Perceptual differences in source–filter characteristics of racially affiliated dialects of American English

@inproceedings{Purnell2003PerceptualDI,
  title={Perceptual differences in source–filter characteristics of racially affiliated dialects of American English},
  author={Thomas Purnell and Laura J. Kopplin},
  year={2003}
}
Three forced‐choice experiments are described investigating perceptual cues of tokens simulating three racially‐affiliated varieties of American English, namely African American English (AE), Chicano English (CE), and General American English (GE). These experiments test whether the locus of the conceptual assignment of pseudo‐tokens to specific socially constructed groups resides primarily in either source or filter characteristics of the tokens. In the first experiment, responses to real… CONTINUE READING

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