Part of
English in Australia
Edited by David Blair and Peter Collins
[Varieties of English Around the World G26] 2001
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Morris, Jonathan, Robert Mayr & Ineke Mennen
2016. The Role of Linguistic Background on Sound Variation in Welsh and Welsh English. In Sociolinguistics in Wales,  pp. 241 ff. DOI logo
Walker, James A., John Hajek, Debbie Loakes, Chloé Diskin-Holdaway & Gerry Docherty
2024. Chapter 15. The sociolinguistics of urban multilingualism. In Multifaceted Multilingualism [Studies in Bilingualism, 66],  pp. 395 ff. DOI logo
Ying, Jia & Xiuqi Huang
2023. AUSSIE ARTICULATION UNRAVELED: DISENTANGLING SYLLABLE AND VOWEL CONTRIBUTIONS TO MID-SAGITTAL TEMPORAL COORDINATION OF LATERAL APPROXIMANT. Journal of Language and Communication 10:2  pp. 293 ff. DOI logo

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