New Zealand Sign Language
|Language name||New Zealand Sign Language|
New Zealand Sign Language
Population of signers
Related sign languages
Related spoken languages
Institutes, associations and universities
Kennedy, Gtaeme, David McKee, RacheL. McKee, Richard Arnold, Pat Dugdale, Susan Fahey, and David. Moskovitz eds. 2002. A Concise Dictionary of New Zealand Sign Language. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books.
Kennedy, Graeme et al. A dictionary of New Zealand sign. 1998. Auckland: Auckland University Press: Bridget Williams Books.
McKee, Rachel and David McKee. 2016. Assessing The Vitality Of New Zealand Sign Language. Oral presentation at Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference (TISLR 12).
Vale, Mireille. 2016. Characteristics Of Folk Definitions In NZSL: Implications For Sign Language Lexicography. Oral presentation at Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference (TISLR 12).
McKee, David. 2013. Lexical variation and change in NZSL. Presentation at the International Conference on Sign Linguistics and Deaf Education in Asia, 2013, 30 January – 2 February 2013. The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
McKee, David and Rachel McKee. 2010. Sign time-capsules: lexical variation and change in NZSL. Presentation at the Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference (TISLR 10).
Schembri, Adam, Kearsy Cormier, Trevor Johnston, David McKee, Rachel McKee and Bencie woll. 2010. Sociolinguistic variation in British, Australian and New Zealand Sign Languages. In : Brentari, Diane ed. Sign Languages. Cambridge, UK. Cambridge University Press. 476-498.
Mayer, Connie, Christine Miller and Ian Cockes. 2009. Educating Deaf and hard of hearing students in New Zealand. In: Moores, Donald F. and Margery S. Miller eds. Deaf people around the world: Educational and social perspectives. Washington,DC: Gallaudet University Press. 53-67.
Schembri, Adam, David McKee, Rachel McKee, Sara Pivac, Trevor Johnston and Della Goswell. 2009. Phonological variation and change in Australian and New Zealand Sign Languages: The location variable. In : Language Variation and Change, Volume 21, Issue 02, July 2009, 193-231.
Mckee, David., Rachel Mckee, and G. Major. 2008. Variation in the NZSL number system. In : Ronice Müller de Quadros eds. Sign Languages : Spinning and unraveling the past, present and future. Forty five papers and three posters from the 9° Theoretical Issues In Sign Language Research Conference, Florianopolis, Brazil, December 2006. Editora Arara Azul. Brazil. 296-313.
Mckee, Rachel. 2007. Hand to mouth : findings on the role of mouthing in New Zealand Sign Language. Paper presented at the Australian sign Language interpreters Association National conference, Macquarie University, Sydney.
McKee, Rachel. and David McKee. 2007. New Zealand Sign Language Grammar: A Guide for Learners. Occasional Publication No. 3, Revised version. Deaf Studies Research Unit, School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, Victoria University of Wellington.
McKee, David, Rachel McKee and George Major. 2006. Sociolinguistic Variation in NZSL Numerals. Presentation at the Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research 9 (TISLR9)
McKee, Rachel. 2006. Aspects of interrogatives and negation in New Zealand Sign Language. In Ulrike Zeshan ed. Interrogative and Negative Constructions in Sign Languages. Sign Language Typology Series, No.1. Nijmegen: Ishara Press, 69 -90.
Mckee, Rachel Locker, David Mckee, Kirsten Smiler and Karen Pointon. 2007. Maori Signs: The Construction of Indigenous Deaf Identity in New Zealand Sign Language. In : Quinto-Pozos, David ed. Sign Language in Contact. 31-81. Washington, DC. Gallaudet University Press.
Pivac, Lynette. 2006. In memory of two remarkable women In : New Zealand Sign Language Tutors Association web page.
