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Doing Phonetics An Introduction to English and General Phonetics

 
지은이 : John Stonham
출판사 : kyung moon
판수 : 1판
페이지수 : 304
ISBN : 978-89-6105-515-4
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He received Ph.D. In 1990 from Stanford University and is currently Professor of Linguistics at Pukyong National University in Busan, South Korea.
Before coming to Korea in 2006, he was Reader (Professor) in Linguistics at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Over the past 20 years, he has also taught at Stanford University, the University of Maryland, the University of Ottawa, and the University of Hong Kong. 

He is the author or co-author of eight books on various aspects of linguistics, as well as numerous articles, primarily in the areas of phonetics, phonology and morphology. His most recent books include Linguistic Theory and Complex Words (Palgrave, 2004), Morphology, 2nd ed. (Palgrave, 2006, with Francis Katamba), and Introduction to


Phonology (Hankuk Munhwasa, 2009).


List of Tables xiii
Preface xv
Abbreviations xvii
I General Phonetics
1.Introduction
1.1 Scope and Format
1.2 Readership
1.3 Software and Equipment
1.4 Data Sources
1.5 Terminology and Notation
1.6 A Special Note on the Transcription of Korean
1.7 A Final Word

2 Speech Anatomy and Physiology
2.1 Speech-related Properties 
2.2 Speech Production
2.2.1 The Subglottal Component
2.2.2 The Laryngeal Component
2.2.3 The Supralaryngeal Component
2.3 Hearing
2.3.1 Anatomy of the Ear
2.3.2 The Hearing Process
2.4 Conclusion

3 Acoustic Phonetics
3.1 The Physics of Sound 
3.1.1 The Transmission of Sound 
3.1.2 Waveform Characteristics 
3.2 Equipment for Phonetic Analysis 
3.2.1 Digitizing Sound 
3.2.2 Acoustic Analysis Software 
3.3 Reading Spectrograms 

4. Applications of Phonetics
4.1 Phonetic Transcription
4.1.1 The International Phonetic Alphabet 
4.1.2 Alternatives to the IPA 
4.1.3 Using Hangul for Phonetic Transcription 
4.2 Other Forms of Representation 
4.2.1 Romanization 
4.2.2 Hangulization
4.3 Phonetic Fieldwork
4.4 Speech Recognition and Synthesis 
4.5 Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology 
4.6 Forensic Phonetics 

II The Study of Sounds
5 Vowels and other Syllabic Segments
5.1 The Nature of Vowels
5.2 Vowel Criteria
5.3 Cardinal Vowels 
5.4 Acoustic Properties of Vowels
5.4.1 Vowel Place and Formants 
5.4.2 Vowel Rounding and F3
5.5 Secondary Articulations 
5.5.1 Vowel Length
5.5.2 Tense/Lax Distinctions
5.5.3 Advanced Tongue Root (ATR)
5.5.4 Nasalization 
5.6 Diphthongs
5.7 Syllabic Sonorants
5.7.1 Relationship to Vowels
5.7.2 Tone on Syllabic Consonants
5.7.3 Acoustic Properties of Syllabic Sonorants

6 Consonants I
6.1 Airstream Mechanism 
6.1.1 Egressive versus Ingressive Air
6.1.2 Pulmonic Action 
6.1.3 Glottalic Action
6.1.4 Velaric Action 
6.2 States of the Glott|is
6.2.1 Open versus Closed Glott|is
6.2.2 Vibration
6.3 Manners of Articulation
6.3.1 Plosives
6.3.2 Fricatives 
6.3.3 Affricates
6.3.4 Nasals
6.3.5 Approximants
6.4 Analyzing Consonants
6.4.1 Voicing 
6.4.2 Properties of Plosives versus Fricatives
6.4.3 The Nature of Nasals
6.4.4 Approximants

7 Consonants II
7.1 Places of Articulation .
7.1.1 Labial Sounds
7.1.2 Dental Sounds
7.1.3 Alveolar Sounds
7.1.4 Palatal Sounds
7.1.5 Retroflex Sounds
7.1.6 Velar Sounds 
7.1.7 Uvular Sounds
7.1.8 Pharyngeal Sounds
7.1.9 Glottal Sounds
7.2 Secondary Articulations
7.2.1 Gemination
7.2.2 Aspiration
7.2.3 Palatalization
7.2.4 Labialization
7.2.5 Glottalization
7.2.6 Velarization
7.3 Acoustic Properties of Consonant Place
7.3.1 Labials
7.3.2 Alveolars
7.3.3 Velars 

8 Prosodic Analysis
8.1 Tone
8.1.1 Pitch 
8.1.2 Analyzing Tone
8.2 Stress
8.2.1 Acoustic Correlates of Stress
8.2.2 Analyzing Stress 
8.3 Pitch Accent
8.4 Intonation

III The Sounds of English
9 English Vowels
9.1 The Vowels of English
9.1.1 Vowel Length in English
9.1.2 The Short Vowels
9.1.3 The Long Vowels
9.1.4 Acoustic Properties of English Vowels
9.2 English Diphthongs
9.3 Syllabic Sonorants in English

10 English Obstruents
10.1 English Plosives
10.1.1 Labial Plosives
10.1.2 Alveolar Plosives
10.1.3 Velar Plosives 
10.1.4 Glottal Stop
10.2 English Fricatives 
10.2.1 Labiodental Fricatives
10.2.2 Interdental Fricatives
10.2.3 Alveolar Fricatives 
10.2.4 Alveo-Palatal Fricatives
10.2.5 Glottal Fricative
10.2.6 Sibilants
10.3 English Affricates

11 English Sonorants
11.1 Nasal Stops
11.1.1 Acoustic Correlates of Nasals
11.1.2 Syllabic Nasals
11.2 Rhotics
11.2.1 Acoustic Correlates of Rhotics
11.2.2 Syllabic Rhotics
11.2.3 Linking [] and Intrusive []
11.2.4 The Northumbrian Burr
11.3 Laterals
11.3.1 Acoustic Correlates of Laterals
11.3.2 Syllabic Laterals 
11.3.3 Intrusive [l] 
11.4 Semivowels
11.4.1 [ ]
11.4.2 Acoustic Correlates of Semivowels 

12 English Stress
12.1 English Stress Assignment
12.1.1 Syllable Structure 
12.1.2 Non-phonetic Factors
12.1.3 Compound Words and Stress 
12.2 Acoustic Correlates of Stress in English 
12.2.1. Simple Words
12.2.2 Non-phonetic Stress Assignment 
12.2.3 Stress in Compounds
12.2.4 Vowel Reduction
12.3 Stress in British and American English

Glossary
Bibliography
Index

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