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This study explores the sociolinguistics of mediated discourse and the use of "staged orality" in such genres. It involves a corpus-driven approximation of you guys as an emerging quasi pronoun for second-person plural address based on dialogue transcriptions of the sitcom Friends . With its...
To determine whether phonological variables are a potential resource for the expression of political identity, this article examines the second vowel of Iraq . In addition to being part of a politically significant place-name, Iraq is particularly well-suited to index political identity due in...
This article examines the variable judgments that African American English speakers in Wise, North Carolina, give simple preverbal done sentences modified by definite past-time denoting adverbials, as in John done baked a cake yesterday . A single speaker might judge this sentence as perfectly...
Phonetic studies of phonological contrasts in features such as vowel height and consonant voicing have revealed a gender difference: phonetic correlates of phonological contrasts produced by women tend to be more distinct in acoustic and temporal space than those produced by men. However, these...
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