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Languages in Borneo: Diachronic and Synchronic Perspectives

Borneo Research Council Proceedings Series Volume 8

 
     
 

edited by

Peter W. Martin

and

Peter G. Sercombe

Price $35.00

ISBN 1-929900-11-2

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 – Introduction, Peter W. Martin and Peter G. Sercombe

Chapter 2 - Social organization, settlement patterns, and ethnolinguistic processes of group formation: the Kenyah and Putuk in East Kalimantan, Bernard Sellato

Chapter 3 – The fabric of adat: language and dispute settlement in Kayan-Kajang communities in Sarawak, Malaysia, Antonio J. Guerreiro

Chapter 4 – Preliminary comments on Iranun of dispute settlement in Kayan-Kajang communities in Sarawak, Malaysia, Antonio J. Guerreiro

Chapter 5 – The dialects of Biatah, Paul R. Kroeger

Chapter 6 – Lexical choice in Bau-Jagoi Bidayuh discourse: an empirical study, James McLellan and Rosalind Nojeg

Chapter 7 – Is the medium the message? Penan code-switching and intra-ethnic communication, Peter G. Sercombe

Chapter 8 – The Lun Bawang: Bilingual and biliterate?, Andrew Cath

Chapter 9 – The Lundayeh-Lun Bawang dictionary project: some reflections on lexicography in the postmodern world, Jay Crain and Vicky Pearson- Rounds

Chapter 10 – Sociohistorical context of English borrowings in Bonggi, Michael Boutin

Chapter 11 – Continuity of change in some frequently-used Brunei Malay
politeness forms, Linda Amy Kimball

Chapter 12 – Phonological intrusion and r in Brunei Malay oral tradition: prothesis, anaptyxis, and paragogue in a rendition of the Brunei Malay epic Sya’ir Awang Simawn, Allen Maxwell

 
 

 

 
     
   
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