Publications

Billington, Rosey. (2016). Temporal correlates of Lopit singleton and geminate glides. In Chris Carignan and Michael D. Tyler (Eds.) Proceedings of the 16th Australasian International Speech Science and Technology Conference. (pp.265-268). Parramatta: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association. [pdf]

Kim, Hyejeong and Rosey Billington (2016). Pronunciation and Comprehension in English as a Lingua Franca communication: Effect of L1 influence in International Aviation Communication. Applied Linguistics: amv075 (advance online publication). [abstract]

Billington, Rosey. (2015). Lexical tone in Lopit. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (Ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (paper 0755. 1-4). Glasgow: University of Glasgow. [pdf]

Billington, Rosey. (2014). ‘Advanced Tongue Root’ in Lopit: Acoustic and ultrasound evidence. In Jennifer Hay and Emma Parnell (Eds.) Proceedings of the 15th Australasian International Speech Science and Technology Conference. (pp.119-122). Christchurch: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association. [pdf]

Wigglesworth, Gillian and Rosey Billington. (2013). Teaching creole-speaking children: issues, concerns, and resolutions for the classroom. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 36 (3): 234-249. [pdf]

Loakes, Deborah, Karin Moses, Gillian Wigglesworth, Jane Simpson and Rosey Billington. (2013). Children’s language input: a study of a remote multilingual Indigenous Australian community. Multilingua 32 (5): 683-711. [pdf]

Wigglesworth, Gillian, Rosey Billington and Deborah Loakes. (2013). Creole speakers and Standard Language Education. Language and Linguistics Compass 7 (7): 388-397. [pdf]

Thieberger, Nick, Linda Barwick, Rosey Billington and Jill Vaughan (Eds.). (2011). Sustainable Data from Digital Research: Humanities perspectives on digital scholarship. Melbourne: Custom Book Centre, University of Melbourne. [pdf – ToC]

Billington, Rosey. (2011). Location, location, location: Regional characteristics and national patterns of change in the vowels of Melbourne adolescents. Australian Journal of Linguistics 31 (3): 275-303. [pdf]