Program

1. A provisional program
2. A List of the paper and poster presentations
3. A list of the workshops


A provisional program

( Last updated: 2017.06.08 )

Right now, we are preparing the conference program. For your information, a provisional program (as of 2017-05-10) is now ready--you can have a better idea of the program structure as well as other social events! We do have workshop as well as special sessions along with this program. We will update the program soon!

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A List of the paper and poster presentations

( Last updated: 2017.06.26 )

This list was created by order of the first author's last name.
[ Paper ]: Paper presentation
[ Poster ]: Poster presentation

  1. Asahi, Yoshiyuki : Picture brides and their Japanese dialects: Evidence from their life story interviews in Hawai'i. [ Paper ]
  2. Borlongan, Ariane : Recent diachronic change in the use of the Present Perfect and Past Tense in Philippine and Indian English. [ Paper ]
  3. Brissos, Fernando : Building an acoustic atlas from a traditional linguistic atlas: theoretical assumptions, challenges, procedures and results. [ Paper ]
  4. Burridge, James : What determines the geographical pattern of human dialects? [ Paper ]
  5. Carlino, Salvatore : The state of dialect usage and transmission in Iheya. [ Paper ]
  6. Chambers, Jack. Hall, Erin. Aksim, Mary : Dialect Asymmetries in Vowel Perception. [ Paper ]
  7. Childs, Claire : A new take on 'never': Tracking grammaticalisation in British English dialects. [ Paper ]
  8. Chong, Grace : Singapore Mandarin as a new dialect: the case of beneficiary usage of gen. [ Paper ]
  9. Ciszek-Kiliszewska, Ewa : Innovative Late Middle English dialectology of the preposition and adverb beyond. [ Paper ]
  10. Corrigan, Karen : "They're not proud of the fact that they're not from here": Acquiring Northern Irish English as linguistic camouflage. [ Paper ]
  11. Dawazhuoma, Fnu : Principal reasons for the formation of language differences in Minyag Ganzi (Sichuan, China). [ Paper ]
  12. de Haas, Nynke : The Northern Subject Rule in Middle English dialects: individual syntactic constructions. [ Paper ]
  13. De Pascale, Stefano. Marzo, Stefania : Token-based Vector Space Models as semantic control for lectometric research in lexical variation. [ Paper ]
  14. Derungs, Curdin. Leeman, Adrian. Scherrer, Luca : A tool for measuring spatial saturation in large-scale dialectological survey data. [ Paper ]
  15. Dorn, Amelie. Gura, Caitlin : Participatory Cultural Lexicography Innovating a dialectal dictionary by applying an Open innovation in science approach. The example of exploreAT! [ Paper ]
  16. Durham, Mercedes : Dialectology in the age of facebook likes: Using questionnaires to chart change in discourse markers. [ Paper ]
  17. Eberle, Nicole : Bermudian English: Origins and Typological Affinities. [ Paper ]
  18. Embleton, Sheila. Uritescu, Dorin. Wheeler, Eric S. : Metadata for Analyzing Geolinguistic Variation. [ Paper ]
  19. Enrique-Arias, Andres : On the emergence of contact varieties: the Spanish of Mallorca from a historical perspective. [ Paper ]
  20. Epelde, Irantzu : Dialect contact in a basque valley. [ Poster ]
  21. Farasyn, Melissa : Apparant variation in non-restrictive relative clauses in the Middle Low German dialects. [ Paper ]
  22. Farasyn, Melissa. Breitbarth, Anne : New methods for Middle Low German dialect research. [ Paper ]
  23. Feleke, Tekabe : The similarity and Mutual Intelligibility between Amharic and Tigrigna Varieties. [ Paper ]
  24. Filppula, Markku : Deontic and possessive HAVE (GOT) in British and Irish English and beyond. [ Paper ]
  25. Fox, Susan. Kircher, Ruth : The role of attitudes in the innovation and spread of Multicultural London English. [ Paper ]
  26. Freake, Yvette : Hillbillies, Schmucks and Gangsters: A Perceptual Dialectology Study of the Greater Toronto Area. [ Paper ]
  27. Fuchs, Robert : The importance of dialect, age, gender and social class in the sociolinguistics of intensifier usage. [ Paper ]
