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An Intraspeaker Study of /t/-glottaling in Scottish English
Lifespans and Styles
Recent sociolinguistic research suggests that the previously-stigmatised glottal replacement of /t/ has begun to appear more frequently in more standard varieties of Scots and Scottish English, as well as further south in RP. This study investigates the patterns of /t/-glottaling used by Scottish television presenter Lorraine Kelly and whether her rates of /t/-glottaling differ by interlocutor, by comparing two audio clips where she acts as interviewer and interviewee respectively. Whilst adoi:10.2218/ls.v5i1.2019.3115 fatcat:xbjcjjtayrclrh5aukgcz3zcq4