Title Aboriginal English: Yarning Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet Because Language podcast Media type Web Duration/Length/Size 1:05:37 Country Australia Date 6/10/20 Description Aboriginal English has been around a long while, but linguists have not taken the opportunity to really listen to the voices of Aboriginal people.
Two researchers are changing that. They’re gathering stories to find out what Aboriginal English is like, and how it’s changing. Daniel sits down with them for a wicked long yarn on this episode of Because Language.
Producer/Author Daniel Midgley URL https://becauselanguage.com/11-aboriginal-english-yarning/ Persons Celeste Rodriguez Louro, Glenys Collard
- Aboriginal English; yarning; de-colonising sociolinguistic research; Indigenous-led linguistic research