ICLAVE|10: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE VARIATION IN EUROPE
PROGRAM

Days: Wednesday, June 26th Thursday, June 27th Friday, June 28th

Wednesday, June 26th

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10:20-10:45Coffee Break
10:45-12:25 Session 2A: Language Contact and Change
Location: Brussels
10:45
Obersaxen – A Highest-Alemannic Sprachinsel. Linguistic change as a consequence of dialect contact (abstract)
11:10
The social meaning of contact features in ‘new speakers’ of Basque (abstract)
11:35
Old and new forms of like in Cardiff - A Tale of two Valleys (abstract)
12:00
Variation within Frisian class II verbs: class-overriding productive past tense forms of the second person singular (abstract)
10:45-12:25 Session 2B: Interaction
Chair:
Location: London
10:45
We are not listening to ourselves: Modelling listener responses as a discourse-organisational variable (abstract)
11:10
Gendered word-search strategies in Glasgow (abstract)
11:35
Language and gesture in narrating migration: proposal for a multimodal corpus (abstract)
12:00
Articulatory variation in Icelandic: voiced fricatives and approximants accross registers (abstract)
10:45-12:25 Session 2C: Panel Coherence
Location: Madrid
10:45
Coherence: Outcome or cause of language change? (abstract)
11:10
Not anything goes: On coherence in language and the penalty for being incoherent (abstract)
11:35
Modelling lectal coherence: The case of Swabian German (abstract)
12:00
Language change in real-time: Life span coherence in individual repertoires. Results from a panel study in Ulrichsberg / Austria (abstract)
10:45-12:25 Session 2D: Panel Dialectometry
Location: Moscow
10:45
Dialect classifications in Europe revisited (abstract)
11:10
Catalan Classification Revisited (abstract)
11:35
Classification of Friulian dialects (abstract)
12:00
Classifications of Basque dialects (abstract)
10:45-12:25 Session 2E: Panel Minority
Chair:
Location: Paris
10:45
European minority and diaspora languages (abstract)
11:10
Contact and linguistic change in American and Israeli ultra-Orthodox Yiddish (abstract)
11:35
Evaluating linguistic variation in conditions of sparse data: Sorbian (abstract)
12:00
Aymara and Quechua grammatical mood in Castellano Andino (abstract)
10:45-12:25 Session 2F: Panel Social Media
Location: New York 3
10:45
SoMe in Dialect Heaven: Norms and social meanings of Norwegian dialects online (abstract)
11:10
“I'll give them some peasanty swearing!”: Dialect and language ideologies in Greek Cypriot social media. (abstract)
11:35
Italo-Romance dialects online: functions and features of Piedmontese in social media dialogues (abstract)
12:00
Flemish online teenage talk: oral and digital vernacular and their social correlates (abstract)
12:25-13:30Lunch Break
13:30-15:10 Session 3A: Syntactic Variation
Location: Brussels
13:30
On the acceptance of grammatical cases of doubt in German (abstract)
13:55
Embedded V2 in Faroese and Mainland Scandinavian: results from a production study (abstract)
14:20
Dynamics of Gender Marking in Dutch and North-Brabantish (abstract)
14:45
Variation in Germanic gender systems (abstract)
13:30-15:10 Session 3B: Sociophonetics
Location: London
13:30
The role of ethnolects in variation and change: Vowels in Sydney English (abstract)
13:55
The effect of language contact and gender on the vowel system of Mišótika Cappadocian (abstract)
14:20
Leading with style: the real time incrementation of different types of sound change (abstract)
14:45
Rhotics degemination in Roman Italian: between production and perception (abstract)
13:30-15:10 Session 3C: Panel Coherence
Location: Madrid
13:30
Co-occurrence of neo-standard features in spoken Italian: a corpus-based study (abstract)
13:55
Coherence in ongoing varieties. The effect of mesosocial and small-scale variables on the use of the intermediate (standard/vernacular) variety in southern Spain. (abstract)
14:20
Variation and change in Afrikaans dialects (abstract)
14:45
Indexicality and Cohesion (abstract)
13:30-15:10 Session 3D: Panel Dialectometry
Location: Moscow
13:30
Development of Lithuanian dialectal classification across centuries (abstract)
13:55
Dialect classification of Slovene – history and perspectives (abstract)
14:20
Identification of lexical areas templates throughout the Occitan domain.docx (abstract)
14:45
