Book Chapters

  1. Fagyal, Zs. (under review). “Social-interactional meaning and the affrication of plosives in adolescent peer-group interactions in a multiethnic urban vernacular of French,” In: Morand, A-M., Schmid, S. and Schwab, S. (eds.), The Sounds of European Multiethnolects, Philadelphia, John Benjamins, invited, expected in 2023.

  2. Fagyal, Zs. (2022). “Standardization and language regimes in Western Europe: the case of France, Spain, and the United Kingdom.” In: Mufwene, S. and Escobar, A-M. (eds.) Cambridge Handbook of Language Contact, volume 2, chapter 37, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 228-253. https://bit.ly/30ea9lE. For a pre-print copy, click here.

  3. Fagyal, Zs. and Davidson, J. (2021). “Sociophonetics,” chapter 11. In: Gabriel, C., Randall, G., and Meisenburg, T. (eds). Manual of Romance phonetics and phonology, Berlin, New York: De Gruyter, 343-374. For a pre-print copy, click here.

  4. Fagyal, Zs. (2015). “Sociolinguistic variation and pluricentricity.” In: Potowski, K. & Bugel, T. (eds.), Sociolinguistic change across the Spanish-speaking world: Case studies in honor of Anna María Escobar. New York, NY: Peter Lang, 215-220, for a pre-print copy, click here.

  5. Murdoch, A. & Fagyal, Zs. eds. (2013). “Introduction: Francophonie from a Geo-cultural Perspective.” In Francophone Cultures and Geographies of Identity. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2-11, for an electronic copy, click here.

  6. Fagyal, Zs. & Stewart, C. (2011). “Prosodic style-shifting in preadolescent peer-group interactions in a working-class suburb of Paris.”  In: Kern, F. and Selting, M. (eds.) Ethnic Styles of Speaking in European Metropolitan Areas. Studies in Language Variation series, Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 75-99, for an electronic copy, click here.

  7. Yaeger-Dror, M. & Fagyal, Z. (2011). “Analyzing prosody: best practices for the analysis of prosody (Chapter 10).” Sociophonetics: a student’s guide. Ed. Marianna Di Paolo and Malcah Yaeger-Dror. London, New York: Routledge, 119-130, for an electronic copy, click here.

  8. Carignan, C. & Fagyal, Z., (2010), V-to-V assimilation in trisyllabic words in French: evidence for gradience and locality. In: Colina, Sonia, Antxon Olarrea and Ana Maria Carvalho (eds.), Selected Proceedings of the 39th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, March 2009, University of Arizona, Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 25–42, for an electronic copy, click here.

  9. Fagyal, Zs. (2010). Rhythm types and the speech of working-class youth in a banlieue of Paris: the role of vowel elision and devoicing. In: Preston, Dennis, R. and Niedzielski, Nancy (in press). A Reader in Sociophonetics, Part I., Chapter 4, Phonetic variation and social identity, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 91-132, for an electronic copy, click here.

  10. Miller, J. & Fagyal, Zs. (2005). Phonetic cues to common and special cases of liaison. Looking for a prosodic domain. In: Gess, Randal, S. and Rubin, Edward, J. Theoretical and Experimental Approaches to Romance Linguistics: Selected papers from the 34th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), Salt-Lae City, Utah. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 179-196, for an electronic copy, click here.

  11. Fagyal, Zs. (2002). Intonation in utterance-medial parentheticals and the syntax-phonology interface in French. In: Andronis, Mary, Christopher Ball, Heidi Elston and Sylvain Neuvel (eds.) CLS 37: The Main SessionPapers from the 37th Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Vol. 1. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, 149-160, for an electronic copy, click here.

  12. Fagyal, Zs. (2000). Le retour du e final en français parisien: changement phonétique conditionné par la prosodie. in: Englebert, A. – Pierrard, M. – Rosier, L. – Van Raemdonck, D. (eds.), Vivacité et diversité de la variation linguistique. Tübigen: Max Niemeyer, tome III., 151-160, for an electronic copy, click here.

  13. Fagyal, Zs. (1999). A francia szótag fonetikai szerkezete és a szótagoló automata. [Phonetic structure of French syllables and automatic syllabification.] in: Kassai I. (ed.), A szótagfogalom – szótagrealizációk. [The syllable: structure and function.], Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 177-192.

  14. Fagyal, Zs. & Kassai, I. (1995). The Hungarian Language: An Outline. in: E. Kovacevic (ed.), Language and language communication barriers: Research and Theoretical Perspectives in Three European Languages. University of Zagreb, Croatia, 191-197.

  15. Fagyal, Zs. (1994a). Le style vocal de Marguerite Duras [The speaking style of Marguerite Duras]. in: A. Vircondelet (ed.), Marguerite Duras: Rencontres de Cerisy [Marguerite Duras: Meetings in Cerisy]. Édition Écriture, Paris, 69-82.