Browsing publications by Professor Karen Corrigan

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Dr Carol Fehringer
Professor Karen Corrigan
"The Geordie accent has a bit of a bad reputation": Internal and External Constraints on Stative Possession in the Tyneside English of the 21st Century2015
Dr Carol Fehringer
Professor Karen Corrigan
"You’ve got to sort of eh hoy the Geordie out": Modals of obligation and necessity in 50 years of Tyneside English2015
Professor Karen Corrigan
‘“I always think of people here, you know, saying ‘like’ after every sentence”: The dynamics of discourse-pragmatic markers in Northern Irish English2015
Dr Isa Buchstaller
Professor Karen Corrigan
‘“That's Bad Grammar Again Isn't It?”: (Morpho)-Syntactic features of Northern English’2015
Dr Carol Fehringer
Professor Karen Corrigan
‘“The Geordie accent has a bit of a bad reputation”: Internal and External Constraints on Stative Possession in the Tyneside English of the 21st Century’2015
Dr Carol Fehringer
Professor Karen Corrigan
‘“You’ve got to sort of eh hoy the Geordie out”: Modals of obligation and necessity in 50 years of Tyneside English’.2015
Professor Karen Corrigan
'Special Issue on Sense of Place in the History of English'2015
Dr Carol Fehringer
Professor Karen Corrigan
The rise of the going to future in Tyneside English: evidence for further grammaticalisation2015
Professor Karen Corrigan
Dr Adam Mearns
Dr Hermann Moisl
The Diachronic Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English: Annotation practices and dissemination strategies2014
Professor Karen Corrigan
The Atlantic Archipelago of the British Isles2014
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