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Boyd, Zac, Josef Fruehwald, & Lauren Hall-Lew. 2021. Cross-linguistic perception of /s/ among French, German, and English listeners. Language Variation and Change.

Hall-Lew, Lauren & Zac Boyd. 2020. Sociophonetic perspectives on stylistic diversity in speech research. In A. Fabricius and N. Pharao (Eds.) Special issue on innovative methods in sociolinguistics. Linguistics Vanguard, 6(s1).  

Hall-Lew, Lauren & Zac Boyd. 2017. Phonetic variation and self-recorded data. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 23(2).

Boyd, Zac, Zuzanna Elliott, Josef Fruehwald, Lauren Hall-Lew, and Daniel Lawrence. 2015. An Evaluation of Different Sociolinguistic Elicitation Methods. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (Ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: The University of Glasgow.



Boyd, Zac. 2021. A certain kind of gay identity: [s+] and contextually mediated variation in bilingual French and German men. Unpublished Manuscript.

Boyd, Zac. 2018. Intersections of sexual orientation and bilingualism in French and German male speech production. Unpublished


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