|2010||The Lexical Behaviour of Language Families: Qualitative Lexicostatistics||PhD||2010ko|
|2009||Attitudes to English Spelling||Hons.||2009wm|
|Discourse functions of demonstratives and place adverbs with exophoric reference in Logea, an Oceanic language of Papua New Guinea||PhD||2009dc|
|Gender Assignment and Word-final Pronunciation in French: Two Classification Systems||PhD||2009am|
|Greeting the browsing customer: service encounter openings and the influence of gender||Hons.||2009mr|
|Playing it Gay: The construction of homosexual identity in the pilot episode of Will & Grace||Hons.||2009sd|
|Staying Together: Kinship, morphology and language change in Yanyuwa||Hons.||2009jw|
|Word rage: An investigation into why ‘poor’ language use ‘justifies homicide’||Hons.||2009dk|
|2008||Little, Great and Not-So-Great Russian: The Minor Literature of Nikolai Gogol||PhD||2008sp|
|2007||Nationalism, Hegemony, Language Politics and Language Marginalization in Postcolonial Zimbabwe||PhD||2007nf|
|Perceptions of speech accomodation of English speaking migrants||Hons.||2007fp|
|Studying online community: New approaches for new communities||Hons.||2007dl|
|Technology and the creation of new words in English||Hons.||2007se|
|The LingTool application. An interface for the production of interlinear morphemic glosses in XML||Hons.||2007st|
|Translation of Nihon kaiga no joseizo (the image og Japanese women in Japanese paintings) by Ikeda Shinobu||Hons.||2007sc|
|Will a süβess sexy girl chattn? English borrowings on a German youth website||Hons.||2007gp|
|2006||Expletives, abusive swearing, euphemism and dysphemism: An examination of taboo language and its functions in Australian television||Hons.||2006bm|
|Giveness, definiteness, and specificity in a language without articles: The use of NP markers in Saliba, an Oceanic language of Papua New Guinea||Hons.||2006cj|
|Indonesian Religious Humour: A cultural and linguistic analysis of religious humour in Indonesia||Hons.||2006ce|
|Indonesian Religious Humour: A cultural and linguistic analysis of religious humour in Indonesia||Hons.||2006ce|
|Intercultural Internet chat between learners of Japanese and English in informal contexts||Hons.||2006ps|
|Primary to secondary transition: What effects does it have on students’ motivation to continue LOTE learning beyond the compulsary year level?||Hons.||2006fb|
|The grammar of Wathawurrung: The aboriginal language of the Geelong-Ballarat area||Hons.||2006dp|
|The Grammar of Western Dani||PhD||2006bp|
|The possessive constructions in English||Hons.||2006sc|
|“You have to speak it at least”: language and identity maintenance among Australian migrant teenagers||PhD||2006wl|
children bilingually through the ”one parent-one language
approach: A case study of Japanese mothers in the Australian context
can’t come to my birthday party”. Preference organisation
in young children’s adversative discourse.
differences in father-child and mother-child conversations
practices of Japanese-English bilingual children in melbourne, Australia.
|Forensic Speaker Identification||PhD||2003pc|
to be someone you’re not: a study od second dialect acquisition
|Syntactic features of the English interlanguage of learners of English as a second language||PhD||2003zm|
|The role of pauses and intonation
in understanding the relationship between word order and pragmatics
Comparison of L1 and L2 Argument Structures in Student Writing
|An investigation of discursive practices in
|Aspectual adverbs in wiradjuri.
Honours thesis in linguistics
Phenomena between Veneto, Italian and English in the thrid generation
|Reference to a Third Person in
|The rhetorical organistaion of acedemic
texts in english: a comparison of research papers by native speakers
of English and Polish
|The Tai Languages of Assam a grammar
|2001||Language function in the adult language addresses to young
|The dynamic consultation: a discourse-analytical
study of doctor-patient communication in Chilean Spanish
|The Organisation of Pointing Sequences in Parent-Toddler
|The punctuation and interpretation
of restrictive and non-restrictive relative clauses in Australian
and South African wriiten English
Vos, Usted: Uses of Spanish Address Pronouns in Spain, Canary Islands,
Argentina and El Salvador
|2000||Feminist language planning and sociolinguistic variation||Diploma||2000st|
|The message or the medium? Issues of faith and
language in Ethnic churches
|1999||International ESL Academic Writing: Lecturer Expectations,
Student Perceptions and Written Products.
