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Tok Ples in texting & social networking: PNG 2010 : the impact of mobile phones & SMS technology on the indigenous languages of Papua New Guinea / Olga Temple and eight others
Bib ID 6305052
Format BookBook
Description NCD, Papua New Guinea : UPNG Press and Bookshop, 2011 
©2011 
143 pages ; maps ; 26 cm 
ISBN 9789980945297
Notes

"Linguistics & modern languages, SHSS, University of Papua New Guinea"--Cover.

Includes bibliographical references (page 107)

Subjects Colloquial language.  |  Language and languages - Computer-assisted instruction.  |  Language and languages - Study and teaching - Computer network resources.  |  Sociolinguistics - Papua New Guinea.  |  Papua New Guinea - Languages - Variation.
Other authors/contributors Temple, Olga, author  |  University of Papua New Guinea. School of Humanities and Social Sciences

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