Internal and external language borders in the Galician domain (abstract)
13:30-15:10 Session 3E: Panel Minority
Chair:
Location: Paris
13:30
Spanish and Nahuatl in Contact: variation in language proficiency, use and typological change (abstract)
13:55
Innovations in Brazil in the Pommeranian to-infinitive Accommodation to Portuguese or intradialectal convergence? (abstract)
14:20
Language variation and the Wymysiöryś ethnolinguistic identity (abstract)
14:45
The complexification of endangered minority languages in situations of contact: Wymysiörys (abstract)
13:30-15:10 Session 3F: Panel Social Media
Location: New York 3
13:30
The normality of online vernacular writing – examples from a Norwegian context (abstract)
13:55
Dialect in the media – mediatization and processes of standardization (abstract)
14:20
Non-standard spelling in WhatsApp-chats – Local functions and accommodation (abstract)
14:45
Methodological challenges of dialectal data extraction through the net. Two case studies from Greece (abstract)
15:10-15:45Coffee Break
15:45-17:25 Session 4A: Perception
Location: Brussels
15:45
Accent Bias and Perceptions of Professional Competence in the UK (abstract)
16:10
Correspondences between vowel phoneme boundary locations in production and perception in dialects of North-East England (abstract)
15:45-17:25 Session 4B: Computational Sociolinguistics
Location: London
15:45
Grammar and Sociopragmatics of Unofficial Dialectal Names in Rural Communicative Networks (abstract)
16:10
Hella amazingly talented and hella gonna be spreading even more! Regional and linguistic properties of hella in US tweets: the 2018 state-of-the-art (abstract)
16:35
Investigating morphological variation on Twitter: Feminine possessive complements of locative adverbial constructions in Peninsular Spanish varieties (abstract)
17:00
needs+PAST PARTICIPLE in regional Englishes on Twitter (abstract)
15:45-17:25 Session 4C: Panel Coherence
Location: Madrid
15:45
Two processes of word-final n-deletion in Central Franconian dialects, their distribution, their conditioning and what keeps them together, underground and at the surface (abstract)
16:10
Discussion (abstract)
16:35
Multiple Factorial Analysis of hierarchical structures among the variants of four lexical sets in the DECTE corpus. (abstract)
15:45-17:25 Session 4D: Panel Dialectometry
Location: Moscow
15:45
Latvian dialects and their classification (abstract)
16:10
On the classification of Portuguese dialects (abstract)
16:35
Review of the dialectal classifications in Europe (abstract)
17:00
Discussion (abstract)
15:45-17:25 Session 4E: Panel Minority
Chair:
Location: Paris
15:45
The socio-linguistic history of Zeelandic-Flemish in Brazil: A case of language decay (abstract)
16:10
Language use and variation within the Greek linguistic minorities of Southern Italy (abstract)
15:45-17:25 Session 4F: Panel Social Media
Chairs:
Location: New York 3
15:45
Evolution of Frisian bilingual teenagers' language use on social media (abstract)
16:10
Dialect use in German WhatsApp chats: from indexing regional identity to (self)stigmatization (abstract)
16:35
The use of Limburgish (the Netherlands) on social media, and its role in local identity construction (abstract)
17:00
Discussion (abstract)
Thursday, June 27th

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09:50-10:15Coffee Break
10:15-12:20 Session 6A: Attitudes and Social Meaning
Chair:
Location: Brussels
10:15
Language variation and attitudes in Ningbo, China (abstract)
10:40
Language attitudes in center and periphery: Investigating the varying influence of urban centers on rural areas (abstract)
11:05
Is Italian restandardizing abroad too? Evidence from language attitudes (abstract)
11:30
Oh wow, you sound so big! A bigger data perspective on the correlation between accent evaluation and physical appearance. (abstract)
11:55
An acquisitional perspective on the social meaning of borrowing (abstract)
10:15-12:20 Session 6B: Computational Sociolinguistics
Chair:
Location: London
10:15
Big data for a small language: Mapping variation in Welsh on social media (abstract)
10:40
Digital regiolects: Tracing regional variation of German in social media communication (abstract)
11:05
Smartphone Sociolinguistics in Minority Language Areas: ‘Stimmen’ (abstract)
11:30
Using Social Media to Uncover the Social Meaning of Variation (abstract)
