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Date: 23 Aug

Linguistics confirmation of candidature


Published date: 23/08/2016

Bilingual/Bicultural Jordanian-Australians’ Perception and Practice of Compliments by Malek Abu-Rabie PhD Candidate Discipline of Linguistics, School of BCSS University of New England 10 am – 12 pm, Wednesday 31st August 2016 Education Seminar Room 104 (Bldg E07) Abstract This study will investigate the perception and practice of compliments amongst male bilingual/bicultural Jordanian-Australians. It will focus […]

Date: 06 Apr

‘People need to understand why we are who we are: an ethnographic study of homeless women in Brisbane’


Published date: 06/04/2016

Seminar presented by Dr Helena Menih 12pm Thursday 28 April 2016 Paul Barratt Lecture Theatre, Psychology Building, UNE Criminology Seminar Series People Need to Understand Why We are Who We are:  An Ethnographic Study of Homeless Women in Brisbane All Welcome Abstract:  Recent statistical information suggests that the numbers of homeless women in Australia are growing. Little […]

Date: 14 Mar

‘Linguistic challenges to/in/for police interviews with partial speakers of English’ by Adj Prof Diana Eades


Published date: 14/03/2016

12 – 1 pm, Thursday 24th March 2016 Oorala Lecture Theatre (Bldg E22), UNE Abstract The case of a young Aboriginal man from the most remote community in Australia highlights what is involved for people who speak a traditional language as their first and main language to understand and invoke their rights in a police […]