University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics
Selected Papers from NWAV 30
Sudha Arunachalam, Elsi Kaiser, Daniel Ezra Johnson, Tara Sanchez, and Alexander Williams
Que le vamoh aher? Taking the syllable out of Spanish /s/ reduction.
Esther L. Brown and Rena Torres Cacoullos
Assessing the acquisition of dialect variables by migrant adults in Philadelphia: A case study.
Jeff Conn and Uri Horesh
Hangin' and retractin': Adolescent social practice and phonetic variation in an Ontario small town.
Paul M. De Decker
Current trends in British sociophonetics.
Past time reference in Belizean Creole.
Null pronoun variation in Mandarin Chinese.
Li Jia and Robert Bayley
"You do get queer, see. She do get queer...": Non-standard periphrastic do in Somerset English.
Adverbs and social class revisited.
Social psychology of language and language variation.
Concrete contexts of morphosyntactic change: Evidence from Later Medieval Greek.
Panayiotis A. Pappas
Dialect death and morphosyntactic change: Smith Island weak expletive it.
Jeffrey K. Parrott
Michael D. Picone
Best practices in the acquisition, processing, and analysis of acoustic speech signals.
Variability in invariant grammars: The Ottawa grammar resource on early variability in English.
Shana Poplack, Gerard Van Herk, and Dawn Harvie
Pragmatic variation between negatives: Evidence from Romance.
Scott A. Schwenter
Further evidence for a 'Middle French' koine.
John C. Smith and Clive R. Sneddon
The fall and rise of /r/: Rhoticity and /r/-sandhi in early New Zealand English.
Andrea Sudbury and Jennifer Hay
Grammaticalization of a gente in Brazilian Portuguese.
Ana M. S. Zilles