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Barbara Johnstone
Barbara Johnstone
Professor Emerita of Rhetoric and Linguistics, Carnegie Mellon University
Verified email at andrew.cmu.edu
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Discourse analysis
B Johnstone, J Andrus
John Wiley & Sons, 2024
38952024
Mobility, indexicality, and the enregisterment of “Pittsburghese”
B Johnstone, J Andrus, AE Danielson
Journal of English linguistics 34 (2), 77-104, 2006
7862006
Qualitative methods in sociolinguistics
B Johnstone
(No Title), 2000
7802000
The linguistic individual: Self-expression in language and linguistics
B Johnstone
Oxford University Press, 1996
6871996
Stories, community, and place: Narratives from middle America
B Johnstone
(No Title), 1990
5541990
Repetition in discourse: Interdisciplinary perspectives
B Johnstone
(No Title), 1994
417*1994
Indexicality and experience: Exploring the meanings of /aw/‐monophthongization in Pittsburgh1
B Johnstone, SF Kiesling
Journal of sociolinguistics 12 (1), 5-33, 2008
4142008
Discourse analysis and narrative
B Johnstone
The handbook of discourse analysis, 635-649, 2005
3602005
Pittsburghese shirts: Commodification and the enregisterment of an urban dialect
B Johnstone
American Speech 84 (2), 157-175, 2009
3452009
Stance, style, and the linguistic individual
B Johnstone
Stance: sociolinguistic perspectives, 29-52, 2009
3262009
Place, globalization, and linguistic variation
B Johnstone
Sociolinguistic variation: Critical reflections, 65-83, 2004
2962004
Repetition in Arabic discourse
B Johnstone
Repetition in Arabic Discourse, 1-142, 1991
2801991
Presentation as proof: The language of Arabic rhetoric
BJ Koch
Anthropological linguistics, 47-60, 1983
2761983
Community and contest: Midwestern men and women creating their worlds in conversational storytelling
B Johnstone
Carnegie Mellon University, 1993
2241993
Dell Hymes and the ethnography of communication
B Johnstone, W Marcellino
Sage handbook of sociolinguistics, 57-66, 2010
2072010
Speaking Pittsburghese: The story of a dialect
B Johnstone
Oxford University Press, 2013
1942013
‘He says... so I said’: verb tense alternation and narrative depictions of authority in American English
B Johnstone
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 25 (1), 33-52, 1987
1921987
The individual voice in language
B Johnstone
Annual review of anthropology 29 (1), 405-424, 2000
1812000
Dialect enregisterment in performance1
B Johnstone
Journal of sociolinguistics 15 (5), 657-679, 2011
1682011
Indexing the local
B Johnstone
The handbook of language and globalization, 386-405, 2010
1662010
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