Seven Studies in English for Dorothy Cavers. Cape Towm, South Africa: Purnell, 1971.
Ruden, Sarah. "Thoughts on English in South Africa." Michigan Quarterly Review 38(Summer 1999): 452-59.
Smit, Ute. A New English for a New South Africa?: Language Attitudes, Language Planning, and Education. Wien, South Africa: Braumuller, 1996.
Smith, Frank. Whose Language? What Power?: A Universal Conflict in a South African Setting. New York: Teachers College P, 1993.
"South Africa." Journal of Commonwealth Literature 33(1998): 155-201.
Valkhoff, Marius Fran. Studies in Portuguese and Creole, with Special Reference to South Africa. Johannesburg, South Africa: Witwatersrand UP, 1966.
Van Deventer, Hennie. "South African Dailies: Tensions Abound." Nieman Reports 50(Spring 1996): 63-64.
Webb, V. "Language Attitudes in South Africa: Implications for a Post Apartheid Democracy." Thirty Years of Linguistic Evolution. Ed. M. Putz. Amsterdam: John Benjamin, 1992. 429-60.
Wright, Charles Wilfrid. An English Word Count, 1965. Pretoria, South Africa: National Bureau of Educational and Social Research, 1965.