  28. Fuchs, Robert. Esimaje, Alexandra : Intensifier usage in British and Nigerian English: Combining corpus data with perceptual evidence. [ Paper ]
  29. Fujimoto, Masako, Shinohara, Shigeko : Articulatory manifestation for voiced geminates and initial geminates in Ikema Ryukuan. [ Paper ]
  30. Fukushima, Chitsuko : Comparing integrated geographical distributions to grasp language changes. [ Paper ]
  31. Fuller Medina, Nicté : Lo hacen mix: Bilingual compound verbs in Belizean varieties of Spanish. [ Paper ]
  32. Fuller Medina, Nicté. Yoshizumi, Yukiko : Relax suru! lo hacen mix: Bilingual compound verbs in Japanese-English and Spanish-English discours. [ Poster ]
  33. Gautam, Bhim Lal : Changes in language attitude through contact: A case study of Newar in Kathmandu valley. [ Paper ]
  34. Geeraerts, Dirk. Franco, Karlien. Speelman, Dirk : Heteronymy in dialect data: three case-studies on the influence of semantic concept features. [ Paper ]
  35. Glauser, Beat : The 'Great Vowel Shift' again: the evidence of the traditional Northern dialects. [ Paper ]
  36. Gonzales, Wilkinson Daniel Wong : Typological features of mixed languages: A case study of Hokaglish. [ Paper ]
  37. Gooskens, Charlotte. Schneider, Cindy : Measuring mutual intelligibility between language varieties of northern Pentecost Island, Vanuatu. [ Paper ]
  38. Hahn, Matthias : Between process and product: regional reduction strategies in German 'standard-in-use'-varieties. [ Paper ]
  39. Härmävaara, Hanna-Ilona : Naturally occurring conversations as data for studying questions related to mutual intelligibility. [ Paper ]
  40. Hayashi, Naoki : Understanding the "Vagueness" of Accents with Acoustic Methods: A Case Study of the Eastern Tokyo Metropolitan region. [ Paper ]
  41. Hedgard, Hannah : Linguistic Upheaval on a Speck in the Ocean: The Development of English on the Cocos Islands. [ Paper ]
  42. Heffernan, Kevin : The diffusion of lexical bundles from an urban center to a rural community in Japan. [ Poster ]
  43. Hess, Dominique : Challenges in a variationist sociolinguistic analysis of a newly emerging contact variety of English. [ Poster ]
  44. Hilton, Nanna Haug. Leemann, Adrian. Gooskens, Charlotte : Crowd-sourcing Variation in Minority Languages: Illustrated with Frisian. [ Paper ]
  45. Hirano, Keiko. Britain, David : Accommodation and Social Networks: Grammatical Variation among Expatriate English Speakers. [ Paper ]
  46. Hiratsuka, Yusuke. Harada, Souichiro : Adjective suffix variation in Kagoshima dialect. [ Paper ]
  47. Hsu, Hui-ju : The Influences of Taiwan Mandarin innovative variations on Taiwanese -- from young people's /iN/ variation. [ Paper ]
  48. Huisman, John. Majid, Asifa. van Hout, Roeland : Variation in word meaning across closely related language varieties: a look at Ryūkyūan. [ Paper ]
  49. Inoue, Aya : Analyzing variation in perception grammar of non-standard languages: A case of Hawai'i Creole. [ Paper ]
  50. Inoue, Fumio : Memory time of "father" --- Area and age differences by Glottogram---. [ Paper ]
  51. Jeszenszky, Péter. Derungs, Curdin. Weibel, Robert : Automatically detecting boundaries and transition zones in swiss german morpho-syntactic variation. [ Paper ]
  52. Johannessen, Janne Bondi. Vangsnes, Øystein Alexander. Laake, Signe. Åfarli, Tor : A Multimodal Dialect Corpus. [ Paper ]
  53. Jose, Brian : A Real-Time Perspective on the Southern Vowel Shift in Kentuckiana. [ Paper ]
  54. Kendall, Tyler. Vaughn, Charlotte : Sociolinguistic variables and internal constraints from a listener perspective. [ Paper ]
  55. Kendall, Tyler. Farrington, Charlie. McLarty, Jason : Public Corpora and Research on African American Language. [ Paper ]
  56. Kibe, Nobuko. Sato, Kumiko. Nakanishi, Taro. Nakazawa, Kohei : Copus based study of Japanese dialects: Regional differences in case marking system. [ Paper ]
  57. King, Ruth. LeBlanc, Carmen : A Comparative Study of Subject-Verb Agreement in Subject Relative Clauses in Acadian French: The Interplay of internal and External Factors. [ Paper ]