11:55
On the perception of Hate Speech in Germany and Denmark (abstract)
10:15-12:20 Session 6C: Syntactic Variation
Location: Madrid
10:15
Variation within South Schleswig Danish: a dialectological approach to a contact variety (abstract)
10:40
Widening the envelope of variation: Stative HAVE (GOT), negation and contraction (abstract)
11:05
“Just google up the answer”: Patterns of variation in particle placement in Ontario, Canada (abstract)
11:30
Case in Upper German dialects: Evicence from a corpus-based analysis (abstract)
11:55
Variation in the R-word ER in quantitative constructions in regional Dutch (abstract)
10:15-12:20 Session 6D: Panel Phonemic Splits
Location: Moscow
10:15
Perspectives in phonemic splits in English (abstract)
10:40
The FOOT-STRUT Split outside England (abstract)
11:05
The FOOT-STRUT split in the East Midlands (abstract)
11:30
THE FOOT/STRUT SPLIT IN THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM: AN ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS (abstract)
11:55
To split or not to split? Evidence from Northern British English speakers’ production and perception of the FOOT-STRUT contrast (abstract)
10:15-12:20 Session 6E: Language Contact
Chair:
Location: New York 3
10:15
The expletive use of the marker -(a)la in Souletin Basque: a contact-based explanation (abstract)
10:40
On the different ways of being a bi-dialectal immigrant. From speech isolation through code-switching to full integration. The case of Argentineans in Malaga (Spain) (abstract)
11:05
The use of personal pronouns in Cité Duits, a moribund Dutch-German-Limburgian contact variety (abstract)
10:15-12:20 Session 6F: Historical Sociolinguistics
Chair:
Location: Paris
10:15
The Northern Subject Rule: variation, stability and change from Middle English to modern dialects (abstract)
10:40
The remarkable career of a lost feature. How the adnominal genitive in German became a marker of written language (abstract)
11:05
Language change from above and language history from below: relative clauses in Basque (abstract)
11:30
Smyrniot Greek: the fate of a cosmopolitan variety (abstract)
11:55
Loanword/Native word Variation in Old and Middle Icelandic (abstract)
12:20-14:00Lunch Break
12:20-14:00 Session 7: Posters Presentations
Location: Central Hall
12:20
“Language is flexible but people are not”: Availability and innovation of gender non-binary language in Polish and English, and cultural attitudes regarding this (abstract)
12:20
Establishing identity from language: sociolinguistic variation among the Slovak community in Edinburgh, Scotland (abstract)
12:20
Schnëssen-App - Corpus building with a smartphone application (abstract)
12:20
Smartphone application Kielimestari as a way to increase minority language awareness (abstract)
12:20
“I'm dead posh in school”: Attitudes and Linguistic Behaviour of Adolescents in Merseyside Schools (abstract)
12:20
VOWEL PERCEPTION AND ALLOPHONIC VARIATION IN THE CONTEMPORARY BALTIC LANGUAGES (abstract)
12:20
Neighbourhood proximity and the organisation of words in the brain (abstract)
12:20
MODERN GEOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH IN LITHUANIA AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 21ST CENTURY (abstract)
12:20
How can we determine at what level of abstraction lectal predictors operate? A case study of the alternation(s) between the Dutch direct and prepositional object (abstract)
12:20
Málráð okkara, meinar tú tað? (Our Language council, are you being serious?) Online debates on the spelling of loanwords in Faroese. (abstract)
12:20
Cluster Analysis of German Base Dialects using an Ontology-based Approach (abstract)
12:20
Morpho-syntax of the Regional Languages of German. Survey Methods and Techniques (abstract)
12:20
Gay Frysk: Expressing LGBT identity in a minority language (abstract)
12:20
How Language Technology Meets the World's Linguistic Diversity in Smartphone Keyboard Applications (abstract)
12:20
Change of multilingualism: language situations of 20th Century Yiddish Speakers (abstract)
14:00-15:40 Session 8A: Language Contact
Chair:
Location: Brussels
14:00
Variation between closely related languages: Finnish-Karelian language contact (abstract)
14:25
Shifting borders, shifting languages: Investigating the commemorative cityscape at the Polish-German border (abstract)
14:50
