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Are L2 Speakers Allowed to Use Colloquialisms? L1 Attitudes Toward Spanish L2 Speakers' Use of Informal Lexical Items
by DuBois, Stefan Karsten, Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Barbara. 2019: 189 pages; 13900640.
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A sociolinguistic study of Vimeu French
by Villeneuve, Anne-Jose, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2011: 218 pages; 3481321.
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Language and the formation of masculine potency in Peruvian Aymara boyhood
by Smith, Benjamin, Ph.D.  The University of Chicago. 2011: 260 pages; 3445051.
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An examination of linguistic and sociocultural variables in writing a dissertation among Turkish doctoral students
by Gurel, Nazmiye, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2010: 257 pages; 3423565.
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The limits of linguistic variation: Stylistic diversity in Singapore English
by Lim, Laureen Tsu Chiann, Ph.D.  New York University. 2010: 335 pages; 3408349.
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Impoliteness, Identity and Power in Korean: Critical Discourse Analysis and Perception Study of Impoliteness
by Lee, Keunyoung, Ph.D.  University of Oregon. 2020: 180 pages; 27744312.
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Troubles with "being a man" in times of social progress: Analyzing the discourses of a conflicted culture
by Nesbit, Elsa Siiri Gilmore Johnson, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2016: 184 pages; 10105264.
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Un aperçu des opinions au sujet de la langue et la culture cadiennes dans le sud de la paroisse Lafourche
by Cheramie, Soliska, M.A.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2014: 58 pages; 1585852.
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The Role of the Interruption in Epistolary Young Adult Novels
by Herzhauser, Betty J., Ph.D.  University of South Florida. 2015: 145 pages; 3720084.
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Chanter en français en Louisiane: Du passé vers le futur
by Boudreau, Marie-Laure, M.A.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2014: 109 pages; 1585848.
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An investigation of genre and grammatical positioning in an online community
by Oldham, Carolyn Ann, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2010: 140 pages; 1490323.
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Why Dey Talk Like Dat?: A Study of the Status of Cajun English as a Dialect or an Accent
by Charpentier, Dylan T., M.A.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2017: 115 pages; 10622943.
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Macroacquisition of English in the Japanese Context and Its Educational Implications
by Hatano, Kazuma, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2013: 187 pages; 3565759.
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Mots et messages: Une étude de la langue et du langage eans les littératures haïtienne et antillaise
by Bruno, Myrlène, Ph.D.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2016: 332 pages; 10247634.
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