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Analysing sociolinguistic variation
SA Tagliamonte
Cambridge University Press, 2006
16422006
Variationist sociolinguistics: Change, observation, interpretation
SA Tagliamonte
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
9532011
Models, forests, and trees of York English: Was/were variation as a case study for statistical practice
SA Tagliamonte, RH Baayen
Language variation and change 24 (2), 135-178, 2012
6772012
Goldvarb X: A variable rule application for Macintosh and Windows
D Sankoff, S Tagliamonte, E Smith
Department of Linguistics, University of Toronto, 2005
6572005
African American English in the diaspora
S Poplack, S Tagliamonte
Wiley-Blackwell, 2001
5592001
Linguistic ruin? LOL! Instant messaging and teen language
SA Tagliamonte, D Denis
American speech 83 (1), 3-34, 2008
5472008
Be like et al. beyond America: The quotative system in British and Canadian youth
S Tagliamonte, R Hudson
Journal of Sociolinguistics 3 (2), 147-172, 1999
3651999
So weird; so cool; so innovative: The use of intensifiers in the television series Friends
S Tagliamonte, C Roberts
American speech 80 (3), 280-300, 2005
3512005
Well weird, right dodgy, very strange, really cool: Layering and recycling in English intensifiers
R Ito, S Tagliamonte
Language in society 32 (2), 257-279, 2003
3442003
Peaks beyond phonology: Adolescence, incrementation, and language change
SA Tagliamonte, A D'Arcy
Language, 58-108, 2009
3302009
Comparative sociolinguistics
SA Tagliamonte
The handbook of language variation and change, 128-156, 2013
3222013
He’s like, she’s like:  The quotative system in Canadian youth
S Tagliamonte, A D’Arcy
Journal of sociolinguistics 8 (4), 493-514, 2004
3132004
Was/were variation across the generations: View from the city of York
S Tagliamonte
Language variation and change 10 (2), 153-191, 1998
2951998
Frequency and variation in the community grammar: Tracking a new change through the generations
SA Tagliamonte, A D'arcy
Language Variation and Change 19 (2), 199-217, 2007
2502007
There's no tense like the present: Verbal-s inflection in early Black English
S Poplack, S Tagliamonte
Language Variation and Change 1 (1), 47-84, 1989
2391989
So different and pretty cool! Recycling intensifiers in Toronto, Canada1
SA Tagliamonte
English Language & Linguistics 12 (2), 361-394, 2008
2252008
So who? Like how? Just what?: Discourse markers in the conversations of young Canadians
S Tagliamonte
Journal of Pragmatics 37 (11), 1896-1915, 2005
2172005
Goldvarb X: A multivariate analysis application
D Sankoff, SA Tagliamonte, E Smith
Toronto: Department of Linguistics, 2005
2072005
African American English in the diaspora: Evidence from old-line Nova Scotians
S Poplack, S Tagliamonte
Language Variation and Change 3 (3), 301-339, 1991
1851991
The grammaticization of going to in (African American) English
S Poplack, S Tagliamonte
Language Variation and Change 11 (3), 315-342, 1999
1571999
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