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Journal Title: Journal of the International Phonetic Association
Volume/Issue:   39/1
Date: 2009
Table of Contents: Lengthened affricates as a test case for the phonetics–phonology interface
by Anne Pycha
pp 1-31

Thomas E. Zurinskas, Analysis of the sounds (phonemes) of USA English (Truespel Book 1). Bloomington, IN: Authorhouse, 2004. Pp. x + 135. ISBN 1-4107-6629-2 (pbk)
by Kevin Watson
pp 101-105

Hakka Chinese
by Wai-Sum Lee, Eric Zee
pp 107-111

Luanyjang Dinka
by Bert Remijsen, Caguor Adong Manyang
pp 113-124

Illustrations of the IPA published in JIPA 1998—2008
by pp 125-126

IPA Life Membership
by Katerina Nicolaidis
pp 127-127

A preliminary study of jaw movement in Arrernte consonant production
by Marija Tabain
pp 33-51

Coronal contrasts in Anong
by Ela Thurgood
pp 53-66

An overview of IPA Braille: An updated tactile representation of the International Phonetic Alphabet
by Robert Englebretson
pp 67-86

Juliette Blevins, Evolutionary Phonology: The emergence of sound patterns. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Pp. xix + 366. ISBN: 0-521-80428-0 (hbk).
by Elinor M. Payne
pp 87-94

David B. Pisoni & Robert E. Remez (eds), The handbook of speech perception. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. Pp. xi + 708. ISBN 0-631-22927-2 (hbk)
by Ruben van de Vijver
pp 95-98

Mark Tatham & Katherine Morton, Speech production and perception. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. Pp. xviii + 326. ISBN: 1403917337 (hbk)
by Stefan A. Frisch, Sylvie M. Wodzinski
pp 98-101

IPA volume 39 issue 1 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b8

IPA volume 39 issue 1 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f7

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics
Phonology
Subject Language(s): Arrernte, Eastern
Dinka, Southwestern
English
Chinese, Hakka
 
LL Issue: 20.1078