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presentations and publications
The following are papers and presentation materials about, or arising from, SLAAP. Scroll down for a working paper and a link to the SLAAP User Guide.
Kendall, Tyler (2013b). Data Preservation and Access. In Christine Mallinson, Becky Childs, Gerard Van Herk (Eds.), Data Collection in Sociolinguistics: Methods and Applications, 195-205. New York: Routledge.
Kendall, Tyler (2013a). Speech Rate, Pause, and Sociolinguistic Variation: Studies in Corpus Sociophonetics. Palgrave Macmillan.
Kendall, Tyler (2011). Corpora from a sociolinguistic perspective (Corpora sob uma perspectiva sociolinguística). In Stefan Th. Gries (Ed.), Corpus Studies: Future Directions, Special Issue of Revista Brasileira de Linguística Aplicada, 11.2, 361-389.
Kendall, Tyler and Gerard Van Herk (Eds.) (2011). Corpus Linguistics and Sociolinguistic Inquiry, Special Issue of Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 7.1.
Kendall, Tyler and Ann R. Bradlow (2011). Mobilizing Smaller Datasets for Large-Scale Phonetic Analysis: Web-Databases and Semi-Automatic Analyses. New Tools and Methods for Very-Large-Scale Phonetics Research. Philadephia, PA: University of Pennylvania. January 2011.
Kendall, Tyler (2010b). Considering the Storage, Management, and Processing of Spontaneous Speech Corpora: New Methods and New Findings. Special Panel: Production and Perception of Spontaneous Speech (organized by Ann Bradlow and Valerie Hazan). 2nd Pan American/Iberian Meeting on Acoustics/160th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA160): Cancun, Mexico. November 2010.
Kendall, Tyler (2010a). Developing Web Interfaces to Spoken Language Data Collections. Proceedings of the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science, 1.2. University of Chicago.
Kendall, Tyler (2009b). The Value of Relational Databases for Time-Aligned Annotation. American Association of Corpus Linguistics (AACL) 2009: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. October 2009.
Kendall, Tyler, Gerard Van Herk, and Joan Bresnan (2009). The Dative Alternation in African American English: Researching Syntactic Variation and Change in a Conglomerated Corpus. American Association of Corpus Linguistics (AACL) 2009: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. October 2009.
Kendall, Tyler (2009a). Speech Rate, Pause, and Linguistic Variation: An Examination Through the Sociolinguistic Archive and Analysis Project. Doctoral Dissertation. Duke University.
Kendall, Tyler (2008b). Identity, Performance, and Consciousness: The Use of Locally Salient Linguistic Forms in a Formerly Isolated Community. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 37: Houston, TX. November 2008.
Kendall, Tyler, Christine Mallinson, and Kaye Whitehead (2007). New Ways of Analyzing African American English: Examining the Speech of Adolescent Girls in Washington, DC. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 36: Pennsylvania, PA. October 2007.
Kendall, Tyler (2007a). Enhancing Sociolinguistic Data Collections: The North Carolina Sociolinguistic Archive and Analysis Project. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 13.2: 15-26. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania.
Kendall, Tyler (2006-2007). Advancing the Utility of the Transcript: A Computer-Enhanced Methodology, Linguistica Atlantica, 27-28: 51-55.
Kendall, Tyler (2006). The North Carolina Sociolinguistic Archive and Analysis Project: Empowering the Sociolinguistic Archive. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 35: Columbus, OH. November 2006. Poster.
Kendall, Tyler and Amanda French (2006). Digital Audio Archives, Computer-Enhanced Transcripts, and New Methods in Sociolinguistic Analysis, Digital Humanities (ALLC/ACH) 2006: Paris, France. July 2006.
Kendall, Tyler (2005). Advancing the Utility of the Transcript: A Computer-Enhanced Methodology, Twelfth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology: Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. August 2005.
French, Amanda (2005). North Carolina State University Libraries Report to the Digital Library Federation, April, 2005.
Kendall, Tyler (2007). Automatic Transcript Summarization and Keyword Generation for the North Carolina Sociolinguistic Archive and Analysis Project, NC SLAAP Working Papers, March 5th, 2007. PDF, 1.3mb, 13 pages.
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