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Alternation 11,2 (2004) Language and Changing Contexts: Sociolinguistic Perspectives


  • Malini Ramsay-Brijball and Priya Narismulu, Language and Changing Contexts: Sociolinguistic Perspectives | PDF
  • Russel Kaschula, South Africa's National Language Policy Revisited: The Challenge of Implementation | PDF
  • Mbulungeni Madiba, "Treading where angels fear most": The South African Government's New Language Policy for Higher Education and its Implications | PDF
  • Lawrie Barnes, Additive Bilingualism in the South African Language-in-Education Policy: Is there Proof of the Pudding? | PDF
  • Nobuhle Ndimande, Language and Identity: The Case of African Languages in S.A. Higher Education | PDF
  • Rama Pillay, A Sociolinguistic Investigation of the Status of isiZulu at Former House of Delegates High Schools in Phoenix | PDF
  • Stephanie Rudwick, Ethnolinguistic Vitality in KwaZulu-Natal | PDF
  • Johan Lubbe, Linguistic Rights Litigation | PDF
  • Malini Ramsay-Brijball, Exploring Identity through Code-switching: A Poststructuralist Approach | PDF
  • Ondene van Dulm, The Role of Syntactic Theory in the Analysis of Intrasentential Code-switching | PDF
  • Vis Moodley and Nkonko Kamwangamalu, Code-switching as a Technique in Teaching Literature in a Secondary School ESL Classroom | PDF
  • Eda ?stünel, Conversational Code-switching among Turkish Learners and Teachers of English and its Effects on SLA | PDF
  • Marianna Visser and Edith C. Venter, Theory-based Features of Task-based Course Design: isiXhosa for Specific Purposes in Local Government | PDF
  • Somikazi G. Mlonyeni and Jacobus Naude, Enriching isiXhosa Culture: The Transference of Social and Material Culture in the isiXhosa Translation of The Prisoner of Zenda | PDF
  • Vivian de Klerk and Richard Antrobus, Swamp-donkeys and Rippers: The Use of Slang and Pejorative Terms to Name "the other" | PDF
  • Luanga Kasanga, New Ways of Speaking: Prolegomenon to the Study of Creativity in a South African Variety of English | PDF
  • Usha Desai and Malini Ramsay-Brijball, Tracing Gujarati Language Development Philologically and Sociolinguistically | PDF
  • Nathan Oyori Ogechi, Lexicalization in Sheng | PDF
  • Rita Ribbens, "Yes sir, no baas, three bags full" | PDF
  • Mompoloki Bagwasi, A Critical Discourse Analysis of Forms of Address in Letters between Batswana Chiefs and British Administrators | PDF
  • Thabisile Buthelezi, Lexical Reinforcement and Maintenance of Gendered Stereotypes in isiZulu | PDF
  • Felicity Horne, Some Aspects of AIDS-related Discourse in Post-Apartheid South African Culture | PDF
  • Aquilina Mawadza, Metaphor, Stigma and HIV/AIDS Discourse in Zimbabwe | PDF
  • Shakila Reddy, Safe Sex or Safe Love? Competing Discourses within the Context of HIV/Aids | PDF
  • Priya Narismulu, "It's a matter of trust": Young People in South Africa and the Discourse of HIV/Aids Prevention | PDF

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