Tom Wikle
TitleCited byYear
The apparent time construct
G Bailey, T Wikle, J Tillery, L Sand
Language variation and change 3 (3), 241-264, 1991
3581991
Some patterns of linguistic diffusion
G Bailey, T Wikle, J Tillery, L Sand
Language variation and change 5 (3), 359-390, 1993
1991993
The effects of methods on results in dialectology
G Bailey, T Wikle, J Tillery
English World-Wide 18 (1), 35-63, 1997
781997
Worldwide diffusion of the cellular telephone, 1995–2005
JC Comer, TA Wikle
The Professional Geographer 60 (2), 252-269, 2008
672008
Methodology of a survey of Oklahoma dialects
G Bailey, J Tillery, T Wikle
SECOL REVIEW 21, 1-30, 1997
591997
Geographical patterns of membership in US environmental organizations
TA Wikle
The Professional Geographer 47 (1), 41-48, 1995
571995
The emerging GIS degree landscape
TA Wikle, GA Finchum
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 27 (2), 107-122, 2003
382003
Continuing education and competency programmes in GIS
TA Wikle
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 12 (5), 491-507, 1998
381998
Forthcoming.“The Nationalization of a Southernism.”
J Tillery, T Wikle, G Bailey
Journal of English Linguistics, 0
34
The nationalization of a Southernism
J Tillery, T Wikle, G Bailey
Journal of English Linguistics 28 (3), 280-294, 2000
302000
The focus of linguistic innovation in Texas
G Bailey, T Wikle, L Sand
English World-Wide 12 (2), 195-214, 1991
301991
Cellular tower proliferation in the United States
TA Wikle
Geographical Review 92 (1), 45-62, 2002
292002
Demographic change and American dialectology in the twenty-first century
J Tillery, G Bailey, T Wikle
American Speech 79 (3), 227-249, 2004
282004
GIS education through certificate programs
TA Wikle
URISA-WASHINGTON DC- 11, 53-60, 1999
281999
Hard and soft skills in preparing GIS professionals: Comparing perceptions of employers and educators
TA Wikle, TD Fagin
Transactions in GIS 19 (5), 641-652, 2015
272015
Mass fatality management after the Indian Ocean tsunami
B Phillips, D Neal, T Wikle, A Subanthore, S Hyrapiet
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal 17 (5), 681-697, 2008
272008
The linguistic consequences of catastrophic events: An example from the American Southwest
G Bailey, T Wikle, J Tillery, L Sand
Arnold, J., Blake, R., Davidson, B., Schwenter, S. & Soloman, J.(eds.), 435-451, 1996
221996
America's cellular telephone obsession: New geographies of personal communication
TA Wikle
Journal of American & Comparative Cultures 24 (1‐2), 123-128, 2001
212001
The spatial diffusion of linguistic features in Oklahoma
T Wikle
Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 77, 1-15, 1997
211997
GIS course planning: a comparison of syllabi at US college and universities
TA Wikle, TD Fagin
Transactions in GIS 18 (4), 574-585, 2014
182014
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