Alice Mitchell
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Beyond the ancestral code: Towards a model for sociolinguistic language documentation
T Childs, J Good, A Mitchell
University of Hawaii Press, 2014
572014
Words That Smell like Father-in-Law: A Linguistic Description of the Datooga Avoidance Register
A Mitchell
Anthropological Linguistics 57 (2), 195-217, 2016
92016
The Wala Language of Malaita, Solomon Islands.
J Lovegren, A Mitchell, N Nakagawa
Asia-Pacific Linguistics, 2015
92015
Allusive References and Other‐Oriented Stance in an Affinal Avoidance Register
A Mitchell
Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 28 (1), 4-21, 2018
52018
Extra-ordinary morphology in an avoidance register of Datooga.
A Mitchell
Selected Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference on African Linguistics …, 2015
52015
Linguistic avoidance and social relations in Datooga
A Mitchell
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO, 2015
32015
The pragmatics of a kinship term: The meaning and use of íiyá ‘mother’ in Datooga (Nilotic)
A Mitchell
Mechthildian Approaches to Afrikanistik: Advances in language based research …, 2017
22017
In the name of the father-in-law: Pastoralism, patriarchy and the sociolinguistic prehistory of eastern and southern Africa
L Fleming, A Mitchell, I Ribot
Sociolinguistic Studies 13 (2-4), 171–192, 2019
12019
“Oh, bald father!”: Kinship and swearing among Datooga of Tanzania
A Mitchell
Swearing and Cursing: Contexts and Practices in a Critical Linguistic …, 2020
2020
Egocentric and allocentric learning of social-indexical meaning in American English, Datooga, and Murrinhpatha.
P Rácz, A Mitchell, J Blythe
CogSci, 2018
2018
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