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Research Examines ‘SHtriking' Sound Change in Raleigh
NC State graduate student Eric Wilbanks studies how sounds change in speech. In one of his latest projects, the M.A. in linguistics candidate honed in on (str) retraction, or when /s/ is spoken more like /sh/ in (str) clusters (e.g., "SHtreet").
As a Southern community changes, an accent fades
NC State sociolinguistics professor Robin Dodsworth and collaborators measured how "Southern" speakers' vowels were. Robin Dodsworth and Walt Wolfram et al., English, featured.
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