  58. Kishie, Shinsuke : East-West Opposition with Regard to the Negative Form of Verb in Japan. [ Poster ]
  59. Konishi, Izumi : Object markers in Japanese dialects: focusing on the factor of adjacency to verbs. [ Paper ]
  60. Kubota, Mihoko : Different Paths in the Acquisition of Japanese Negative Words Meaning Prohibition: Dame in the Standard Form and Akan in the Western Dialect. [ Poster ]
  61. Kumagai, Yasuo : A quantitative observation of the relation among population distributions, road networks, and dialect similiarities. [ Paper ]
  62. Kunnas, Niina. Mustanoja, Liisa : Changing nature of idiolects in the light of Bayesian analysis. [ Paper ]
  63. Kuske, Eva : The Influence of American English on Guam English. [ Paper ]
  64. Laker, Stephen : The definite article in Frisian and neighbouring dialects from an areal and contact perspective. [ Paper ]
  65. LeBlanc, Carmen : On dialect contact between vernaculars: levelling and shifting in North American French. [ Paper ]
  66. Leimgruber, Jakob : Local bilingualism and global connectedness: New Montrealers' language attitudes and repertoires. [ Paper ]
  67. Leonhardt, Tobias : Kiribati and the outside: About language contact in a remote and isolated Pacific island nation. [ Paper ]
  68. Levey, Stephen. Pichler, Heike : Revisiting Transatlantic Relatives: Evidence from British and Canadian English. [ Paper ]
  69. Li, Jung-Min. Cheng, Hsiao-feng : A geolinguistic research of west coastal Taiwanese using "Glottogram". [ Paper ]
  70. Li, Xiaoshi. Bayley, Robert : Lexical Frequency and Morphosyntactic Variation: Subject Pronoun Use in Mandarin Chinese. [ Paper ]
  71. Lin, Chihkai : Pazeh-Kaxabu Affinity Revisited: from a corpus-based approach. [ Paper ]
  72. Lin, Yuhan : Constructing a new linguistic self: Stylistic variation in a second dialect. [ Paper ]
  73. Lindström, Liina. Pilvik, Maarja-Liisa. Uiboaed, Kristel : Pronoun omission in Estonian dialects: contact-induced changes vs. functional motivations. [ Paper ]
  74. Lundquist, Björn. Vangsnes, Øystein : Using eye tracking to assess separation of grammars in bi-dialectal speakers. [ Paper ]
  75. Lynch, Sara : The Influence of Static and Mobile Language Contact on an Emerging Pacific English. [ Paper ]
  76. Major, James : Perceptual Dialectology in Japanese-English video game translations. [ Paper ]
  77. Maselko, Mateusz : Syntactic variation in the German minority dialect Riograndese Hunsrik. [ Poster ]
  78. Massinen, Henna : Contact-induced Phonological Variation in Border Karelian Dialect. [ Paper ]
  79. Matsumoto, Kazuko : Social embedding of linguistic change in progress in adolescent Palauan English. [ Paper ]
  80. Meyerhoff, Miriam : Oral histories and sociolinguistic data collection. [ Paper ]
  81. Mitsui, Harumi. Yarimizu, Kanetaka. Sawaki, Motoei : The structure of diversified language usage in metropolitan Tokyo: Analyses using large-scale data base for word accent. [ Paper ]
  82. Nobajas, Alexandre : Automatic Isogloss Maps from Twitter Data: The Catalan Case. [ Paper ]
  83. Okumura, Akiko : Variation and change in the Japanese velar consonant (g) in a new town. [ Paper ]
  84. Oshima, Hajime : Innovative Possessive Marker in the Burgenland Dialect of Hungarian in Austria. [ Paper ]
  85. Ota, Ichiro : Sociolinguistic Representation of Code choice and Code-Switching in a Japanese TV Drama. [ Paper ]
  86. Ototake, Kaori : Distribution of Particles ka, ja, and zo in Interrogatives in Sanuki Dialect. [ Poster ]
  87. Pabst, Katharina. Konnelly, Alexah. Röthlisberger, Melanie. Tagliamonte, Sali : The individual vs. the community: Evidence from t/d deletion in Canadian English. [ Paper ]
  88. Palander, Majatta : Change in spoken Finnish: the dialect of 7-year-olds of two generations. [ Paper ]
  89. Papazachariou, Dimitris. Archakis, Argiris. Karachaliou, Rania. Ralli, Angela. Kortmann, Bernd : Greek dialects as a linguistic repertoire among Greek immigrants in Canada: Dialect Performance. [ Paper ]
  90. Penhallurick, Rob : On Writing the History of the Study of English Dialects. [ Paper ]
