Day Two – 9th of September

Poster Sessions

UKLVC13’s poster sessions will be taking place on Spatial. We recommend you try the demo available on their website before the conference to familiarise yourself with how Spatial functions, but we will also be giving a small introduction to Spatial on Day 2 of UKLVC13.

Alternatively, you can also watch their small introduction and tutorial video here!

Please note that schedules are subject to change – this website will have the most up-to-date information.

TimeSpatial RoomEventPresenters
9:30 – 10:30PLENARY TALK

Gradient change from below or categorical change from above? The decline of rhoticity in Blackburn, Lancashire.
Danielle Turton
10:30 – 11:00Introduction to SpatialUKLVC13 Online Organising Committee
(Edward Marshall and Emma Laird)
11:15 – 12:30Poster Session 1
1Married at First Sight: the role of f0 variation in heterosexual female-male flirting interactionsEmma Harbo Jakobsen and Míša Hejná
1New Twitter corpora for social media-based research into rapid linguistic diffusion (and media influence)Stefan Grondelaers, Jane Stuart-Smith, Sara Kutkova, Hassan Shahid, Bethany Sheridan, Emma Eck, Mitchell McKee, Astraea Blonk and Esther Veerbeek
1Breathiness: A cue to femininity?Bradley Mackay
2Differential object marking in two Italian communities abroad: a variationist perspectiveMargherita Di Salvo
2Another look at the Present Perfect in the Peninsular Spanish variety of AlicanteCarmen Kleinherenbrink and Paz González
3Explor(ing) age-grading: A dynamic model for testing linguistic malleabilty across the entire adult life-spanLea Bauernfeind, Johanna Mechler, James Grama, Mirjam Eiswirth and Isabelle Buchstaller
3Investigating language change across the life span: a real-time panel study of hyper -s and first-person singular possessive in north-eastern EnglishAnne-Marie Moelders
3Of repetitions and changes: language change in actionMirjam Eiswirth
12:30 – 14:00Lunch on Spatial
14:00 – 15:15Poster Session 2
4Folkloristic Accent (Meta)AttitudesMary Chioti
4Perceiving Yorkshire Women’s voices: F0 and perceptions of sexuality and femininitySalina Cuddy
5Maintenance of diphthong TRAP amidst retreat from the Northern Cities ShiftDaniel Duncan
5Ambiguous rhoticity in Lancashire and Glasgow: A perceptual comparisonRobert Lennon
6“Would the robot understand my accent?” An Exploration of Perceptions of Human-Robot Interaction in ScotlandMary Ellen Foster and Rhiannon Fyfe
6A Game of Phones: An Investigation into Yorkshire Accent Imitation in the Television Series, Game of ThronesLucy Jackson
6Teenage Language in Dublin: standardising or maintaining local variants?Stephen Lucek
15:15 – 15:30BREAK
15:30 – 16:45Poster Session 3
7A cross-dialectal comparison of Negative Concord perception in EnglishMary Robinson
7Awareness of linguistic variation in South East England: the role of social factors in a geographic identification taskAmanda Cole
7Variation in Cardiff Welsh: The close back vowels /u(:)/ and /ʊ/Ianto Gruffydd
8Primed to discriminate: Linguistic profiling against Uyghurs in the job marketRuoan Wang and Matthew Hunt
8Topic-based variation of /ʂ/ and oral deaf speakers of Taiwan MandarinTsung-Lun Alan Wan
8Individual Variation in Backward Transfer and the Role of Psycholinguistic FactorsDivyanshi Shaktawat
9Minority report: Assessing geographical bias in language variation and change researchLiam Keeble and Caitlin Halfacre
9Does workin’ prime thinking? Opening a window onto the mental representation of variable INGYosiane White
9Lesbian/Bisexual and Heterosexual Podcasters: Variation in Vowel Duration and the Low-Back Vowels in Scripted vs Unscripted SpeechAimee Herubin
16:45 – 17:00BREAK
17:00 – 18:00Chatting on Spatial
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