• Psychology
  • Published 2011

Japanese Pitch Accent Acquisition by Learners of Japanese: Effects of Training on Japanese Accent Instruction, Perception, and Production.

@inproceedings{HiranoCook2011JapanesePA,
  title={Japanese Pitch Accent Acquisition by Learners of Japanese: Effects of Training on Japanese Accent Instruction, Perception, and Production.},
  author={Erika Hirano-Cook},
  year={2011}
}
iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENT v TABLE OF CONTENTS vi LIST OF TABLES ix LIST OF FIGURES x CHAPTER ONE 1 1.1 Research Purpose 3 1.2 Organization of the Dissertation 4 CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW 6 2.1 Japanese Pitch Accent 6 2.2 Japanese Pitch Accent and L2 learners of Japanese 11 2.2.1 L2 learners‟ Perception of Japanese Pitch Accent 11 2.2.2 Japanese Pitch Accent and Heavy Syllable in L2 learners‟ Perception 13 2.2.3 L2 learners‟ Production of Japanese Pitch Accent 15 2.3 Pedagogical Framework 17 2.3… CONTINUE READING

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