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Alim, H. Samy. 2015. Hip Hop Nation Language: Localization and Globalization. In Sonja Lanehart (ed). The Oxford Handbook of African American Language. New York: Oxford University Press. 850-863.

Alim, H. S. and Geneva Smitherman. 2012. Articulate While Black: Barack Obama, Language, and Race in the U.S. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Baugh, John. 2015. SWB (Speaking while Black): Linguistic Profiling and Discrimination Based on Speech as a Surrogate for Race against Speakers of African American Vernacular English. In Sonja Lanehart (ed). The Oxford Handbook of African American Language. New York: Oxford University Press. 755-773.

Baugh, John. 2003. Linguistic Profiling. In Sinfree Makoni, Geneva Smitherman, Arnetha F. Ball and Arthur K. Spears (eds.), Black Linguistics: Language Society and Politics in Africa and the Americas. London: Routledge Press.

Charity Hudley, Anne and Christine Mallinson. 2011. Understanding English Language Variation in U.S. Schools. New York: Teachers College Press. 

Eades, Diana. 2010. Sociolinguistics and the Legal Process. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. 

Gupta, A. 2010. African-American English: Teacher beliefs, Teacher Needs and Teacher Preparation Programs. The Reading Matrix, 10(2), 152-164.

Lewis, T. 2015. Exploring Children’s Perceptions of African American English. Florida International University; FIU Digital Commons.

Rickford, J.R. and Sharese King. 2016.  Language and Linguistics on Trial: Hearing Rachel Jeantel (and Other Vernacular Speakers) in the Courtroom and Beyond. Language, 92(4), 948-988.

Seymour, H. N., Roeper, T. and de Villiers, J. G. 2003. DELV-ST (Diagnostic Evaluation of Language Variation) Screening Test. San Antonio TX: The Psychological Corporation.

Wolfram, Walt and Natalie Schilling. 2015. American English: Dialects and Variation, 3rd Edition. Oxford, U.K. and Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Wolfram, Walt, Caroline Myrick, John Forrest and Michael J. Fox. 2016. The Significance of Linguistic Variation in the Speeches of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. American Speech 91 (3), 269-300.