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Publisher: Canberra, Aboriginal Studies Press
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Edition: First edition - trade paperback, illustrated card covers
ISBN: 9781922059260
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Book Description and Condition

Book description and condition

This book shows how and why understanding ways of speaking English provides insights into Aboriginal identity and its central intercultural communication. This understanding also helps to unravel the complexities of how English is used by about, and with, Aboriginal people in the legal system. It also provides invaluable reading by

filling a void where little information is available. Written accessibly, with helpful glossary, the book will be useful for students in a range of disciplines and anyone else who wants to learn more about communication between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal speakers of English. 232 x 153mm., pp. x, 245, notes, appendix, Glossary, Reference list, index. Trade paperback, illustrated card covers. Contents, no inscriptions. FINE.

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