Chapter published in:
Aspects of Latin American Spanish Dialectology: In honor of Terrell A. Morgan
Edited by Manuel Díaz-Campos and Sandro Sessarego
[Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics 32] 2021
► pp. 207226
References

References

Ahrens, F.
(2004, August 2). Accent on higher TV ratings: Spanish-language network Telemundo coaches actors to use Mexican dialect. The Washington Post, p. A01.Google Scholar
Alfaraz, G.
(2014) Dialect perceptions in real time: A restudy of Miami-Cuban perceptions. Journal of Linguistic Geography, 2(2), 74–86. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Appadurai, A.
(1996) Modernity al large: Cultural dimensions of globalization (Vol. 1). Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.Google Scholar
Boomershine, A.
(2006) Perceiving and processing dialectal variation in Spanish: An exemplar theory approach. In T. L. Face & C. A. Klee (Eds.), Selected proceedings of the 8th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (pp. 58–72). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.Google Scholar
Bourdieu, P.
(1991) Language and symbolic power. Cambridge, UK: Polity (2005 reprint)Google Scholar
Carricaburo, N.
(2013) El voseo argentino: Un fenómeno con abordajes múltiples. In L. Colantoni & C. Rodríguez Louro (Eds.), Perspectivas teóricas y experimentales en el español de Argentina (pp.133–142). Madrid, Spain/Frankfurt, Germany: Iberoamericana/Vervuert.Google Scholar
Carter, P., & Callesano, S.
(2018) The social meaning of Spanish in Miami: Dialect perceptions and implications for socioeconomic class, income, and employment. Latino Studies, 16(1), 65–90. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Colantoni, L., & Hualde, J. I.
(2013) Introducción: Variación fonológica en el español de Argentina. In L. Colantoni & C. Rodríguez Louro (Eds.), Perspectivas teóricas y experimentales en el español de Argentina (pp.21–35). Madrid, Spain/Frankfurt, Germany: Iberoamericana/Vervuert.Google Scholar
Coupland, N.
(2010) The handbook of language and globalization. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Dávila, A.
(2000) Talking back: Hispanic media and U.S. latinidad. Centro Journal, XII(1), 37–47. Available in https://​www​.redalyc​.org​/articulo​.oa​?id​=37711306003d​=377​/37711306003Google Scholar
Díaz-Campos, M., & Killam, J.
(2012) Assessing language attitudes through a matched guise experiment: The case of consonantal deletion in Venezuelan Spanish. Hispania, 95(1), 83–102.Google Scholar
Díaz-Campos, M., & I Navarro-Galisteo, I.
(2009) Perceptual categorization of dialect variation in Spanish. In L. Collentine, M. García, B. Lafford & F. Marcos Marín (Eds.), Selected Proceedings of the 11th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (pp. 179–195). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.Google Scholar
Del Valle, J.
(2014) The politics of normativity and globalization: Which Spanish in the classroom? The Modern Language Journal, 98(1), 358–372. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Doblaje Wiki
(n.d.). Retrieved from the Doblajes Wiki: http://​es​.doblaje​.wikia​.com​/wiki​/Sid,​_el​_niño​_cient%C3%ADfico (30 March, 2017).
File-Muriel, R., & Brown, E.
(2011) The gradient nature of s-lenition in Caleño Spanish. Language Variation and Change, 23(2), 223–243. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Fontanella de Weinberg, M. B.
(1977) La constitución del paradigma pronominal de voseo. Thesaurus: Boletín del Instituto Caro y Cuervo, 32(2), 227–241.Google Scholar
Gabriel, C., Pešková, A., Labastía, L., & Blásquez, B. A.
(2013) La entonación en el español de Buenos Aires. In L. Colantoni & C. Rodríguez Louro (Eds.), Perspectivas teóricas y experimentales en el español de Argentina (pp.99–115). Madrid, Spain: Iberoamericana Vervuert.Google Scholar
Gómez, R.
(2016) Latino television in the United States and Latin America: Addressing networks, dynamics, and alliances. International Journal of Communication, 10, 2811–2830.Google Scholar
Guitart, J.
(1978) Conservative versus radical dialects in Spanish: Implications for language instruction. Bilingual Review/La Revista Bilingüe, 5(1/2), 57–64.Google Scholar
Hualde, J. I., Olarrea, A., Escobar, A. M., & Travis, C.
(2010) Introducción a la lingüística hispánica. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Kendall, T.
(2013) Speech rate, pause and sociolinguistic variation: studies in corpus sociophonetics. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Korn, D.
(2015, September 11). The Cisneros Group has reached an agreement with The Kitchen to offer dubbing services jointly. NextvNews: Latin America.Google Scholar
Lansberg-Rodríguez, D.
