Recente publicaties

  1. Is ‘he’ still here? - Exploring the contemporary use of masculine sub…

    Piepers, J., Swanenberg, J., & Backus, A. (2023). Is ‘he’ still here? Exploring the contemporary use of masculine subject pronouns for women in Dutch dialects. Linguistics in the Netherlands, 40(1), 194-209.
  2. ‘It’ Is Not for Everyone. - Variation in Speakers’ Evaluation of Soci…

    Piepers, J., Backus, A., & Swanenberg, J. (2023). ‘It’ Is Not for Everyone. Variation in Speakers’ Evaluation of Sociopragmatic Pronouns in Limburgian. Languages, 8(4).
  3. Language variation in dialect-standard contact situations - Two cases…

    Doreleijers, K., Piepers, J., Backus, A., & Swanenberg, J. (2021). Language variation in dialect-standard contact situations: Two cases from Brabantish and Limburgish dialects in the Netherlands. In G. Kristiansen, K. Franco, S. De Pascale, L. Rosseel, & W. Zhang (Eds.), Cognitive Sociolinguistics Revisited (pp. 175-185). Walter de Gruyter.
  4. "Amsterdam, you're raining!" First-hand experience in tweets with spa…

    Piepers, J., van de Groep, M., van Halteren, H., & de Hoop, H. (2021). "Amsterdam, you're raining!" First-hand experience in tweets with spatio-temporal addressees. Journal of Pragmatics, 176, 97-109.
  5. Ziej is a woman and het is a girl - A referent’s age guides pronomina…

    Piepers, J., Backus, A., & Swanenberg, J. (2021). Ziej is a woman and het is a girl: A referent’s age guides pronominal gender variation in Limburgian. Taal en Tongval, 73(1), 1-44.

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