In this Issue
Oceanic Linguistics: Current Research on Languages of the Oceanic Area is the only journal devoted exclusively to the study of the indigenous languages of the Oceanic area and parts of Southeast Asia. The thousand-odd languages within the scope of the journal are the aboriginal languages of Australia, the Papuan languages of New Guinea, and the languages of the Austronesian (or Malayo-Polynesian) family. Articles in Oceanic Linguistics cover issues of linguistic theory that pertain to languages of the area, report research on historical relations, or furnish new information about inadequately described languages.
Editors: Daniel Kaufman, Queens College & Endangered Language Alliance; Yuko Otsuka, Sophia University; Antoinette Schapper, CNRS, Lacito
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published byUniversity of Hawai'i Press
viewing issueVolume 50, Number 2, December 2011
Table of Contents
- The Problem of Doubleting in Austronesian Languages
- pp. 399-457
- DOI: 10.1353/ol.2011.0015
- POLLEX-Online: The Polynesian Lexicon Project Online
- pp. 551-559
- DOI: 10.1353/ol.2011.0014
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