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Social Semiotics, ISSN 1035-0330, 05/2017, Volume 27, Issue 3, pp. 288 - 298
I argue here that sociolinguistic studies of elite accents have largely been trapped in a methodological and theoretical cul-de-sac, isolated from other work... 
standardisation | dialectology | elites | Received Pronunciation | sociolinguistics | accents | LINGUISTICS | COMMUNICATION | HUMANITIES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | English language (Modern) | phonology | Dialects | Elites | Language shift | Sociolinguistics | Ideology | Aristocracy
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Journal of the International Phonetic Association, ISSN 0025-1003, 12/2004, Volume 34, Issue 2, pp. 239 - 245
The accent described here is the present-day version of the accent that has been used as the standard in phoneticians' description of the pronunciation of... 
Diphthongs | Transcription | Consonants | Pronunciation | ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE IPA | Phonetics | Regional dialects | Vowels | Phonetic notation | Lexical stress | Syllables | Accentuation | Dictionaries | British English | Language history | Television | Foreign accent | Native speakers | Radio | Received pronunciation | Language acquisition
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Journal of the International Phonetic Association, ISSN 0025-1003, 03/2018, Volume 49, Issue 3, pp. 1 - 20
This study focuses on a corpus assembled from commercial recordings of 1929 and 1932 featuring the two British linguists J. R. Firth (1890–1960) and Daniel... 
Library collections | Accentuation | Dictionaries | Sociolinguistics | Conferences | Pronunciation | Phonetics | English as a second language instruction | Received pronunciation | Acoustics | Acoustic analysis | Sociophonetics
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Research in Language, ISSN 1731-7533, 03/2015, Volume 13, Issue 1, p. 21
This paper sets out to investigate changes and individual irregularities in the Received Pronunciation of a number of individuals over time and to compare them... 
Case studies | Accentuation | British English | Diachronic linguistics | Voicing | Sandhi | Received pronunciation | Adolescents
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English Today, ISSN 0266-0784, 11/2015, Volume 31, Issue 4, pp. 21 - 29
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Danske Talesprog, ISSN 1600-6038, 2011, Volume 11, p. 117
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inTRAlinea, ISSN 1827-000X, 2018, Volume 20
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Anglistik und Englischunterricht, ISSN 0344-8266, 2017, Volume 84, p. 89
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English Today, ISSN 0266-0784, 03/2014, Volume 30, Issue 1, pp. 37 - 47
The fact that differences in vowel articulation are important in distinguishing accents of English is well established (Wells, 1982; Cruttenden, 2008; Ng, Chen... 
Phonemes | Native language | Pronunciation | Word meaning | Speech perception | Articulation | English | Accentuation | Language | Linguistics | Phonetics | Speech | Vowels | Received pronunciation
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Multilingua, ISSN 0167-8507, 09/2019, Volume 38, Issue 5, p. 547
The codification of propriety - talking with a ‘proper’ accent - is recorded in audiovisual texts so that cross-cultural interaction between social groups is... 
Accentuation | Sociolinguistics | Cues/Cueing | Prosody | Pronunciation | Audiovisual translation | Cultural groups | Received pronunciation | Translators | Stereotypes | Humor
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Perspectives, ISSN 0907-676X, 03/2019, Volume 27, Issue 2, pp. 235 - 251
This contribution focuses on the London accent, in its traditional Cockney realisation and in its more recent developments. The function of this accent in the... 
dubbing | Audiovisual translation | dialect | accent | Cockney | LINGUISTICS | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | Italian language | Accentuation | Translation | British English | Sociolects | Pronunciation | Dialects | Discourse functions | Received pronunciation | Idiolects | Stereotypes
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Linguistics, ISSN 0024-3949, 05/2017, Volume 55, Issue 3, p. 525
The exploitation of external as opposed to local language varieties in advertising can be associated with a history of colonization, the external variety being... 
Language varieties | British English | Audience | Pronunciation | Radio | Advertisements | Radio advertising | Accentuation | Irish English | Language | Ideology | Regional dialects | Politics | Received pronunciation | Mass media | Advertising | Corpus analysis
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海外英语, ISSN 1009-5039, 2011, Issue 7X, pp. 300 - 302
The term "Estuary English" is coined in 1984 by British linguist David Rosewarne to name an allegedly new variety of English observed in South-east... 
English | pronunciation | received | Estuary | Cockney
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Voice and Speech Review, ISSN 2326-8263, 09/2019, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp. 279 - 297
This article confirms and deepens an understanding of the negative impact of teaching culturally embedded speech standards to actors who are "othered" by a... 
Speech training | diversity | received pronunciation | affect | decolonizing | equity | acting
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