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Query:   Consonant Effects on Pitch
Author:  Jason Brown
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Phonetics

Summary:   REGARDING QUERY: HTTP://WWW.LINGUISTLIST.ORG/ISSUES/16/16-1804.HTML#2

DEAR LINGUISTS,

THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO RESPONDED TO MY QUERY ABOUT THE EFFECTS THAT VARIOUS
CONSONANT TYPES HAVE ON PITCH IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES. THE KIND INDIVIDUALS
WHO RESPONDED INCLUDE:

JOHN DAVIS
LAURA DOWNING
SUSAN GUION
MICHAEL MARLO
KATIE SCHACK
TAKAHITO SHINYA
IAN WILSON

THE REFERENCES THAT THEY DIRECTED ME TOINCLUDE:

BRADSHAW, MARY M. 1999. A CROSSLINGUISTIC STUDY OF CONSONANT-TONE
INTERACTION. PH.D. DISSERTATION, OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY.

DOWNING, LAURA J. & BRYAN GICK. 2001. VOICELESS TONE DEPRESSORS IN NAMBYA
AND BOTSWANA KALANG’A. IN PROCEEDINGS OF THE 27TH MEETING OF THE BERKELEY
LINGUISTICS SOCIETY, BERKELEY, CA: UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY. 1-11.

GUION, SUSAN G. AND RATREE P. WAYLAND. 2004. AERODYNAMIC COARTICULATION IN
SOUND CHANGE OR HOW ONSET TRILLS CAN CONDITION A FALLING TONE. IN
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2003 TEXAS LINGUISTICS SOCIETY CONFERENCE, ED. AUGUSTINE
AGWUELE, WILLIS WARREN, AND SANG-HOON PARK, 107-115.SOMERVILLE, MA:
CASCADILLA PROCEEDINGS PROJECT.

MADDIESON, IAN. 1997. PHONETIC UNIVERSALS. IN THE HANDBOOK OF PHONETIC
SCIENCES, ED W. HARDCASTLE AND J. LAVER. OXFORD: BLACKWELL, PP. 619-639.

SCHACK, KATRINA. 2003. TONAL PHONOLOGY IN KAM. M.A. THESIS, UNIVERSITY OF
TEXAS AT ARLINGTON.

KINGSTON, JOHN & RANDY L. DIEHL. 1994. PHONETIC KNOWLEDGE. LANGUAGE 70:419-454.

WAYLAND, R.P. & GUION, S.G. TO APPEAR. SOUND CHANGES FOLLOWING THE LOSS OF
/R/ IN KHMER: A NEW TONOGENETIC MECHANISM? MON-KHMER STUDIES.

AND OF COURSE, THE REFERENCES CITED WITHIN THESE SOURCES.

THANKS AGAIN FOR EVERYONE'S HELP!
JASON BROWN

LL Issue: 16.1958
Date Posted: 24-Jun-2005
Original Query: Read original query