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Manchester English
M Baranowski, D Turton
Researching Northern Englishes, 293-316, 2015
562015
Categorical or gradient? An ultrasound investigation of/l/-darkening and vocalization in varieties of English
D Turton
Laboratory Phonology 8 (1), 2017
542017
Variation in English /l/: Synchronic reflections of the life cycle of phonological processes
2014 Turton
University of Manchester, 2014
45*2014
Some /l/s are darker than others: Accounting for variation in English/l/with ultrasound tongue imaging
D Turton
University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 20 (2), 21, 2014
232014
Crossing the pond: Extending automatic alignment techniques to British English dialect data
L MacKenzie, D Turton
New Ways of Analyzing Variation 42, 2013
212013
Assessing the accuracy of existing forced alignment software on varieties of British English
L MacKenzie, D Turton
Linguistics Vanguard 6 (s1), 2020
192020
Locating speakers in the socioeconomic hierarchy: Towards the optimal indicators of social class
M Baranowski, D Turton
New Ways of Analyzing Variation 47, 18-21, 2018
182018
Sociophonetic variation of 'like' in British dialects: effects of function, context and predictability
E SCHLEEF, D TURTON
English Language & Linguistics, 1-41, 2016
172016
td-deletion in British English: New evidence for the long-lost morphological effect
M Baranowski, D Turton
Language Variation and Change 32 (1), 1-23, 2020
152020
The darkening of English /l/: a Stochastic Stratal OT analysis
D Turton
th Manchester Phonology Meeting, Manchester 19, 2011
152011
A constant rate effect in Manchester/t/-glottalling: high-frequency words are ahead of, but change at the same rate as, low-frequency words
R Bermúdez-Otero, M Baranowski, G Bailey, D Turton
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (6), 1176-90, 2015
122015
Determining categoricity in English /l/-darkening: A Principal Component Analysis of ultrasound spline data.
D Turton
Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 2015), 2015
122015
Synchronic stratum-specific rates of application reflect diachronic change: morphosyntactic conditioning of variation in English/l/-darkening
D Turton
Papers in Historical Phonology 1, 130-165, 2016
112016
Not quite the same: The social stratification and phonetic conditioning of the foot–strut vowels in Manchester
D Turton, M Baranowski
Journal of Linguistics 57 (1), 163-201, 2021
82021
A typology of laterals in twelve English dialects
S Kirkham, D Turton, A Leemann
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148 (1), EL72-EL76, 2020
82020
Crowdsourcing dialectology in the undergraduate classroom
L MacKenzie, G Bailey, D Turton
Methods in Dialectology XV, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2014
82014
ɪ, ə/-lowering in Manchest [ʌ]: Contextual patterns of gradient variability
D Turton, M Ramsammy
20th Manchester Phonology Meeting. 24th–26th May, 2012
72012
T/D-deletion in British English revisited: Evidence for the long-lost morphological effect
M Baranowski, D Turton
New Ways of Analyzing Variation 44, 2015
62015
Researching Northern Englishes
M Baranowski, D Turton, R Hickey
Researching Northern English, 293-316, 2015
52015
T [ʉ] c [ʉɫ] for sch [ʉɫ]: the interaction of/l/-‐darkening and/u/-‐fronting in Manchester
D Turton, M Baranowski
Paper presented at New Ways of Analysing Variation (NWAV) 2014 conference …, 2014
52014
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