Recent Publications

Oltmann, S.M. (2017). Creating space at the table: Intellectual freedom can bolster diverse voices. Library Quarterly, 87(4), 410-418.

Dragojevic, M., Mastro, D., Giles, H., & Sink, A. (in press). Silencing nonstandard speakers: A content analysis of accent portrayals on American primetime television. Language in Society.

Dragojevic, M., & Giles, H. (In press). I don’t like you because you’re hard to understand: The role of processing fluency in the language attitudes process. Human Communication Research.

Stell, G., & Dragojevic, M. (in press). Multilingual accommodation in Namibia: An examination of six ethnolinguistic groups’ language use in intra- and intergroup Interactions. Journal of Language and Social Psychology.

Gasiorek, J., & Dragojevic, M. (in press). The effects of accumulated nonaccommodation on perceptions of nonaccommodative communication and speakers. Human Communication Research.

Vincze, L., Gasiorek, G., & Dragojevic, M. (in press). Little chance for divergence: The role of interlocutor language constraint in online bilingual accommodation. International Journal of Applied Linguistics.

Gasiorek, J., & Dragojevic, M. (in press). Effects of instrumental success and failure on perceptions of underaccommodative messages and sources. Communication Reports.

Dragojevic, M., Giles, H., Beck, A-C., & Tatum, N. T. (in press). The fluency principle: Why foreign accent strength negatively biases language attitudes. Communication Monographs.

Dragojevic, M., Tatum, N. T., Beck, A-C., & McAninch, K. (in press). Effects of accent strength expectancy violations on language attitudes. Communication Studies.

Gasiorek, J., & Dragojevic, M. (in press). The effects of speaker group membership and stereotypes on responses to accumulated underaccommodation. Journal of Language and Social Psychology.Gasiorek, J., & Dragojevic, M. (in press). The effects of speaker group membership and stereotypes on responses to accumulated underaccommodation. Journal of Language and Social Psychology.

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