Gazetteer of Southern Vowels
Digital Archive of Southern Speech, southern vowels, website
This site was created to allow you to interact with data extracted from the Digital Archive of Southern Speech. Please report bugs, suggestions, or comments to Joey Stanley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Digital Archive of the Southern Speech (DASS) is an audio corpus of semi-spontaneous linguistic atlas interviews (Kretzschmar et al. 2013) derived from the Linguistic Atlas of the Gulf States (Pederson et al. 1986). It contains speech from 64 natives (34 men and 30 women, born 1886–1965) of 8 Southern US states. This sample contains a mixture of ethnicities, social classes, education levels, and ages.
Original Publication Citation
Joseph A. Stanley, William A. Kretzschmar Jr., Margaret E. L. Renwick, Michael L. Olsen,& Rachel M. Olsen. Gazetteer of Southern Vowels. Linguistic Atlas Project, University of Georgia. lap3.libs.uga.edu/u/jstanley/vowelcharts/
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Stanley, Joseph A.; Kretzchmar, William A. Jr.; Renwick, Maragret E. L.; Olsen, Michael L.; and Olsen, Rachel M., "Gazetteer of Southern Vowels" (2018). Faculty Publications. 6124.
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