Journal articles

Papers published by RUMACCC researchers in academic journals.


  • Hughson, Jo-anne, Marshall, Fiona, Daly, Justin Oliver, Woodward-Kron, Robyn, Hajek, John and Story, David. 2017. Health professionals' views on health literacy issues for culturally and linguistically diverse women in maternity care: barriers, enablers and the need for an integrated approach. Australian Health Review, 42, 1: 10-20. doi:10.1071/AH17067
  • Nilsson, Jenny, Norrby, Catrin, Lindström, Jan and Wide, Camilla. 2017. Hälsningsfrasers sociala värde i sverigesvenskt och finlandssvenskt talspråk. [The social value of greetings in spoken Sweden Swedish and Finland Swedish.] Swedish Dialects and Folk Traditions = Svenska landsmål och svenskt folkliv, 2016, pp. 136–167.
  • Tsukada, Kimiko, Cox, Felicity, Hajek, John and Hirata, Yukari. 2017. Non-native Japanese learners’ perception of consonant length in Japanese and Italian. Second Language Research. doi:10.1177/0267658317719494.



  • Nelson, Marie, Henricson, Sofie, Norrby, Catrin, Wide, Camilla, Lindström, Jan and Nilsson, Jenny. 2015. Att dela språk men inte samtalsmönster. Återkoppling i sverigesvenska och finlandssvenska handledningssamtal. [To share a language but not interactional patterns. Feedback in Sweden-Swedish and Finland-Swedish supervision meetings.] Folkmålsstudier, 53, pp. 141–166.
  • Norrby, Catrin Wide, Camilla, Lindström, Jan and Nilsson, Jenny. 2015. Interpersonal relationships in medical consultations. Comparing Sweden Swedish and Finland Swedish address practices, Journal of Pragmatics, 84, pp. 121-138.


  • Hajek, John and Slaughter, Yvette. 2014. RUMACCC, helping to understand and support languages education. Languages Victoria, 18, pp. 40-42.
  • Lagerberg, Robert, Kretzenbacher, Heinz L. and Hajek, John. 2014. Forms and patterns of address in Russian: Recent research and future directions. Australian Slavonic and East European Studies, 28, pp. 179-209.
  • Norrby, Catrin, Wide, Camilla, Lindström, Jan and Nilsson, Jenny. 2014. Finns det nationella svenska kommunikationsmönster? Tilltal i läkare-patientsamtal i Sverige och Finland. [Are there national Swedish communicative patterns? Address in medical consultations in Sweden and Finland.] Nordica Helsingiensia, 37, pp. 343-352.


  • Clyne, Michael, Cordella, Marisa, Schüpbach, Doris, and Maher, Brigid. 2013. Connecting younger second-language learners and older bilinguals: Interconnectedness and social inclusion. International Journal of Multilingualism, 10(4), pp. 375-393. doi:10.1080/14790718.2013.832120
  • Kretzenbacher, Heinz L., Hajek John, Lagerberg, Robert and Bresin, Agnese. 2013. Address forms in language contact and language conflict: The curious history and remnants of onikáni in Czech, Australian Slavonic and East European Studies, 27, pp. 87-103.
  • Musgrave, Simon and Hajek, John. 2013. Minority language speakers as migrants: some preliminary observations on the Sudanese community in Melbourne. International Journal of Multilingualism 10, pp. 394-410.


  • Hajek, John, Nettelbeck, Colin and Woods, Anya. 2012. Re-professionalizing the profession: countering juniorization and casualization in the tertiary sector. Journal of Local-Global, 9, pp. 60-75.
  • Norrby, Catrin and Warren, Jane. 2012. Address practices and social relationships in European languages. Language and Linguistics Compass, 6(4), pp 225-235.


  • Kretzenbacher, Heinz L. 2011. Perceptions of national and regional standards of addressing in Germany and Austria, Pragmatics 21(1), pp. 69-83.