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Introducing phonetics and phonology

Introducing phonetics and phonology (41회 대출)

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Davenport, Michael. Hannahs, S. J.
서명 / 저자사항
Introducing phonetics and phonology / Mike Davenport and S.J. Hannahs.
발행사항
London ;   New York :   Arnold ;   New York, NY :   Oxford University Press,   1998.  
형태사항
x, 196 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0340662182 0340662174 (pb)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. [188]-189) and indexes.
일반주제명
Phonetics. Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology. Phonetics. Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology.
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CONTENTS

List of tables = ⅵ

List of figures = ⅶ

Preface = ⅸ

The International Phonetic Alphabet = xi

1. Introduction = 1

 1.1 Phonetics and phonology = 1

 1.2 The generative enterprise = 3

 Further reading = 6

2. Introduction to articulatory phonetics = 7

 2.1 Overview = 8

 2.2 Speech sound classification = 14

 2.3 Supra-segmental structure = 14

 2.4 Consonants vs. vowels = 15

 Further reading = 16

 Exercises = 16

3. Consonants = 18

 3.1 Stops = 19

 3.2 Affricates = 26

 3.3 Fricatives = 27

 3.4 Nasals = 30

 3.5 Liquids = 31

 3.6 Glides = 34

 3.7 An inventory of English consonants = 36

 Further reading = 37

 Exercises = 37

4. Vowels = 39

 4.1 Vowel classification = 39

 4.2 The vowel space and Cardinal Vowels = 40

 4.3 Further classifications = 42

 4.4 The vowels of English = 43

 4.5 Some vowel systems of English = 52

 Further reading = 55

 Exercises = 55

5. Acoustic phonetics = 56

 5.1 Fundamentals = 56

 5.2 Speech sounds = 60

 5.3 Crosslinguistic values = 70

 Further reading = 71

 Exercises = 71

6. Features = 73

 6.1 Segmental composition = 73

 6.2 Phonetic vs. phonological features = 74

 6.3 Charting the features = 76

 6.4 Conclusion = 90

 Further reading = 91

 Exercises = 93

7. Phonemic analysis = 95

 7.1 Sounds that are the same but different = 95

 7.2 Finding phonemes and allophones = 98

 7.3 Linking levels : Rules = 101

 7.4 Choosing the underlying form = 103

 7.5 Summary = 110

 Further reading = 110

 Exercises = 110

8. Phonological alternations, processes and rules = 114

 8.1 Alternations vs. processes vs. rules = 114

 8.2 Alternation types = 115

 8.3 Formal rules and rule writing = 119

 8.4 Overview of phonological operations and rules = 124

 8.5 Summary = 126

 Further reading = 127

 Exercises = 127

9. Phonological structure = 129

 9.1 The need for richer phonological representation = 130

 9.2 Segment internal structure : Feature geometry and underspecification = 133

 9.3 Autosegmental phonology = 138

 9.4 Suprasegmental structure = 144

 9.5 Conclusion = 151

 Further reading = 151

 Exercises = 152

10. Derivational analysis = 154

 10.1 The aims of analysis = 154

 10.2 A derivational analysis of English noun plural formation = 156

 10.3 Extrinsic vs. intrinsic rule ordering = 160

 10.4 Evaluating competing analyses : evidence, economy and plausibility = 162

 10.5 Conclusion = 172

 Further reading = 172

 Exercises = 173

11. Constraining the model = 176

 11.1 Abstractness in analysis = 177

 11.2 Extrinsic and intrinsic rule ordering revisited = 179

 11.3 Constraining the power of the phonological component = 180

 11.4 Conclusion = 186

 Further reading = 187

References = 188

Subject index = 190

Varieties of English index = 193

Language index = 195