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Marcyliena H. Morgan | University of California, Los Angeles
Published online: 01 January 1993
Are black and white vernaculars merging: Papers from the NWAVE XIV Panel Discussion
Bailey, Guy, and Marvin Bassett
Bereiter, Carl, and Siegfried Engelmann
Butters, Ronald R.
Fasold, Ralph, and Walter Wolfram
Graff, David; William Labov; and Wendell Harris
Labov, William; Paul Cohen; Clarence Robins; and John Lewis
Labov, William; Paul Cohen; Clarence Robins; and John Lewis and Wendell Harris
1983 De facto segregation of black and white vernaculars. Paper presented at 12th Meeting of NWAVE.
Rickford, John, and Faye McNair-Knox
1991 Addressee- and topic-influenced style shift: A quantitative sociolinguistic study. Paper presented at NWAVE 20. Washington, DC: Georgetown University.