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Nathan Joel YoungUniversitetslektor

Om mig

Forskningsintressen: sociolingvistik (labovsk), kontaktlingvistik, sociofonetik, språklig variation, nordiska språk

Ph.D. (2019): lingvistik, Queen Mary, University of London

M.A. (2015): lingvistik, Stockholms universitet

B.A. (2004): företagsekonomi/slavisk lingvistik, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Young, N (2019). Rhythm in late-modern Stockholm – Social stratification and stylistic variation in the speech of men (doctoral dissertation). Department of Linguistics, Queen Mary, University of London. | link


Young, N. (n.d.). The sociolectal and stylistic variability of rhythm in Stockholm. admitted to Language & Speech (Special issue on sociolectal and dialectal variability in prosody). | link

Young, N. (n.d.). ‘Benim’ – A new pronoun in Swedish. admitted to Language Variation – European Perspectives VIII (Selected papers from the Tenth International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 10). | link

Young, N. (2018). Talrytmens sociala betydelse i det senmoderna Stockholm – Vokaldurationskontrast som ett indexikalt drag, Nordand 13(1), 41–63. | link

Young, N. (2018). ‘Copycats, ja dom shouf’ - Using hip hop to compare lexical replications in Danish and Swedish multiethnolects, University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 24(2), 174–184. | link

Young, N. (2018). Rhythm in Stockholm’s two working-class varieties: Separate models predict intervocalic durational contrast, Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2018, 448–452. | link