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[312]   Agetua, J. (1977) : The role of Pidgin English in Nigerian literature
[315]   Agheyisi, Rebecca Nogieru (1971) : West African Pidgin English: simplification and simplicity
[317]   Agheyisi, Rebecca Nogieru (1984) : Linguistic implications of the changing role of Nigerian Pidgin English
[321]   Agheyisi, Rebecca Nogieru (1988) : The standardization of Nigerian Pidgin English
[325]   Agonsi, A. C. (1983) : Pidgin English in Imo State of Nigeria: a linguistic study
[349]   Aikhionbare, M. O. (1981) : Aspects of the syntax of Nigerian Pidgin English: relativization, focusing and negation
[350]   Aikhionbare, M. O. & Beban Sammy Chumbow (1982) : Focus in Nigerian Pidgin English
[529]   Alexandre, Pierre (1963) : Aperçu sommaire sur le pidgin A70 du Cameroun
[23509]   Alexandre, Pierre (1964) : Aperçu sommaire sur le pidgin A70 du Cameroun
[23514]   Alobwede, Charles d'Epie (1998) : Banning Pidgin English in Cameroon
[688]   Amoako, Joe (1999) : Substrate theory revisited through Ghanaian Pidgin English
[882]   Annan, B. (1969) : The situation of Pidgin English in West Africa
[26825]   Aziza, Rose Oro (2015) : Aspects of the Syntax of Modern Nigerian Pidgin
[1525]   Barbag-Stoll, Anna (1975) : Some aspects of semantic shifts in English loanwords in West African Pidgin English
[1527]   Barbag-Stoll, Anna (1978) : Nigerian Pidgin English as a medium of literary expression
[1528]   Barbag-Stoll, Anna (1983) : Social and linguistic history of Nigerian Pidgin English as spoken by the Yoruba, with special reference to the English-derived lexicon
[1530]   Barbeau, D. (1972) : Le pidgin english comme moyen d’expression littéraire chez les romanciers du Nigeria
[1769]   Bates-Mims, Merelyn B. (1986) : Chez les noirs: a comparative-historical analysis of pidgin and creole languages
[23638]   Bellama, David & others (1983) : An introduction to Cameroonian Pidgin: student’s book
[2248]   Berry, Jack (1971) : Pidgins and creoles in Africa
[2308]   Besten, Hans den (1987) : Die niederländischen pidgins der alten Kap-kolonie
[22866]   Boutwell, Katrina (2001) : An assessment of the creolization of Cameroon Pidgin English
[3879]   Cassidy, F. G. (1964) : Toward a recovery of early English-African pidgin
[4071]   Childs, George Tucker (1994) : Notes on Flaaitaal: an ageing sociolect, erstwhile pidgin?
[22421]   Childs, George Tucker (2003) : The African substrate in an African pidgin: the case of Guinea French
[4156]   Chumbow, Beban Sammy (1978) : Pidgin English and the role of simplification and restructuring in pidginization and creolization
[4844]   Dadzie, A. B. K. (1986) : The place of Pidgin English in the Nigerian milieu
[25587]   de Féral, Carole (2012) : Urban practices and new identities – Pidgin and Françanglais in Cameroon
[22629]   Dillon, Caitlin (2003) : Verbs of motion in Nigerian Pidgin English: manner, direction and serial verb constructions
[5661]   Donwa-Ifode, Shirley O. (1983) : Is Nigerian Pidgin English creolizing?
[5853]   Dwyer, David J. (1968) : An introduction to West African Pidgin English
[5852]   Dwyer, David J. & David Smith (1966) : An introduction to West African Pidgin-English
[6183]   Elugbe, Ben Ohi[omambe] (1995) : Nigerian Pidgin: problems and prospects
[6182]   Elugbe, Ben Ohi[omambe] & Augusta Phil [E.] Omamor (1991) : Nigerian Pidgin: background and prospects
[6398]   Eze, Smart N. (1980) : Nigerian Pidgin English sentence complexity
[6471]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1984) : Rivers Pidgin English: tone, stress or pitch-accent language?
[6473]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1985) : Rivers Pidgin English: tone, stress or pitch-accent language?
[6474]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1985) : River Pidgin (Creole) English: tone, stress or pitch-accent language?
