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SOCIAL AND OCCUPATIONAL VARIATION
Sex differences in adolescent speech
Terms of address in Australian English C Poynton
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Aboriginal accent advertisements appears attitudes AusE Australian English become British Broad called cent chapter considerable context Cultivated Delbridge derived dialect Dictionary discussed effect especially evaluation evidence example existence expressions fact female forms frequency function further girls given important indicate influence instance interest interviewer involved language least less letter lexical linguistic male meaning Melbourne Mitchell non-standard norms North American observed occur older origin particular pattern phonetic position possible present prestige probably pronunciation question realisations recent recorded reference regional relations relative seems seen sentences similar social sound South speakers speech standard status style suggest survey Sydney teachers transfers University usage usually values variables variation varieties voice vowel wool