Browsing by Author "Harlow, Ray"

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  • Changes in the pronunciation of Māori and implications for teachers and learners of Māori

    Keegan, Peter J.; King, Jeanette; Maclagan, Margaret; Watson, Catherine I.; Harlow, Ray (The University of Waikato, 2009)
    This paper discusses changes in the pronunciation of Māori and implications for teachers and learners of Māori. Data on changes in the pronunciation of Māori derives from the MAONZE project (Māori and New Zealand English ...
  • /u/ fronting and /t/ aspiration in Māori and New Zealand English

    Maclagan, Margaret; Watson, Catherine I.; Harlow, Ray; King, Jeanette; Keegan, Peter J. (Cambridge University Press, 2009)
    This article examines the relationship between the frontness of /u/ and the aspiration of /t/ in both Māori and New Zealand English (NZE). In both languages, these processes can be observed since the earliest recordings ...

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  • Towards a functional definition of German studies: New Zealand and the international context

    McGuiness-King, Kristina Lois (The University of Waikato, 2001)
    Particularly during the past two decades education systems have been confronted by globalisation and internationalisation, resulting diversification and integration of foreign and trading relations, increasingly multicultural ...
  • Morphosyntax of Sare

    Sumbuk, Kenneth Memson (The University of Waikato, 1999)
    This thesis provides a descriptive account of the previously undescribed Sare language, a Papuan language spoken by about 2,000 people in the middle Sepik River area of the East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea. This ...
  • A grammar of the Neverver language of Malakula (Vanuatu)

    Barbour, Julie Renee (The University of Waikato, 2009)
    A grammar of the Neverver language of Malakula (Vanuatu) is a synchronic account of the endangered Neverver language spoken by the Mindu and Sakhan peoples. The description is one outcome of a larger project to document ...