15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS-15)
This paper presents the results of an acoustic analysis of /s/ as produced by a socially-stratified sample of 31 speakers of Glaswegian. Single spectral and whole spectrum measures together confirm a consistent effect of sex, whilst interactions of age and class in the same measures suggest that acoustic patterns indexical of gender are also present.
Bibliographic reference. Stuart-Smith, Jane / Timmins, Claire / Wrench, Alan A. (2003): "Sex and gender differences in Glaswegian /s/", In ICPhS-15, 1851-1854.