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My research interests include: Sociolinguistics, language attitudes, Multicultural London English, stereotypes, attitude change, persuasion, hip-hop language, and performance language
This study presents the first sociolinguistic examination of communication in a social dilemma. 90 participants (18 groups of 5) completed a modified public goods game with 2 rounds: an effort-based task and an unscripted online chat about the results. A linear regression shows that consensus-building language in the Round 1 chat affects cooperativ...
This paper seeks to improve the persuasiveness of oral health campaigns by investigating the relationship between implicit and explicit attitudes to British accents. Forty-seven participants from Tayside, East Scotland, first completed an implicit task which asked participants to judge the truth value of 120 trivia statements, divided into six diff...
AndreaMoll, Jamaican Creole goes web: Sociolinguistic styling and authenticity in a digital ‘yaad’. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2015. Pp. viii, 294. Hb. $158. - Volume 45 Issue 3 - Zoe Adams