1. In-Text References
References in the text of an article should always be by the author's last name and year of publication, e.g.:
2. End References
Authors are requested to check the following points particularly carefully before submitting manuscripts:
Typical examples of references are shown below. In anomalous cases, please consult The Chicago Manual of Style, 17th edition for further information, or the SCL Publications Officer <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Cassidy, Frederic G. and Robert B. . Le Page. 1967. Dictionary of Jamaican English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Cassidy, Frederic G. and Robert B. Le Page. 1980 . Dictionary of Jamaican English. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Runmouth, B.S. 2001. Insults in Caribbean Creoles. London: Extreme Press.
Smith, Faith. 2002. Creole Recitations: John Jacob Thomas and Colonial Formation in the Late Nineteenth-Century Caribbean. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press.
Syncope, A. and B. Apocope, eds. 1992. Cutting Words. London: Brief & Short.
Fix, M. 1999. The case for case. In What's the Matter with Declensions edited by A.L.P. Brimstone and R.N. Treacle, 54?78. New York: Disgruntled and Peeved Bros.
Simmons-McDonald, Hazel. 2001. Competence, proficiency and language acquisition in Caribbean contexts. In?Due Respect: Papers on English and English-Related Creoles in the Caribbean in Honour of Professor Robert Le Page, edited by P. Christie, 37?60). Kingston: University of the West Indies Press.
Whistler, J., S. Robin Sabino and C. Wren. 2001. Phonological correlates of pidgins and pigeons. In Sounds Unlikely, edited by D. Bird and A. Eagle, 34-78. New York: Audubon Society/Wingdale Press.
Voorhoeve, Jan and Ursy M. Lichtveld, eds. 1975. Creole Drum: An Anthology of Creole Literature in Surinam. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
Anthony, Marc and Q. Cleopatra. 1866. A report on a little-known theory of pidgin genesis: An Egyptian example Journal of Antiquities and Philology, 13 (3/4): 45-78.
Pato-Pato, G. G. 2002. Reduplication in many, many languages. Journal of Repetitious Results?, 45 (2): 34-56.
Rivera-Castillo, Yolanda and Lucy Pickering. 2004. Phonetic correlates of stress and tone in a mixed system. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages?, 19(2): 261-284.
Articles in Newspapers and Magazines
Another way of speaking. Antigua News, 22 April: B2.
The International Enquirer. 1996. New evidence: Speaking Creole does not destroy your brain. 12 August: 10.
Taylor, K.T. 2004. Is how we speaking. Herald. [Grenada], 12 September: A6.
Bobcat, R. 2003. Feline contributions to linguistics. Online documents at URL < http://www.feline-linguistics.reports > (accessed 24 May 2004).
Boonton, R. 2003. Creole contributions to linguistics. Online documents at URL < http://www.creoleling-linguistics.reports/html > (accessed 24 May 2004)
Canine contributions to linguistics. Online documents at URL < http://www.canine-linguistics.reports > (accessed 24 May 2004).
Elkins, A. and P. Barrett-Smith. 2001. Current newspaper practices in Creole representation. LRE Report No. 4. Bridgetown: Caribbean Institute for Research on Language.
Likely, N.B. 1997. A guide for radio announcers in Creole programming. Institute for Serious Social Research, St. Augustine, Trinidad & Tobago.
Ministry of Education, Government of Trinidad & Tobago. 1984. Schools in Rural Areas. Vol. II. Port-of-Spain: GPO.
Zephyr, A. and A. Borealis. 1987. Climatic change in magnetic poles: A catalyst for linguistic change -16th Report of the Royal Commission on Environmental Evolution. CMDS 456. London: HMSO.
Bunker, D. 2001. Another Creole genesis theory bites the dust: The relevance of Esperanto. PhD dissertation, University of Europe, The Hague.
Cobham-Sander, C. Rhonda. 1982. The Creative Writer and West Indian Society: Jamaica 1900-1950. PhD dissertation, University of St. Andrews.
Dickens, C. 1876. A note on creolisms in my novels. Unpublished manuscript, British Museum CD187-198, Box 4, Folder 6.
Oates, C. 1876. A note on creolisms. Unpublished manuscript, British Museum CD187-198, Box 4, Folder 6.