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Full Title: Special Session on Interphonology
         
Location: Aix en Provence, France
Start Date: 31-May-2013 - 31-May-2013
Contact: Véronique Lacoste
Meeting Email: click here to access email
Meeting Description: This special session offers to investigate the phonetic and phonological systems developed by non-native speakers/learners of English who have command of English either as a foreign language (EFL) or a second language (ESL) in various parts of the world and in different contexts of communication. Interphonology will be discussed both as a theoretical, linguistic construct and empirically by looking into aspects of the learners’ new phonological system, while in the process of establishing itself or when it has already been stabilised and/or regularised. Inter-speaker and intra-speaker variation will also be central to our study of interphonology to understand, for instance, how segmental variability is integrated in the newly developed phonological system and how the phonologies of two (or more) languages at work mutually influence each other. Finally, this panel hopes to bring together scholars from the field of variationist sociolinguistics and scholars from a more formal linguistic tradition to deepen our appreciation of interphonology as a phenomenon specifically from a learner’s perspective.
Linguistic Subfield: Language Acquisition; Phonetics; Phonology; Sociolinguistics
Subject Language: English
LL Issue: 24.639

This is a session of the following meeting:
Spoken English Corpora: From Annotation to Interphonologies

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