[6476]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1986) : Pronouns, creolization and decreolization in Nigerian Pidgin
[6477]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1986) : Reading and writing Nigerian Pidgin
[6478]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1987) : Creolization and the tense-aspect-modality system of Nigerian Pidgin
[6479]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1988) : Nigerian Pidgin and the languages of southern Nigeria
[6481]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1990) : From old Guinea to Papua New Guinea: a comparative study of Nigerian Pidgin and Tok Pisin
[6482]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1991) : The pronoun system in Nigerian Pidgin: a preliminary study
[6483]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1996) : Nigerian Pidgin
[6470]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. , O. Ibim , Glory Worukwo , A. Minah & A. Tariah (1984) : Rivers State Pidgin English
[24577]   Faraclas, Nicholas Gregory (1989) : A Grammar of Nigerian Pidgin
[6516]   Fayer, Joan M. (1982) : Written Pidgin English in Old Calabar in the 18th and 19th centuries
[6517]   Fayer, Joan M. (1986) : Pidgins as written languages: evidence from 18th century Old Calabar
[6593]   Féral, Carole de (1977) : Le pidgin english au Cameroun: présentation sociolinguistique
[6594]   Féral, Carole de (1977) : Le cas du pidgin camérounaises
[6595]   Féral, Carole de (1979) : Ce que pidgin veut dire: essai de définition linguistique et sociolinguistique du Pidgin English camerounaises
[6596]   Féral, Carole de (1980) : Le Pidgin-English camerounaises: essai de definition linguistique et sociolinguistique
[6597]   Féral, Carole de (1989) : Pidgin English du Cameroun: description linguistique et sociolinguistique
[6553]   Ferraz, Luiz Ivens (1980) : Notes on a pidgin dialect
[6555]   Ferraz, Luiz Ivens (1984) : Fanakalo: a pidgin caught in a crisis
[7039]   Gani-Ikilama, T. O. (1990) : Use of Nigerian Pidgin in education: why not?
[7134]   Gebhart, Ute (1991) : Vergleichende Untersuchungen zu seriellen Verbalkonstruktionen im West African Pidgin English and Krio
[7262]   Gilman, Charles (1979) : Cameroonian Pidgin English: a neo-African language
[7263]   Gilman, Charles (1980) : The origin of Cameroonian pidgin dialects
[8155]   Hancock, Ian F. (1981) : Répertoire des langues pidgins et créoles
[8486]   Heine, Bernd (1973) : Pidgin-Sprachen im Bantu-Bereich
[8504]   Heine, Bernd (1978) : Some generalizations on African-based pidgin languages
[8509]   Heine, Bernd (1979) : Some linguistic characteristics of African-based pidgins
[8564]   Heine, Bernd (1991) : On the development of Kenya Pidgin Swahili
[17814]   Holm, John A. (1988/89) : Pidgins and creoles
[9074]   Horsfall, S. (1981) : The verb in Nigerian Pidgin and in Standard English: a contrastive analysis
[9158]   Huber, Magnus (1999) : Ghanaian Pidgin English in its West African context: a sociohistorical and structural analysis
[26126]   Ihemere, Kelechukwu Uchechukwu (2006) : A Basic Description and Analytic Treatment of Noun Clauses in Nigerian Pidgin
[9899]   Jibril, Munzali (1995) : The elaboration of the functions of Nigeria Pidgin
[10394]   Kapanga, André Mwamba (1993) : Pidginization, creolization or acculturation: the case of French in Central Africa
[10576]   Kaye, Alan S. & Mauro Tosco (1993) : Early East African pidgin Arabic
[10581]   Kaye, Alan S. & Mauro Tosco (2001?) : Pidgin and Creole languages: a basic introduction
[10900]   Kisob, Jack K. (1963) : A live language: ‘Pidgin English’
[23520]   Kouega, Jean-Paul (2001) : Pidgin facing death in Cameroon
[12689]   Mafeni, B. O. W. (1965) : Some aspects of the phonetics and phonology of Nigerian Pidgin
[12691]   Mafeni, B. O. W. (1971) : Nigerian Pidgin
[12925]   Manessy, Gabriel (1977) : Processes of pidginization in African languages
[12994]   Mann, Charles C. (1993) : Polysemic functionality in pidgins and creoles: the case of fò in Anglo-Nigerian Pidgin
[13034]   Marchese, Lynell & Anna Schnukal (1982) : Nigerian Pidgin English of Warri
[13044]   Marcos Habte-Mariam (1973) : Pidgin Italian?
[23518]   Mbangwana, Paul (1983) : The scope and role of Pidgin English in Cameroon
[14066]   Mopoho, Raymond (1993) : Essai de description globale du pidgin-english camerounais
[14067]   Mopoho, Raymond (1997) : Origines et définitions du West African Pidgin English
[14456]   Mufwene, Salikoko S. (1992) : West African Pidgin English
[14681]   Mühleisen, Susanne (2005) : Emil Schwörers ‘Kolonial-Deutsch’ (1916): sprachliche und historische Anmerkungen zu einem “geplanten Pidgin” im kolonialen Deutsch Südwest Afrika
[14848]   Naro, A. (1973) : The origin of West African Pidgin
[14878]   Ndimele, Ozo-mekuri (1996) : On the ‘Kwaness’ of Nigerian Pidgin: insights from verb serialization
[15027]   Ngalasso, Mwatha Musanji (1984) : Pidgins, créoles ou koinès? A propos de quelques langues véhiculaires africaines
[15166]   Niedzielski, Henri (1989) : A French-based pidgin in Burundi
[15235]   Njeuma, Bernadette Josso (1995) : Structural similarities between Sierra Leone Krio and the two West African anglophone pidgins: a case for common origin
[23519]   Njoya, Maurice (1988) : French and Pidgin English loans in Shy Pamam
[15324]   Noss, Philip A. (1977) : Compounding to To: the dynamics of a closed pidgin
[15464]   Nurse, Derek (1997) : Prior pidginization and creolization in Swahili?
