Miriam Meyerhoff, Ph.D.
|Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand|
I completed an MA in Linguistics at Victoria University of Wellington in 1985, and subsequently returned in 1990 for the one year Diploma in Teaching English as a Second Language. I then decided to do a PhD in Linguistics, which I completed in 1997 at the University of Pennsylvania under the supervision of Gillian Sankoff, William Labov, Terry Crowley and Howard Giles.
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|Walker JA, Meyerhoff M. (2015) Bequia English Further Studies in the Lesser-Known Varieties of English. 128-143|
|Brezina V, Meyerhoff M. (2014) Significant or random?: A critical review of sociolinguistic generalisations based on large corpora International Journal of Corpus Linguistics. 19: 1-28|
|Meyerhoff M, Walker JA. (2013) An existential problem: The sociolinguistic monitor and variation in existential constructions on Bequia (St. Vincent and the Grenadines) Language in Society. 42: 407-428|
|Meyerhoff M, Schleef E. (2012) Variation, contact and social indexicality in the acquisition of (ing) by teenage migrants Journal of Sociolinguistics. 16: 398-416|
|Meyerhoff M, Adachi C, Nanbakhsh G, et al. (2012) Sociolinguistic Fieldwork The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Fieldwork|
|Meyerhoff M, Walker JA. (2012) Grammatical variation in Bequia (St Vincent and the Grenadines) Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages. 27: 209-234|
|Meyerhoff M. (2012) Uncovering hidden constraints in micro-corpora of contact Englishes Language and Computers. 75: 109-130|
|Schleef E, Meyerhoff M, Clark L. (2011) Teenagers' acquisition of variation: A comparison of locally-born and migrant teens' realisation of English (ing) in Edinburgh and London English World-Wide. 32: 206-236|
|Meyerhoff M. (2009) Replication, transfer, and calquing: Using variation as a tool in the study of language contact Language Variation and Change. 21: 297-317|
|Meyerhoff M. (2009) Forging Pacific Pidgin and Creole Syntax: Substrate, Discourse, and Inherent Variability The Handbook of Pidgin and Creole Studies. 48-73|