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    Zimman, Lal 2018. Transgender voices: Insights on identity, embodiment, and the gender of the voice. Language and Linguistics Compass, p. e12284.

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11 - Sociolinguistic Agency and the Gendered Voice: Metalinguistic Negotiations of Vocal Masculinization among Female-to-Male Transgender Speakers

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