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LINGUIST List 18.550

Mon Feb 19 2007

Books: Phonetics/Phonology: Hardcastle, Hewlett (Eds)

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        1.    Daniel Davies, Coarticulation: Hardcastle, Hewlett (Eds)

Message 1: Coarticulation: Hardcastle, Hewlett (Eds)
Date: 16-Feb-2007
From: Daniel Davies <ddaviescambridge.org>
Subject: Coarticulation: Hardcastle, Hewlett (Eds)

Title: Coarticulation
Subtitle: Theory, data and techniques
Series Title: Cambridge Studies in Speech Science and Communication
Published: 2006
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Editor: William J Hardcastle
Editor: Nigel Hewlett
Hardback: ISBN: 0521440270 Pages: 400 Price: U.S. $ 99.00 Comment: ISBN-13: 9780521440271
Paperback: ISBN: 0521029856 Pages: 400 Price: U.K. £ 33.00 Comment: ISBN-13: 9780521029858
Paperback: ISBN: 0521029856 Pages: 400 Price: U.S. $ 58.00 Comment: ISBN-13: 9780521029858

The variation that a speech sound undergoes under the influence of
neighbouring sounds has acquired the well-established label coarticulation.
The phenomenon of coarticulation has become a central problem in the theory
of speech production. Much experimental work has been directed towards
discovering its characteristics, its extent and its occurrence across
different languages. This book is a major study of coarticulation by a team
of international researchers. It provides a definitive account of the
experimental findings to date, together with discussions of their
implications for modelling the process of speech production. Different
components of the speech production system (larynx, tongue, jaw, etc.)
require different techniques for investigation and a whole section of this
book is devoted to a description of the experimental techniques currently
used. Other chapters offer a theoretically sophisticated discussion of the
implications of coarticulation for the phonology-phonetics interface.

List of figures;

List of tables;

List of contributors;


Introduction, William J. Hardcastle and Nigel Hewlett;

Part I. Theories and Models:
1. The origin of coarticulation, Barbara Kühnert and Francis Nolan;
2. Coarticulation models in recent speech production theories, Edda
Farnetani and Daniel Recasens;

Part II. Research Results: Components of the Motor System for Speech:
3. Velopharyngeal coarticulation, Michel Chafcouloff and Alain Marchal;
4. Lingual coarticulation, Daniel Recasens;
5. Laryngeal coarticulation, Philip Hoole, Christer Gobl and Ailbhe Ní
6. Labial coarticulation, Edda Farnetani;
7. Lip and jaw coarticulation, Janet Fletcher and Jonathan Harrington;

Part III. Wider Perspectives:
8. Cross-language studies: relating language-particular coarticulation
patterns to other language-particular facts, Sharon Manuel;
9. Implications for phonological theory, Mary Beckman;

Part IV. Instrumental Techniques:
10. Palatography, Fiona Gibbon and Katerina Nicolaidis;
11. Imaging techniques, Maureen Stone;
12. Electromagnetic articulography, Philip Hoole and Noel Nguyen;
13. Electromyography, William J. Hardcastle;
14. Transducers for investigating velopharyngeal function, Michel Chafcouloff;
15. Techniques for investigating laryngeal articulation, Philip Hoole,
Christer Gobl and Ailbhe Ní Chasaide;
16. Acoustic analysis Daniel Recasens;



Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics

Written In: English (eng )

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