Carmen Ebner is a guest researcher at the Centre for Linguistics.
Bridging the Unbridgeable
I am currently investigating attitudes towards usage problems in Great Britain with a regional focus on England and the 'Golden triangle' in particular (London-Oxford-Cambridge). In my PhD project Proper English Usage, which is part of the Bridging the Unbridgeable project and supervised by Prof Dr Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade, I apply a sociolinguistic approach to the study of usage attitudes.
My research interests include sociolinguistics, language ideology, language and identity, and language in the media.
PhD student at Leiden University
2011 - 2012:
MLitt in English Language Teaching at University of St. Andrews
2008 - 2011:
BA in English and American Studies at Karl-Franzens University of Graz
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