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Variation, Change, and Phonological Theory
Edited by Frans L. Hinskens, Roeland van Hout and W. Leo Wetzels
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 146] 1997
► pp. 101123
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Anttila, Arto
2008. Variation and Phonological Theory. In The Handbook of Language Variation and Change,  pp. 206 ff. DOI logo
Cox, Felicity & Sallyanne Palethorpe
2007. Australian English. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 37:3  pp. 341 ff. DOI logo
Durand, Jacques & Chantal Lyche
2003. Des règles aux contraintes en phonologie générative. Revue québécoise de linguistique 30:1  pp. 91 ff. DOI logo
Kiesling, Scott F.
2019. English in Australia and New Zealand. In The Handbook of World Englishes,  pp. 70 ff. DOI logo
Leemann, Adrian, Marie-José Kolly, Iwar Werlen, David Britain & Dieter Studer-Joho
2014. The diffusion of /l/-vocalization in Swiss German. Language Variation and Change 26:2  pp. 191 ff. DOI logo
Nycz, Jennifer
2020. English Phonetics. In The Handbook of English Linguistics,  pp. 323 ff. DOI logo
Perry, Conrad & Johannes C. Ziegler
2000. Linguistic difficulties in language and reading development constrain skilled adult reading. Memory & Cognition 28:5  pp. 739 ff. DOI logo
Szalay, Tünde, Titia Benders, Felicity Cox & Michael Proctor
2022. Reconsidering lateral vocalisation: Evidence from perception and production of Australian English /l/. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 152:4  pp. 2106 ff. DOI logo
Ying, Jia, Jason A. Shaw, Christopher Carignan, Michael Proctor, Donald Derrick & Catherine T. Best
2021. Evidence for active control of tongue lateralization in Australian English /l/. Journal of Phonetics 86  pp. 101039 ff. DOI logo

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