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|Name:||Clive Gareth Grey|
|Institution:||Edge Hill University|
|Email:||click here to access email|
|State and/or Country:||United Kingdom|
|Specialty:||accents of northwestern England|
|Selected Publications:||Old Stuff: The Word Phonology of Welsh. University of Cambridge PhD thesis 1982. (available on CD)
'Directions of Change in Contemporary Scouse: Reflections on Issues and Empirical Evidence' Chapter in Grant & Grey, eds. 2008. The Mersey Sound. (see below).
'Our Friends inm the North: relic dialects between Southport and Preston' Chapter in Grant & Grey, eds. 2008 The Mersey Sound (see below).
'Confronting attitudes to English in Britain and South Asia: language as n expression of identity in south Asian contexts .' In Shakur & De Souza. Picturing South Asia. Open House Press 2004.
'Well I'll be verbed'. Walksorted sand conversion as a lexical process in contemporary British English.' In Tschichold, C. ed. Core Linguistics. Festschrift for David Allerton. Bern: Francke 2003.
The Mersey Sound: Liverpool's Language, People and Places. Open House Press. 2008. (Co-editor with Anthony Grant)
|Courses Taught:||Sociolinguistics (BA and MA)
Phonetics (BA and MA)
Regional Varieties of English
Language Identity and Conflict in Europe
Computers and Language Research
Language and Gender
History of the English Language
|Dissertation Abstract:||The Word Phonology of Welsh|
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