Corpus ID: 15558897

Corpus phonology with speech resources

@inproceedings{Cole2009CorpusPW,
  title={Corpus phonology with speech resources},
  author={J. Cole},
  year={2009}
}
  • J. Cole
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology
  • 1. Phonetic considerations in phonological research Phonology is concerned with characterizing the sound patterns of language, typically presented in terms of a system of contrastive sound elements (e.g., syllables, segments, features) and the distribution of those sounds in the makeup of phonological words and phrases. This focus on the sound system and the characteristic patterns that arise when sounds combine to form words is what distinguishes the study of phonology from the study of… CONTINUE READING
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