Dick Smakman is a University Lecturer at the Centre for Linguistics.
Fields of interest
sociolinguistics; phonetics; language variation; language learning; language teaching
language variation, language use, language teaching, language learning
sociolinguistics; language acquisition (theory and practice)
1996-2001: PhD track, Sociolinguistics, Nijmegen University; PhD in 2006
1997-1998: English Language & Literature, Amsterdam University (UvA); MA in 1998
1994-1995: Linguistics, Nijmegen University; MA in 1995
1992-1994: Linguistics, Durham University, England
1990-1992: English Language & Literature, Nijmegen University
- Smakman, D. (2012)
The definition of the standard language: a survey in seven countries. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 218, pp. 25-58.
- Botma, E.D. & Sebregts, K & Smakman, D. (2012)
The phonetics and phonology of Dutch mid vowels before /l/. Laboratory Phonology, 3 (2), pp. 273-298.
- Smakman, D. & Korzilius, H. & Meurs, F., van & Neerven, E., van (2009)
English words and phrases in radio commercials in the Netherlands: Their use and effects. ESP Across Cultures, 6, pp. 107-128.
- Smith-Christmas, C. & Smakman, D. (2009)
Gaelic on Skye: Older speakers' identity in a language-shift situation. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 2009 (200), pp. 27-47.
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