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Journal Title: Journal of the International Phonetic Association
Volume/Issue:   43 / 1
Table of Contents: Speech spectrum analysis. Berlin: Springer, 2011.
by David Deterding
pp 65-66

Illustrations of the IPA published in JIPA 1998–2012
by pp 121-122

Lizu
by Katia Chirkova, Yiya Chen
pp 75-86

Shiwilu (Jebero)
by Pilar M. Valenzuela, Carlos Gussenhoven
pp 97-106

Differences in EPG contact dynamics between voiced and voiceless lingual fricatives
by Marko Liker, Fiona E Gibbon
pp 49-64

IPA Life Membership
by Patricia Keating
pp 123-123

On the articulatory classification of (alveolo)palatal consonants
by Daniel Recasens
pp 1-22

Tena Quichua
by Erin O'Rourke, Tod D. Swanson
pp 107-120

IPA membership by country (2012)
by Patricia Keating
pp 124-124

Effects of dialect on vowel acoustics and intelligibility
by Austin L. Oder, Cynthia G. Clopper, Sarah Hargus Ferguson
pp 23-35

Luxembourgish
by Peter Gilles, Jürgen Trouvain
pp 67-74

In Memoriam
by Patricia Keating
pp 127-127

IPA becomes co-sponsor of two ISCA special interest groups
by Patricia Keating
pp 125-125

An acoustic study of the RP English LOT and THOUGHT vowels
by Jussi Wikström
pp 37-47

IPA volume 43 issue 1 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f6

IPA volume 43 issue 1 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b6

In Memoriam: Jimmy G. Harris (1930–2012)
by John Esling
pp 126-126

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics
Sociolinguistics
 
LL Issue: 24.1492