Australian Deaf-Blind community
Howard works in the Linguistics Program, where he is the coordinator of the Master of Applied Linguistics. His primary research interest is language variation and change and the impact of this change on speakers and communities.
Howard Manns's Articles
The fear that dare not speak its name: how language plays a role in the assisted dying debate
Politicians' language surrounding the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill tells us tells us much about how they feel about the issue, and the emotional response they aim to convey
We're all class when it comes to the language of love
Whether it’s ‘having a naughty’ or suffering from ‘pash rash’, Australians are a descriptive lot when it comes to the act of love.