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  Dayton, E. (1)
Elizabeth Dayton. Grammatical categories of the verb in African-American Vernacular English. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Pennsylvania, January 1996.
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  Green, L. (5)
Lisa J. Green. African American English: A linguistic introduction. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2002.
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Lisa Green. Aspectual be-type constructions and coercion in African American English. Natural Language Semantics, 8(1): 1–25. 2000.
Aspectual be-type constructions and coercion in African American English [link]Paper   link   bibtex   abstract   13 downloads  
Lisa Green. Study of verb classes in African American English. Linguistics and Education, 7(1): 65–81. January 1995.
Study of verb classes in African American English [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract   2 downloads  
Lisa Green. Remote past and states in African-American English. American Speech, 73(2): 115–138. 1998.
Remote past and states in African-American English [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   2 downloads  
Lisa J. Green. African American English: A linguistic introduction. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2002.
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  Harris, A. (1)
Alysia Nicole Harris. Stressed BIN BIN causing stress: A formal semantic and pragmatic account of the focused remote perfect marker in AAE. 2013.
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  Jones, T. (1)
Taylor Jones. Toward a Description of African American Vernacular English Dialect Regions Using “Black Twitter”. American Speech, 90(4): 403–440. November 2015.
Toward a Description of African American Vernacular English Dialect Regions Using “Black Twitter” [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   3 downloads  
  Labov, W. (2)
William Labov. Coexistent systems in African-American vernacular English. In Salikoko S. Mufwene; John R. Rickford; Guy Bailey; and John Baugh., editor(s), African-American English: Structure, history, and use, pages 110–153. Routledge, London, 1998.
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William Labov. Language in the inner city: studies in the Black English Vernacular. of University of Pennsylvania publications in conduct and communicationUniversity of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 1972.
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  Rickford, J. (1)
John R. Rickford. Carrying the new wave into syntax: The case of Black English BÍN. In Ralph W. Fasold; and Roger W. Shuy., editor(s), Analyzing variation in language: Papers from the second Colloquium on New Ways of Analyzing Variation, pages 162–183. Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC, 1975.
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