Language Regard Tools
Tools for the study of language regard (including language attitudes and ideology) and perception of dialect differences
This research explores people’s perceptions of how English is spoken in Washington State. We asked long-time residents to draw on a map where they think people speak differently around Washington.
This tool collects perceptual dialectology data through an online interface. The tool is customizable and can be used to address a wide array of research questions within perceptual dialectology.
Jennifer Cramer (U of Kentucky)
A collection of guides and brief activities to help linguists familiarize themselves with QGIS. Methods and techniques can also be applied to ArcMap.
This instrument is designed to elicit language attitudes about Korean-accented English and Korean-American English. Reading passages are taken from Aesop's Fables, and are matched for word count and Flesch-Kincaid reading level as well as for occurrences of phonetic variables likely to vary in Korean-accented English.
Lime Survey is an open-source platform that allows users to create and host their own (linguistic) surveys.
Users can design and distribute online surveys to collect attidunal information.