and Deference in Korean: A Case Study of Pragmatic Dynamics
Corpus-driven study of Turkish-English Language Contact in Australia.
|Boko / Busa Language Cluster||PhD||1998jr|
text-based social practices: Literacy practices of a church community
|Spelling Distorshuns: An investigation into
the use of spelling distortions in personalised number plates, brand
names, and graffiti.
|The lexicon of North Eastern Rural
|The verbal system of the central
victorian language, the aboriginal language of melbourne
|Vantage theory, Aristotle’s categories and
|1997||Language dynamics of the Italian community in Australia||PhD||1997cf|
|Participation frameworks, discourse features
and embedded requests in police V.A.T.E interviews with children
|Pragmatic implicatins of the covergence between
East and West Germany
|Rhetorical Structure Analysis of
Specialist and Popularised Medical Review Articles
Code-switching Practices of Teachers of French as a Second Language
in Victorian Secondary Schools. Vol I & II
|1996||An Investigation into Discourse Anaphoric Relations: On
The Role Of Contextual Information In Anaphor Resolution.
|An Investigation into the Linguistic Aspects
of Graphemic Abbreviation and the Phonetics and Phonolgy associated
with PitmanScript Shorthand
in Contact: Vietnamese-English Code-Switching in Melbourne
|The Acquisition of Traditional Australian and
Modern (mostly American) Colloquialisms by Native and Non-native
Speakers of Australian English. Thesis & Appendices
|The language of refusals in Sundanese society:
a workplace case
|The Role of the Saturday School
in Latvian Language Maintenance in Melbourne.
Generation German Language Maintenance in Australia. Case Studies
of Six Families with Third Generation Children Ranging in Ages from
Four to Nineteen.
|1995||“An Investigation into the Ethnolect of Australian
English Speakers of German Descent in the Western District of Victoria”
|American-English in Australia: The Role of Age,
Attitude and Lifestyle.
|Aspects of Second Generation Language
Use: An Italo-Australian Case Study
of Singaporean Teachers to Features of Educated Singapore English
|Perspectives on Greek-Australian media and language
Maintenance in Melbourne
|The acquisition of noun phrases
in two English-German bilingual brothers
|1994||A Comparative Study of Indonesian and English Morphology||M.A.||1994su|
|Access to Interpreters in the Small Claims &
Residential Tenancies Tribunals
Value and Language: Evaluative Reactions to English, Mandarin, Cantonese
|Attitudes to Knowledge: A Comparative
Study of Attribution in ESB and NESB Summaries.
in Intercultural Discourse: Examples from a Multicultural Australian
|Cracking the Code – An Insight into
Code-switching and Gender among Second Generation Greek-Australians.
|Emergent Discourses: The Construction of Gender
and Ethnicity in Australian English.
in the Syntax of Kikamba: A Bantu Language.
and Production Mismatches in Australian and South African English.
|The Acquisition of Grammatical Gender in Modern
Greek by Second and Third Generation Greek-Australian Bilingual children
|The Acquisition of Passives in
Bahasa Indonesia by Two-and Three-Year Old Children in Jakarta
Study of the Persuasive Discourse used in Promotional letters and
the public’s attitude towards this discourse.
Investigation of the Grammatical Variation in the Use of Stative
Verbs among Singaporean Students Studying at Monash University.
|Attitudes of Singaporean and Australian Students
at Monash University to Features of Educated Singapore English
|Conditionals and Counterfactuality in Singaporean
|Language Attitudes, Ethnicity and
Language Maintenance. A Case Study of Second Generation Greek-Australians.
|The acquisition of German phonology by English
speaking school children
|The Interpretation and Patterns
of Usage of Putatively Non-standard Lexical Items in Written Singapore
English amongst Educated Singaporeans.
|1992||Nominal Sentences in Modern Hebrew||PhD||1992bm|
Acquisition and use of English Verb Patterns by Singapore Students
of English. Vol II (Appendices)
|1991||“Bad Girls get Babies…”: The Representation
of Women in Three Medical Texts.
comparision of German pronunciation between a native-speaker teacher
of German and a class who are learning German as a second language.
|A Study Of The Development And Maintenance Of
A Second Language By Children In The Family Setting.
of verb usage in Chinese: the BA- construction
of Singaporean students at Monash University to putatively Chinese-influenced
grammatical features of Singaporean English.
