Gender bias and stereotypes in linguistic example sentences

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Gender bias in linguistics textbooks: Has anything changed since Macaulay & Brice 1997?  

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Demonstratives and visibility: Data from Ticuna and implications for theories of deixis

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Testing MaxEnt with sound symbolism: A stripy wug-shaped curve in Japanese Pokémon names (to come)

Shigeto Kawahara

pp. e341-e359

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(Don't) try this at home!: The effects of recording devices and software on phonetic analysis

Chelsea SankerSarah BabinskiRoslyn BurnsMarisha EvansJeremy JohnsJuhyae KimSlater SmithNatalie WeberClaire Bowern

pp. e360-e382

 

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Peer review in linguistics journals: Best practices and emerging standards

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