LINGUIST List 16.320
Wed Feb 02 2005
Support: Socio-phonetics: PhD Student, U of Canterbury
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Socio-phonetics: PhD Student, University of Canterbury
Message 1: Socio-phonetics: PhD Student, University of Canterbury
From: Jen Hay <jen.haycanterbury.ac.nz>
Subject: Socio-phonetics: PhD Student, University of Canterbury
University or Organization: University of Canterbury
Job Rank: PhD
Specialty Areas: Phonetics; Sociolinguistics
The Department of Linguistics at the University of Canterbury (New Zealand)
is now accepting applications for a Targeted PhD Scholarship in the area of
the Sociophonetics of New Zealand English.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
Issues to do with Vowel Merger and/or Chain-shift; The relationship between
speech production and speech perception; Regional variation in New Zealand
English; The speech of New Zealand adolescents.
The successful applicant will receive NZ$15,000 per annum, plus tuition
fees at the domestic rate, for three years. The student must enroll in
the PhD within 6 months of receiving the formal offer.
Applications close March 15. Interested students should contact Jen Hay
(jen.haycanterbury.ac.nz) for further information.
Address for information:
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