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American Shibboleth: Ebonics
(Released September 2000)

 
  by Stanley M. (Ben) Novak  

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  1. Symposium on the Ebonics Debate and African-American Language
    World Englishes, 2000, 19, 1, Mar, 1-4

  2. TOEFL to the Test: Are Monodialectical AAL-Speakers Similar to ESL Students?
    World Englishes, 2000, 19, 1, Mar, 89-106

  3. Linguistic Power in Virtual Communities: The Ebonics Debate on the Internet
    World Englishes, 2000, 19, 1, Mar, 21-38

  4. Ebonics and the Politics of English
    World Englishes, 2000, 19, 1, Mar, 5-19

  5. History, Linguistic Theory, California's CLAD, and the Oakland Public Schools Resolution on Ebonics: What Are the Connections?
    World Englishes, 2000, 19, 1, Mar, 73-87

  6. Dissin' "The Standard": Ebonics as Guerrilla Warfare at Capital High
    Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 1999, 30, 3, Sept, 272-293

  7. Mock Ebonics: Linguistic Racism in Parodies of Ebonics on the Internet
    Journal of Sociolinguistics, 1999, 3, 3, Aug, 360-380

  8. The Ebonics Controversy: An Educational and Clinical Dilemma
    Topics in Language Disorders, 1999, 19, 4, Aug, 66-77

  9. The Ebonics Controversy in My Backyard: A Sociolinguist's Experiences and Reflections
    Journal of Sociolinguistics, 1999, 3, 2, May, 267-275

  10. The Future of Englishes
    English Today, 1999, 15, 2(58), Apr, 10-20

  11. Challenges for Multicultural Education: Sociolinguistic Parallels between African American English and Haitian Creole
    Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 1999, 20, 2, 134-154

  12. Comments on Geneva Napoleon Smitherman's "'Dat teacher be hollin at us'-What Is Ebonics?"
    TESOL Quarterly, 1999, 33, 1, spring, 136-139

  13. Ebonics and Public Awareness: Who Knows? Who Cares?
    Journal of Black Studies, 1998, 29, 1, Sept, 17-33

  14. The Serious Side of Ebonics Humor
    Journal of English Linguistics, 1998, 26, 2, June, 137-155

  15. Language Ideology and Dialect: Understanding the Oakland Ebonics Controversy
    Journal of English Linguistics, 1998, 26, 2, June, 108-121

  16. The Anti-Ebonics Movement: "Standard"English Only
    Journal of English Linguistics, 1998, 26, 2, June, 156-169

  17. Ebonics, King, and Oakland: Some Folk Don't Believe Fat Meat Is Greasy
    Journal of English Linguistics, 1998, 26, 2, June, 97-107

  18. Primary Documents on Ebonics
    Journal of English Linguistics, 1998, 26, 2, June, 170-179

  19. Nobody's Listening: A Frame Analysis of the Ebonics Debate
    The SECOL Review, 1998, 22, 1, spring, 1-20

  20. "Dat Teacher Be Hollin At Us"-What Is Ebonics?
    TESOL Quarterly, 1998, 32, 1, spring, 139-143

  21. Ebonics: A Case Study in Language, Power, and Pedagogy
    TESOL Quarterly, 1998, 32, 1, spring, 144-146

  22. A Recommended Reading List for Teachers of Students Who Speak Ebonics
    The Journal of Negro Education, 1998, 67, 1, winter, 43-47

  23. Ebonics and Academic Achievement: The Role of the Counselor
    The Journal of Negro Education, 1998, 67, 1, winter, 25-34

  24. African American Education and the Ebonics Issue
    The Journal of Negro Education, 1998, 67, 1, winter, 2-4

  25. The Psychoeducational Assessment of Ebonics Speakers: Issues and Challenges
    The Journal of Negro Education, 1998, 67, 1, winter, 16-24

  26. Ebonics Is Not Black English
    The Western Journal of Black Studies, 1998, 22, 2, summer, 109-116

  27. Ebonics and Educational Policy: Some Issues for the Next Millennium
    The Journal of Negro Education, 1998, 67, 1, winter, 35-42

  28. Sociolinguistic and Ideological Dynamics of the Ebonics Controversy
    The Journal of Negro Education, 1998, 67, 1, winter, 5-15

  29. Do This Be English? The Ebonics Furor in the US
    Modern English Teacher, 1997, 6, 4, Oct, 13-17

  30. Recent Debate over "Ebonics" in the United States
    New Language Planning Newsletter, 1997, 12, 1, Sept, 1-3

  31. Double Standards
    Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, 1997, 15, 3, Aug, 667-675

  32. On Becoming Bilingual
    The Journal of Black Psychology, 1997, 23, 3, Aug, 242-244

  33. Similarities between the Debates on Ebonics and Jamaican
    The Journal of Black Psychology, 1997, 23, 3, Aug, 238-241

  34. Moving beyond Resistance: Ebonics and African American Youth
    The Journal of Black Psychology, 1997, 23, 3, Aug, 227-232

  35. The Ebonics Controversy
    The Journal of Black Psychology, 1997, 23, 3, Aug, 208-214

  36. Ebonics: An Evaluation
    English Today, 1997, 13, 3(51), July, 13-17

  37. TESOL Speaks on Ebonics
    TESOL Matters, 1997, 7, 3, June-July, 1,22

  38. Ebonics and ASL: Teaching Our Children the Codes of Power
    Perspectives in Education and Deafness, 1997, 15, 5, May-June, 12-13,18

  39. Ebonics, King's English and Straight Talking
    Australian Language Matters, 1997, 5, 2, Apr-June, 1-2

  40. Understanding Ebonics: A Teacher's Viewpoint
    American Language Review, 1997, 1, 2, Mar-Apr, 10-11

  41. A Linguist Looks at the Ebonics Debate
    TESOL Matters, 1997, 7, 1, Feb-Mar, 13-14,16

  42. Among the New Words
    American Speech, 1997, 72, 3, fall, 289-313

  43. An Essay: When in Rome Be a Roman
    Geolinguistics, 1997, 23, 60

  44. Ebonics: Plague or Cure-All?
    Angles on the English Speaking World, 1997, 10, 37-52

  45. TESOL Board Reaffirms Policy on Language Varieties in Reference to Ebonics
    Perspectives, 1997, 23, 2, fall, 83-84

  46. The Niger-Kordofanian Linguistic Bases of African American Ebonics: A Creole Language
    The Western Journal of Black Studies, 1994, 18, 1, spring, 1-10

  47. Ebonics and Reading
    Journal of Black Studies, 1979, 9, 4, June, 423-448

  48. A Critique of the Literature on Ebonics
    Journal of Black Studies, 1979, 9, 4, June, 383-396

  49. It Ain't What You Say, It's the Way You Say It: Exercises for Teaching Mainstream American English to Ebonics-Speaking Children
    Journal of Black Studies, 1979, 9, 4, June, 489-493

  50. Ebonics: A Legitimate System of Oral Communication
    Journal of Black Studies, 1979, 9, 4, June, 367-382

  51. Teaching Mainstream American English: Similarities and Differences with Speakers of Ebonics and Speakers of Foreign Languages
    Journal of Black Studies, 1979, 9, 4, June, 411-422

  52. Ebonics and Public Law 94-142
    Journal of Black Studies, 1979, 9, 4, June, 449-468

  53. The Symbolism of Ebonics: I'd Rather Switch than Fight
    Journal of Black Studies, 1979, 9, 4, June, 397-410