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Niuean English: initial insights into an emerging variety
D Starks, J Christie, L Thompson
English world-wide 28 (2), 133-146, 2007
212007
How to build a New Zealand voice
CI Watson, J Teutenberg, L Thompson, S Roehling, A Igic
Proceedings of the New Zealand Linguistic Society Conference, 2009
152009
Whose discourse particles? New Zealand eh in the Niuean migrant community
D Starks, L Thompson, J Christie
Journal of Pragmatics 40 (7), 1279-1295, 2008
132008
Investigating Changes in the Rhythm of Maori over Time
M Maclagan, CI Watson, J King, R Harlow, L Thompson, P Keegan
Tenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2009
122009
Agreement patterns in existential constructions in the New Zealand Niuean community
D Starks, L Thompson
World Englishes 28 (3), 319-335, 2009
112009
Prosodic clues in language recognition: how much information do listeners need to identify Maori and English?
CI Watson, J King, S Bier, M Maclagan, R Harlow, L Thompson, P Keegan
Te Reo 54, 83, 2011
62011
An experiment in mita-reading: Investigating perception of rhythmic prominence in the Māori language
L Thompson, CI Watson, H Charters, R Harlow, P Keegan, J King, ...
SST 2010, 2010
62010
Finding one’s own vowel space
L Thompson, CI Watson, D Starks
World Englishes--problems, Properties and Prospects: Selected Papers from …, 2009
32009
Finding one's own vowel space: an acoustic analysis of the speech of Niuean New Zealanders
L Thompson, CI Watson, D Starks
Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company,, 2009
3*2009
Phrases, pitch and perceived prominence in Māori
L Thompson, CI Watson, R Harlow, J King, M Maclagan, H Charters, ...
Twelfth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2011
22011
ADVENTURES IN MITA-READING: EXAMINING STRESS ‘RULES’AND PERCEPTION OF PROSODIC PROMINENCE IN THE MĀORI
L Thompson, CI Watson, R Harlow, M Maclagan, H Charters, J King, ...
2*
Eliciting and Analysing Perceptions of Prosodic Prominence: A Māori Case Study
LF Thompson
University of Auckland, 2015
2015
A Niuean variant of New Zealand English?
D Starks, L Thompson, CI Watson
Ninth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2008
2008
Lines of inquiry: an investigation of syntactic structure, derivation and parallelism in the Ainu language
LF Thompson
Masters Thesis-University of Auckland, 2008
2008
DEVELOPING A METHODOLOGY FOR ELICITING AND ANALYZING PERCEIVED PROSODIC PROMINENCES: A MĀORI CASE STUDY
L Thompson, CI Watson, H Charters
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