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New Varieties of English
Lead Guest Editor:
Tarık Tolga Gumus
Department of History, Mersin University, Mersin, Turkey
Guest Editors
Department of Humanities, University of Zielona Gora, Poland
lubuskie, Poland
Mahyar Ahmadpour
Biomedical Engineering Department, Amirkabir University of Technology
Tehran, Iran
Mohsen Zohrab Baigy
Young researchers and Elite Club, Department of English Language and Literature, College of Humanities, Boroujerd Branch, Islamic Azad University
Boroujerd, Iran
Kamelia Talebian Sedehi
Department of Modern Languages and Communication, University Putra Malaysia
Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia
The development of overseas varieties of English and their relationship to regional dialects of British, Irish and Scottish English has been examined in depth recently. In recent years there has been increasing scholarly activity dedicated to the post-colonial nature of many overseas forms of English and the nature and structure of World Englishes. Studying varieties of English is closely connected with the study of language change. The reason is that the very different conditions in different part of the English-speaking world have led to diverging outcomes. The range of scenarios provides ample opportunity to consider how language change occurs under specific external and internal conditions. The aim of this special issue is to attract particular research on the new varieties of English. We welcome unpublished original papers concerning the evolution and grammatical characteristics of the new varieties of English.
Aims and Scope:
• Indian English
• Singapore English
• Malaysian English
• English in Africa
• English in the Middle East
• The phonology, morphology and syntax of the new varietis of English
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