Publications

 
 
 
peer-
reviewed

2022

IN PRESS  |  Sharma, D. & Young, N.J. (in press). Snapshots in time: Coding social factors in changing communities. In Malcah Yaeger-Dror, Christopher Cieri and Katie Drager (Eds.) Dimensions of Linguistic Variation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

LINK  |  Young, N.J., Britain, D. & Leemann, A. (2022). A blueprint for using deepfakes in sociolinguistic matched-guise experiments. Proceedings of INTERSPEECH 2022, Incheon, Korea, 5268–5272.

2021

LINK  |  Young, N.J. & McGarrah, M. (2021). FAVE-Align for Nordic languages – Rapidly constructing a high-quality prototype for Swedish. Nordic Journal of Linguistics, 1–27.

LINK  |  Young, N.J. (2021). The sociolectal and stylistic variability of rhythm in Stockholm. Language & Speech (ETAP4 Special Issue on Sociolinguistic Variation in Prosody), 1–37.

LINK  |  Young, N.J. (2021). ‘Benim’ – A new pronoun in Swedish. In H. Van de Velde, N. Haug Hilton, & Knooihuizen (Eds.), Studies in Language Variation: Selected Papers of ICLaVE10. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

 

2019

LINK  |  Young, N.J. (2019)Rhythm in Late-modern Stockholm – Social stratification and stylistic variation in the speech of men (doctoral dissertation). Department of Linguistics, Queen Mary, University of London.

2018

LINK  |  Young, N.J. (2018). Rhythm in Stockholm’s two working-class varieties: Separate models predict intervocalic durational contrast. Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2018, 448-452.

LINK  |  Young, N.J. (2018). Talrytmens sociala betydelse i det senmoderna Stockholm – Vokaldurationskontrast som ett indexikalt drag [The social meaning of rhythm in late-modern Stockholm – Vowel durational contrast as an indexical feature]. Nordand – Nordisk tidsskrift for andrespråksforskning 13(1), 41-63.

LINK  |  Young, N.J. (2018). Copycats, ja dom shouf' - Using hip hop to compare lexical replications in Danish and Swedish multiethnolects. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 24(2), 174-184.