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|Name:||Ian Bekker (IPA: ijən bɛkə)|
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|State and/or Country:||South Africa|
|Selected Publications:||Bekker I. (2003). Using historical data to explain language attitudes: a South African case study. AILA Review, 16: 62-77.
Bekker, I. (2004). An attitude scale for measuring language attitudes at South African tertiary institutions. Southern African linguistics and applied language studies, in press.
Bekker, I. (2004). Language attitudes and ethnolinguistic identity in South Africa: a critical review, in Cohen, J., McAlister, K., Rolstad, K., & MacSwan, J. (Eds.). ISB4: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Bilingualism. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press, in press.
Bekker, I. (2004). Book review of Kay McKormick’s Language in Cape Town’s District Six. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 8(3): 451-454.
|Courses Taught:||Semantics, Critical Discourse Analysis, Computational Linguistics, Language Ecology|
|Dissertation Abstract:||The Vowels of South African English|
|Academic Paper Abstract:||
Using Historical Data to Explain Language Attitudes: a South African Case Study
An Atitude Scale for Measuring Language Attitudes at South African Tertiary Institutions
Language Attitudes and Ethnolinguistic Identity in South Africa: a Critical Review
The Formation of South African English
To err is human: The case for neorhoticity in White South African English
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