Research Program: Speech and Language
Social knowledge in the production and perception of linguistic variation.
My research project aims to examine the cognitive processes
that connect linguistic variation with social categories within individual
speakers. Specifically, I plan to develop a theoretical model informed by
corpus and experimental studies to explain how speakers use language variation
as a tool to position themselves in the social world.
- 2015 - Bachelor of Arts (Honours First Class) - Western
Sydney University Thesis:
Indicating and perceiving social hierarchy through language variation: the case
of ranuki in Japanese
- 2014 - Bachelor of Arts, majors: Linguistics and Japanese -
Western Sydney University