George Bailey
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Automatic detection of sociolinguistic variation using forced alignment
G Bailey
University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics: Selected Papers …, 2016
132016
A constant rate effect in Manchester/t/-glottalling: high-frequency words are ahead of, but change at the same rate as, low-frequency words
R Bermúdez-Otero, M Baranowski, G Bailey, D Turton
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (6), 1176-90, 2015
112015
Ki (ng) in the north: Effects of duration, boundary and pause on post-nasal [ɡ]-presence
G Bailey
Laboratory Phonology, 2019
82019
Our dialects: Mapping variation in English in the UK
L MacKenzie, G Bailey
82016
Emerging from below the social radar: Incipient evaluation in the North West of England
G Bailey
Journal of Sociolinguistics 23 (1), 3-28, 2019
72019
Variation and change in Northern English velar nasals: Production and perception
G Bailey
PQDT-Global, 2019
62019
Crowdsourcing dialectology in the undergraduate classroom
L MacKenzie, G Bailey, D Turton
Methods in Dialectology XV, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2014
62014
Velar nasal plus in the north of (ing) land
G Bailey
New Ways of Analyzing Variation 45, Simon Fraser University, 2016
32016
Revealing covert articulation in s-retraction
S Nichols, G Bailey
Talk given at the Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great …, 2018
22018
Ahead but not faster: the effect of high token frequency on sound change
M Baranowski, R Bermúdez-Otero, G Bailey, D Turton
NWAV-45, 4th November, 2016
22016
A [ʃ] triking change in Manchester English
G Bailey, S Nichols, M Baranowski, D Turton
UK Language Variation and Change 12, 2019
12019
The phonological lexicon, usage factors, and rates of change: evidence from Manchester English
R Bermúdez-Otero, G Bailey, M Baranowski, D Turton
ConSOLE XXV, Leipzig 4, 2017
12017
Insertion and deletion in Northern English (ng): Innovation in the life cycle of phonological processes
G Bailey
Journal of Linguistics, 2020
2020
The graphical representation of phonological dialect features of the North of England on social media
A Nini, G Bailey, D Guo, J Grieve
Edinburgh University Press, 2020
2020
When sound change isn’t led by social change: The case of Northern English (ng)
G Bailey
2018
" East Fife, four... Forfar, five”: Intonation of the Classified Football Results
G Bailey
2014
All paths lead to [ʃ]: Varying sibilant articulation and s-retraction in Manchester English
S Nichols, G Bailey
Gradience and categoricity in s-retraction: An ultrasound study of Manchester English
S Nichols, G Bailey
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