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Changing tastes on the linguistic landscape of Asmara, Eritrea Tedros H. Weldemichael, Amiena Peck, Quentin Williams Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 13 No. 1 (2019) Special Issue: Visceral landscapes Apr 13, 2019 10.1558/sols.37044 Gender Studies Linguistics
Chronotopeography: Nostalgia and modernity in South Delhi’s linguistic landscape Kate Lyons, Farzad Karimzad Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 13 No. 1 (2019) Special Issue: Visceral landscapes Apr 13, 2019 10.1558/sols.36219 Gender Studies Linguistics
Semioscaping Eutopia: Qatar as a place in Qatar Airways advertisements Irene Theodoropoulou Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 13 No. 1 (2019) Special Issue: Visceral landscapes Apr 13, 2019 10.1558/sols.36168 Gender Studies Linguistics
Crossing boundaries: Visceral landscapes of Israeli nationalism Tommaso M. Milani, Erez Levon, Ruth Glocer Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 13 No. 1 (2019) Special Issue: Visceral landscapes Apr 13, 2019 10.1558/sols.36209 Gender Studies Linguistics
Kawaii in the semiotic landscape Mie Hiramoto, Lionel Wee Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 13 No. 1 (2019) Special Issue: Visceral landscapes Apr 13, 2019 10.1558/sols.36212 Gender Studies Linguistics
Introduction: Visceral landscapes (the inside story) Christopher Stroud, Amiena Peck, Quentin Williams Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 13 No. 1 (2019) Special Issue: Visceral landscapes Apr 13, 2019 10.1558/sols.36224 Gender Studies Linguistics
Thinking about language with Bourdieu: Pointers for social theory in the language sciences Linus Salö Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 3-4 (2018) Nov 5, 2018 10.1558/sols.32916 Gender Studies Linguistics
Imagined selves and L2 learning motivation among middle-aged women: The experiences of Middle Eastern women Haifa Al-Nofaie Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 3-4 (2018) Nov 5, 2018 10.1558/sols.33348 Gender Studies Linguistics
Residential segregation and ethnolinguistic variation Daniel Duncan Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 3-4 (2018) Nov 5, 2018 10.1558/sols.33634 Gender Studies Linguistics
Lack of effects of gender on the reading rate of long texts Łukasz Stolarski Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 3-4 (2018) Nov 5, 2018 10.1558/sols.32924 Gender Studies Linguistics
Residents’ perceptions on Sepitori, a mixed language spoken in greater Pretoria, South Africa Pedro Álvarez-Mosquera, Elirea Bornman, Thabo Ditsele Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 3-4 (2018) Nov 5, 2018 10.1558/sols.33643 Gender Studies Linguistics
‘We don’t need another Afrikaans’: Adequation and distinction in South-African and Flemish language policies Jürgen Jaspers, Michael Meeuwis Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 3-4 (2018) Nov 5, 2018 10.1558/sols.32703 Gender Studies Linguistics
Analyzing the production of a non-standard form: Variable use of preterit andar in bogotano Spanish Maritza Nemogá, Matthew Kanwit Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 3-4 (2018) Nov 5, 2018 10.1558/sols.33154 Gender Studies Linguistics
Caribeño or mexicano, profesionista or albañil? Mexican listeners’ evaluations of /s/ aspiration and maintenance in Mexican and Puerto Rican voices Whitney Chappell Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 3-4 (2018) Nov 5, 2018 10.1558/sols.34154 Gender Studies Linguistics
Stylistic variation in /r/: Shifting personas on a bridal reality television show Maeve Eberhardt Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 3-4 (2018) Nov 5, 2018 10.1558/sols.33923 Gender Studies Linguistics
Ein Mischmasch aus Deutsch und Französisch: Ideological tensions in young people’s discursive constructions of Luxembourgish John Bellamy, Kristine Horner Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 3-4 (2018) Nov 5, 2018 10.1558/sols.34809 Gender Studies Linguistics
Darija in the Moroccan press: The case of the magazine Nichane Jan Hoogland Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 2 (2018) Special Issue: Arabic between tradition and globalization Jul 15, 2018 10.1558/sols.35567 Gender Studies Linguistics
The stance of the Academy of the Kingdom of Morocco towards the sociolinguistic context of the country following the 2011 Constitution Laura Gago Gómez Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 2 (2018) Special Issue: Arabic between tradition and globalization Jul 15, 2018 10.1558/sols.35576 Gender Studies Linguistics
Globalization in the periphery: Arabization and the changing status of Siwi Berber in the oasis of Siwa Valentina Serreli Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 2 (2018) Special Issue: Arabic between tradition and globalization Jul 15, 2018 10.1558/sols.35565 Gender Studies Linguistics
Juba Arabic (Arabi Juba): A ‘less indigenous’ language of South Sudan Stefano Manfredi, Mauro Tosco Sociolinguistic Studies Vol 12 No. 2 (2018) Special Issue: Arabic between tradition and globalization Jul 15, 2018 10.1558/sols.35596 Gender Studies Linguistics