ACCENT MOBILITY: A MODEL AND SOME DATA

@inproceedings{GCiles2016ACCENTMA,
  title={ACCENT MOBILITY: A MODEL AND SOME DATA},
  author={Howard GCiles},
  year={2016}
}
0. 0. Labov (1966) recorded formal interviews of about o,,:. and a h,.od lf1 hour' s duration in the homes of 81 informants from the Lowe r E ast Side of New York. The interviews were conducted to deterrnine whetllher ch..nges ij c:li.te.4t would affect pronunciation patterns of the interviewees. He ypo .h!lesi zed that. formal contexts of social interaction would require a greater reli ance on prestigious variants of pronunciati on by the speal ke r, than 1e: ss for n Ia.l .0. ntexts of the… CONTINUE READING

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