Black Whole of Words – A study of dictionaries and their users.
|The Development of Children’s Written Narratives:
A Linguistic Perspective.
|The retention of Greek among second
generation Greek-Australians and how and why they convey the language
to the third generation. Some case studies.
Phenomena In The Greek Spoken By Second-Generation Greek-English
Bilinguals In Melbourne.
|1990||Plain English And The Law. An Investigation Into The Use
Of Plain English In The Drafting Of The Draft Credit Bill 1989.
|The Function of Questions in Business Negotiation:
A Linguistic Approach.
|1989||A study on the effect of German language television programmes
and videos on German Language Maintenance in Melbourne.
|A Universal Typology of Causative Construcations:
Functional and Diachronic Perspectives
of English Syntax by Students from The People’s Republic of China:
The Use of Articles.
|Italian at Spensley Street Primary
|Italian at Spensley Street Primary
|Language policy issues at monash
|Liguistic analysis of the speech
of autistic individual
|Problems that students experience
with gender in French.
|Sociolinguistic aspects of transference from English to Thai||PhD||1989sp|
|Some Aspects of Modern Irish Morphology.||PhD||1989sc|
|The acquisition of articles and the concept
of reference in the English of speakers of English as a Second Language.
|The Mental Lexicon: Organization and Access.
Some Evidence From Speech Errors.
in Singapore Tamil English
|Verb errors in spoken english among
adult native speakers of German.
|1988||An investigation of variables in translation into english
by students at udayana university
in arrernte discourse
|Language Policy Formulation and
Implementation: An Historical Perspective on Australian Languages.
|The Error Analysis of Verbal Inflexions in Written
English of Malaysian Secondary School Students.
Exchange in Conversation
|1987||Spelling Reform in the English Language as seen by
Residents of Melbourne (Appendices Separate)
and auditory study of the pronunciation of Japanese by Australian
|Language Choice, Language Mixing
and Language Attitudes: Indonesians in Australia
affixations in Indonesian: A semantic exploration
Acquisition of English as a Second Language by Native Speakers of
|The Acquisition of English by Balinese
|The Acquisition of English by Indonesian
Students in Medan
|The acquisition of English structures
by students in Taiwan, Roc
|The Internal Lexicon: A Neuro-psycholinguistic
|1986||A Linguistic Study Of Korean Causative Constructions.||Hons.||1986sj|
|An Investigation Into The Nonmarking For “Past”
In Singapore English: A Case Study Using Compositions Written By
A Secondary Four Normal Stream Class.
Acquisition of English Clauses by Vietnamese Refugee Children.
|The Verb Phrase in Singapore English||PhD||1986hm|
|Variation in Hong Kong English||PhD||1986bc|
Of The Simple English Noun Phrases By Malaysian Secondary School
Students: An Error Analysis Of Written Compositions.
A Study of the Aboriginal Languages of Gippsland based on 19th Century
|Some Aspects Of Verb Use By Students
Of Selected Schools In Kuala Lumpur And A Rural Area Of Selangor.
|Story Grammar: Fact, Fiction Or Something In
|The Verb In Bahasa Malaysia||M.A. Prelim.||1985nl|
|Tuning-In To Questions: The Intonation Of Questions
In British Television Drama.
|1984||The Pronunciation of the English Approxilect of Bahasa
Malayu Manado Speakers
|Towards a description of the word
|Uses of Right Dislacation: How
the 5-Year-Old Shapes his Speech
|1983||A Study of Non-Verb-Final Sentences in Colloquial Japanese||PhD||1983ms|
|Code-Switching as a Developmental Phenomenon
in Child Bilingual Acquisition
Ethnicity and Social Change: A Sociolinuistic Study of Afrikaans-speaking
groups in South Africa.
|Means Of Distinguishing Agent From
Patient In Simple Sentences With Special Reference To Japanese.
