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https://linglabpodcast.wordpress.com
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🇬🇧 English
last modified
2018-11-15 17:48
last episode published
2016-06-08 16:27
publication frequency
61.42 days
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Number of Episodes
6
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
8.06.2016

“A Lee Chip”

https://ncsu.edu/linguistics/docs/audio/linglab_episode7.mp3 On this episode of Linglab we talk to Caroline Myrick, a Sociology and Sociolinguistics doctoral student at N.C. State, about her work compiling a dictionary on Saban English, a variety of En...
13.04.2016

The Politics of Accessibility

https://ncsu.edu/linguistics/docs/audio/linglab_episode6.mp3 On this episode of Linglab, we’re doing something a little different. Usually I look at other people’s work in linguistics and talk about their larger implications. But this time, we’re going...
22.02.2016

“It Won’t Cost Much. Just Your Voice!”

Episode 5: “It Won’t Cost Much. Just Your Voice!” https://ncsu.edu/linguistics/docs/audio/linglab_episode5.mp3 There’s this scene in The Little Mermaid. Ariel is considering a deal with Ursula, the sea witch. Ursula is agreeing to give her legs so she ...
9.02.2016

Would You Like Fry With That?

  On this episode of Linglab we talk to Amy Hemmeter, a Masters student in Linguistics at N.C. State University, about her research on social perceptions of vocal fry. Vocal fry, like uptalk and quotative like, has been receiving a lot of pushback in t...
6.08.2015

What’s in a Name?

Episode 2: What’s in a Name? On this episode of Linglab we talk to Caroline Myrick, a doctoral student and linguistic student at N.C. State about her work with Saban English, a variety of English spoken on the small Dutch island of Saba. We also discus...
6.08.2015

A Technical Glitch is Still a Social Violation

We talk to Joel Schneier, a graduate of our linguistic program and current doctoral student, about his work in text messaging as well as text messaging’s undeserved label as the destroyer of language and what linguists really think is going on with thi...