Phonetic Analysis of the Stød in Standard Danish

@article{FischerJorgensen1989PhoneticAO,
  title={Phonetic Analysis of the St{\o}d in Standard Danish},
  author={Eli Fischer‐Jorgensen},
  journal={Phonetica},
  year={1989},
  volume={46},
  pages={1 - 59}
}
Abstract This paper presents an acoustic and physiological analysis of the Danish ‘stød’ with an introduction on its phonological role and distribution. The stød is a prosodic feature bound to definite syllables in certain word types and connected to the latter part of the syllable. Phonetically it is a phonation type related to creaky voice. The first part of the syllable is characterized acoustically by a higher pitch level and often a higher intensity level than syllables without stød, and… Expand
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