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Handbook of Perceptual Dialectology: Volume 1
Edited by Dennis R. Preston
[Not in series HPD 1] 1999
► pp. 359373
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Alfaraz, Gabriela G. & Dennis R. Preston
2022. Mapping perceptions diachronically. American Speech  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Alhazmi, Laila Mobarak
2023. Language attitudes in fast-growing societies: new insights in the dynamism dimension. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 10:1 DOI logo
Amira, Karyn, Christopher A. Cooper, H. Gibbs Knotts & Claire Wofford
2018. The Southern Accent as a Heuristic in American Campaigns and Elections. American Politics Research 46:6  pp. 1065 ff. DOI logo
Ash, Kathleen, Wesley Johnson, Gracie Lagadinos, Sarah Simon, Jared Thomas, Evan Wright & Jason Gainous
2020. Southern Accents and Partisan Stereotypes: Evaluating Political Candidates. Social Science Quarterly 101:5  pp. 1951 ff. DOI logo
Babel, Molly & Jamie Russell
2015. Expectations and speech intelligibility. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137:5  pp. 2823 ff. DOI logo
BERNAISCH, TOBIAS & CHRISTOPHER KOCH
2016. Attitudes towards Englishes in India. World Englishes 35:1  pp. 118 ff. DOI logo
Blanchette, Frances, Paul E. Reed, Erin Flannery & Carrie N. Jackson
2020. Linguistic Diversity in Appalachia. American Speech 95:3  pp. 297 ff. DOI logo
Braber, Natalie
2015. Language perception in the East Midlands in England. English Today 31:1  pp. 16 ff. DOI logo
Bucholtz, Mary, Nancy Bermudez, Victor Fung, Rosalva Vargas & Lisa Edwards
2008. The Normative North and the Stigmatized South. Journal of English Linguistics 36:1  pp. 62 ff. DOI logo
Carter, Phillip M. & Salvatore Callesano
2018. The social meaning of Spanish in Miami: Dialect perceptions and implications for socioeconomic class, income, and employment. Latino Studies 16:1  pp. 65 ff. DOI logo
Coats, Steven
2020. Articulation Rate in American English in a Corpus of YouTube Videos. Language and Speech 63:4  pp. 799 ff. DOI logo
Cramer, Jennifer & Dennis R. Preston
2018. Introduction. American Speech 93:3-4  pp. 337 ff. DOI logo
Dailey-O’Cain, Jennifer
2017. The Why: Ideology, Positioning, and Attitudes toward English. In Trans-National English in Social Media Communities,  pp. 135 ff. DOI logo
Didelot, Marion
2019. La hiérarchisation des accents en français, entre représentations et réalité : étude de perception d’accents natifs et non natifs en Suisse romande. Minorités linguistiques et société :12  pp. 101 ff. DOI logo
Dragojevic, Marko, Christofer Berglund & Timothy K. Blauvelt
2018. Figuring Out Who’s Who: The Role of Social Categorization in the Language Attitudes Process. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 37:1  pp. 28 ff. DOI logo
Dragojevic, Marko & Howard Giles
2014. The Reference Frame Effect: An Intergroup Perspective on Language Attitudes. Human Communication Research 40:1  pp. 91 ff. DOI logo
EVANS, BETSY E.