|Modern Hebrew Compounds||M.A.||1983bm|
Effect of Ideology on Language Teaching: A Study of the Jewish Day
Schools in Melbourne.
|1982||A description of khmu including comparisons with Thai||PhD||1982ps|
|An Outline Grammar of Matutjarra Luritja||Hons.||1982ca|
|Stress in an Indonesian approxilect of English||M.A.||1982sd|
|The Implications of the Rise of Aller + Infinitive
as a Periphrastic Future: a Study in Syntax, Semantics, and Language
|Topicalisation In Bahasa Indonesia.||Hons.||1982mj|
|Trade marks and advertising slogans||M.A.||1982sj|
Linguistic Study of the Return of Language in a Homogeneous Group
of Aphasic Subjects (Class I Schuell)
Malay: The Language of the ‘Staits-Born’ Chinese.
|Jaffna Tamil English: Phonetic Aspects||PhD||1981kp|
|Work Order in Australian Languages.||Hons.||1981wd|
objects: a comparative study
Disparity in English and Other Languages.
major constructions in Javanese: A lexicase approach
East Asia as a Linguistic Area.
of Vowels Before / 1 / in Melbourne English
|1979||Aspects of English AND||PhD||1979rb|
Du Verbe En Francais Et En Allemand: Methodes Et Problemes
|Modality in Malayalam and English Sentence Structure||PhD||1979ja|
|Social Class Differences in Children’s Language.||PhD||1979de|
|The Rise of Sinhalese Language Nationalism:
A Study in the Sociology of Language.
|1978||A Study Of The Acquisition And Understanding Of English
Pronouns in the Romance Languages and the Languages of Australia.
|Compound Nouns in Cambodian.||M.A.||1978tt|
Strategies in the Speech of Japanese Children
With An S P Subject In Ergative Languages.
Djaru Language of Kimberley Western Australia.
Semantics of Food, Food-Preparation, Eating and Drinking
|The west barkly languages: complex morphology||PhD||1978cn|
|Topic and Focus in Tagalog||Hons.||1978dc|
Gerund and Kindred Phenomena in English and Other Languages
and After Tense. A study in the use of temporal expressions by children
|Melbourne Aboriginal English: An
Investigation into the differences in speech between Aboriginal persons
living in Melbourne and Australians of European descent.
|Studies in Variation and Multilingualism||Research Paper||1977pj|
|The Growth of Nominalisations in Casual Constructions
|Word-Formation in Burmese with
Special Reference to Adverbalization
|1976||A Cantrastive Study of The Verbal Group In Hebrew and
|A study of the pronounciation of
Chinese by Australian beginners
of stntactic structures in Australian English, volume 1, 2 and 3
|Noun Formation in Cambodian.||Hons.||1976tt|
Aspects of Work Order in Sinhala. (Appendices separate)
|Syntax ans Semantics in Fillmorean Theory (A
Study of Vietnamese Case Grammar)
|1975||“The maintenance of Modern Greek in Australia”
: a study of 5 areas of the maintenance of the greek language (and
culture) in modern Australian society
Noun Phrase in Bengali.
|1974||A grammar of the Warunju language, North Queensland.||M.A.||1974tt|
|Language Loyalty in the Jewish Community of
|Papers in Australian Aboriginal
|The Definite Article and its Place
in the Substantival Phrase in Thucydides Compared with Corresponding
Phrases in English
|1973||Form and Meaning in Chinese: An Analysis of Mandarin Syntax
after the Becker-Platt Model of Tagmemics
and Grammatical Structures in Gurung (Nepal)
Problems of Language Learning and Translation with Special Reference
to Malay and English.
|The Use of the Particles “O”
and “Go” with Nouns in Modern Standard Japanese
|Wahgi Phonology and Morphology||M.A.||1973pd|
|1972||A Description of the Yukulta Language – An Aboriginal
Language of North-west Queensland.
Spanish: A sociolinguistic study of the influence of the English
language of the Spanish spoken by immigrants from Spain living in
|Pronominalization in English||Hons.||1972de|
|1969||An Acoustic Study
of Aspects of Maltese Phonetics (Inan Idiolect)
|1968||An elementary pedagogical grammar based on diagrammatic
representation of sentence structure
|On the Phonological System of Maltese||Hons.||1968wg|