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Dr Daniel Duncan
“I’ve always spoke like this, you see”: Preterite-for-participle leveling in American and British Englishes2022
Dr Daniel Duncan
“Missouree Was Always Out of Step with Missourah”: Sociolinguistic Variants as Moral Toponyms2022
Dr Daniel Duncan
Chronotopes and commodification on the Streets of St. Charles2022
Dr Daniel Duncan
Merger reversal in St. Louis: Implementation and implications2022
Dr Daniel Duncan
Attitudes toward Englishes in the UK2021
Dr Daniel Duncan
Secondary education as a group marker in St. Louis, Missouri2021
Dr Daniel Duncan
The Gettysburg Corpus: Testing the Proposition that All Tense /æ/s Are Created Equal2021
Dr Daniel Duncan
Urban/suburban contact as stylized social practice2021
Dr Daniel Duncan
Using hidden Markov models to find discrete targets in continuous sociophonetic data2021
Dr Daniel Duncan
A Note on the Productivity of the Alternative Embedded Passive2020
Dr Daniel Duncan
Grammars compete late: Evidence from embedded passives2019
Dr Daniel Duncan
Holistic approaches to syntactic variation: Wh-all questions in English2019
Dr Daniel Duncan
The influence of suburban development and metropolitan fragmentation on language variation and change: Evidence from Greater St. Louis2019
Dr Daniel Duncan
The role of gesture in the English ish-construction2019
Dr Daniel Duncan
Residential segregation and ethnolinguistic variation2018
Dr Daniel Duncan
Understanding St. Louis’ love for Hoosier2018
Dr Daniel Duncan
Australian singer, American features: Performing authenticity in country music2017
Dr Daniel Duncan
“Tense” /æ/ is still lax: A phonotactics study2016
Dr Daniel Duncan
A Freezing approach to the ish-construction in English2016
Dr Daniel Duncan
Language policy, ethnic conflict, and conflict resolution: Albanian inthe former Yugoslavia2016
Dr Daniel Duncan
Preparing FCS Professionals for a Multilingual Society: Building Community Through the Experiences of Multilingual Families2014