Michael Clyne

The work of the WGNDV-Group is dedicated to Michael Clyne and his work and tries to follow his concepts and ideas.

Information on Michael Clyne

Michael Clyne
Michael Clyne (1939 – 2010). Australian Linguist, academic and intellectual.

Important publications (selection)

1984: Language and Society in the German–speaking Countries. Cambridge and New York:
Cambridge University Press.. pp. xiii + 205.

1992: (ed.) Pluricentric Languages: Differing Norms in Different Nations. Berlin: Mouton de
Gruyter. pp. vi + 481.

1995: The German Language in a Changing Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp.
xv + 269.

1994: Inter–Cultural Communication at Work: Discourse Structures across Cultures. Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press. pp. x + 250. Paperback 1996.

1997: (ed.) Undoing and redoing corpus planning. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. pp. viii + 516.

1999: M.Clyne and S.Kipp, Pluricentric Languages in an Immigrant Context: Spanish, Chinese,
Arabic. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. pp. xxi + 360.

2003: Dynamics of Language Contact. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. xv+282.

2009: M. Clyne, C. Norrby and J. Warren, Language and Human Relations: Styles of Address in
Contemporary Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xi + 183.

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