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Trevor Johnston
Trevor Johnston
Professor of Linguistics, Macquarie University
Verified email at mq.edu.au
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Australian Sign Language (Auslan): An introduction to sign language linguistics
T Johnston, A Schembri
Cambridge University Press, 2007
8162007
W (h) ither the Deaf community? Population, genetics, and the future of Australian Sign Language
T Johnston
Sign Language Studies 6 (2), 137-173, 2006
3442006
On defining lexeme in a signed language
T Johnston, AC Schembri
Sign language & linguistics 2 (2), 115-185, 1999
3041999
From archive to corpus: Transcription and annotation in the creation of signed language corpora
T Johnston
International journal of corpus linguistics 15 (1), 106-131, 2010
2542010
Auslan corpus annotation guidelines
T Johnston, L De Beuzeville
Auslan Corpus, 2016
1832016
Auslan: The sign language of the Australian deaf community
TA Johnston
University of Sydney, 1989
1461989
Corpus linguistics and signed languages: no lemmata, no corpus
T Johnston
sign-lang@ LREC 2008, 82-87, 2008
1362008
Auslan dictionary: A dictionary of the sign language of the Australian Deaf community
T Johnston, P Wilkin
(No Title), 1989
1341989
Lexical frequency in sign languages
T Johnston
Journal of deaf studies and deaf education 17 (2), 163-193, 2012
1302012
The use of space with indicating verbs in Auslan: A corpus-based investigation
L De Beuzeville, T Johnston, AC Schembri
Sign language & linguistics 12 (1), 53-82, 2009
1212009
Phonological variation and change in Australian and New Zealand Sign Languages: The location variable
A Schembri, D McKee, R McKee, S Pivac, T Johnston, D Goswell
Language variation and change 21 (2), 193-231, 2009
1202009
BSL, Auslan and NZSL: three signed languages or one?
T Johnston
Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference (7th: 2000), 47-69, 2003
1122003
The lexical database of auslan (australian sign language)
T Johnston
Sign Language & Linguistics 4 (1-2), 145-169, 2001
1012001
Variation, lexicalization and grammaticalization in signed languages
T Johnston, A Schembri
Langage et société 131 (1), 19-35, 2010
982010
Real data are messy': Considering cross-linguistic analysis of constituent ordering in Auslan, VGT, and ISL
T Johnston, M Vermeerbergen, A Schembri, L Leeson
Trends in Linguistics Studies and Monographs 188, 163, 2007
952007
Elaborating who's what: A study of constructed action and clause structure in Auslan (Australian Sign Language)
L Ferrara, T Johnston
Australian journal of linguistics 34 (2), 193-215, 2014
942014
Variable “subject” presence in Australian sign language and New Zealand sign language
R McKee, A Schembri, D McKee, T Johnston
Language Variation and Change 23 (3), 375-398, 2011
942011
Spatial syntax and spatial semantics in the inflection of signs for the marking of person and location in Auslan
T Johnston
International Journal of Sign Linguistics 2 (1), 29-62, 1991
941991
Language standardization and signed language dictionaries
T Johnston
Sign Language Studies, 431-468, 2003
842003
Nouns and verbs in Australian Sign Language: An open and shut case?
T Johnston
Journal of deaf studies and deaf education 6 (4), 235-257, 2001
822001
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