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LINGUIST List 18.759

Mon Mar 12 2007

FYI: Reviewers for J of the Int'l Phonetic Association

Editor for this issue: Dan Parker <danlinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Linda Shockey, Reviewers for J of the Int'l Phonetic Association

Message 1: Reviewers for J of the Int'l Phonetic Association
Date: 09-Mar-2007
From: Linda Shockey <l.shockeyreading.ac.uk>
Subject: Reviewers for J of the Int'l Phonetic Association

The following books are available for review for the Journal of the
International Phonetic Association, a CUP journal now published three times
yearly. If you would like to review one of these books, please contact

Reviews are published at the discretion of the editors.

Jean Abitbol, Odyssey of the Voice (Tr. Crossley), Plural 2006

James Dean Brown and Kimi Kondo-Brown, Perspectives on Teaching Connected
Speech to Second Language Speakers, University of Hawaii Press, 2007

Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kolaczyk and Joanna Przedlacka (eds), English
Pronunciation Models: A Changing Scene, Peter Lang 2006

de Lacy, P. (ed), The Cambridge Handbook of Phonology, CUP, 2007

Nicole Muller (ed), Multilayered Transcription, Plural 2006

Pennington, Martha C. (ed) , Phonology in Context (Palgrave Advances in
Linguistics), Palgrave 2007

Mark Tatham and Katherine Morton, Speech Production and
Perception, Palgrave, 2006

John Wells, English Intonation: An Introduction, CUP 2006

Walt Wolfram and Ben Ward, American Voices, Blackwell, 2006

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics

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