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Chloé Diskin-Holdaway
Chloé Diskin-Holdaway
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The use of the discourse-pragmatic marker ‘like’by native and non-native speakers of English in Ireland
C Diskin
Journal of Pragmatics 120, 144-157, 2017
492017
Language, Identity and Migration. Voices from Transnational Speakers and Communities
V Regan, C Diskin, J Martyn
Peter Lang, 2016
152016
Integration and identity: Acquisition of Irish English by Polish and Chinese migrants in Dublin, Ireland
C Diskin
Newcastle Working Papers in Linguistics 19 (1), 67-89, 2013
152013
Migratory experience and second language acquisition among Polish and Chinese migrants in Dublin, Ireland
C Diskin, V Regan
Cultural Migrants and Optimal Language Acquisition. Clevedon: Multilingual …, 2015
112015
Going global and sounding local: Quotative variation and change in L1 and L2 speakers of Irish (Dublin) English
C Diskin, S Levey
English World-Wide 40 (1), 53-78, 2019
102019
The attitudes of recently‐arrived Polish migrants to Irish English
C DISKIN, V REGAN
World Englishes 36 (2), 191-207, 2017
82017
'Northmen, Southmen, comrades all'? The adoption of discourse like by migrants North and South of the Irish border
K Corrigan, C Diskin
Language in Society, 2019
62019
New speakers in the Irish context: Heritage language maintenance among multilingual migrants in Dublin, Ireland
C Diskin
Frontiers in Education 4, 163, 2020
52020
The /el/-/æl/ merger in Australian English: Acoustic and articulatory insights
C Diskin, D Loakes, R Billington, H Stoakes, S González, S Kirkham
Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences …, 2019
42019
Standard Language Ideologies in Multicultural Ireland: A Case Study of Polish and Chinese Migrants in Dublin
C Diskin
Language, Identity and Migration. Voices from Transnational Speakers and …, 2016
42016
You know and like among migrants in Ireland and Australia
C Diskin‐Holdaway
World Englishes 40 (4), 562-577, 2021
22021
Attitudes towards Indian English among young urban professionals in Hyderabad, India
O Maxwell, C Diskin‐Holdaway, D Loakes
World Englishes, 2021
22021
Varietal differences in categorisation of /ɪ e ae/: A case study of Irish and Australian English listeners in Melbourne
C Diskin, D Loakes, J Clothier
Proceedings of the Seventeenth Australasian International Conference on …, 2018
22018
Willingness to communicate and second language fluency: Korean-speaking short-term sojourners in Australia
J Kim, H Zhao, C Diskin-Holdaway
Languages 7 (2), 112, 2022
12022
AusKidTalk: An Auditory-Visual Corpus of 3-to 12-year-old Australian Children’s Speech
B Ahmed, KJ Ballard, D Burnham, T Sirojan, H Mehmood, D Estival, ...
ISCA, 2021
12021
A sociophonetic analysis of vowels produced by female Irish migrants: Investigating second dialect contact in Melbourne
C Diskin, D Loakes, J Clothier, B Volchok
Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences …, 2019
12019
LANGUAGE AS SYMBOLIC POWER
L Davidson, C Elder, J Fan, K Frost, B Kelly, T McNamara, J Morton, ...
Applied Linguistics, 2021
2021
New insights into/el/-/æl/merging in Australian English
P Schmidt, C Diskin-Holdaway, D Loakes
Australian Journal of Linguistics 41 (1), 66-95, 2021
2021
Vi snakker sådan: An analysis of the Danish discourse-pragmatic marker sådan
C Schoning, J Helder, C Diskin-Holdaway
Nordic Journal of Linguistics, 1-37, 2021
2021
Attitudes to English in contemporary Malaysia
JC Ng, C Diskin‐Holdaway
World Englishes, 2021
2021
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