4. The Nature of BOOT Fronting Among African Americans in Bakersfield, California
sharese king is a Neubauer Family Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago in the Department of Linguistics. Her research examines how African Americans use language to construct their identities and the social and political consequences of using racialized language patterns. She has published in the Annual Review of Linguistics as well as in Language. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
jeremy calder is an assistant professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Colorado Boulder. Their work straddles the fields of sociolinguistic variation and linguistic anthropology. Using sociophonetic and ethnographic methods, they explore the role of phonetic variation in the construction of marginalized identity in communities of queer/trans individuals and people of color. They’ve published in the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology as well as in Language in Society. Email: email@example.com.
Sharese King, Jeremy Calder; 4. The Nature of BOOT Fronting Among African Americans in Bakersfield, California. Publication of the American Dialect Society 1 December 2020; 105 (1): 64–78. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00031283-8820620
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