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Cole, Amanda and Strycharczuk, Patrycja (2022) 'Dialect levelling and Cockney diphthong shift reversal in South East England: the case of the Debden Estate.' English Language and Linguistics. pp. 1-23. ISSN 1360-6743

Cole, Amanda and Tieken-Boon van Ostade, Ingrid (2021) 'Haagse Harry, a Dutch chav from The Hague? The enregisterment of similar social personas in different speech communities.' International Journal of Language and Culture. ISSN 2214-3157

Cole, Amanda and Evans, Bronwen G (2021) 'Phonetic variation and change in the Cockney Diaspora: The role of place, gender, and identity.' Language in Society, Online (5). pp. 641-665. ISSN 0047-4045

Cole, Amanda (2021) 'Cockney moved East: the dialect of the first generation of East Londoners raised in Essex.' Dialectologia et Geolinguistica. (In Press)

Cole, Amanda (2021) 'Disambiguating language attitudes held towards socio-demographic groups and geographic areas in South East England.' Journal of Linguistic Geography, 9 (1). pp. 13-27. ISSN 2049-7547

Cole, Amanda (2020) 'Co-variation and social meaning: the implicational relationship between (H) and (ING) in Debden, Essex.' Language Variation and Change, 32 (3). pp. 349-371. ISSN 0954-3945

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Cole, Amanda (2020) Identifications of Speaker Ethnicity in South-East England: Multicultural London English as a Divisible Perceptual Variety. In: Proceedings of the LREC 2020 Workshop on "Citizen Linguistics in Language Resource Development", 2020-05-11 - 2020-05-16.

Cole, Amanda and Strycharczuk, Patrycja (2019) The PRICE-MOUTH crossover in the "Cockney diaspora". In: 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 2019-08-05 - 2019-08-09, Melbourne, Australia.


Cole, Amanda (2021) Language and identity in the Cockney Diaspora: A sociophonetic and variationist study. PhD thesis, University of Essex.

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