  91. Perea, Maria-Pilar : From a dialectal dictionary to a linguistic atlas. [ Paper ]
  92. Pinget, Anne-France : Full merger in progress: evidence from Dutch labiodental fricatives. [ Paper ]
  93. Pumyoo, Watit : Classification of Early Written Tai Dialects; a Matter of Socio-Politic Factors. [ Poster ]
  94. Ramisch, Heinrich : Joseph Wright's English Dialect Dictionary as an electronic research tool. [ Paper ]
  95. Riionheimo, Helka : How do young Finns perceive foreign influence? Folk linguistic recognition test as a contact linguistic tool. [ Paper ]
  96. Rosseel, Laura. Geeraerts, Dirk. Speelman, Dirk : Measuring language attitudes in context: exploring the possibilities of the P-IAT. A case study on regional varieties of Dutch in Belgium. [ Paper ]
  97. Santos Raña, Irene : Varieties in contact with Galician dialects. One way to know what speakers know. [ Paper ]
  98. Sawaki, Motoei. Fukushima, Chitsuko. Nakajima, Yumi : Making a tagged dialect corpus using a computer: Verbal conjugation can be automated. [ Paper ]
  99. Schneider, Christa : Numeral Gender in Bernese German. [ Paper ]
  100. Schweinberger, Martin : Using Semantic Vector Space Models to investigate lexical replacement: a corpus based study of ongoing changes in intensifier systems. [ Paper ]
  101. Sondag, Max : Advanced mapping in dialectometry. [ Poster ]
  102. Staicov, Adina : Ethnicity and morphosyntactic variation: Indexing identity in San Francisco Chinatown. [ Paper ]
  103. Strand, Bror-Magnus : The roleplaying variety of Northern Norwegian preschool children. [ Paper ]
  104. Suzuki, Hiroyuki. Lhamo, Lozong : Where is a negative marker? A geolinguistic approach towards a grammaticalisation in Khams Tibetan. [ Paper ]
  105. Swanenberg, Jos : Does dialect loss give more or less variation? On language creativity and dialect leveling. [ Paper ]
  106. Tanabe, Kazuko : An analysis of Japanese honorific usage succession at home through Mixed Methods Research. [ Paper ]
  107. Ueda, Hiroto : Unilateral Correspondence Analysis: Applied to Spanish linguistic data in space and time. [ Paper ]
  108. Uehara, Sayako : The role of vocalic outliers on the perception of sound change. [ Paper ]
  109. Van Herk, Gerard. Muhic, Ismar : Who's "urban" in Newfoundland? [ Paper ]
  110. VanEpps, Briana : Gender assignment in the Jämtlandic dialect of Swedish. [ Poster ]
  111. Wagner, Susanne : Pretty darn amazing, pretty awesome or just pretty good? From compromiser to booster and beyond - pretty and its adjectival collocates in Englishes world-wide. [ Paper ]
  112. Walker, James : Intersect(ING) Variables. [ Paper ]
  113. Wandl-Vogt, Eveline. Piringer, Barbara. Ostojic, Davor. Zaytseva, Ksenia. Mörtl, Lukas. Rainer, Heimo. Goikhman, Alisa. Theron, Roberto. : Innovation through Cooperation Designing Collaborative Ecosystems on the example of "Biodiversity and Linguistic Diversity: A Collaborative Knowledge Discovery Environment". [ Paper ]
  114. Wandl-Vogt, Eveline. Dorn, Amelie. Barbera, Roberto. Davidovic, Davor. : Cloud Computing, Open Science, Data Analytics Towards new research paradigms for Bavarian dialectology in using advanced research infrastructures. DARIAH-Competence center in a nutshell. [ Paper ]
  115. Wang, Xuan : The inteplay between explicit awareness and individual speakers' attitude in dialect contact. [ Paper ]
  116. Wieling, Martijn. Tiede, Mark : Dialect-specific articulatory settings. [ Paper ]
  117. Wiese, Heike : "Language Situations": Targeting register-bround choices for contact dialects. [ Paper ]
  118. Yaeger-Dror, Malcah. Dror, Moshe : Variation Triggered by Language Contact: a Game Theoretical Perspective. [ Paper ]
  119. Yamane-Yoshinaga, Chie : Dialect usage of residents in Hansen's disease (Leprosy) sanatoriums. [ Poster ]
  120. Yamashita, Rika : Emerging use of 'Nanodesu' by fictional characters and girl idols on SNS. [ Poster ]
  121. Yao, Yao. Yu, Alan C.L. : An online survey of phonetic variation in Hong Kong Cantonese. [ Paper ]
  122. Yurayong, Chingduang : An innovation in the contact of North Russian and Central Veps dialects. [ Paper ]


