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Mr Phillip Tipton
Mr Phillip Tipton
postal addressSchool of Arts and Media, Crescent House 200f, University of Salford, SALFORD, M5 4WT.
email addressp.tipton@salford.ac.uk
telephone0161 295 2373
Profile Summary
Sociophonetics Usage-based phonology Sociolinguistics Morphology Psycholinguistics Speech production and perception Connectionist modelling
Key Qualifications
2005
2006
2008
2018
Key Presence
Conference Organisation
2008
Apr
3rd Northern Englishes Workshop
Conference Presentations
2019
Sociolinguistics Symposium 16, University of Limerick. Near-Merger revisited: the case of a south Lancashire NURSE-SQUARE contrast?
2008
Jul
Here, there and everywhere: lexical access, usage and the retrieval of non-linguistic information in language production. 11th Conference in Laboratory Phonology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
2007
Oct
(with Jenny Amos, Michelle Brana-Straw, David Britain, Heather Grainger, Caroline Piercy, Amanda Rigby, Joanna Ryfa) It's not up North but it's down South, ain't it? A regional examination of auxiliary versus negator contraction -... more >>.
2007
Aug
2nd Language at the University of Essex International Postgraduate Conference (LangUE) - Testing frequency and the usage-based framework within a sociolinguistic setting: a new approach
2007
Jul
2nd Newcastle Postgraduate Conference in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics - Towards a psycholinguistically-informed approach to sociolinguistic variation
2007
Jun
SociolinguistEssex 2007, University of Essex. Are 'Sintelliners' from Merseyside? On identity and linguistic maintenance in England's north west
2007
Apr
Colloquium on Liverpool and Merseyside regionalism, Lancaster University. Fur's fair in the Merseyside hinterland? Linguistic maintenance in young 'Sintelliners': the case of the NURSE~SQUARE merger
2006
Apr
Northern Englishes Workshop, Lancaster University. The NURSE-SQUARE merger in Lancashire English
Memberships of External Bodies
2008
Apr
Member of the Linguistics Association of Great Britian
2007
Jul
Member of the Linguistic Society of America