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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. The focus is on the well-known three-way distinction amongExpand
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A Phonological Model of French Intonation
French intonation has been characterized as having a sequence of rising pitch movements. Recently, this intonation pattern has been phonologically analysed by several researchers such as Hirst and DiExpand
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The phonetics and phonology of Korean prosody
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Prosodic typology : the phonology of intonation and phrasing
1. Introduction 2. The Intonational Phonology of European Portuguese 3. The Intonational Phonology of Catalan 4. The Intonational Phonology of Bangladeshi Standard Bengali 5. The IntonationalExpand
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Overhearing a Language During Childhood
Despite its significance for understanding of language acquisition, the role of childhood language experience has been examined only in linguistic deprivation studies focusing on what cannot beExpand
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K-Tobi (Korean ToBI) Labelling Conventions
K-ToBI (Korean TOnes and Break Indices) is a prosodic transcription convention for standard (Seoul) Korean. It is based on the design principles of the original English ToBI (see Silverman et al.,Expand
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The Accentual Phrase in the Korean prosodic hierarchy
A universal characteristic of speech is that utterances are generally broken down phonologically into smaller phrases which are marked by suprasegmental features such as intonational events and/orExpand
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Intonational phonology of French: Developing a ToBI system for French
The aim of the chapter is to propose a ToBI transcription system for French, F_ToBI. The system is designed in such a way as to (i) be (surface) transparent and easily learnable by researchersExpand
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Korean Intonational Phonology and Prosodic Transcription
This chapter presents an overview of Korean intonational structure and the most updated version of K-ToBI (Korean Tones and Break Indices) transcription conventions. Korean in this paper refers toExpand
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Holding on to childhood language memory
While early language experience seems crucial for mastering phonology, it remains unclear whether there are lasting benefits of speaking a language regularly during childhood if the quantity andExpand
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