Researching Northern English

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| University of Duisburg and Essen
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Northern English has become the focus of intensive research in the past decade or so, following on a series of dedicated conferences. The present book brings together leading-edge contributions on various aspects of language use, variation and change in the North of England. The volume covers the history of English in this area as well as providing incisive studies of both the varieties of English spoken in cities and in larger parts of the area. In addition, the collection contains a number of interface studies, e.g. concerned with the borders of the North of England, both to Scotland and the South of England or dealing with second-language varieties of Northern English or with additional issues, such as enregisterment. All these contributions help to draw a comprehensive picture of this key area of the English-speaking world and point the way forward for future research.
[Varieties of English Around the World, G55]  2015.  x, 483 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
vii–viii
List of contributors
ix–x
The North of England and Northern English
Raymond Hickey
1–24
The North of England
The enregisterment of Northern English
Joan C. Beal and Paul Cooper
27–50
The Great Vowel Shift in the North of England
Hilary Prichard
51–70
Morphosyntactic features of Northern English
Isabelle Buchstaller and Karen P. Corrigan
71–98
The history of present indicative morphosyntax from a northern perspective
Julia Fernández Cuesta
99–130
Northern English: Historical lexis and spelling
Javier Ruano-García, Pilar Sánchez-García and Maria F. Garcia-Bermejo Giner
131–158
Locations within the North
Tyneside
Adam Mearns
161–182
Sunderland
Lourdes Burbano-Elizondo
183–204
Carlisle and Cumbria
Sandra Jansen
205–226
Sheffield
Katie Finnegan
227–250
Middlesbrough
Carmen Llamas
251–270
Lancashire
William Barras
271–292
Manchester English
Maciej Baranowski and Danielle Turton
293–316
Language attitudes and divergence on the Merseyside/Lancashire border
Helen Faye West
317–342
The North
Borders and boundaries in the North of England
Chris Montgomery
345–368
The East Midlands
Natalie Braber and Nicholas Flynn
369–392
The West Midlands
Esther Pickersgill
393–416
Between North and South: The Fenland
David Britain
417–436
The north above the North: Scotland and Northern English
Warren Maguire
437–458
Non-native northern English
Rob Drummond
459–478
Index
479–484
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF/2AB – Linguistics/English
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2015033286 | Marc record