A list of the workshops

( Last updated: 2017.06.08 )

Workshop 1
Day1: Monday, August 7 [ 14:30 - 17:00 ]
Innovative Dialects: The Spoken (Social/Regional) Dialects in Media
Organizers: Yoshiyuki Asahi, Rebecca Starr, Mie Hiramoto
[Abstract]

Workshop 2
Day2: Tuesday, August 8 [ 10:30 - 18:00 ]
Implicitness and experimental methods in language variation research
Organizers: Laura Rosseel, Stefan Grondelaers
[Abstract]

Workshop 3
Day3: Wednesday, August 9 [ 9:00 - 12:00 ]
Day4: Thursday, August 10 [ 10:30 - 12:30 ]
Beyond the well-known: current foci and issues in research on intensification
Organizer: Susanne Wagner
[Abstract]

Workshop 4 Contrastive Geolinguistics
Day4: Thursday, August 10 [ 13:30 - 17:30 ]
Organizer: Takuichiro Onishi
[Abstract]

Workshop 5
Day5: Friday, August 11 [ 9:00 - 12:00 ]
Hansards as a dialectal resource
Organizer: Hitoshi Nikaido
[Abstract]

Workshop 6
Day5: Friday, August 11 [ 13:00 - 16:00 ]
Synchronic transfers in Colloquial Singapore English: Case studies based on text message data
Organizers: Jacob R. Leimgruber, Leslie Lee, Mie Hiramoto
[Abstract]

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