Language Variation and Change

Papers
(The median citation count of Language Variation and Change is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
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A corpus-based quantitative analysis of twelve centuries of preterite and past participle morphology in Dutch12
Perceptual validation of vowel normalization methods for variationist research9
Voice quality and coda /r/ in Glasgow English in the early 20th century8
The split of a fricative merger due to dialect contact and societal changes: A sociophonetic study on Andalusian Spanish read-speech8
Escaping theTrap: Losing the Northern Cities Shift in Real Time7
Vague eggs and tags: Prevelar merger in Seattle6
Obviously undergoing change: Adverbs of evidentiality across time and space6
Gender separation and the speech community: Rhoticity in early 20th century Southland New Zealand English6
Co-variation, style and social meaning: The implicational relationship between (h) and (ing) in Debden, Essex5
New and old puzzles in the morphological conditioning of coronal stop deletion5
Phonological mergers have systemic phonetic consequences:palm, trees, and the Low Back Merger Shift4
On competing indexicalities in southern Peninsular Spanish. A sociophonetic and perceptual analysis of affricate [ts] through time4
The social embedding of a syntactic alternation: Variable particle placement in Ontario English4
Beyond binary gender: creaky voice, gender, and the variationist enterprise4
The role of internal constraints and stylistic congruence on a variant's social impact3
Variable grammars are variable across registers: future temporal reference in English3
Linking gender, sexuality, and affect: The linguistic and social patterning of phrase-final posttonic lengthening3
Medium-shifting and intraspeaker variation in conversational interviews3
Be that as it may: The Unremarkable Trajectory of the English Subjunctive in North American Speech3
Contextualizing /s/ retraction: Sibilant variation and change in Washington D.C. African American Language2
Crosslinguistic perceptions of /s/ among English, French, and German listeners2
Aspects of change in New York City English short-a2
Do Creoles conform to typological patterns? Habitual marking in Palenquero2
Word-order variation in a contact setting: A corpus-based investigation of Russian spoken in Daghestan2
A variationist analysis of first-person-singular subject expression in Louisiana French2
Extraverted innovators and conscientious laggards? Investigating effects of personality traits on language change2
On the probability and direction of morphosyntactic lifespan change2
Part of town as an independent factor: thenorth-forcemerger in Manchester1
The influence of language shift on Sanapaná vowels: An exemplar-based perspective1
Boomer Peak or Gen X Cliff? From SVS to LBMS in Georgia English1
Structure, Chronology, and Local Social Meaning of a Supra-Local Vowel Shift: Emergence of the Low-Back-Merger Shift in New England1
New ways of analyzing complementizer drop in Montréal French: Exploration of cognitive factors1
Agreeing when to disagree: A corpus analysis of variable agreement in caregiver and child English1
Expression of anaphoric subjects in Vera'a: Functional and structural factors in the choice between pronoun and zero1
New -way(s) with -ward(s): lexicalization, splitting and sociolinguistic patterns1
Variable plural marking in Palenquero Creole1
The Status of ain't in Philadelphia African American English1
Quotation in earlier and contemporary Australian Aboriginal English1
A sociophonetic account of gradient /z/ devoicing among Chicanx high schoolers0
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Variation in the production of Basque ergativity: Change or stable variation?0
TH-stopping in Philadelphia Puerto Rican English0
Form and function covariation: Obligation modals in Australian English0
A question of change: Putting five complementary measures to the test with French polar interrogatives0
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Post-educator relaxation in the U-shaped curve: Evidence from a panel study of Tyneside (ing)0
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Do Creoles conform to typological patterns? Habitual marking in Palenquero—Erratum0
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Where didwergo? Lexical variation and change in third-person male adult noun referents in Old and Middle English0
goose-fronting in Received Pronunciation across time: A trend study0
In memoriam Anthony Kroch (1946–2021)0
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Early acquisition of syntactic variation: Lexical conditioning of Spanish variable clitic placement0
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Re-examining the /eː-ɛː/ merger in Finland-Swedish: Regional and stylistic variation0
Subject dislocation in Ontario English: Insights from sociolinguistic typology0
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Why do we say them when we know it should be they? Twitter as a resource for investigating nonstandard syntactic variation in The Netherlands0
Lects in Helsinki Finnish - a probabilistic component modeling approach0
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Lifespan “Changes from Above” in the Standardization of Japanese Regional Dialects: Levels of Grammar, Lexical Properties and Community Characteristics0
Intonation of Greek in contact with Turkish: a diachronic study0
Possessive pronouns in Welsh: Stylistic variation and the acquisition of sociolinguistic competence – Corrigendum0
“I can't see myself ever living any[w]ere else”: Variation in (HW) in Edinburgh English0
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[bɪt] by [bɪʔ]: Variation in T-glottaling in Scottish Standard English0
Intra- and interspeaker repetitiveness in Chengdu Mandarin locative variation0
Phonological emergence and social reorganization: Developing a nasal /æ/ system in Lansing, Michigan0
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Cumulative exposure to fast speech conditions duration of content words in English0
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Possessive pronouns in Welsh: Stylistic variation and the acquisition of sociolinguistic competence0
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