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Variation in Indigenous Minority Languages
Edited by James N. Stanford and Dennis R. Preston
[IMPACT: Studies in Language, Culture and Society 25] 2009
► pp. 109128
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Chirkova, Katia, James N. Stanford & Dehe Wang
2018. A long way from New York City: Socially stratified contact-induced phonological convergence in Ganluo Ersu (Sichuan, China). Language Variation and Change 30:1  pp. 109 ff. DOI logo
Kasstan, Jonathan R.
2019. Emergent sociolinguistic variation in severe language endangerment. Language in Society 48:5  pp. 685 ff. DOI logo
Kasstan, Jonathan R.
2020. Modelling stylistic variation in threatened and under-documented languages. Language Ecology 4:1  pp. 73 ff. DOI logo
Lai, Li-Fang & Shelome Gooden
2018. The spread of raised (ay) and (aw) in Yami: From regional distinctiveness to ethnic identity marker. Journal of Linguistic Geography 6:2  pp. 125 ff. DOI logo
Lindsey, Kate L.
2021. Ende oration and final /n/-realisation. Asia-Pacific Language Variation 7:1  pp. 30 ff. DOI logo
Povilonis, Natalie & Gregory Guy
2022. Authenticity in language ideology. Asia-Pacific Language Variation 8:2  pp. 240 ff. DOI logo
Stanford, James N.
2012. One size fits all? Dialectometry in a small clan-based indigenous society. Language Variation and Change 24:2  pp. 247 ff. DOI logo
Stanford, James N.
2016. A call for more diverse sources of data: Variationist approaches in non‐English contexts. Journal of Sociolinguistics 20:4  pp. 525 ff. DOI logo
Stanford, James N.
2023. Variationist sociolinguistic methods with Indigenous language communities. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 13:1  pp. 106 ff. DOI logo
Strong, Katherine, Kate L. Lindsey & Katie Drager
2022. Kawa and the variable stopping of obstruents in Ende. Asia-Pacific Language Variation 8:2  pp. 150 ff. DOI logo

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