Research

Books

Lawson, Robert (in preparation). A Violent Vernacular?: A Sociolinguistic Analysis of Glaswegian. To be submitted to Oxford University Press.

Edited books

Lawson, Robert and Sayers, Dave (under contract). Sociolinguistic Research: Application and Impact. Oxon: Routledge.

Lawson, Robert (2014). Sociolinguistics in Scotland. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Journal articles

Lawson, Robert (2014). ‘Don’t even [θ/f/h]ink aboot it’: An ethnographic investigation of social meaning, social identity and (θ) variation in Glasgow. English World Wide, 35 (1).

Lawson, Robert (2013). The construction of ‘tough’ masculinity: Negotiation, resistance, and acceptance. Gender and Language, 7 (3): 369-395.

Lawson, Robert (2011). Patterns of linguistic variation among Glaswegian adolescent males. In Journal of Sociolinguistics, 15 (2): 226 – 255.

Book Chapters

Lawson, Robert (under contract). Sociolinguistics in the public eye: The use of traditional and new media in the reporting of sociolinguistic research. In Robert Lawson and Dave Sayers (eds.), Sociolinguistic Research: Application and Impact. Oxon: Routledge.

Lawson, Robert and Sayers, Dave (under contract). The application and impact of sociolinguistic research. In Robert Lawson and Dave Sayers (eds.), Sociolinguistic Research: Application and Impact. Oxon: Routledge.

Lawson, Robert (2014). Urban masculinities, language and violence. In Tommaso M. Milani (ed.), Language and Masculinities: Performances, Intersections, Dislocations. Oxon: Routledge.

Lawson, Robert (2014). Sexuality and sociophonetics. In Patricia Whelehan and Anne Bolin (eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality. London: Wiley-Blackwell.

Lawson, Robert (2014). Introduction: An overview of language in Scotland. In Robert Lawson (ed.), Sociolinguistics in Scotland, 1-14. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Lawson, Robert (2014). What can ethnography tell us about sociolinguistic variation over time?: Some insights from Glasgow. In Robert Lawson (ed.), Sociolinguistics in Scotland, 197-221. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

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