What's done and what's said: language attitudes, public language activities and everyday talk in the Northern Territory of Australia
This paper discusses some of the reasons why in the Northern Territory of Australia speakers of indigenous languages shift from using indigenous languages to using creoles and standard or non-standard English. Language attitudes of speakers are discussed
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