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The sounds of the world's languages
List of Figures. List of Tables. Acknowledgments. 1. The Sounds of the Worlda s Languages. 2. Places of Articulation. 3. Stops. 4. Nasals and Nasalized Consonants. 5. Fricatives. 6. Laterals. 7.Expand
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A course in phonetics
Part I Introductory concepts: articulatory phonetics phonology and phonetic transcription. Part II English phonetics: the Consonants of English English vowels English words and sentences. Part IIIExpand
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Variation and universals in VOT: evidence from 18 languages
We show that most, but not all, of the within language place of articulation variation can be described by universally applicable phonetic rules (although the physiological bases for these rules are not entirely clear). Expand
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Acoustic and aerodynamic correlates of Korean stops and fricatives
This study examines acoustic and aerodynamic characteristics of consonants in standard Korean and in Cheju, an endangered Korean language. Expand
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Phonation types: a cross-linguistic overview
Cross-linguistic investigation suggests that this phonation continuum can be defined in terms of a recurring set of articulatory, acoustic, and timing properties. Expand
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Information Conveyed by Vowels
Most speech sounds may be said to convey three kinds of information: linguistic information which enables the listener to identify the words that are being used; socio‐linguistic information, whichExpand
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Preliminaries to linguistic phonetics
JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive. We use information technology andExpand
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Phonetic Data Analysis: An Introduction to Fieldwork and Instrumental Techniques
Preface. Acknowledgments. 1. Recording The Sounds Of A Language:. Deciding What To Record. Finding Speakers. Recording Systems. Making A Recording. Digital Recording. Listening To Recordings. FieldExpand
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Factor analysis of tongue shapes.
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Vowels and Consonants
This popular introduction to phonetics describes how languages use a variety of different sounds, many of them quite unlike any that occur in well-known languages. Peter Ladefoged rightly earned hisExpand
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