Use a news database such as ProQuest Newsstand and search for the dialect/accent/region using the suggested terms to get started. Many of these dialects may not have a specific or consistent name, so you will need to consider. Here are a few examples:What does news media have to say about American English dialects, accents and other regional differences? Magazines and newspapers, both in print and online, and their associated blogs, are examples of news media.
Too Many Results?
Experiment with adding one or more of the following terms to narrow your search:
Not Enough Focus?
When using a database, narrow your search using the Subject and Source Type limiters on the search results page. Be sure to click More Options.