LINGUIST List 9.1768

Fri Dec 11 1998

Books: Phonetics & Phonology

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Message 1: Phonetics & Phonology from Oxford University Press

Date: Fri, 11 Dec 1998 10:04:09 -0500
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Subject: Phonetics & Phonology from Oxford University Press

Mike Davenport and S. J. Hannahs, both at University of Durham
This book provides a basic introduction to the fundamental concepts on
phonetics and phonology, the foundation of most courses in linguistics.
The reader is introduced first to articulatory and acoustic phonetics, and
then follows a smooth progression in sections on phonology. The book
highlights throughout the links between the two subjects and each
chapter ends with a set of exercises and suggestions for further
reading. The primary source of data is from both General American and
Received Pronunciation.
(An Arnold Publication)
December 1998 208 pp.; 38 linecuts
0-340-66217-4 paper $19.95
0-340-66218-2 cloth $70.00
Oxford University Press
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