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Language Variation and Social Networks
ANNUAL REVIEW OF LINGUISTICS, VOL 6, pp. 341–361.
By: D. Sharma & R. Dodsworth
2019 journal article
Bipartite network structures and individual differences in sound change
GLOSSA-A JOURNAL OF GENERAL LINGUISTICS, 4(1).
By: R. Dodsworth
2017 journal article
Gradience, allophony, and chain shifts
Language Variation and Change, 29(1), 101–127.
By: A. Dinkin & R. Dodsworth
Migration and dialect contact
Annual Review of Linguistics, Vol 3, 3, 331–346.
Semantic mapping: What happens to idioms in discourse
Linguistics, 55(3), 641–682.
By: J. Owens & R. Dodsworth
Social network cohesion and the retreat from Southern vowels in Raleigh
Language in Society, 46(3), 371–405.
By: R. Dodsworth & R. Benton
Social class in applied linguistics
[Review of ]. Language in Society, 44(4), 581–584.
Speaking Pittsburghese: The story of a dialect
[Review of ]. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 25(1), 93–95.
2013 journal article
Subject expression and discourse embeddedness in Emirati Arabic
Language Variation and Change, 25(3), 255–285.
By: J. Owens, R. Dodsworth & M. Kohn
Analysing variation in English
[Review of ]. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 16(5), 713–716.
2012 journal article
Urban rejection of the vernacular: The SVS undone
Language Variation and Change, 24(2), 221–245.
By: R. Dodsworth & M. Kohn
Selected Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics
Somerville, MA : Cascadilla Press.
2010 journal article
Convergence in blue-collar Columbus, Ohio, African American and white vowel systems?
American Speech, 161–190.
By: D. Durian, R. Dodsworth & J. Schumacher
2009 conference paper
Subject-verb order in spoken Arabic: Morpholexical and event-based factors
Language Variation and Change, 21(1), 39–67.
By: J. Owens, R. Dodsworth & T. Rockwood
2008 journal article
A consuming passion: An interview with George Ritzer
Consumption Markets & Culture, 11(3), 191–201.
By: S. Dandaneau & R. Dodsworth
2006 journal article
Being (George Ritzer) and nothingness: An interview
The American Sociologist, 37(4), 84–96.
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