3 edition of Bibliography of New Zealand onomastics found in the catalog.
Bibliography of New Zealand onomastics
J. S. Ryan
|Statement||by J. S. Ryan.|
|Series||Onoma,, v. 11, 1964/65, 3|
|Contributions||International Centre of Onomastics.|
|LC Classifications||P323 .O6 vol. 11, 1964/65, no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||79506388|
Further reading about US forces in the Pacific. If you want to out more about the US forces in the Pacific and New Zealand during World War II we recommend the following key books and articles. J. A. Bennett, Natives and Exotics: Environment and World War Two in the Southern Pacific Islands. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 20th centuries, when onomastics became an independent discipline. In Hungary these examinations were triggered by a study by MIKLÓS KOVALOVSZKY published in The title of the study was: Literary onomastics, which became the name for this new discipline .
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The complete Australian and New Zealand book of names. North Ryde, NSW, Australia: Angus & Robertson Publishers. Scott, F. S. (). Personal names of students and other Auckland onomastics. Auckland: [University of Auckland]. Abstract: Copy of an article originally published in the periodical of the New Zealand Linguistic Society. OCEANIA. 8. English in New Zealand Laurie Bauer English in South Africa William Branford English in South Asia Braj B. Kachru-- Glossary of linguistic terms-- Bibliography-- Index. (source: Nielsen Book Data) The Cambridge History of the English Language is the first multi-volume work to provide a full account of the history of English.
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This is a bibliography of New Zealand history Overview. Michael King () The Penguin History of New Zealand. Immensely popular, this well-written and comprehensive single volume history is probably the best place to start for those new to New Zealand history.
New Zealand history at the New Zealand Electronic Text Centre; The Year-book of. The New Zealand National Bibliography (NZNB) is a list of publications from or about New Zealand. It provides a record of New Zealand’s publishing activities and is a reflection of the social, cultural and scientific endeavours of this country.
unpublished material, for example, theses chapters. Books shelved as onomastics: The Language of Names: What We Call Ourselves and Why It Matters by Justin Kaplan, Middle English Surnames in West Yorkshire. Materials as above published in New Zealand plus items published outside New Zealand that have: at least 20% of content about NZ or a NZ setting (fiction & video), or a New Zealand author or editor.
Also includes information on forthcoming titles that are part of the National Library of New Zealand’s Cataloguing-in-Publication service. Welcome to the Bibliography of New Zealand Earth Science Theses. The Bibliography of New Zealand Earth Science Theses assumes the terms "earth science" and "geology” in the broadest sense of the words and covers from to the present.
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Australia and New Zealand are hosts to hundreds of languages whose interaction is at the heart of Language in Australia and New Zealand. A Bibliography and Research Database ( - Present).
English constitutes the natural center, and the full range of writings from around the globe is covered from toincluding dictionaries and. Eisen, Marc. Q & A; answers. New York Times Book Rev. Sec., Jp. [Provides citations for the phrase grapevine telegraph.] English, hip and ofay.
Newsweek, Ap [News report on Play It Cool, the exercise book written by Frank Riessman and John Dawkins to teach standard English to ghetto children by using their own. Ryan, J.S. Bibliography of New Zealand onomastics. Leuven, Belgium. International Centre of Onomastics. (Reprinted from Onoma (/65).) Ryan, J.S.
The changing pattern of tolerance of Maori words in New Zealand English. Linguistic Communications New Zealand writers have regularly captured international attention and readers, from 19th century short story writer Katherine Mansfield to the lyrical Janet Frame (midth century) and Lloyd Jones (Mr Pip).
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In the text of your writing you cite the author and date of the work you used; this is called in-text referencing. This enables readers to locate. All New Zealand children will be able to see themselves and something familiar in this book, from the famous New Zealanders to the food and famous landmarks.
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By contrast, in the US, onomastics is scarcely recognized as a scholarly field at all. To be sure, there is an organization called the American Name Society, which publishes a small journal called Names, but only a few linguists belong to the society, and most linguists have probably never heard of the organization or the journal.
I myself have. Covers everything from Old English to contemporary writing from all over the English-speaking world. Has entries on writers from Britain, Ireland, USA, Canada, India, Africa, South Africa, New Zealand, the South Pacific, and Australia.
Genres include poems, novels, literary journals, and plays. Other articles where Onomastics is discussed: name: The science of onomastics: The science that studies names in all their aspects is called onomastics (or onomatology—an obsolete word).
The subject of this science is broad because almost everything can have a name and because the study of names theoretically encompasses all languages, all. Overview. Onomastics originates from the Greek ὀνομαστικός (onomastikós), which translates to "of or belonging to naming", from ὄνομα (ónoma) meaning "name".
Toponymy or toponomastics, the study of place names, is one of the principal branches of onomastics. Anthroponomastics is the study of personal names. Onomastics can be helpful in data mining, with applications such as.
IBN: International Standard Book Number. A new digit format is now being used for the International Standard Book Number (ISBN). The new format was required of all publishers after January 1, Many book publishers are using both digit and digit formats on their books. The MLAIB switched to the new format for our bibliography.
A former owner's name and date on ffep., minor random flecks, else textblock good. Printed, loose-plastic protected dustjacket edgeworn, with jagged nips and tears, flecked and marked on rear (text) panel.
This anthology of selections from almost fifty poets reflects the development of New Zealand poetry from its beginnings in the mid s. Comprehensive coverage is given to the other languages - indigenous, European, Asian, and contact languages - that have emerged throughout the history of these nations, especially Kriol, Torres Strait Creole, and Norfolk.
The bibliography also includes onomastics and. This bibliography of vintage machinery in New Zealand covers printed publications relating to vehicles and stationary machines. It does not include catalogues and service manuals, and does not include publications about classic cars.
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New Zealand English. In Penny Griffith, Keith Maslen, and Ross Harvey (eds), Book and Print in New Zealand: a guide to print culture in Aotearoa. Macalister, John. A note on the newly revised bibliography of writings on New Zealand English. New Zealand English Journal, Ryan, J.S. Bibliography.