Jeanette King
Jeanette King
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TitleCited byYear
Te Kohanga Reo: Maori Language Rev italization
J King
The green book of language revitalization in practice, 119-131, 2001
1722001
Language is life: the worldview of second language speakers of Māori
J King
Indigenous language revitalization: encouragement, guidance & lessons …, 2009
472009
The changing sound of the Māori language
R Harlow, P Keegan, J King, M Maclagan, C Watson
Variation in indigenous minority languages, 129-152, 2009
382009
/u/fronting and/t/aspiration in Māori and New Zealand English
M Maclagan, CI Watson, R Harlow, J King, P Keegan
Language Variation and Change 21 (2), 175-192, 2009
332009
Maori English
M Maclagan, J King, G Gillon
Clinical linguistics & phonetics 22 (8), 658-670, 2008
262008
Maori English: a phonological study
J King
New Zealand English Newsletter 7, 33-47, 1993
241993
Talking bro: Maori English in the university setting
J King
Te Reo, 20-38, 1999
231999
NEW ZEALAND ENGLISH INFLUENCE ON MĀORI PRONUNCIATION OVER TIME.
M Maclagan, R Harlow, J King, P Keegan, C Watson
Te Reo 47, 2004
212004
The MAONZE project: Changing uses of an indigenous language database
J King, M Maclagan, R Harlow, P Keegan, C Watson
Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 7 (1), 37-57, 2011
192011
Eke ki runga i te waka: The use of dominant metaphors by newly-fluent Māori speakers in historical perspective
JM King
University of Canterbury. Maori and Indigenous Studies, 2007
172007
Sound change in Māori and the influence of New Zealand English
CI Watson, MA Maclagan, J King, R Harlow, PJ Keegan
Journal of the International Phonetic Association 46 (2), 185-218, 2016
162016
THE PRONUNCIATION OF wh IN MĀORI: A CASE STUDY FROM THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY.
M Maclagan, J King
Te Reo 45, 2002
162002
Changing pronunciation of the Māori language: Implications for revitalization
J King, R Harlow, C Watson, P Keegan, M Maclagan
Indigenous language revitalization: encouragement, guidance & lessons …, 2009
152009
Maori English as a solidarity marker for te reo Maori
J King
New Zealand Studies in Applied Linguistics 1, 51-59, 1995
141995
"'Whaia Te Reo': Pursuing the Language": How Metaphors Describe Our Relationships with Indigenous Languages.
J King
For full text: http://jan. ucc. nau. edu/~ jar/NNL/., 2003
132003
Water resources and environment technical note C. 1
C Brown, J King
Environmental Flows: Concepts and Methods. World Bank, Washington, DC, 2003
122003
Social categories are shared across bilinguals׳ lexicons
A Szakay, M Babel, J King
Journal of Phonetics 59, 92-109, 2016
112016
The UC QuakeBox Project: Creation of a community-focused research archive
L Walsh, J Hay, D Bent, J King, P Millar, V Papp, K Watson
102013
Aspiration of plosives in Māori: Change over time
M Maclagan, J King
Australian Journal of Linguistics 27 (1), 81-96, 2007
102007
Acoustic analysis of Maori: Historical data
M Maclagan, R Harlow, J King, P Keegan, C Watson
102005
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