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2018

Residual Rhoticity and Emergent r-sandhi in the North West and South West of England: Different Approaches to Hiatus-Resolution?

Barras, W., 2018, Sociolinguistics in England. Braber, N. & Jansen, S. (eds.). Palgrave Macmillan, p. 363-392 30 p.

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2017

Preparing Teachers for the Challenges of Constructivist Teaching

Greenier, V. T., 2017, Faces of English Education: Students, Teachers, & Pedagogy. Wong, L. L. C. & Hyland, K. (eds.). New York: Routledge, p. 260-274 15 p.

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Rural Voices: What can Borsetshire tell us about accent change?

Barras, W. S., 2017, The Archers in Fact and Fiction: Academic Analyses of Life in Rural Borsetshire. Courage, C., Headlam, N. & Matthews, P. (eds.). Peter Lang

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2016

At the forefront of linguistic change: the noun phrase morphology of the Lindisfarne Gospels

Millar, R. M., 1 Apr 2016, The Old English Gloss to the Lindisfarne Gospels: Language, Author and Context. Fernandez Cuesta, J. & Pons-Sanz, S. M. (eds.). Berlin: De Gruyter New York and Berlin, p. 153-168 16 p. (Buchreihe der Anglia / Anglia Book Series; vol. 51).

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Dialect death? The present state of the dialects of the Scottish fishing community

Millar, R. M., 1 Oct 2016, Current trends in Historical Sociolinguistics. Russi, C. (ed.). Warsaw: de Gruyter Open, p. 143-164 22 p.

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2014

Change in the Fisher Dialects of the Scottish East Coast: Peterhead as a Case Study

Millar, R. M., 20 Jan 2014, Sociolinguistics in Scotland . Lawson, R. (ed.). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan , p. 241-257 16 p.

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This syntax needs studied

Edelstein, E., 24 Jul 2014, Micro-Syntactic Variation in North American English. Zanuttini, R. & Horn, L. R. (eds.). Oxford University Press, p. 242-268 27 p. 8. (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax).

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2013

‘“To bring my language near to the language of men”? Dialect and dialect use in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries: some observations’

Millar, R. M., 1 Oct 2013, Scots: Studies in its Literature and Language . Kirk, J. M. & Macleod, I. (eds.). Amsterdam: Rodopi , p. 73-87 15 p.

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2012
6 Citations (Scopus)

Social History and the Sociology of Language

Millar, R. M., 1 Feb 2012, The Handbook Of Historical Sociolinguistics. Hernández-Campoy, J. M. & Conde-Silvestre, J. C. (eds.). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell , p. 41-60 20 p.

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The Problem of Reading Dialect in Semiliterate Letters: The Correspondence of the Holden Family, 1812-16 and of Richard Taylor 1840-51

Millar, R. M., 15 Apr 2012, Letter Writing in Late Modern English. Dossena, M. & Del Lungo Camiciotti, G. (eds.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Pub., p. 163-177 15 p.

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Varieties of English: Scots

Millar, R. M., 1 Nov 2012, Historical Linguistics of English. Bergs, A. & Brinton, L. (eds.). Berlin: Moutin de Gruyter, Vol. 2. p. 1951-1960 10 p. (Handbuecher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft; vol. 34.2).

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2011

Linguistic democracy?

Millar, R. M., 2011, Sustaining Minority Language Connubities: Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, and Scotland. Kirk, J. & O Baoill, D. (eds.). Belfast: Clo Ollscoil na Banriona, p. 218-224 7 p. (Belfast Studies in Language, Culture and Politics; vol. 20).

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2010

An historical national identity? the case of Scots

Millar, R. M., 31 Jan 2010, Language and Identities . Watt, D. & Llamas, C. (eds.). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, p. 247-256 10 p.

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Linguistic marginality in Scotland: Scots and the Celtic languages

Millar, R. M., 31 Aug 2010, Marginal Dialects : Scotland, Ireland and Beyond . Millar, R. M. (ed.). Aberdeen, United Kingdom: University of Aberdeen, p. 5-17 13 p. (Publications of the Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster (FRLSU); vol. 1).

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2009

The Origins of the Northern Scots Dialects

Millar, R., 30 Aug 2009, Studies in English and European Historical Dialectology. Dossena, M. & Lass, R. (eds.). 1 ed. Bern: Peter Lang Pub., p. 191-208 18 p. (Linguistic Insights. Studies in Language and Communication).

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