dr. C.S. (Charlotte) Gooskens

Associate Professor with ius promovendi

dr. C.S. (Charlotte) Gooskens
E-mail:
c.s.gooskens rug.nl

Research

  1. 2019
  2. Gooskens, C. (2019). Receptive multilingualism. In S. montanari, & S. Quay (Eds.), Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Multilingualism: The fundamentals (pp. 149-174). (Language Contact and Bilingualism). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. https://doi.org/10.1515/9781501507984-008
  3. Ozek, F., Salam, & Gooskens, C. (2019). The mutual intelligibility of a Kurdish and a Zazaki dialect spoken in the province of Elazığ, Turkey. Paper presented at Experimental Approaches to Production and Perception of Language Variation, Munster, Germany.
  4. 2018
  5. Gooskens, C. (2018). Dialect intelligibility. In C. Boberg, J. Nerbonne, & D. Watt (Eds.), Handbook of Dialectology (pp. 204-218). (Blackwell Handbooks in linguistics). Wiley.
  6. 2017
  7. van Heuven, V., & Gooskens, C. (2017). An acoustic analysis of English vowels produced by speakers of seven different native-language backgrounds. In From semantics to dialectometry : Festschrift in honor of John Nerbonne (pp. 137-147). (Tributes; Vol. 32). UK: College Publications.
  8. Schüppert, A., Heeringa, W., Golubovic, J., & Gooskens, C. (2017). Write as you speak? A cross-linguistic investigation of orthographic transparency in 16 Germanic, Romance and Slavic languages. In From semantics to dialectometry: Festschrift in honor of John Nerbonne (Vol. 32, pp. 303-313). College Publications.
  9. 2016
  10. ten Thije, J. D., Gooskens, C., Daems, F., Cornips, L., & Smits, M. M. M. (2016, May). Luistertaal: Positionpaper inzake de Skills Agenda van de Europese Commissie. The Hague: Nederlandse Taalunie.
  11. Gooskens, C., Hilton, N., & Schüppert, A. (2016). Is Swedish more beautiful than Danish? - A matched-guise investigation. In Nooit het Noorden kwijt: Liber amicorum ter ere van Godelieve Laureys (pp. 165-188). Universiteit van Gent.
  12. 2015
  13. Swarte, F., Schüppert, A., & Gooskens, C. (2015). Does German help speakers of Dutch to understand written and spoken Danish words? - The role of second language knowledge in decoding an unknown but related language. In G. De Angelis, U. Jessner, & M. Kresic (Eds.), Crosslinguistic influence and crosslinguistic interaction in multilingual language learning (pp. 173-197). Bloomsbury.
  14. van Heuven, V., Gooskens, C., & van Bezooijen, R. (2015). Introducing Micrela: Predicting mutual intelligibility between related languages in Europe. In J. Navracsics , & S. Bátyi (Eds.), First and second language: interdisciplinary approaches (pp. 127-145). (Studies in Psycholinguistics ; Vol. 6). Tinta könyvkiadó.
  15. 2014
  16. Gooskens, C., & van Bezooijen, R. (2014). The effect of pause insertion on the intelligibility of Danish among Swedes. In J. Caspers, Y. Chen, W. Heeren, J. Pacilly, N. O. Schiller , & E. V. van Zanten (Eds.), Above and Beyond the Segments: Experimental linguistics and phonetics (pp. 96-108). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishers.
  17. 2013
  18. Nerbonne, J., van Ommen, S., Gooskens, C., Impe, L., & Kürschner, S. (2013). A corpus of regional Dutch speech. In C. Gooskens, & R. van Bezooijen (Eds.), Phonetics in Europe: Perception and Production (pp. 205-231). Frankfurt a. M.: P.I.E. - Peter Lang.
  19. Gooskens, C., & van Bezooijen, R. (2013). Explaining Danish-Swedish asymmetric word intelligibility: An error analysis. In C. Gooskens, & R. van Bezooijen (Eds.), Phonetics in Europe: Perception and Production (pp. 59-82). Frankfurt a. M.: P.I.E. - Peter Lang.
  20. Hilton, N. H., & Gooskens, C. (2013). Language policies and attitudes towards Frisian in the Netherlands. In C. Gooskens, & R. van Bezooijen (Eds.), Phonetics in Europe: Perception and Production (pp. 139-157). Frankfurt a. M.: P.I.E. - Peter Lang.
  21. Heeringa, W., Golubovic, J., Gooskens, C., Schüppert, A., Swarte, F., & Voigt, S. (2013). Lexical and orthographic distances between Germanic, Romance and Slavic languages and their relationship to geographic distance. In C. Gooskens, & R. van Bezooijen (Eds.), Phonetics in Europe: Perception and Production (pp. 99-137). Frankfurt a. M.: P.I.E. - Peter Lang.
  22. Nerbonne, J., van Ommen, S., Gooskens, C., & Wieling, M. (2013). Measuring socially motivated pronunciation differences. In L. Borin, & A. Saxena (Eds.), Approaches to Measuring Linguistic Differences (pp. 107-141). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.
  23. Gooskens, C. (2013). Methods for measuring intelligibility of closely related language varieties. In R. Bayley, R. Cameron, & C. Lucas (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Sociolinguistics (pp. 195-213). Oxford: Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199744084.013.0010
  24. Gooskens, C., & van Bezooijen, R. (2013). On the similarity between the oystercatcher and Vincent van Heuven. In C. Gooskens, & R. van Bezooijen (Eds.), Phonetics in Europe: Perception and Production (pp. 7-9). Frankfurt a. M.: P.I.E. - Peter Lang.
  25. Gooskens, C., van Bezooijen, R., & Nerbonne, J. (2013). Perception of geographically conditioned linguistic variation. In J. Taeldeman, & F. Hinskens (Eds.), Language and space (pp. 567-586). The Hague: De Gruyter Mouton.
  26. Gooskens, C., & van Bezooijen, R. (2013). Phonetics in Europe: Perception and Production. Frankfurt a. M.: P.I.E. - Peter Lang.
  27. Gooskens, C., & Hilton, N. H. (2013). The effect of social factors on the comprehension of a closely related language. In J-M. Tirkkonen, & E. Anttikoski (Eds.), Proceedings of the 24th Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics (pp. 201-210). University of Eastern Finland.
  28. 2012
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