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Finegan, Edward. 1980. "On the linguistic forms of prestige", in The legacy of language, ed. Phillip C. Boardman, pp. 146-61. Reno: University of Nevada Press.

Finegan, E. & D. Biber. 1986 Toward a unified model of sociolinguistic prestige. Diversity and diachrony, ed D. Sankoff, 391-397. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Finegan, E. & D. Biber. 1986 Two dimensions of linguistic complexity in English. Social and cognitive perspectives on language (SCOPIL 11), eds J. Connor-Linton, C.J. Hall & M. McGinnis, 1-24. Los Angeles: Department of Linguistics, University of Southern California.

Finegan, Edward. 1992. "Style and Standardization in England: 1700-1900". English in its Social Contexts: Essays in Historical Sociolinguistics, ed. Tim William Machan and Charles T. Scott, pp. 102-30. New York: OUP.

Finegan, Edward & Douglas Biber. 1995. "That and Zero Complementisers in Late Modern English: Exploring ARCHER from 1650-1990", in The Verb in Contemporary English, ed. B. Aarts & C. Meyer, pp. 241-57. CUP.

Finegan, Edward. 1995. "Subjectivity and subjectivisation: an introduction", in Subjectivity and subjectification, ed. D. Stein & Susan Wright.

Finegan, Edward. 1998. "English Grammar and Usage". The Cambridge History of the English Language, IV: 1776-1997, ed. Suzanne Romaine, pp. 536-88. CUP.

Finegan, Edward & John R. Rickford (eds.) 2004. Language in the USA: Perspectives for the Twenty-first Century. CUP.

Finkenstaedt, Thomas. 1963. You und thou: Studien zur Anrede im Englischen, mit einem Exkurs aber die Anrede im Deutschen. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Finlayson, J. 1967. "The Source of Caxton's Paris and Vienne". Philological Quarterly 46: 130-35.