Approaches to the Study of Sound Structure and Speech: Interdisciplinary Work in Honour of Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kolaczyk

Author:   Magdalena Wrembel ,  Agnieszka Kielkiewicz-Janowiak ,  Piotr Gasiorowski
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
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9780367337605


Pages:   384
Publication Date:   24 October 2019
Format:   Hardback
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Author:   Magdalena Wrembel ,  Agnieszka Kielkiewicz-Janowiak ,  Piotr Gasiorowski
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
Weight:   0.900kg
ISBN:  

9780367337605


ISBN 10:   0367337606
Pages:   384
Publication Date:   24 October 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Part 1: With Hindsight: Diachronic Approaches 1. The consonants of 19th-century English: Southern Hemisphere evidence 2. Vennemann's Head Law and Basque 3. Social Dialect: The halting of a sound change in Oslo Norwegian revisited 4. Why Early Modern English vowel shortenings may have been morphotactically conditioned after all 5. Palatalisation in Celtic and Slavic languages 6. High Vowel Decomposition in Midwest American English 7. Ex oriente lux: How Nepali helps to understand relict numeral forms in early Indo-European Part 2: On Close Inspection: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches 8. Speech rhythms are physical after all 9. Main differences between German and Russian morphonotactics: a corpus-based study 10. Pholk Phonology 11. Initial clusters and self-contained universals 12. Sounds delicious! 13. Cross-language phonetic relationships account for most, but not all L2 speech learning problems: The role of universal phonetic biases and generalized sensitivities 14. The role of boundaries and typological variation in laryngeal phonology 15. Prosodic and gestural contribution to the flow and interactivity of conversation 16. L1 foreign-accentedness in Polish migrants in the UK: linguistic and social dimensions 17. The Greater Poland Spoken Corpus: data collection, structure and application Part 3: Reality Check: Empirical Approaches 18. The relative Contribution of Consonants and Vowels to Word Recognition in Fluent Speech 19. To what extent is the cerebellum responsible for rhythm properties? An acoustic study with patients with cerebellar dysfunctions 20. Variable rhoticity in the speech of Polish immigrants to England 21. Polish two-consonant clusters. A study in native speakers' phonotactic intuitions 22. ERP correlates of figurative language processing 23. Selected spectral aspects of Polish vowels 24. Applications of electropalatography in L2 pronunciation teaching and phonetic research 25. Competing vowels facilitate the recognition of unfamiliar L2 targets in bilinguals: The role of phonetic experience 26. Areas of external evidence as a testing ground for NAD 27. Testing receptive prosody; a pilot study on Polish children and adults 28. Laryngeal phonology and asymmetrical cross-linguistic phonetic influence 29. Segment frequency in cross-language perspective

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Agnieszka Kielkiewicz-Janowiak is University Professor in the Faculty of English at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland. She has done research and lectured on social dialectology, historical sociolinguistics, discourse analysis as well as language and gender issues. Her current research interests focus on life-span sociolinguistics and the discourse of ageing across cultures. Magdalena Wrembel is University Professor and Head of Studies in the Faculty of English at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland. Her main research areas involve bilingualism and multilingualism, phonological acquisition of the third language and language awareness. Her current work focuses on cross-linguistic influence and longitudinal development of L3 phonology. Piotr Gasiorowski is University Professor in the Faculty of English at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland. His research interests include historical and evolutionary linguistics, theories of language change, dialectology, phonetics and phonology. His current research work focuses on various aspects of Germanic and Indo-European reconstruction as well as Modern English prosody.

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