LINGUIST List 11.694

Tue Mar 28 2000

Books: Phonetics/Phonology, Syntax/Semantics

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Directory

  1. Mike Groseth, Phonetics & Phonology: The Science of Speech, M. J. Ball, J. Rahilly
  2. Mike Groseth, Syntax & Semantics: Agents in Early Welsh and Early Iris, N. M�ller

Message 1: Phonetics & Phonology: The Science of Speech, M. J. Ball, J. Rahilly

Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2000 09:43:24 -0500
From: Mike Groseth <MJGOUP-USA.ORG>
Subject: Phonetics & Phonology: The Science of Speech, M. J. Ball, J. Rahilly


PHONETICS: The Science of Speech

Martin J. Ball, School of Behavioural and Communication Sciences,
University of Ulster, and Joan Rahilly, School of English, The Queen's
University of Belfast

(An Arnold Publication)

This comprehensive introductory textbook is designed primarily for
students of linguistics who are encountering phonetics for the first
time. The book guides the reader through the main sub-areas of
phonetic science which constitute the "speech chain", charting the
progress of speech from speaker to listener.

March 2000 
0-340-70010-6 paper $19.95
0-340-70009-2 cloth $65.00

Oxford University Press
 
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Message 2: Syntax & Semantics: Agents in Early Welsh and Early Iris, N. M�ller

Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2000 09:46:46 -0500
From: Mike Groseth <MJGOUP-USA.ORG>
Subject: Syntax & Semantics: Agents in Early Welsh and Early Iris, N. M�ller

AGENTS IN EARLY WELSH AND EARLY IRISH

Nicole M�ller, University of Wales, Cardiff

This book is the first in-depth investigation of the expression of
agency in verbal noun and impersonal/passive constructions in medieval
Welsh and Irish, drawing on a database of texts from different genres:
narrative, legal, and annalistic. The analysis is primarily
data-oriented, rather than theory-oriented, although it draws on
methods and concepts from functional grammar approaches and cognitive
linguistics.

March 2000 280 pp.
0-19-823587-9 $95.00

Oxford University Press
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