1. Demographic Change and American Dialectology in the Twenty-First Century
  2. Jan Tillery, Guy Bailey, Tom Wikle
  3. pp. 227-249
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  1. Real and Apparent Time in Language Change: Late Adoption of Changes in Montreal English
  2. pp. 250-269
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  1. The Semantic Unity of Reflexive, Emphatic, and Other -self Pronouns
  2. Nancy Stern
  3. pp. 270-280
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  1. Dude
  2. Scott F. Kiesling
  3. pp. 281-305
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  1. Among the New Words
  2. Arthur Wayne Glowka, Megan Melancon, Danielle C. Wyckoff, Debra Dent
  3. pp. 306-316
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  1. Analyzing Vowel Variation by the Numbers
  2. Terry Lynn Irons
  3. pp. 317-323
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  1. The Deconstruction of Identity in Everyday Talk
  2. Christine Mallinson
  3. pp. 323-328
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  1. Lexicon and American Culture
  2. Kirk Hazen
  3. pp. 328-333
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  1. Contributors' Column
  2. p. iv
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