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Moody, Patricia A. 1977. "Shall and Will in English Grammars: A Revised History". Historiographia Linguistica 4/3: 281-301.

Moore, Emma. 2004, "Sociolinguistic Style: A Multidimensional Resource for Shared Identity Creation". Canadian Journal of Linguistics 49: 375-396.

Moore, Emma. 2006. "'You tell all the stories': Using Narrative to Understand Hierarchy in a Community of Practice". Journal of Sociolinguistics 10: 611-640.

Moore, Emma. 2010. "Interaction between Social Category and Social Practice: Explaining was/were Variation". Language Variation and Change 22.3: 347-371.

Moore, Emma. 2010. "Variation and Identity", Analysing Variation in English, ed. April McMahon & Warren Maguire, 219-236. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Moore, Emma. 2010. "Communities of Practice and Peripherality", Language and Identities, ed. In: Carmen Llamas & Dominic Watt, 123-133. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Moore, Emma. 2012, "The Social Life of Style." Language and Literature 21.1: 66-83.

Moore, Emma. 2012. "On the Impossibility of Historical Sociolinguistics", Analysing Older English, ed. In: David Denison, Ricardo Bermudez-Otero, Chris McCully & Emma Moore, 121-125. Cambridge: CUP.

Moore, Emma & Paul Carter. 2015. "Dialect Contact and Distinctiveness: The Social Meaning of Language Variation in an Island Community". Journal of Sociolinguistics 19.1: 3-36.

Moore, Emma & Paul Carter. (under contract, to appear 2016). "'The land steward wouldn't have a woman farmer': The Interaction between Language, Ideology and Gender in an Island Community", Language and a Sense of Place, ed. Chris Montgomery & Emma Moore. Cambridge: CUP.

Moore, Emma & Chris Montgomery. (under contract, to appear 2016) "'Place' in Studies of Language Variation and Change", Language and a Sense of Place, ed. Chris Montgomery & Emma Moore. Cambridge: CUP.

Moore, Emma & Robert J. Podesva. 2009. "Style, Indexicality and the Social Meaning of Tag Questions". Language in Society 38.4: 447-485.

Moore, Emma & Julia Snell. 2010. "'Oh, they're top, them': Right Dislocated Tags and Interactional Stance", Language Variation - European Perspectives III, ed. Frans Gregersen, Jeffrey Parrott & Pia Quist, 97-110. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Moorman, Ch. 1987. "Caxton's Morte Darthur: Malory's Second Edition?". Fifteenth Century Studies 12: 99-113.

Moorman, Charles. 1989. "One Hundred Years of Editing the Canterbury Tales". The Chaucer Review: A Journal of Medieval Studies and Literary Criticism 24(2): 99-114.