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Kluge, Angela. 2014. A grammar of Papuan Malay (LOT Dissertation Series 361). Utrecht: LOT. Online URL: http://www.lotpublications.nl/index3.html;https://openaccess.leidenuniv.nl/handle/1887/25849.
Kluge, Angela. 2011. A sociolinguistic survey of the Ede language communities of Benin and Togo. Introduction and Volume 1: Ede language family – Background and assessment methodology. SIL Electronic Survey Reports 2011-002. http://www.sil.org/silesr/2011/silesr2011-002.pdf.
Kluge, Angela. 2011. A sociolinguistic survey of the Gbe language communities of Benin and Togo: Gbe language family overview. SIL Electronic Survey Reports 2011-012. http://www.sil.org/silesr/2011/silesr2011-012.pdf.
Kluge, Angela. 2010. RTT retelling method: An alternative approach to interdialectal comprehension testing. In Barry Heselwood and Clive Upton (eds.), Proceedings of methods XIII: Papers from the Thirteenth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology (2008). Bamberger Beiträge zur Englishchen Sprachwissenschaft / Bamberg Studies in English Linguistics 54. Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 174–183.
Kluge, Angela. 2007. A synchronic lexical study of the Ede language continuum of West Africa: The effects of different similarity judgment criteria. Afrikanistik Online 2007(11-02). http://www.afrikanistik-online.de/archiv/2007/1328/.
Kluge, Angela. 2007. The Gbe language continuum of West Africa: A synchronic typological approach to prioritizing in-depth sociolinguistic research on literature extensibility. Language Documentation and Conservation 1(2):182–215. http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/bitstream/handle/10125/1714/kluge.html.
Kluge, Angela. 2006. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of grammatical features elicited among the Gbe language varieties of West Africa. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 27(1):53–86. http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/JALL.2006.004.
Kluge, Angela. 2005. A synchronic lexical study of Gbe language varieties: The effects of different similarity judgment criteria. Linguistic discovery 3(1):22–53. http://journals.dartmouth.edu/cgi-bin/WebObjects/Journals.woa/2/xmlpage/1/article/281?htmlAlways=yes.
Kluge, Angela. 2000. The analysis of intercultural miscommunication: Three approaches. Notes on Sociolinguistics 5(2):57–68.
Kluge, Angela. 2000. Three different notions of the interview process. Notes on Sociolinguistics 5(3/4):105–116.
Kluge, Angela. 2011. Existential predicate clauses in Papuan Malay. Paper presented at the Fifteenth Symposium on Malay and Indonesian Linguistics (ISMIL 15), Malang, Indonesia. June 24–26, 2011.
Kluge, Angela. 2008. Measuring linguistic relations between the Gbe language varieties: A synchronic typological approach to the analysis of grammatical features. Paper presented at the Workshop on “Measuring linguistic relations between closely related varieties”, Thirteenth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology, Leeds, England. August 4–8, 2008.
Kluge, Angela. 2008. Using multi-faceted linguistic analysis to inform focused in-depth sociolinguistic research: The Gbe language continuum of West Africa. Paper presented at the Thirteenth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology, Leeds, England. August 4–8, 2008.
Kluge, Angela. 2007. “Sorry, could you repeat that, please?! ”: Where does one language end and the next begin? Paper presented at the SIL Indonesia Eastern Indonesia Malay Seminar, Sentani, Indonesia. September 3–6, 2007.
Kluge, Angela. 2005. Anii: Longitudinal study. Paper presented at the SIL International Surveyors Caucus, Chiang Mai, Thailand. September 5–6 and 15–16, 2005.
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