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Author James, Allan R
Title Suprasegmental Phonology and Segmental Form : Segmental Variation in the English of Dutch Speakers
Imprint Tübingen : De Gruyter, Inc., 1986
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Descript 1 online resource (180 pages)
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Series Linguistische Arbeiten Ser. ; v.161
Linguistische Arbeiten Ser
Note Intro -- CHAPTER 1 CONTEXTS OF SEGMENTAL VARIATION IN SECOND LANGUAGE PRONUNCIATION -- 1.0. Introduction -- 1.1. Segmental variation in contrastive phonological research -- 1.1.1. Segmental variants in interlanguage phonology -- 1.1.2. Segmental variant as segmental error in 'projective' contrastive phonology -- 1.1.3. Segmental variation within psycholinguistically oriented models of contrastive phonology -- 1.2. Segmental variation in contrastive linguistic phonetic research -- 1.2.1. Segmental variants in contrastive descriptive phonetics -- 1.2.2. Segmental variants in contrastive pedagogical phonetics -- 1.3. Segmental variation and context in other contrastive research -- 1.4. Formal and functional aspects of contrastive phonological analyses as applied to FL data -- CHAPTER 2 TOWARDS A PHONOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK OF SUPRASEGMENTAL CONTEXT -- 2.0. Introduction -- 2.1. A general view of suprasegmental context within phonological structure -- 2.2. Hierarchical models of phonological structure -- 2.3. Ihe syllable in a phonological hierarchy -- 2.4. Primary and secondary phonological marking systems within the hierarchy -- CHAPTER 3 AN ANALYSIS OF THE SUPRASEGMENTAL CONTEXT OF SEGMENTAL VARIANTS IN FL DATA -- 3.0. Introduction -- 3.1. Suprasegmental context and cross-linguistic identifications -- 3.2. Illustrative data: a sentence utterance -- 3.3. Sample data from continuous speech -- CHAPTER 4 STRENGTH RELATIONS IN SUPRASEGMENTAL PHONOLOGY -- 4.0. Introduction -- 4.1. Conceptions of strength in phonological theory -- 4.2. Strength and metrical phonology -- CHAPTER 5 AN EXTENDED PHONOLOGICAL MODEL OF SUPRASEGMENTAL CONTEXT -- 5.0. Introduction -- 5.1. Features and contrasts in the suprasegmental hierarchy -- 5.2. Loci and foci in phonological representation -- 5.3. The phonetic representation -- 5.4. A typology of the phonological representation
5.5. The status of the phonological description -- 5.6. Grammar and processor in foreign language learning -- Bibliography
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Link Print version: James, Allan R. Suprasegmental Phonology and Segmental Form : Segmental Variation in the English of Dutch Speakers Tübingen : De Gruyter, Inc.,c1986 9783484301610
Subject English language - Study and teaching - Dutch speakers
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