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  Bailey, G. (1)
Guy Bailey; Natalie Maynor; and Patricia Cukor-Avila. The Emergence of Black English: text and commentary. of Creole language libraryJ. Benjamins Pub. Co, Amsterdam ; Philadelphia, 1991.
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  Chesnutt, C. (1)
Charles W. Chesnutt. Stories, novels & essays. of Library of America seriesLibrary of America, New York, 2002.
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  Christian, D. (1)
Walt Wolfram; and Donna Christian. Appalachian speech. Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, D.C., 1976.
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  Cohen, P. (1)
William Labov; Paul Cohen; Clarence Robins; and John Lewis. A study of the non-standard English of Negro and Puerto Rican speakers in New York City. Vol. 1: Phonological and grammatical analysis. Technical Report CRP-3288, Columbia University, New York, 1968.
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  Cukor-Avila, P. (1)
Guy Bailey; Natalie Maynor; and Patricia Cukor-Avila. The Emergence of Black English: text and commentary. of Creole language libraryJ. Benjamins Pub. Co, Amsterdam ; Philadelphia, 1991.
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  Dikken, M. (1)
Christina Tortora; and Marcel den Dikken. Subject agreement variation: Support for the configurational approach. Lingua, 120(5): 1089–1108. May 2010.
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  Feagin, C. (2)
Crawford Feagin. Negation. In Variation and change in Alabama English: A sociolinguistic study of the White community, pages 209–242. Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC, 1979.
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Crawford Feagin. Variation and change in Alabama English: A sociolinguistic study of the White community. Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC, 1979.
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  Foreman, J. (1)
John Foreman. Syntax of negative inversion in non-standard English. West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL), 17: 205–219. 1999.
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  Green, L. (5)
Lisa Green. Force, focus, and negation in African American English. In Raffaella Zanuttini; and Laurence R. Horn., editor(s), Micro-syntactic variation in North American English, of Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax, pages 115–142. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2014.
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Lisa Green. Negative Inversion in African American English: Evidence from child language. March 2010. Handout of a talk presented at the Department of Linguistics, UNC Chapel Hill, March 26.
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Lisa J. Green. Language and the African American child. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2011.
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Lisa Green. Negative Inversion and negative focus. April 2008. Handout of a talk presented at the Department of Linguistics, Georgetown University, April 10.
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Lisa J. Green. African American English: A linguistic introduction. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2002.
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  Hall, J. (1)
Michael Montgomery; and Joseph S. Hall. Grammar and syntax of Smoky Mountain English. In Dictionary of Smoky Mountain English, pages xxxv–lxv. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, 2004.
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  Labov, W. (2)
William Labov. Negative attraction and negative concord in English grammar. Language, 48(4): 773–818. 1972.
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William Labov; Paul Cohen; Clarence Robins; and John Lewis. A study of the non-standard English of Negro and Puerto Rican speakers in New York City. Vol. 1: Phonological and grammatical analysis. Technical Report CRP-3288, Columbia University, New York, 1968.
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  Lewis, J. (1)
William Labov; Paul Cohen; Clarence Robins; and John Lewis. A study of the non-standard English of Negro and Puerto Rican speakers in New York City. Vol. 1: Phonological and grammatical analysis. Technical Report CRP-3288, Columbia University, New York, 1968.
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  Martin, S. (3)
Stefan Edmund Martin. Topics in the syntax of nonstandard English. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 1992.
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Stefan Martin. "Negative inversion" sentences in Southern White English Vernacular and Black English Vernacular. University of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics, 1: 49–56. 1993.
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Stefan Martin; and Walt Wolfram. The sentence 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 11–36. Routledge, London, 1998.
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  Maynor, N. (1)
Guy Bailey; Natalie Maynor; and Patricia Cukor-Avila. The Emergence of Black English: text and commentary. of Creole language libraryJ. Benjamins Pub. Co, Amsterdam ; Philadelphia, 1991.
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  Montgomery, M. (1)
Michael Montgomery; and Joseph S. Hall. Grammar and syntax of Smoky Mountain English. In Dictionary of Smoky Mountain English, pages xxxv–lxv. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, 2004.
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  Parrott, J. (1)
Jeffrey Parrott. Negative inversion in African American Vernacular English: A case of optional movement?. In Nancy Mae Antrim; Grant Goodall; Martha Schulte-Nafeh; and Vida Samiian., editor(s), Proceedings of the twenty-eighth Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL 99), volume 11, pages 414–427. Department of Linguistics, California State University, Fresno, 2000.
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  Rickford, J. (1)
Peter Sells; John Rickford; and Thomas Wasow. An Optimality Theoretic approach to variation in negative inversion in AAVE. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, 14(3): 591–627. 1996.
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  Robins, C. (1)
William Labov; Paul Cohen; Clarence Robins; and John Lewis. A study of the non-standard English of Negro and Puerto Rican speakers in New York City. Vol. 1: Phonological and grammatical analysis. Technical Report CRP-3288, Columbia University, New York, 1968.
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  Salmon, W. (1)
William Salmon. Negative Auxiliaries and Absent Expletives in Vernacular Texas English. February 2017.
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  Sells, P. (1)
Peter Sells; John Rickford; and Thomas Wasow. An Optimality Theoretic approach to variation in negative inversion in AAVE. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, 14(3): 591–627. 1996.
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  Tortora, C. (1)
Christina Tortora; and Marcel den Dikken. Subject agreement variation: Support for the configurational approach. Lingua, 120(5): 1089–1108. May 2010.
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  Wasow, T. (1)
Peter Sells; John Rickford; and Thomas Wasow. An Optimality Theoretic approach to variation in negative inversion in AAVE. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, 14(3): 591–627. 1996.
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  Weldon, T. (1)
Tracy Weldon. An HPSG account of negative inversion in African-American Vernacular English. 1994.
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  White-Sustaita, J. (1)
Jessica White-Sustaita. Reconsidering the syntax of non-canonical negative inversion. English Language and Linguistics, 14(03): 429–455. November 2010.
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  Wolfram, W. (2)
Walt Wolfram; and Donna Christian. Appalachian speech. Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, D.C., 1976.
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Stefan Martin; and Walt Wolfram. The sentence 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 11–36. Routledge, London, 1998.
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