WYRED Project: Outputs

WYRED Project: Outputs

Publications
  • Gold, K. Earnshaw, and S. Ross, “An Introduction to the West Yorkshire Regional English Database (WYRED),” in K. Burland and C. Upton (Eds.), Transactions of the Yorkshire Dialect Society, 2016, pp. 1-8.
Conferences/Presentations

Gold, E., Earnshaw, K. and Ross, S. (2016). West Yorkshire Regional English Database (WYRED). Presented at the 25th Annual Conference of the International Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics, York, UK, 24th-27th July 2016.

Gold, E., Ross, S. and Earnshaw, K. (2017). Delimiting the West Yorkshire population: Examining the regional-specificity of hesitation markers. Presented at the 26th Annual Conference of the International Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics, Split, Croatia, 9th-12th July 2017.

Gold, E., Earnshaw, K. and Ross, S. (2017). An introduction to the West Yorkshire Regional English Database (WYRED): Examining the variability of hesitation markers. Presented at the 11th UK Language Variation and Change conference, Cardiff, Wales, 29th-31st September 2017.

Gold, E., Ross, S. and Earnshaw, K. (2017). Analyzing variation in filled pauses across speaking styles and boroughs within West Yorkshire. Presented at the 46th New Ways of Analyzing Variation conference, Madison, Wisconsin, 2nd-5th November 2017.

Gold, E., Earnshaw, K. and Ross, S. (2018). WYRED: West Yorkshire Regional English Database. Presented at the colloquium of the British Association of Academic Phoneticians, Kent, UK, 12th-14th April 2018.

Media/Publicity
  1. The critical role of voice evidence in court” in Discover Magazine, The University of Huddersfield, 19th September 2016
  2. Forensic voice specialist to aid study nuances of Yorkshire accent” in Police Oracle, 7th March 2016
  3. Ee bah gum! Huddersfield expert to study Yorkshire accents to help criminal investigations” in The Huddersfield Daily Examiner, 14th December 2015
  4. West Yorkshire accent study could help police crack criminal cases” in The Yorkshire Post, 1st December 2015
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