Sam Kirkham
Sam Kirkham
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The acoustics of coronal stops in British Asian English
S Kirkham
Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1102-1105, 2011
462011
Intersectionality and the social meanings of variation: Class, ethnicity, and social practice
S Kirkham
Language in Society 44 (5), 629-652, 2015
432015
Constructing social meaning in political discourse: Phonetic variation and verb processes in Ed Miliband's speeches
S Kirkham, E Moore
Language in Society 45 (1), 87-111, 2016
382016
Personal style and epistemic stance in classroom discussion
S Kirkham
Language and Literature 20 (3), 201-217, 2011
362011
Ethnicity and phonetic variation in Sheffield English liquids
S Kirkham
Journal of the International Phonetic Association 47 (1), 17-35, 2017
292017
Ethnicity, social practice and phonetic variation in a Sheffield secondary school
S Kirkham
University of Sheffield, 2013
282013
Constructing multiculturalism at school: negotiating tensions in talk about ethnic diversity
S Kirkham
Discourse and Society 27 (4), 383-400, 2016
222016
Acoustic and articulatory variation in British Asian English liquids
S Kirkham, J Wormald
Proceedings of the XVIII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1-5, 2015
162015
An acoustic-articulatory study of bilingual vowel production: Advanced tongue root vowels in Twi and tense/lax vowels in Ghanaian English
S Kirkham, C Nance
Journal of Phonetics 62, 65-81, 2017
142017
Dialect variation in formant dynamics: The acoustics of lateral and vowel sequences in Manchester and Liverpool English
S Kirkham, C Nance, B Littlewood, K Lightfoot, E Groarke
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 145 (2), 784-794, 2019
112019
Intonational variation in Liverpool English
C Nance, S Kirkham, E Groarke
Proceedings of the XVIII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1-5, 2015
112015
Research, relationships and reflexivity: two case studies of language and identity
S Kirkham, A Mackey
Ethics in Applied Linguistics Research: Language Researcher Narratives, 103-120, 2016
72016
Adolescence
S Kirkham, E Moore
The handbook of language variation and change, 277-296, 2013
5*2013
Studying intonation in varieties of English: Gender and individual variation in Liverpool
C Nance, S Kirkham, E Groarke
Sociolinguistics in England, 275-295, 2018
42018
Acquiring allophonic structure and phonetic detail in a bilingual community: The production of laterals by Sylheti-English bilingual children
S Kirkham, KM McCarthy
International Journal of Bilingualism 25 (3), 531-547, 2021
32021
The /el-/l/ merger in Australian English: Acoustic and articulatory insights
C Diskin, D Loakes, R Billington, H Stoakes, S Gonzalez, S Kirkham
Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 2019
32019
A typology of laterals in twelve English dialects
S Kirkham, D Turton, A Leemann
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148 (1), EL72-EL76, 2020
22020
Intonational variation in the North-West of England: The origins of a rising contour in Liverpool
C Nance, S Kirkham, K Lightfoot, L Carroll
Language and Speech, 0023830920969735, 2020
12020
Dynamic acoustic-articulatory relations in back vowel fronting: Examining the effects of coda consonants in two dialects of British English
E Gorman, S Kirkham
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148 (2), 724-733, 2020
12020
The acoustics of three-way lateral and nasal palatalisation contrasts in Scottish Gaelic
C Nance, S Kirkham
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 147 (4), 2858-2872, 2020
12020
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