1. Misrepresenting the American South
  2. Cynthia Goldin Bernstein
  3. pp. 339-342
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  1. Sound Change in the South
  2. Crawford Feagin
  3. pp. 342-344
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  1. Mapping the Ohio Valley: South Midland, Lower North, or Appalachian?
  2. Beverly Olson Flanigan
  3. pp. 344-347
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  1. Are Rural Dialects Endangered Like Island Dialects?
  2. Timothy C. Frazer
  3. pp. 347-349
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  1. Language Planning on the Playground
  2. Rudolph C. Troike
  3. pp. 349-352
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Issues of Identity

  1. Ethnodialectology: Dialects and the (Re-)Construction of Identities
  2. Lisa Ann Lane
  3. pp. 352-354
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  1. Let the Copula Be
  2. Sonja L. Lanehart
  3. pp. 355-356
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  1. Redrawing Ethnic Dividing Lines through Linguistic Creativity
  2. Natalie Schilling-Estes
  3. pp. 357-359
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  1. From Region to Class to Identity: "Show Me How You Speak, and I'll Tell You Who You Are"?
  2. Edgar W. Schneider
  3. pp. 359-361
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  1. Racial Identification by Speech
  2. John Baugh
  3. pp. 362-364
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  1. The Capitalization of Black and Native American
  2. Robert S. Wachal
  3. pp. 364-365
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Prospects in Phonology

  1. Studying the Rhythm of Spoken Discourse
  2. Wladyslaw Cichocki
  3. pp. 365-367
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  1. Applying Phonetic Methods to Language Variation
  2. Erik R. Thomas
  3. pp. 368-370
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Prospects in Lexicography

  1. Reflections in Lexicography
  2. David K. Barnhart
  3. pp. 370-372
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  1. Philological Ruminations of a Natural Slackard Who Became Something of a Scholard
  2. Charles Clay Doyle
  3. pp. 373-375
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  1. Bobbasheely
  2. Joan Houston Hall
  3. pp. 375-377
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  1. Where Is "Down East"?
  2. Bruce Southard
  3. pp. 377-380
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Widening the Lens of Observation

  1. The Formation of American English
  2. Michael B. Montgomery
  3. pp. 380-382
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  1. Ephemeral Language
  2. Michael Adams
  3. pp. 382-384
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  1. Language at the Edges
  2. Richard W. Bailey
  3. pp. 385-386
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  1. Dialect Development in Mobile Urban Culture
  2. Anne Marie Hamilton
  3. pp. 386-388
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  1. Changing Perspectives on Data: Interviews as Situated Speech
  2. Janet M. Fuller
  3. pp. 388-390
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  1. Representing American Speech
  2. Barbara Johnstone
  3. pp. 390-392
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  1. "Don't Just Sit There-Interrupt!" Pacing and Pausing in Conversational Style
  2. Deborah Tannen
  3. pp. 393-395
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  1. Dialects are Equally Valid
  2. Michael D. Linn
  3. pp. 395-397
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  1. Some Plain Facts about Americans and their Language
  2. Dennis Richard Preston
  3. pp. 398-401
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  1. Richly Qualitative and Rigorously Quantitative
  2. Beth Lee Simon, Thomas E. Murray
  3. pp. 401-405
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  1. English . . . and Them! Form and Function in Comparative Perspective
  2. Sali Tagliamonte
  3. pp. 405-409
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  1. Plus Ça Change: The State of Studies in African American English
  2. Donald Winford
  3. pp. 409-411
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Changes in Progress

  1. Tales of the Northern Cities
  2. Matthew J. Gordon
  3. pp. 412-414
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  1. Fast Words, Slow Words
  2. Betty S. Phillips
  3. pp. 414-416
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  1. Battle of the Pronouns: Y'all versus you-guys
  2. Natalie Maynor
  3. pp. 416-418
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  1. Language Change and Gender
  2. Charles F. Meyer
  3. pp. 418-420
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  1. Lexical Change, Language Change
  2. Luanne Von Schneidemesser
  3. pp. 420-422
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Among the New Words

  1. Among The New Words
  2. Wayne Glowka, Brenda K. Lester, Ina Dreiseitl, Kimberly Hicks, Tanya Moon, Heather Patterson, William Sinski, Erin White, Jill Winkeljohn, Barry Popik
  3. pp. 430-446
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