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Description: This repository contains data and materials from a project examining the speech production of Boston-based Asian Americans, the Asian Americans in Boston (AAiB) Project. Aspects of this project are reported in Fang and Chang (2020a,b), Bombardo and Chang (2020), Dionne and Chang (2021, 2022), Chang and Dionne (2022), Fraser and Chang (2023), and Rigor and Chang (2023); see wiki for full references and links.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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Materials for AAiB

Materials for the Asian Americans in Boston (AAiB) Project that are shareable (not under others' copyright) according to the study's IRB protocol: (1)...

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Datasets for Chang & Dionne (2022), Dionne & Chang (2021)

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Dataset for Chang & Fraser (2023), Fraser & Chang (2023)

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