[15593]   Obíládé, Anthony O. (1976) : The nominal phrase in West African Pidgin English
[15595]   Obíládé, Anthony O. (1978) : The stylistic function of Pidgin English in African literature: Achebe and Soyinka
[15596]   Obíládé, Anthony O. (1979) : Pronoun choice and social semiotics in a bilingual situation with specific reference to Nigerian Pidgin and Yoruba
[15597]   Obíládé, Anthony O. (1980) : Pidgin English as a medium of instruction: the Nigerian experience
[25956]   Odebunmi, Akin (2011) : Nigerian Pidgin and the Construction of Emotions in Clinical Encounters
[15668]   Odumuh, Adama E. (1986) : Standardization of Nigerian Pidgin
[15675]   Ofuani, O. A. (1979) : Tense aspect in the verb system of Nigerian Pidgin
[15676]   Ofuani, O. A. (1984) : On the problem of time and tense in Nigerian Pidgin
[15823]   Olatunji, Michael O. (2001) : The use of Pidgin English in contemporary Nigerian music: a new approach towards national identity
[15853]   Oloruntoba, Iyetunde C. (1992) : Sociocultural dimensions of Nigerian Pidgin usage (western Nioger Delta of Nigeria)
[15880]   Omamor, Augusta Phil [E.] (1990) : Tony Obilade and pronoun choice in Nigerian Pidgin: a critique
[15954]   Onyeche, Joseph Ifeanyi (2004) : As Naija pipo dey tok: a preliminary analysis of the role of Nigerian Pidgin in the Nigerian community in Sweden
[16112]   Oyebade, Francis O. (1983) : Aspects of the phonology of Nigerian Pidgin English
[16117]   Oyegbami, L. (1985) : Pidgin English as lingua franca
[16264]   Pasch, Helma (1993) : Phonological similarities between Sango and its base language: is Sango pidgin/creole or a koiné?
[16365]   Perrot, Jean (Ed) (1981) : Les langues dans le monde ancien et moderne, II: pidgin et créoles
[16693]   Poplack, S. & Sali A. Tagliamonte (1996) : Nothing in context: variation, grammaticization and past time marking in Nigerian Pidgin English
[17185]   Rensburg, M. C. J. van (1989) : Oranje River Afrikaans: a stage in the pidgin-creole cycle
[17432]   Rotimi, Ole (1977) : Nigerian Pidgin English dictionary
[17731]   Salomon, S. (1971) : The Pidgin English of Chinua Achebe
[17740]   Samarin, William John (1958) : The phonology of pidgin Sango
[17753]   Samarin, William John (1971) : Salient and substantive pidginization
[17755]   Samarin, William John (1982) : Colonization and pidginization on the Ubangi River
[17927]   Sayer, E. S. (19--) : Pidgin English
[18107]   Schneider, Gilbert Donald (1966) : West African Pidgin English: a descriptive linguistic analysis with texts and glossary from the Cameroon area
[18108]   Schneider, Gilbert Donald (1967) : West African Pidgin English: an overview (phonology, morphology)
[18109]   Schneider, Gilbert Donald (1967) : West African Pidgin English: a historical overview
[18469]   Shnukal, Anna & Lynell Marchese (1983) : Creolization of Nigerian Pidgin English: a progress report
[18584]   Simire, G. O. (2004) : The status of kom and the time-aspect-modality system of Anglo-Nigerian Pidgin
[18616]   Singler, John Victor (1988) : The place of variation in the formal expression of inflectional processes: evidence from Kru Pidgin English
[18619]   Singler, John Victor (1990) : The impact of decreolization upon T-M-A: tenselessness, mood and aspect in Kru Pidgin English
[18623]   Singler, John Victor (1996) : An OT account of pidgin phonology: coda consonants in vernacular Liberian English
[18625]   Singler, John Victor (1999) : Optimality Theory, the minimal-word constraint and the historical sequencing of substrate influence in pidgin/creole genesis
[18618]   Singler, John Victor (Ed) (1990) : Pidgin and creole tense-mood-aspect systems
[19334]   Tagliamonte, Sali A. (1999) : The story of kom in Nigerian Pidgin English
[19333]   Tagliamonte, Sali A. , S. Poplack & E. Eze (1997) : Pluralization patterns in Nigerian Pidgin English
[19727]   Todd, Loreto (1991) : Talk Pidgin: a structured course in West African Pidgin English
[19737]   Tonkin, Elizabeth (1971) : Some coastal pidgins in West Africa
[19738]   Tonkin, Elizabeth (1979) : Uses of pidgin in the early literate English of Nigeria
[19783]   Tosco, Mauro (1995) : A pidgin verbal system: the case of Juba Arabic
[20093]   Turchetta, Barbara (1998) : On the application of the notion of grammaticalization to West African Pidgin English
[20338]   Versteegh, Kees (1984) : Pidginization and creolization: the case of Arabic
[20640]   Walker, O. (1970) : Towards and analysis of Nigerian Pidgin English
[21580]   Yankson, Kofi E. (1974) : The use of pidgin in “No longer at ease” and “A man of the people”