List of John Benjamins publications for which Mark Waltermire plays a role.
Chapter 10. The interaction of social factors in the acoustically gradient realization of intervocalic /d/ in Border Uruguayan Spanish. Spanish Phonetics and Phonology in Contact: Studies from Africa, the Americas, and Spain, Rao, Rajiv (ed.), pp. 263–2922020.
Along the Uruguayan-Brazilian border, Spanish exhibits phonological influence from Portuguese, including the realization of intervocalic /d/ as a stop. Using conversational data from 40 bilinguals, we analyze tokens of intervocalic /d/ acoustically using a consonant-vowel intensity ratio according… read more | Chapter
The indicative vs. subjunctive alternation with expressions of possibility in Spanish: A multifactorial analysis. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 24:1, pp. 67–972019.
This study explores the indicative vs. subjunctive alternation in Spanish subordinate clauses following epistemic adverbials and expressions of possibility. Anchored in semantic-pragmatic and variationist theoretical frameworks, traditional research on mood alternation in Spanish remains largely… read more | Article
Variants of intervocalic /d/ as markers of sociolinguistic identity among Spanish-Portuguese bilinguals. Spanish in Context 7:2, pp. 279–3042010.
The border shared by Brazil and Uruguay represents a situation of sustained, intimate cultural and linguistic contact between Spanish and Portuguese speakers. Previous research on the bilingualism of this region has focused primarily on Dialectos Portugueses del Uruguay ‘Portuguese Dialects of… read more | Article