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Linguistics: an introduction
A Radford, M Atkinson, D Britain, H Clahsen, A Spencer
Cambridge University Press, 2009
8582009
Dialect levelling and geographical diffusion in British English
P Kerswill, D Britain, J Cheshire
Social dialectology, 223-43, 2003
4862003
Space and spatial diffusion
D Britain
The handbook of language variation and change, 603-637, 2004
3372004
Linguistic change in intonation: The use of high rising terminals in New Zealand English
D Britain
Language Variation and Change 4 (1), 77-104, 1992
2881992
Dialect contact and phonological reallocation:“Canadian Raising” in the English Fens
D Britain
Language in Society 26 (1), 15-46, 1997
2321997
Diffusion, levelling, simplification and reallocation in past tense BE in the English Fens
D Britain
Journal of sociolinguistics 6 (1), 16-43, 2002
2152002
Migration, new‐dialect formation and sociolinguistic refunctionalisation: reallocation as an outcome of dialect contact
D Britain, P Trudgill
Transactions of the Philological Society 97 (2), 245-256, 1999
1671999
One foot in the grave? Dialect death, dialect contact, and dialect birth in England
D Britain
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 2009 (196-197), 121-155, 2009
1592009
Supralocal regional dialect levelling
D Britain
Language and identities, 193-204, 2010
1562010
L-vocalisation as a natural phenomenon: Explorations in sociophonology
W Johnson, D Britain
Language Sciences 29 (2-3), 294-315, 2007
150*2007
Space, diffusion and mobility
D Britain
The handbook of language variation and change, 469-500, 2013
1272013
Language and space: The variationist approach
DJ Britain
Walter de Gruyter, 2010
1222010
Language in the British Isles
D Britain
Cambridge University Press, 2007
1142007
Conceptualizations of geographic space in linguistics
D Britain
De Gruyter 30, 69-97, 2010
982010
The English Dialects App: The creation of a crowdsourced dialect corpus
A Leemann, MJ Kolly, D Britain
Ampersand 5, 1-17, 2018
962018
New dialect formation and contact-induced reallocation: Three case studies from the English Fens
D Britain, P Trudgill
International Journal of English Studies 5 (1), 183-209, 2005
952005
Pursuing the cascade model
W Labov, D Britain, J Cheshire
Social dialectology, 9-22, 2003
902003
10 Sedentarism and nomadism in the sociolinguistics of dialect
D Britain
Sociolinguistics: Theoretical Debates, 217, 2016
882016
Innovation diffusion:‘‘Estuary English’’and local dialect differentiation: The survival of Fenland Englishes
D Britain
Walter de Gruyter 43 (5), 995-1022, 2005
882005
Intonation and prosody in New Zealand English
P Warren, D Britain
New Zealand English, 146-172, 2000
842000
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