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Boberg, Charles
2020. Diva Diction. American Speech 95:4  pp. 441 ff. DOI logo
Boberg, Charles
2021. Accent in North American Film and Television, DOI logo
Duncan, Daniel
2019. The influence of suburban development and metropolitan fragmentation on language variation and change: Evidence from Greater St. Louis. Journal of Linguistic Geography 7:2  pp. 82 ff. DOI logo
2013. ‘Flip-flop’ and mergers-in-progress. English Language and Linguistics 17:2  pp. 359 ff. DOI logo
2013. Using nonsense words to investigate vowel merger. English Language and Linguistics 17:2  pp. 241 ff. DOI logo
Johnson, Daniel Ezra & David Durian
2017. New England. In Listening to the Past,  pp. 257 ff. DOI logo
Kirtley, M. Joelle, James Grama, Katie Drager & Sean Simpson
2016. An acoustic analysis of the vowels of Hawai‘i English. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 46:1  pp. 79 ff. DOI logo
Lee, Sinae
2018. Patterns of the Mainstream Sound Change in a Liminal Region: Low Back Merger in Washington DC. Journal of English Linguistics 46:4  pp. 267 ff. DOI logo
Strelluf, Christopher
2016. Overlap among back vowels before /l/ in Kansas City. Language Variation and Change 28:3  pp. 379 ff. DOI logo
Strelluf, Christopher
2019. 6. Structural and Social Correlations with the Low-Back-Merger Shift in a U.S. Midland community. The Publication of the American Dialect Society 104:1  pp. 120 ff. DOI logo
Erik R. Thomas
2019. Mexican American English, DOI logo

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