Dialect contact and vernacular formation among Greek-Canadians. (abstract)
15:15
What drives the choice between pre- and postverbal negation? A case of South Estonian Seto (abstract)
14:00-15:40 Session 8B: Acquisition of Variation
Location: London
14:00
From adaptation to acquisition: an experimental investigation of sociophonetic accommodation to on-going sound change (abstract)
14:25
On the importance of distinguishing three types of intra-speaker variation: Probabilistic conceptualization, underspecified form-meaning mappings and true speech errors (abstract)
14:50
Sociocognitive salience and L2 acquisition of structured variation: Evidence from quotative be like (abstract)
14:00-15:40 Session 8C: New Methods
Location: Madrid
14:00
Mogst a weng a Schnitzala? A psycholinguistic approach to modality in the Bavarian nominal domain (abstract)
14:25
The dictionary of the Southern Dutch Dialects (DSDD): designing a virtual research environment for digital lexicographical research (abstract)
14:50
Mapping and Analyzing West-Germanic Varieties in the REDE SprachGIS (abstract)
15:15
From 'wounds' to 'lacerations': variation in Flemish legal documents (abstract)
14:00-15:40 Session 8D: Panel Phonemic Splits
Location: Moscow
14:00
A difference without a distinction? How speakers split word classes without acquiring new categories (abstract)
14:25
Crowdsourcing variation and change of FOOT / STRUT and TRAP / BATH across England (abstract)
14:50
The BATH TRAP split in the West Midlands a real time investigation (abstract)
15:15
Lexical set membership in contact varieties of English: the re-organisation of BATH and TRAP in Indian English (abstract)
14:00-15:40 Session 8E: Panel Online Practices
Location: New York 3
14:00
Migration and Multilingualism in computer-mediated communication: practices of language choice and code-switching (abstract)
14:25
Language use within the online space of Russian-speaking migrants in London (abstract)
14:50
Practical aspects of living in ‘paradise’: Russian-speaking online community in Dahab, Egypt (abstract)
15:15
On Facebook in Finland: the cultural language of Russian speakers online (abstract)
14:00-15:40 Session 8F: Historical Change
Chair:
Location: Paris
14:00
I think (that) social mobility matters: Variable complementizers in the individual and the community (abstract)
14:25
Ecological conditions for new dialect formation in Northern Scandinavia (abstract)
14:50
Rediscovering not-so-bad data: a language contact perspective on Wenker’s Danish material (abstract)
15:15
Analyzing twelve centuries of variation in Dutch preterite and past participle morphology (abstract)
15:40-16:15Coffee Break
16:15-17:30 Session 9A: Saliency and Priming
Chair:
Location: Brussels
16:15
The role of sociolinguistic salience in speech production and perception (abstract)
16:40
The salience and interactional acceptability of /o͡a/ and /o͡u/ in German dialects (abstract)
17:05
Bilingual interconnections: Priming as a measure of strength of associations (abstract)
16:15-17:30 Session 9B: Acquisition of Variation
Location: London
16:15
The idiosyncrasy of filled pauses in L2 English in the context of phonetic convergence (abstract)
16:40
Is there an interlanguage speech acceptability deficit? The case of European speakers of English (abstract)
17:05
Second language users‘ perceptions of dialect-standard variation in Austria – the acquisition of variation between the conflicting priorities of intelligibility and social engagement (abstract)
16:15-17:30 Session 9C: Dialectometry
Location: Madrid
16:15
Dialect maps with meaning: Explaining semantic patterns with dialectometric geo-analyses (abstract)
16:40
Using character n-grams in dialectology: a quantitative investigation of North Frisian dialects (abstract)
17:05
Classifications of Dutch and Frisian Dialects using the Concise Linguistic Atlas of Dutch (abstract)
16:15-17:30 Session 9E: Panel Online Practices
Location: New York 3
16:15
Language attitudes on Udmurt social media (abstract)
16:40
Discussion (abstract)
17:05
Variational dimensions of online comments: exploring a new register (abstract)
16:15-17:30 Session 9F: Ideology
Location: Paris
16:15
From the German Volk to New Germans: Changing Ideologies of National Belonging (abstract)
16:40
The poetic utilization of dialectic varieties of the Afrikaans language for strategic purposes in the Southern African context (abstract)
