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In-text: (Dixon, Mahoney and Cocks, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Dixon, J., Mahoney, B. and Cocks, R., 2002. Accents of Guilt?. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 21(2), pp.162-168.
In-text: (Ladegaard and Sachdev, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Ladegaard, H. and Sachdev, I., 2006. ‘I Like the Americans… But I Certainly Don't Aim for an American Accent’: Language Attitudes, Vitality and Foreign Language Learning in Denmark. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 27(2), pp.91-108.
In-text: (Lippi-Green, 1994)
Your Bibliography: Lippi-Green, R., 1994. Accent, standard language ideology, and discriminatory pretext in the courts. Language in Society, 23(02), p.163.
In-text: (Moreno Falcón, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Moreno Falcón, M., 2016. Received Pronunciation, Estuary English and Cockney: a study focused on l-vocalisation, th-fronting and t-glottaling. p.21.
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