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Canberra: Australian National University. Scheffler, Harold 1978 Australian kin classification. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Simpson, Jane 1994 Confidentiality of linguistic material: The case of Aboriginal land claims. ), Language and the law, 428–439. London and New York: Longman. Simpson, Jane 2007 Expressing pragmatic constraints on word order. ), Architectures, rules and preferences: Variations on themes by Joan W. Bresnan, 403–427. Stanford: CSLI Publications. Simpson, Jane, Jo Caffery and Patrick McConvell 2009 Gaps in Australia’s Indigenous language policy: Dismantling bilingual education in the Northern Territory.

13 Alpher and Nash (1999: 53–56) indicate the slightly different basic wordlists used by themselves and other scholars—O’Grady and Klokeid (1969) and (in unpublished wordlists) Ken Hale and Paul Black. 5 Blake’s “genetic distance” Blake (1988: 3) introduced a concept of genetic distance “based on the quantity of shared roots: the fewer the cognates the greater the genetic distance. ” Accordingly, “[w]e can often see that languages are genetically close, but it is more difficult to determine whether this proximity is due to innovation or retention” (Blake 1988: 46).

Kim, Myung-Hee, Lesley Stirling and Nicholas Evans 2001 Thematic organisation of discourse and referential choices in Australian languages. Discourse and Cognition 8: 1–21. Klapproth, Danièle M. 2004 Narrative as Social Practice: Anglo-Western and Australian Aboriginal Oral Traditions. (Language, Power and Social Process 13). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Koch, Harold 1985 Nonstandard English in an Aboriginal land claim. In John B. ), Crosscultural encounters: Communication and mis-communication, 176–195.

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