(2015) The key thing missing from Narcos . The Atlantic, November. Retrieved from https://​www​.theatlantic​.com​/international​/archive​/2015​/11​/narcos​-colombia​-pablo​-escobar​/414921/ (21 July, 2020).
Linguistic Society of America
n.d.). Linguistics and the news media: An LSA guide for linguists. Retrieved from https://​www​.linguisticsociety​.org​/content​/linguistics​-and​-news​-media​-lsa​-guide​-linguists (21 July, 2020).
Lipski, J.
(1994) Latin American Spanish. New York, NY: Longman.Google Scholar
(2011a) Socio-phonological variation in Latin American Spanish. In M. Díaz-Campos (Ed.), The handbook of Hispanic sociolinguistics (pp.72–97). Oxford, UK: Wiley Blackwell. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Lipski, J. M.
(2011b) Dialects and borders: Face-to-face and back-to-back in Latin American Spanish. Southwest Journal of Linguistics, 30(2), 33–54.Google Scholar
Mar-Molinero, C., & Paffey, D.
(2011) Linguistic imperialism: Who owns global Spanish? In M. Díaz-Campos (Ed.), The handbook of Hispanic sociolinguistics (pp. 747–764). Oxford, UK: Wiley Blackwell. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Melia, M.
(2005) American Spanish? U.S. coaches performers from Latin America to speak with “neutral” accents. Retrieved from http://​www​.puertorico​-herald​.org​/issues2​/2005​/vol09n20​/AmSpan​.html (21 July, 2020).
Milroy, J., & Milroy, L.
(2012) Authority in language: Investigating standard English (4th ed.). Oxford, UK: Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Milroy, J.
(2001) Language ideologies and the consequences of standardization. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 5(4), 530–555. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Montes-Alcalá, C.
(2011) ¿Mejor o peor español? Actitudes lingüísticas de universitarios hispanohablantes en Estados Unidos. Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 4(1), 35–54. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Penny, R.
(2004) Variation and change in Spanish. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Petrella, L.
(1998) El español “neutro” de los doblajes: Intenciones y realidades. I Congreso Internacional de la Lengua Española. In Congresosdelalengua​.es. Retrieved from http://​congresosdelalengua​.es​/zacatecas​/ponencias​/television​/comunicaciones​/petre​.htm (21 July, 2020).
Preston, D.
(2002) Language with an attitude. In J. K. Chambers, P. Trudgill, & N. Schilling-Estes (Eds.), The handbook of language variation and change (pp. 40–66). Oxford, UK: Blackwell.Google Scholar
Quesada Pacheco, M. Á.
(2014) División dialectal del español de América según sus hablantes: Análisis dialectológico perceptual. Boletín de Filología, 49(2), 257–309. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Rohena-Madrazo, M.
(2013) Variación y cambio de sonoridad de la fricativa postalveolar en el español de Buenos Aires. In L. Colantoni & C. Rodríguez Louro (Eds.), Perspectivas teóricas y experimentales en el español de Argentina (pp. 37–47). Madrid, Spain/Frankfurt, Germany: Iberoamericana/Vervuert.Google Scholar
Sinclair, J.
(2005) De latinoamericanos a latinos: La televisión en español y sus audiencias en Estados Unidos. Telos: Cuadernos de Comunicación e Innovación, 64, 19–27.Google Scholar
Smiljanic, R., & Bradlow, A.
(2007) Clear speech intelligibility: Listener and talker effects. In J. Trouvain & W. J. Barry (Eds.), Proceedings of the XVI International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 661–4). Saarbrucken, Germany: Universität des Saarlandes.Google Scholar
Torres Cacoullos, R., & Ferreira, F.
(2000) Lexical frequency and voice labiodental-bilabial variation in New Mexican Spanish. Southwest Journal of Linguistics, 19(2), 1–17.Google Scholar
Trovato, A. M.
(2018) A sociophonetic analysis of contact Spanish in the United States: Labiodentalization and labial consonant variation (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). The University of Texas at Austin. Retrieved from https://​repositories​.lib​.utexas​.edu​/handle​/2152​/63721 (21 July, 2020)
Valencia, M., & Lynch, A.
(2016) Migraciones mediáticas: La translocación del español en televisoras hispanas de Estados Unidos. Cuadernos Aispi, 8, 171–196.Google Scholar
Woolard, K.
(2007) La autoridad lingüística del español y las ideologías de la autenticidad y el anonimato. In J. Del Valle (Coord.), La lengua, ¿patria común?: ideas e ideologías del español (pp. 129–142). Madrid, Spain: Iberoamericana.Google Scholar