Dr Danielle Turton

Lecturer in Sociolinguistics

Research Overview

My research interests centre around phonological variation and change in accents of English.

My personal page can be found at https://danielleturton.rbind.io/

A typology of laterals in twelve English dialects
Kirkham, S., Turton, D., Leemann, A. 20/07/2020 In: Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 148, 1, p. EL72-EL76. 5 p.
Journal article

TD-deletion in British English: New evidence for the long-lost morphological effect
Baranowski, M., Turton, D. 1/06/2020 In: Language Variation and Change. 32, 1, p. 1-23. 23 p.
Journal article

Not quite the same: The social stratification and phonetic conditioning of the FOOT- STRUT vowels in Manchester
Turton, D., Baranowski, M. 24/04/2020 In: Journal of Linguistics.
Journal article

Assessing the accuracy of existing forced alignment software on varieties of British English
MacKenzie, L., Turton, D. 29/01/2020 In: Linguistics Vanguard. 6, s1
Journal article

The FOOT-STRUT vowels in Manchester: Evidence for the diachronic precursor to the split?
Baranowski, M., Turton, D. 15/10/2018
Conference article

Sociophonetic variation of like in British dialects: Effects of function, context and predictability
Schleef, E., Turton, D. 1/03/2018 In: English Language and Linguistics. 22, 1, p. 35-75. 41 p.
Journal article

Categorical or gradient?: An ultrasound investigation of /l/-darkening and vocalization in varieties of English
Turton, D. 25/05/2017 In: Laboratory Phonology. 8, 1
Journal article

Synchronic stratum-specific rates of application reflect diachronic change: morphosyntactic conditioning of variation in English /l/-darkening
Turton, D. 30/11/2016 In: Papers in Historical Phonology. 1, p. 130-165. 36 p.
Journal article

Manchester English
Baranowski, M., Turton, D. 15/12/2015 In: Researching Northern English. John Benjamins p. 293-316. 24 p.
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Determining categoricity in English /l/-darkening: A principal component analysis of ultrasound spline data
Turton, D. 2015
Conference contribution/Paper

Some /l/s are darker than others: accounting for variation in English /l/ with ultrasound tongue imaging
Turton, D. 2014
Conference article