"Modern Methods of Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages with Special Reference to Australian Conditions." Unpublished Master of Arts Thesis, University of Queensland.
"Norfolk Island language material." Unpublished holograph and typescript (photocopy) material in 4 vols.
Annotation: "Linguistics: non-Aboriginal material"
"The Language of Norfolk Island." In A.S.C. Ross, The Pitcairnese Language (London: Deutsch, 1964), Chapter 4:189-206 (esp. 189-193)
"Bilingual Interaction Between Norfolk Island Language and English."Unpublished mimeographed paper presented at the First Conference of the Linguistic Circle of Canberra, May 20 1964
"Theoretical and Descriptive Problems of Linguistic Variation: a report on research in progress under the Queensland Speech Survey." Unpublished mimeographed paper presented at the AULLA Congress, Melbourne, August 1964. Annotation: "Preliminary remarks on findings, in terms of a continuum running from extreme forms of Aboriginal English to normal Queensland English."
"The Question of Language, Ideolect and Style in Queensland English."
Linguistic Circle of Canberra Bulletin 2:1-21.
Annotations: "Preliminary remarks on findings, in terms of a continuum running from extreme forms of Aboriginal English to normal Queensland English." "Conclusions emerging from analysis of data obtained 1960-65 under Queensland Speech Survey; Varieties of Australian English; areas of distinct usage found (Australian and Aboriginal English and three vernaculars in Torres Strait Islands and Cape York); complex speech variations in Aboriginal vernaculars and varieties of Australian English; Stylistic..."
"Aboriginal English: linguistic description as an aid to teaching." English in Australia 6:3-21.
Annotations: "Analysed the speech of Aborigines in Qld." "Describes the linguistic situation in Aboriginal centres of Queensland and gives in some detail differences in Aboriginal English from general Queensland English in phonology, prosodic features, and grammar. Proposes that an integrated description of Aboriginal English can supply information useful for teaching English as a second language to Aboriginal children. A valuable article."
"The Influence of prosodic patterns upon the mutual intelligibility of Aboriginal and general Australian English." Pacific Linguistics (1970) Series C-13:717-740. (Wurm, S.A. and Laycock, D.C. (eds), Pacific linguistic studies in honour of Arthur Capell.)
"The Aboriginal English of Informants in the 40-60+ Age Group in a far North-Western Queensland Community." ANZAAS 43rd Congress, 1-8.
Annotation: "Typescript (photocopy) paper of 43rd ANZAAS Congress on creole of northwest Qld, from data collected in Queensland Speech Survey, 1968."
"The sociology of language in Queensland Aboriginal communities." Kivung 5:150-163.
Annotation: "Discusses the social and educational phenomena of diglossia and bilingualism in Queensland Aboriginal Communities; Problem results partly
from cultural differences; Recommendations."
"The sociology of language in Queensland Aboriginal communities."
Linguistic Communications 10: 11-25.
Annotation: "Paper read at symposium on linguistic situation in Australia uring annual conference of Linguistic Society of Australia, May 17, 1972; outline of diglossia situation in 30 communities and bilingualism; lack of mutual intelligibility noted, importance of sociolinguistics in language teaching, distinguishes 5 types of communtities in which English speech similarities and differences can be seen, describes one form in detail (from northwest Queensland), comments on ways in which..."
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