Why migrant languages in the Australian National Corpus?

Michael George Clyne

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSelected Proceedings of the 2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus: Mustering Languages
EditorsMichael Haugh, Kate Burridge, Jean Mulder, Pam Peters
Place of PublicationUnited States
PublisherCascadilla Press
Pages44 - 54
Number of pages11
ISBN (Print)9781574734355
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventHCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus - NSW, United States
Duration: 1 Jan 2009 → …

Conference

ConferenceHCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus
CityUnited States
Period1/01/09 → …

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Clyne, M. G. (2009). Why migrant languages in the Australian National Corpus? In M. Haugh, K. Burridge, J. Mulder, & P. Peters (Eds.), Selected Proceedings of the 2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus: Mustering Languages (pp. 44 - 54). United States: Cascadilla Press.
Clyne, Michael George. / Why migrant languages in the Australian National Corpus?. Selected Proceedings of the 2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus: Mustering Languages. editor / Michael Haugh ; Kate Burridge ; Jean Mulder ; Pam Peters. United States : Cascadilla Press, 2009. pp. 44 - 54
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Clyne, MG 2009, Why migrant languages in the Australian National Corpus? in M Haugh, K Burridge, J Mulder & P Peters (eds), Selected Proceedings of the 2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus: Mustering Languages. Cascadilla Press, United States, pp. 44 - 54, HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus, United States, 1/01/09.

Why migrant languages in the Australian National Corpus? / Clyne, Michael George.

Selected Proceedings of the 2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus: Mustering Languages. ed. / Michael Haugh; Kate Burridge; Jean Mulder; Pam Peters. United States : Cascadilla Press, 2009. p. 44 - 54.

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Clyne MG. Why migrant languages in the Australian National Corpus? In Haugh M, Burridge K, Mulder J, Peters P, editors, Selected Proceedings of the 2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus: Mustering Languages. United States: Cascadilla Press. 2009. p. 44 - 54