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Query:   Dublin English
Author:  Emma Moore
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Language Documentation

Summary:   RE: QUERY (LINGUIST 14.2683)

MANY THANKS TO THOSE WHO RECOMMENDED RESOURCES ON IRISH ENGLISH. GLENN
ALESSI, DAVID DENISON AND KEVIN WATSON DIRECTED ME TO RAYMOND HICKEY'S
WEBSITE AT:

HTTP://WWW.UNI-ESSEN.DE/~LAN300/ATLAS/IERC.HTM

AND PAUL FOULKES REMINDED ME OF HICKEY'S CHAPTER IN FOULKES AND
DOCHERTY'S (1999) _URBAN VOICES_.

GUILLAUME DESAGULIER KINDLY SENT ME A LIST OF RESOURCES USED IN HIS
OWN DISSERTATION (THE DISSERTATION IS AVAILABLE AT THE RTE LIBRARY IN
DUBLIN). THESE ARE GIVEN BELOW.

- BERTZ, SIEGFRIED, 1975 :DER DUBLINER STADTDIALEKT. DOCTORAL
DISSERTATION, ALBERT-LUDWIGS-UNIVERSITAT, FREIBURG.

-BARRY, M.V. 1981. THE SOUTHERN BOUNDARIES OF NORTHERN HIBERNO-ENGLISH
SPEECH. IN ASPECT OF ENGLISH DIALECT IN IRELAND, PP.52-93. BELFAST :
QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY OF BELFAST.

-BYRNE, ALISON. 1996. AN INVESTIGATION OF SOME EXTRIINSIC AND INTRINSIC
CONSTRAINTS EXERTING PRESSURE ON PHONOLOGICAL VARIATION IN
HIBERNO-ENGLISH. UNPUBLISHED B.SC. PROJECT, TCD.

-CLARKE, SANDRA. 1986. SOCIOLINGUISTIC PATTERNING IN A NEW WORLD
DIALECT OF HIBERNO-ENGLISH. IN JOHN HARRIS AND AL., EDS., PERSPECTIVES
ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN IRELAND, PP. 67-81. DUBLIN : CLCS, TRINITY
COLLEGE DUBLIN.

-O' BAOILL, DONALL P. 1990. LANGUAGE CONTACT IN IRELAND : THE IRISH
PHONOLOGICAL SUBSTRATUM IN IRISH-ENGLISH. IN GEROLD A. EDMONDSON ET
AL., EDS., DEVELOPMENT AND DIVERSITY : LANGUAGE VARIATION ACROSS TIME
AND SPACE, PP. 147-172. DALLAS : SUMMER INSTITUTE OF LINGUISTICS &
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON.

-PARDY, ANNE. 1987. TO EXAMINE THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE SOCIOLINGUISTIC
VARIABLE (T) ACROSS DIFFERENT CONTEXTS. UNPUBLISHED MS., TCD.

-WELLS, J.C. 1982. ACCENTS OF ENGLISH, VOL. 1. CAMBRIDGE : CUP.

LL Issue: 8.675
Date Posted: 07-May-1997
Original Query: Read original query