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The Survey of Vancouver English: A Sociolinguistic Study of Urban Canadian English
Strathy Occasional Papers on Canadian English
Volume 5
2004

Gregg, R.J.
The survey of Vancouver English, 1976-1984: Methodology, planning, implementation and analysis. 
1-138

Murdoch, Margaret M.
Visual-aural prompting in the survey questionnaire.
139-143

Murdoch, Margaret M.
Reading passages and informal speech. 
144-157

Rodman, Lilita
Reading syle. 
158-168

Hasebe-Ludt, Erika
Spontaneous speech in the survey of Vancouver English: An overview of the analysis of phonological, syntactic and lexical variables.
169-177

Richards, D.J.
The survey of Vancouver English: Attitudes and awareness.
178-199

De Wolf, Gaelan Dodds
Accent and prestige in Canadian English: The pronunciation of lexical items. 
200-220

Murdoch, Margaret M.
Are the traditional Canadian diphthongs on the move?
221-228

De Wolf, Gaelan Dodds
Evidence for linguistic change in urban Canadian English. 
229-242

Esling, John
Vowel systems and voice setting in the survey.
253-288

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