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Sources for New Zealand journal information

The following databases contain journal articles about New Zealand English:-

Index New Zealand

Informit New Zealand Collection

Informit Humanities & Social Sciences Collection

Remember, too, that articles about New Zealand English are also published in international journals so you will need to search databases with international coverage as well.


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    Recent book by UC authors

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    Theories of syntax: concepts and case studies. - Koenraad Kuiper & Jacqui Nokes
    ISBN: 0230216935
    Publication Date: 2014
    'This book by two inspired linguists is the most delightful introduction to syntax I have seen in many years, a didactic and very well-informed masterpiece, a must in every elementary linguistics course. It is also the first book of its kind that I know of which aims at an even-handed survey of a variety of opposing syntactic theories on the market, stressing the similarities besides the dissimilarities. Useful not only for beginners but also for teachers and even those who act as protagonists in the field.' Pieter Seuren, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, The Netherlands

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