17:05
Lexical Insights into Ideological Change: Indexing Contrasting Identities through a Shared Lexical Repertoire (abstract)
17:30-18:20 Session 10: Plenary Session III
Location: New York
17:30
Leaders of language change: micro and macro perspectives (abstract)
Friday, June 28th

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09:00-09:50 Session 11: Plenary Session IV
Location: New York
09:00
The moving target of language variation (abstract)
09:50-10:15Coffee Break
10:15-12:20 Session 12A: Acquisition
Chair:
Location: Brussels
10:15
Norwegian linguistic profiles at the crossroads of oracy and literacy (abstract)
10:40
Language shift in Norwegian schools (abstract)
11:05
Acquiring sociolinguistic competence: Austrian children and their standard-dialect repertoires (abstract)
11:30
Finish your plate and clean up your language! A mixed-methods approach to standard and vernacular forms in child-directed control acts (abstract)
10:15-12:20 Session 12B: Dialect Levelling
Chair:
Location: London
10:15
(t,d) Deletion and the Unsolved Problem of Morphological Effect in British English (abstract)
10:40
SOCIOLINGUISTIC VARIATION IN THE BASQUE DIALECT OF GARAZI VALLEY: PRELIMINARY DATA AND RESULTS (abstract)
11:05
Under Pressure: East Anglian English (abstract)
11:30
Variation and change in four vowels of Achterhoeks (abstract)
11:55
“The Cardiff accent will be gone … we’ll all sound the same”: dialect levelling in Cardiff English (abstract)
10:15-12:20 Session 12C: Syntactic Variation
Location: Madrid
10:15
A Sociolinguistic Study of Pronominal Expression in Mainland Colombian Spanish (abstract)
10:40
Genitive attributes and the von-construction in German: unravelling the threads (abstract)
11:05
The Loss of the Preterite in Luxembourgish (abstract)
11:30
The influence of social constraints on syntactic variation: Global and local patterns in the English dative alternation (abstract)
11:55
Apparent time and real time variation in the Frisian verbal complex (abstract)
10:15-12:20 Session 12D: Sociophonetics
Location: Moscow
10:15
Towards a dialectology of tone in South Jutland (abstract)
10:40
‘Staccato’ rhythm is a marker in Stockholm (abstract)
11:05
Voicing and vowel quality in the German (multi-)ethnolect (abstract)
11:30
Analyzing vowel variation of Dutch accents with Visible Vowels (abstract)
10:15-12:20 Session 12E: Panel Distributional Semantics
Location: New York 3
10:15
Enriching variationist analysis with distributional semantics methods (abstract)
10:40
Distributional models and semantic variation across genres (abstract)
11:05
From the Cookbook of Corpus-Based Lexical Lectometry: A Taste of Chinese (abstract)
11:30
What are word embeddings hiding up their sleeves? (abstract)
11:55
Getting a big data based grip on language ideology change in the Low Countries: Distributional semantics meets attitude research (abstract)
10:15-12:20 Session 12F: Panel Frequency
Location: Paris
10:15
Frequency-grammar interaction in 100 year change of -<en> in bilingual context (abstract)
10:40
Variation and the Lexicon (abstract)
11:05
Do grammar and lexical frequencies meet? (abstract)
11:30
Three reduplication processes in English: A Construction Morphology approach to productivity (abstract)
11:55
Discussion (abstract)
12:20-14:00Lunch Break
12:20-14:00 Session 13: Posters Presentations
Location: Central Hall
12:20
Microvariation in stop realization as a consistent regional feature of Danish (abstract)
12:20
“Man said ‘one two five’”: Stance, Style & Pronominal Variation in London Adolescent Speech (abstract)
12:20
Let's ask the people: Folk perceptions of foreig-accented Icelandic (abstract)
12:20
Stereotypes, language and society: different prejudices about four accents of Italian and possible changes over time (abstract)
12:20
Diatopic variation of polar questions in two areas of the Italian peninsula (abstract)
12:20
Language attitudes toward Swiss regional French accents and varieties (abstract)
12:20
LANGUAGE VARIATION IN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STUDENTS: A REAL TIME STUDY (abstract)
12:20
dat de vogel aan kwam vliegen / dat de vogel kwam aangevlogen: Functional and Variative Dimensions of Dutch komen ‘come’ + Motion Verb (abstract)
12:20
Presenting the Nordic Word Order Database (abstract)
12:20
Wagwan, fam?!: Lectal focusing in grime music (abstract)
