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Date: 2008
Language: eng
Abstract: This article constitutes a first analysis of language data from the 2006 Australian census. Some comparisons are made with previous censuses. The article focuses particularly on differences in the dis... More
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Date: 2003
Language: eng
Abstract: Analysis of language data from the 2001 Census reveals an increasing shift to the sole use of English in the home for most, but not all, of Australia’s community language groups. The ageing of post-wa... More
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Date: 2002
Language: eng
Abstract: The first stage of an ongoing analysis of the language data from the 2001 Census shows both a consolidation of tendencies established from previous censuses as well as indicators of further change. Th... More
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Authors: Kipp, Sandra
Date: 1999
Abstract: This paper examines the ways in which an understanding of social networks can contribute to the understanding of variability within the language behaviour of a group of German-English bilinguals in th... More
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Date: 1998
Language: eng
Abstract: Linguistic diversity is more evenly spread in Melbourne than in Sydney or Adelaide. Some languages are more concentrated than others in all cities, while others tend to be more dispersed. Some municip... More
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Date: 1997
Language: eng
Abstract: There is a continuing significant shift to English spoken in the home among Australia’s established community language groups. There are also success stories in language maintenance. Factors influenci... More
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Date: 1997
Language: eng
Abstract: Recent information from the 1996 Census reveals that 14.6 per cent of Australians, 26.4 per cent of Sydney residents and 25.4 per cent of Melbourne residents speak a language other than English at hom... More
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Date: 1995
Language: eng
Abstract: There is considerable variation between different groups in maintenance of community languages in Australia, in both the first and second generations, although all languages are maintained less well i... More
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