2006. Governor-General gives assent to Sign Language Bill., Press Release: Governor General, 10 April 2006.
2006. Recognition for sign language In : TVNZ web site.
Deaf Education Aotearoa New Zealand(DEANZ). 2005. The national plan for the education of children and young people who are Deaf or hearing impaired in Aotearoal New Zealand(2nd rev.ed.) [Retrieved July 9, 2008]
McKee, Rachel. 2005. Aspects of interrogatives and negation in New Zealand Sign Language. In : Zeshan, Ulrike. ed. Interrogative and Negative Constructions in Sign Languages. Sign Language Typology Series No. 1. Nijmegen: Ishara Press. 70-.
McKee, Rachel and Graeme Kennedy. 2005. New Zealand Sign Language. In Bell, Allan, Ray Harlow and Donna Starks eds. Languages of New Zealand. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 271-297.
Forman, Wayne. 2003. The ABC’s of New Zealand Sign Language : Aerial spelling. In : Journal of Deaf studies and Deaf Education. 8(1). 92-96.
Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies ed.(translated by Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 2003. The human rights of the Deaf: Able to use sign language at anytime and everywhere. In:Sign Language Communication Studies (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 50.(2003.12):57,60-61.[WFD News. Jul.2003. Including information of Uganda, Thailand and New Zealand ]
Sutton-Spence, Rachel. 2003. British manual Alphabets in the education of Deaf people since the 17th century. In: Monaghan, Leila, Constanze Schmaling, Karen Nakamura and Graham H. Turner eds. Many ways to be Deaf: International variation in Deaf communities. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press. 25-48.
McKee, Rachel and McKee, David. 2002. New Zealand Sign Language grammar: A guide for learners. Deaf Studies Resarch Unit, Occational Paper 3. New Zealand. Victoria University of Wellington.
Dugdale, Patricia 2001. Talking Hands, Listening Eyes. Deaf Association of New Zealand.
Johnston, Trevor. 2000. BSL, Auslan and NZSL: Three Signed Languages or One? In : Baker, Anne, Beppie van den Bogaerde and Onno Crasborn eds. Cross-linguistic perspectives in sign language research. Selected papers from TISLR 2000. 2003. Hamburg: Signum Verlag. 47-69.
McKee, David and Graeme Kennedy. 2000. Lexical comparison of signs from American , Australian, British, and New Zealand Sign Languages. In : Emmorey Karen and Harlan Lane eds. Sign Language Revisited: An Anthology to Honor Ursula Bellugi and Edward Klima. New Jersey, London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. 49-76.
McKee, Rachel and McKee, David 2000. Name signs and identity in New Zealand Sign Language. In : Metzger, Melanie ed. Bilingualism and identities in Deaf Communities. 3-42.
Monaghan, Leila(Pitzer College). 1998. The rise of Deaf ideologies and institutions in New Zealand. In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 27(1998.03) :52-53. (translated by Nakamura, Karen: in Japanese) [the report from the invited panel on sign language sociolinguistics at the 96th Annual Meeting of the America Anthropological Association. Washington DC. Nov.11-19 1997]
Monaghan, Leila. 1996. Signing, oralism and the development of the New Zealand deaf community: An ethnography and history of language ideologies. Ph.D.dissertation. Los Angeles: University of California.
Collins-Ahlgren, Marianne. 1994. Issues in preparing and presenting a dictionary of New Zealand signs. In: Erting, Carol J., Robert C. Johnson, Dorothy L. Smith, and Bruce D. Snider eds. The Deaf Way: Perspectives from the international conference on Deaf culture. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press. 335-341.
Monaghan, Leila. 1993. Contexts of luck: Issues involved with entering the New Zealand Deaf community. Anthropology UCLA. 20:43-62.
Collins-Ahlgren, Marianne. 1989. Aspects of New Zealand sign. Ph.D. dissertation. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington.
History of sign language research
|Continent||Australasian Sign Language | Australian Aborigines Sign Language | Australian Sign Language|
|Polynesia||Australasian Sign Language | New Zealand Sign Language | Samoan Sign Language|
|Melanesia||Enga Sign Language | Fiji Sign Language | Rennellese Sign Language|
|Areas and others||(no data)|