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Johansson, Christine. 2012. "Early Modern English: Relativization", in English Historical Linguistics: An International Handbook, vol I, ed. Alexander Bergs and Laurel J. Brinton,pp. 776-790. De Gruyter Mouton, Berlin.

Johansson, C. & C. Geisler. 1998. "Pied Piping in Spoken English", in Explorations in Corpus Linguistics, ed. A. Renouf, pp. 82-91. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Johnson, A. C. 1959. "The Pronoun of Direct Address in Seventeenth Century English". Unpublished PhD thesis, Columbia University.

Johnson, A. C. 1966. "The Pronoun of Direct Address in Seventeenth-Century English". American Speech 41(4): 261–269.

Johnson, Judith A. 1979. "'Ye' and 'thou' among the Canterbury pilgrims." Michigan Academician 10: 71-6.

Johnson, S., Culpeper, Jonathan, & Suhr, S. 2003. "From 'politically correct councillors' to 'Blairite nonsense': discourses of 'political correctness' in three British newspapers." Discourse and Society 14(1): 29-47.

Johnston, Everett C. 1967. "The signification of the pronoun of address in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight." Language Quarterly 5: 34-6.

Johnstone, Barbara. 1999. "Uses of southern speech by contemporary Texas women." Journal of Sociolinguistics 3: 505-22.

Johnstone, Barbara. 2000. "Representing American speech." American Speech 75: 390-92.

Johnstone, Barbara. 2007. "/aw/ Goes Dahntahn: Exploring the Social History of Sociolinguistic Indexicality in Pittsburgh". Texas Linguistics Forum 51: 17-27.

Johnstone, Barbara. 2009. "Pittsburghese Shirts: Commodification and the Enregisterment of an Urban Dialect". American Speech 84(2): 157-175.

Johnstone, Barbara. 2010. "Enregistering style." Rhetoric Society of America. Minneapolis, MN. May 2010.

Johnstone, Barbara. 2011. "Dialect Enregisterment in Performance". Journal of Sociolinguistics 15(5): 657–679.

Johnstone, Barbara. 2011. "Making Pittsburghese: Communication technology, expertise, and the discursive construction of a regional dialect." Language & Communication 31: 3-15.

Johnstone, Barbara, Jennifer Andrus & Andrew E. Danielson. 2006. "Mobility, Indexicality and the Enregisterment of 'Pittsburghese'", Journal of English Linguistics 34 (2): 77-104.

Johnstone, Barbara & Dan Baumgardt. 2004. "'Pittsburghese' online: Vernacular norming in conversation." American Speech 79: 115-45.

Johnstone, Barbara, Neeta Bhasin & Denise Wittkofski. 2002. "'Dahntahn Pittsburgh': Monophthongal /aw/ and representations of localness in southwestern Pennsylvania." American Speech 77: 148-66.

Johnstone, Barbara & Calvin Pollak. 2016. "Mobilities, materialities, and the changing meanings of Pittsburgh speech." Journal of English Linguistics 44(3): 254–275.

Johnstone, Barbara & Scot F. Kiesling. 2008. "Indexicality and Experience: Exploring the Meanings of /aw/-monophthongization in Pittsburgh." Journal of Sociolinguistics 12: 5-33.