The organization of Japanese prosody

@inproceedings{Kubozono1987TheOO,
  title={The organization of Japanese prosody},
  author={Haruo Kubozono},
  year={1987}
}
This thesis is an experimental phonological study of pitch in Tokyo Japanese. It comprises five chapters all discussing prosodic processes and phenomena relating to accent, tone or intonation on the basis of experimental evidence. The discussion in each chapter is developed essentially in the following three steps: (i) a critical review or overview of the past work on the subject discussed in the chapter or section; (ii) presentation of new evidence mostly from instrumental experiments; (iii) a… CONTINUE READING

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