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2008 Butcher, Melissa. ‘FOB Boys, VCs and Habibs: Using Language to Navigate Difference and Belonging in Culturally Diverse Sydney’, Journal for Ethnic and Migration Studies, April, 371–87.

2007 Tabar, P., ‘”Habibs” in Australia: Language, Identity and Masculinity’, Journal of Intercultural Studies, 28:2, 157­–72.

2007 Rieschild, V.R., ‘Influences of Language Proficiency, Bilingual Socialization, and Urban Youth Identities on Producing Different Arabic-English Voices in Australia, Novitas-Royal 1:1 (2007), 34–52.

2005 Kiesling, Scott F., ‘Variation, Stance and Style: word-final -er, high rising tone, and ethnicity in Australian English’, English World-Wide, 26:1, 1-42.

2001 Clyne, Michael, Edina Eisikovits & Laura Tollfree, ‘Ethnic Varieties of Australian English’, in David Blair & Peter Collins (eds), English in Australia, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 223–38.

2001 Kiesling, Scott Fabius, ‘Australian English and Recent Migrant Groups’, in David Blair & Peter Collins (eds), English in Australia, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 239–57.

1999 Warren, Jane, ‘ “Wogspeak”: transformations of Australian English’, Journal of Australian Studies, 62, 86–94.

1992 Clyne, Michael, ‘Australian English in Contact with Other Englishes in Australia’, in Rüdiger Ahrens & Heinz Antor (eds), Text, Culture, Reception: cross-cultural aspects of English studies, Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitätsverlag, 303–15.

1991 Clyne, Michael, Community languages: the Australian Experience, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

1991 Horvath, Barbara, ‘Finding a Place in Sydney: migrants and language change’, in Suzanne Romaine (ed.), Language in Australia, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 304–17.

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