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Te Kohanga Reo: Maori Language Rev italization
J King
The green book of language revitalization in practice, 119-131, 2001
2182001
Language is life: the worldview of second language speakers of Māori
J King
Indigenous language revitalization: Encouragement, guidance & lessons …, 2009
582009
/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
442009
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
442009
Maori English
M Maclagan, J King, G Gillon
Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 22 (8), 658-670, 2008
362008
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
292016
Maori English: a phonological study
J King
New Zealand English Newsletter 7, 33-47, 1993
281993
The MAONZE project: Changing uses of an indigenous language database
J King, M Maclagan, R Harlow, P Keegan, C Watson
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 7 (1), 37-57, 2011
252011
Talking bro: Maori English in the university setting
J King
Te Reo, 20-38, 1999
241999
Language, ethnicity, and belonging for the children of migrants in New Zealand
U Cunningham, J King
SAGE Open 8 (2), 2158244018782571, 2018
212018
Māori: revitalization of an endangered language.
J King
Oxford University Press, 2018
212018
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
212007
NEW ZEALAND ENGLISH INFLUENCE ON MĀORI PRONUNCIATION OVER TIME.
M Maclagan, R Harlow, J King, P Keegan, C Watson
Te Reo 47, 2004
212004
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
202009
Social categories are shared across bilinguals׳ lexicons
A Szakay, M Babel, J King
Journal of Phonetics 59, 92-109, 2016
192016
Māori English as a solidarity marker for te reo Māori
J King
New Zealand Studies in Applied Linguistics 1, 51-59, 1995
191995
Revitalising the Maori language?
J King
Endangered languages: beliefs and ideologies in language documentation and …, 2014
182014
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
172013
THE PRONUNCIATION OF wh IN MĀORI: A CASE STUDY FROM THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY.
M Maclagan, J King
Te Reo 45, 2002
172002
"'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
162003
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