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The articles in this issue were developed from presentations in the Intersections workshop held concurrently with NWAV44. The goals of that workshop were to widen and deepen the study of linguistic variation by creating intersections with other approaches to linguistic analysis.

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Johnson, Elizabeth. 2015. The intersection of child language acquisition and sociolinguistics. Paper presented at NWAV44, Toronto.
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Labov, William, and Ash, Sharon. 1997. Understanding Birmingham. In Language Variety in the South revisited, ed. Bernstein, Cynthia, Nunnally, Thomas, and Sabino, Robin, 508573. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.
Labov, William, Fisher, Sabriya, Gylfadóttir, Duna, Henderson, Anita, and Sneller, Betsy. 2016. Competing systems in Philadelphia phonology. Language Variation and Change 28(3): 273305.
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Poplack, Shana, and Dion, Nathalie. 2009. Prescription vs. praxis: The evolution of future temporal reference in French. Language 85(3): 557587.
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Wolford, Tonya E. 2006. Variation in the expression of possession by Latino children. Language Variation and Change 18: 114.

Some parallels, accidental and expected

  • William Labov (a1)

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