Tok Pisin i go we?: Proceedings of a conference held at the University of Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, P.N.G., 18-21 September 1973
MCELHANON, Kenneth A., editor. 1975. Tok Pisin i go we?: Proceedings of a conference held at the University of Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, P.N.G., 18-21 September 1973. Kivung special publication 1. Port Moresby: Linguistic Society of Papua New Guinea. 242 pages.
- A proposal for the use of Pidgin in Papua New Guinea’s education system, by LITTERAL, Robert L., author.
- Authors for Papua New Guinea, by CATES, Ann R.; CATES, Larry E., authors.
- Bai yumi mekim wanem bilong helpim Tok Pisin?, by FREYBERG, Paul G., author.
- Benefits of a unified Pidgin orthography for Papua New Guinea, by PENCE, Alan R., author.
- Bikpela manmeri i kisim skul (Adult education), by TAMOSAN, D., author.
- Can English and Pidgin be kept apart?, by BICKERTON, Derek, author.
- Legitimacy of Pidgin in the development of Papua New Guinea toward nationhood, by NOEL, John C., author.
- Olsem wanem Tok Pisin i ken helpim ol manmeri long Papua Niugini?, by ADLER, Richard, author.
- On epenthetic vowels in New Guinea Pidgin, by PAWLEY, Andrew, author.
- On the crucial importance of Neo-Melanesian, also called Pidgin English, by MEAD, Margaret, author.
- Pidgin as a medium for training translators, by STAALSEN, Philip; STRANGE, David, authors.
- Reduplication and repetition in New Guinea Pidgin, by MÜHLHÄUSLER, Peter, author.
- Relexification and regrammaticalisation, by HALL, Robert A., author.
- Sampela-nupela lo ikamap long Tok Pisin, by SANKOFF, Gillian, author.
- Sociolects in New Guinea Pidgin, by MÜHLHÄUSLER, Peter, author.
- Standardisation in Pidgin, by MIHALIC, F., author.
- The Malay element in Melanesian Pidgin, by ROOSMAN, Raden S., author.
- The Pidgin language and publications in Papua New Guinea, by PINIAU, S., author.
- The question of language standardisation and Pidgin, by WURM, Stephen A., author.
- Tok Pisin—Wanpela tok i nap long karimapim yumi olgeta, by PINIAU, S., author.
- Transfer between Selepet and Melanesian Pidgin idioms, by BAROK, Sâcnemac; MCELHANON, Kenneth A., authors.
- University-level courses in Pidgin & Creole, by BICKERTON, Derek, author.
- Use of Pidgin for community development, by PINIAU, S., author.
- Vernaculars as bridges to cross-cultural understanding, by FRANKLIN, Karl J., author.
- Wanpela lain manmeri ibin kisim Tok Pisin ikamap olosem tok ples bilong ol: Yumi ken bihainim gutpela Tok Pisin bilong ol, by SANKOFF, Gillian, author.
- When is a word not a Pidgin word?, by HEALEY, L. R., author.