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Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus - Vol 49 (2016)

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Articles

Giving Voice: Studies in honour of Christine Anthonissen EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Marcelyn Oostendorp i-v
Multimodality, creativity and children’s meaning-making: Drawings, writings, imaginings EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Zannie Bock 1-21
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-669
Critical Discourse Analysis as Queer Linguistics: Religious pro- and anti-LGBT equality framing and counterframing in two letters to the editor in the City Press EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lauren D. Mongie 23-43
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-664
The presence of a patient’s voice in the care process: Implications for patient-centeredness EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Konosoang Sobane, Mmakotsedi Magampa 45-58
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-661
Does socioeconomic level have an effect on school-age language skills in a developed country? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ondene van Dulm, Frenette Southwood 59-84
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-667
Reconsidering the role of language-in-education policies in multilingual higher education contexts1 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Christa van der Walt 85-104
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-684
Towards a democratisation of new media spaces in multilingual/multicultural Africa: A heteroglossic account of multilocal and multivoiced counter-hegemonic discourses in Zambian online news media EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Felix Banda 105-127
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-686
Towards a pragmatics of non-fictional narrative truth: Gricean and relevance-theoretic perspectives EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Robyn Berghoff, Kate Huddlestone 129-144
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-670
“They came there as workers”: Voice, dialogicality and identity construction in textual representations of the 2012 Marikana miner’s strike EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Taryn Bernard 145-165
Are South African print newspaper narratives reframed for Internet news portals or not? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ilse Feinauer 167-197
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-685
In search of the African voice in higher education: The language question EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Russell H. Kaschula 199-214
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-658
Code-switching in university classroom interaction: A case study of the University of Dar es Salaam EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nikuigize Erick Shartiely 215-231
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-663
Saying the word: Voice and silence in an autoethnography about chronic illness EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Rose Richards 233-247
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-660
The language scripts of pre-school children and of the language intervention volunteer: Mismatched discourses? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Frenette Southwood, Eden D'Oliveira 249-263
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-659
Perpetuating the ‘Third World’? Evaluating knowledge production in the field of German Studies in an African context EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Carlotta von Maltzan 265-277
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-668
Rastafarian-herbalists’ enregisterment of multilingual voices in an informal marketplace EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Quentin Williams 279-299
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-674
A Narrative Enrichment Programme in literacy development of Afrikaans-speaking Grade 3 learners in monolingual rural schools EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Irene Brand 301-316
Regaining a place from which to speak and be heard: In search of a response to the “violence of voicelessness” EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Brigitta Busch 317-330
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-675
Speaking of, for, and with others: Some methodological considerations EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Caroline Kerfoot 331-341
Begging to be goed: Voicing discrimination in multilingual and multiethnic Netherlands EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Pieter Muysken 343-358
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/49-0-702


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