Vol 42 (2013)

Special issue dedicated to papers read at the 2013 LSSA|SAALA|SAALT conference

Guest Editors

Ilse Feinauer & Kate Huddlestone

Table of Contents


Nursing the cure: A phonetic analysis of /ʊə/ in South African English PDF
Ian Bekker 1-39
Aviation English in South African airspace PDF
Salome Coertze, Simone Conradie, Chris R Burger, Kate Huddlestone 41-62
Can IELTS writing scores predict university performance? Comparing the use of lexical bundles in IELTS writing tests and first-year academic writing PDF
Trish Cooper 63-79
University students’ perceptions of multilingual education: A case study of the North-West University Mafikeng campus PDF
Abigail Hlatshwayo, Liqhwa P. Siziba 81-92
The pragmatic markers anyway, okay, and shame: A South African English corpus study PDF
Kate Huddlestone, Melanie Fairhurst 93-110
Translanguaging in kasi-taal: Rethinking old language boundaries for new language planning PDF
Leketi Makalela 111-125
Queering discourses of coming out in South Africa PDF
Tracey Lee McCormick 127-148
Die taak van akademiese geletterdheid/hede binne die konteks van ’n markgedrewe universiteit PDF
Elsa Meihuizen 149-164
First-year university students’ productive knowledge of collocations PDF
Déogratias Nizonkiza, Tobie van Dyk, Henk Louw 165-181
Restandardisation defined as democratising language planning PDF
Gerda Odendaal 183-203
Obligatory reflexivity in a Minimalist grammar of Afrikaans PDF
Johan Oosthuizen 205-241
Having fun with van – a Nanosyntactic take on syncretism PDF
Erin Pretorius 243-261
Linguistic resources and strategies used in multilingual communication in HIV/AIDS care centres in Lesotho PDF
Konosoang Sobane, Christine Anthonissen 263-280
Exploring connections: Reflections on mother-tongue education in postcolonial Uganda PDF
Medadi E Ssentanda 281-295
Language specific narrative text structure elements in multilingual children PDF
Heike Tappe, Agness Hara 297-331
A critical approach to the development of blended medical communication training materials PDF
Kris Van de Poel, Christine Fourie 333-351
Reading ability and academic acculturation: The case of South African students entering higher education PDF
Tobie van Dyk, Kris Van de Poel, Frans van der Slik 353-369

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