2010. Chinese perceptions of Inner Circle varieties of English. World Englishes 29:2  pp. 270 ff. DOI logo
Evans, Betsy E. & Terumi Imai
2011. ‘If we say English, that means America’: Japanese students’ perceptions of varieties of English. Language Awareness 20:4  pp. 315 ff. DOI logo
Evans, Betsy E. & Dennis R. Preston
2023. 13. Needed Research in Language Regard. Publication of the American Dialect Society 108:1  pp. 246 ff. DOI logo
Fedzechkina, Masha, Lucy Hall Hartley & Gareth Roberts
2023. Social biases can lead to less communicatively efficient languages. Language Acquisition 30:3-4  pp. 230 ff. DOI logo
Giles, Howard & Mikaela L. Marlow
2011. Theorizing Language Attitudes Existing Frameworks, an Integrative Model, and New Directions1. Annals of the International Communication Association 35:1  pp. 161 ff. DOI logo
Gubitosi, Patricia & Judy de Olivieira
2020. Portuguese in Massachusetts. In New Approaches to Language Attitudes in the Hispanic and Lusophone World [Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 25],  pp. 208 ff. DOI logo
Heaton, Hayley & Lynne C. Nygaard
2011. Charm or Harm: Effect of Passage Content on Listener Attitudes Toward American English Accents. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 30:2  pp. 202 ff. DOI logo
Hentschel, Gerd & Jan Patrick Zeller
2016. Meinungen und Einstellungen zu Sprachen und Kodes in zentralen Regionen der Ukraine. Zeitschrift für Slawistik 61:4  pp. 636 ff. DOI logo
Kingstone, Sydney
2015. “Scottish”, “English” or “foreign”. English World-Wide. A Journal of Varieties of English 36:3  pp. 315 ff. DOI logo
Kinzler, Katherine D. & Jasmine M. DeJesus
2013. Northern = smart and Southern = nice: The development of accent attitudes in the United States. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66:6  pp. 1146 ff. DOI logo
Kwon, Soohyun
2018. Phonetic and Phonological Changes of Noam Chomsky. American Speech 93:2  pp. 270 ff. DOI logo
Lang-Rigal, Jennifer
2020. Prosody perception meets language attitudes. In New Approaches to Language Attitudes in the Hispanic and Lusophone World [Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 25],  pp. 12 ff. DOI logo
Liang, Sihua
2015. Researching Language Attitudes in Multilingual China. In Language Attitudes and Identities in Multilingual China,  pp. 37 ff. DOI logo
Liebscher, Grit & Jennifer Dailey‐O'Cain
2017. Contextualizing language attitudes: An interactional perspective. Language and Linguistics Compass 11:9 DOI logo
McKenzie, Robert M.
2008. The Role of Variety Recognition in Japanese University Students’ Attitudes Towards English Speech Varieties. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 29:2  pp. 139 ff. DOI logo
Miłobóg, Magdalena & Peter Garrett
2011. Perceptions of and attitudes towards regional varieties of Polish: views from two Polish provinces. Language Awareness 20:4  pp. 275 ff. DOI logo
Montgomery, Chris
2012. The effect of proximity in perceptual dialectology. Journal of Sociolinguistics 16:5  pp. 638 ff. DOI logo
Montgomery, Chris
2016. The Perceptual Dialectology of Wales from the Border. In Sociolinguistics in Wales,  pp. 151 ff. DOI logo
Montgomery, Chris
2018. The Perceptual Dialectology of England. In Sociolinguistics in England,  pp. 127 ff. DOI logo
Montgomery, Chris & Philipp Stoeckle
2013. Geographic information systems and perceptual dialectology: a method for processing draw-a-map data. Journal of Linguistic Geography 1:1  pp. 52 ff. DOI logo
Nesbitt, Monica, Suzanne Evans Wagner & Alexander Mason
2019. 7. A Tale of Two Shifts: Movement Toward the Low-Back-Merger Shift in Lansing, Michigan. The Publication of the American Dialect Society 104:1  pp. 144 ff. DOI logo
Ng, Matthew H. S. & Chi‐Ying Cheng
2024. The social evaluation of accents and perceived social influence in Singapore: A comparison of American and Singaporean English accents. Asian Journal of Social Psychology DOI logo
Oyebola, Folajimi & Ulrike Gut
2020. Nigerian newscasters’ English as a model of standard Nigerian English?. Poznan Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 56:4  pp. 651 ff. DOI logo
O’Brien, Mary Grantham, Thao-Nguyen Nina Le, Anamaria Bodea, Pavel Trofimovich & Masako Shimada
2024. Accent Bias Training in Undergraduate Human Resource Management Education. Business and Professional Communication Quarterly DOI logo
Paunović, Tatjana
2009. Plus Ça Change… Serbian EFL Students' Attitudes Towards Varieties of English. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 45:4 DOI logo
Pichler, Heike
2013. Book Review: Analysing Variation in English. Journal of English Linguistics 41:2  pp. 204 ff. DOI logo
POOLEY, TIM
2015. Shift beyond shift: On the erosion of the collective memory of Picard among adolescents in Lille. Journal of French Language Studies 25:1  pp. 85 ff. DOI logo
Preston, Dennis R.
