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Publications

2019

LINK | 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.

LINK | Young, N. (2019). 'Benim' är vårt nya 'jag' ['Benim' is our new 'I']. Språktidningen 8/2019, 50–57.

LINK | abridged version reprinted in Fokus 48, 44–45.

2018

LINK | 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 |  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 |  '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.

2017

LINK | Young, N. (2017). Accounting for directional prefixes on motion verbs in Kudar Ossetic. Unpublished Paper.

 

2014

LINK | Young, N. (2014). Suburban Swedish maturing – Examining variation and perceptions among adult speakers of Swedish contemporary urban vernacular (Master’s thesis). Department of Linguistics, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden.

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Conferences

2018

LINK | Young, N. Introducing NordAS: Automatic Segmentation of Nordic Languages, presented at Phonology in the Nordic Countries, Lund, Sweden, Feb 9-10.

LINK | Young, N. (2017). “Copycats dom shouf" [Copycats they watching] Comparing MAT/PAT replications in Danish and Swedish multiethnolects, presented at Language, Place and Periphery, Copenhagen, Denmark, Jan 18-19.

 

2017

LINK | Young, N. (2017). “Boy vi alltid hundra” [Boy we keep it 100] – Comparing MAT and PAT replications in Danish and Swedish multiethnolects, presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 46, Madison, USA, Nov 2-5.

 

LINK | Young, N. & McGarrah, M. (2017). Introducing NordFA: Forced Alignment of Nordic Languages, presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 46, Madison, USA, Nov 2-5.

 

2016

Young, N. (2016). The social meaning of rhythm in Stockholm’s vernacular – Vowel durational contrast in adjacent syllables is a stratified indexical feature, presented at Higher Seminars in Bilingualism, Stockholm University, Sweden, Sep 6.

 

Young, N. (2016). Talrytmens sociala betydelse i dagens stockholmsspråk - Vokaldura- tionskontrast som ett etnifierat och affektivt indexikalt drag [The social meaning of speech rhythm in today’s Stockholm speech – Vowel durational contrast as an ethnicized and affective indexical feature], presented at Svenskans beskriving 35, Gothenburg, Sweden, May 11-13.

 

2015

Young, N. (2015). The social meaning of rhythm in Stockholm Swedish: Durational con- trast in vowels is an ethnicized and affective indexical feature, presented at the Linguistics Postgraduate Research Afternoon, Queen Mary, University of London, UK, Dec 16.

 

Young, N. (2015). The social meaning of rhythm in Stockholm Swedish: Durational con- trast in vowels is an ethnicized and affective indexical feature, presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 44, University of Toronto, Canada, Oct 22-25.

 

Young, N. (2015). ‘Rough’ and ‘posh’, ‘blatte’ and ‘östermalmare’: Indexical phonology in multiethnic Stockholm, presented at The International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE) 8, Leipzig University, Germany, May 27-29.

 

2014

Young, N. (2014). Suburban Swedish maturing – Examining variation and perceptions among adult speakers of Swedish contemporary urban vernacular, presented at Bias in Auditory Perception, Aarhus University, Denmark, Sep 18-20.

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