12:20
Morphological variation, standardization and language change – The case of Luxembourgish (abstract)
12:20
Linguistic features across political borders: the case of Basque dialects in France and Spain (abstract)
12:20
Auxiliary Selection in Yiddish Dialects (abstract)
12:20
Large-scale corpus-based analysis of regional varieties of Danish (abstract)
12:20
ZIta: a corpus of dental affricates variation in spoken Italian (abstract)
14:00-15:40 Session 14A: Lexical Change
Location: Brussels
14:00
Changes in the Historical Lexicon of Bernese Swiss German (abstract)
14:25
A New Perspective on Subject Pronoun Expression: The Effects of Lexical Idiosyncrasy (abstract)
14:50
Lexis-oriented sociolinguistics: Methodological, theoretical, and analytical foundations (abstract)
15:15
It’s all English to me: Examining attitudes towards verb conversions in British and Australian English (abstract)
14:00-15:40 Session 14B: Standard Language
Location: London
14:00
Comparing standard language change dynamics in Flanders and Italy: style-shifting in Flemish and Italian commercials (abstract)
14:25
Ex situ focusing in the Cypriot Greek koine: on non-convergence to the syntax of the standard variety (abstract)
14:50
Destandardisation in a standardising context? Reflexively used pronouns in Danish (abstract)
15:15
Competing norms of Standard pronunciation: Evidence from -ig-variation in Austria (abstract)
14:00-15:40 Session 14C: Urban Vernaculars
Location: Madrid
14:00
Benim: A new first-person pronoun in vernacular Swedish (abstract)
14:25
Multiethnolects as contact languages (abstract)
14:50
How pre-adolescents use ethnolectal features in urban areas: A case study of German-speaking Switzerland (abstract)
15:15
Phonetic features of (multi-)ethnic urban vernaculars in German-speaking Switzerland (abstract)
14:00-15:40 Session 14D: Sociophonetics
Chair:
Location: Moscow
14:00
A Phonetic analysis of the which~witch merger in Edinburgh, Scotland (abstract)
14:25
Variation, change, and the historical phonology of North Germanic preaspiration (abstract)
14:50
Fundamental Frequency Range in Welsh-English bilingual speech: An investigation of cross-linguistic differences and sociolinguistic variation (abstract)
14:00-15:40 Session 14E: Panel Distributional Semantics
Location: New York 3
14:00
Token-based distributional models and lexical lectometry (abstract)
14:25
Synopsis and discussion (abstract)
14:00-15:40 Session 14F: Panel Frequency
Location: Paris
14:00
Speech perception through a phonological filter: neurophysiological evidence (abstract)
14:25
Lexical storage of reduced word pronunciation variants: evidence from frequency effects (abstract)
14:50
Type frequency and morphological neighbourhood determine competitiveness (abstract)
15:15
Discussion (abstract)
15:40-16:15Coffee Break
16:15-17:30 Session 15B: Adolescents
Chair:
Location: London
16:15
BATH and TRAP Variation amongst Early Adolescents in West Cornwall (abstract)
16:40
“Your muscles are [weːkɪn] like harder”: Stylistic variation and identity shifts in a Scouse secondary school classroom (abstract)
17:05
Links between Dutch Youths’ Social Media Use and Their School Writings: Zooming in on Non-Standard Orthographic Variation (abstract)
16:15-17:30 Session 15C: Lifespan Change
Chair:
Location: Madrid
16:15
Linguistic malleability after university: Investigating the effect of post-university trajectories on linguistic practices (abstract)
16:40
Lifespan developments in spoken and written data: A case study of Margaret Atwood’s restrictive subject relativizers (abstract)
17:05
Six informants recorded in 1967, 1996 and 2018: Different factors influencing individual language variation, change and stability (abstract)
16:15-17:30 Session 15D: Crowd Sourcing
Chair:
Location: Moscow
16:15
Sociopragmatic factors in gender assignment in reference to female persons in Luxembourgish (abstract)
16:40
Regional Distribution of Contemporary Lithuanian Dialects (abstract)
16:15-17:30 Session 15E: Language Contact
Location: New York 3
16:15
Null subjects in language contact: a case study from the German-Italian language border (abstract)
16:40
Language Variation and Language Contact – Analyses on PUT verbs in Austria (abstract)
17:05
Do the contact languages influence the distribution of prepositions in Estonian dialects? (abstract)