2013. Linguistic Insecurity Forty Years Later. Journal of English Linguistics 41:4  pp. 304 ff. DOI logo
Preston, Dennis R.
2013. Language with an Attitude. In The Handbook of Language Variation and Change,  pp. 157 ff. DOI logo
Preston, Dennis R.
2015. Does language regard vary?. In Responses to Language Varieties [IMPACT: Studies in Language and Society, 39],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Preston, Dennis R.
2017. Perceptual Dialectology. In The Handbook of Dialectology,  pp. 177 ff. DOI logo
Preston, Dennis R.
2020. Language Prejudice. In The International Encyclopedia of Linguistic Anthropology,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Reed, Paul E.
2020. Place and language: Links between speech, region, and connection to place. WIREs Cognitive Science 11:3 DOI logo
Regan, Brendan
2020. Intra-regional differences in the social perception of allophonic variation: The evaluation of [tʃ] and [ʃ] in Huelva and Lepe (Western Andalucía). Journal of Linguistic Geography 8:2  pp. 82 ff. DOI logo
Regan, Brendan & Jazmyn L. Martinez
2023. The Indeterminacy of Social Meaning Linked to ‘Mexico’ and ‘Texas’ Spanish: Examining Monoglossic Language Ideologies among Heritage and L2 Spanish Listeners. Languages 8:4  pp. 266 ff. DOI logo
R⊘sstad, Rune
2009. Foundations of language perceptions and the role of external factors: a Norwegian case. Language Awareness 18:2  pp. 96 ff. DOI logo
Saeli, Hooman
2018. Tehrani People’s Attitudes Toward Accented Persian: Impact of Gender, Age, and Education Level. International Multilingual Research Journal 12:4  pp. 237 ff. DOI logo
Santello, Marco
2015. Bilingual idiosyncratic dimensions of language attitudes. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 18:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Shah, Amee P.
2012. Accent Modification for Speakers With Indian Accents: Speech Characteristics and an Assessment Framework. Perspectives on Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) Populations 19:1  pp. 12 ff. DOI logo
Stein, Simon David
2023. Space Rednecks, Robot Butlers, and Feline Foreigners: Language Attitudes Toward Varieties of English in Videogames. Games and Culture 18:8  pp. 1043 ff. DOI logo
Villarreal, Dan & Mary Kohn
2019. Local meanings for supra-local change: Perceptions of TRAP backing in Kansas1. American Speech  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Villarreal, Dan & Mary Kohn
2021. Local Meanings for Supralocal Change. American Speech 96:1  pp. 45 ff. DOI logo
Wei, Ying & Qingsong Chen
2021. Development of a Chinese College Students' Attitudes Toward Sexual Swear Words Scale. Frontiers in Psychology 12 DOI logo
Xu, Chenchen & Lingfeng Mao
2017. The sociolinguistic meanings of syllable contraction in Chinese. Asia-Pacific Language Variation 3:2  pp. 160 ff. DOI logo
Yan, Qingyang
2017. The relationship between label-based and speech-based perceptual evaluations: The case of Enshi Mandarin regional varieties. Journal of Linguistic Geography 5:2  pp. 131 ff. DOI logo

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