Women and Language in Australian and New Zealand Society
Australian Professional Publications, 1987 - Social Science - 169 pages
Language and gender research including role of Aboriginal women in language change and language maintenance; paper by Jakelin Troy on Aboriginal women and contact languages separately annotated.
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Notes on contributors
research in New Zealand
Sex differences in intergroup and intragroup
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