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phonetics and phonology of Korean prosody

intonational phonology and prosodic structure
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Garland Pub. , New York, London
Korean language -- Phonology., Korean language -- Accents and accentuation., Korean language -- Intona
StatementSun-Ah Jun.
SeriesOutstanding dissertations in linguistics
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LC ClassificationsPL915 .J86 1996
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Paginationxx, 237 p. :
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Open LibraryOL972907M
ISBN 100815325584
LC Control Number96009790

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Intonational Phonology and Prosodic Structure. By Sun-Ah Jun. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 29 October Pub. location London. PDF | On Jan 1,S A Jun published The Phonetics and Phonology of Korean Prosody: Intonational Phonology and Prosodic Structure | Find, read and.

First published in This book examines the phonetics and phonology of Korean prosody. Based on phonetic experiments, it proposes intonationally marked prosodic constituents above the word which condition various connected speech phenomena.

This title will be. Her research focuses on Intonational Phonology, Laboratory Phonology, Phonology-Syntax interface, and the role of prosody in semantics. Chapter 4 introduces the phonetics and phonology of Korean. In this realm as well, Korean is frequently cited as an unusual example of a language with a three-way distinction among obstruents without a contrast in voicing.

Syllable Theory in Prosodic Phonology Junko Itô () Intonation in Discourse Edited by Catherine Johns-Lewis () The Phonetics and Phonology of Korean Prosody: Intonational Phonology and Prosodic Structure Sun-Ah Jun () On Clitics and Cliticization: The Interaction of Morphology, Phonology, and Syntax Tadeusz Batoìg (   This book illustrates an approach to prosodic typology through the intonational phonology of thirteen typologically different languages and the transcription system of prosody known as Tones and Break Indices (ToBI).

This is the first book introducing the history and principles of this system, and it covers European languages, Asian languages, an Australian aboriginal language, and. ‘Packed with information and extremely readable, this book is simply the most comprehensive and informative book on Korean phonetics and phonology available in English.' Lucien Brown - University of Oregon ‘An excellent introduction and an important source of information about Korean phonetics.

Jun, Sun-Ah() The Phonetics and Phonology of Korean Prosody. About this series Titles in this series The series will publish studies in the general area of Speech Prosody with a particular (but non-exclusive) focus on the importance of phonetics and phonology in this field.

The topic of speech prosody is today a far larger area of research than is often realised. Shakuntala Mahanta specializes in phonology, a branch of linguistics which deals with the human knowledge of sound systems and its organization. As a consequence of working in this specialized area she also works on the interaction of phonology with morphology, phonetics and to.

Jun, Sun-Ah () The Phonetics and Phonology of Korean Prosody: intonational phonology and prosodic structure, Garland Publishing Inc., New York: NY. [The book is published in as Routledge Library Editions: Phonetics and Phonology, Vol, by Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), London & New York] Lee, Sook-hyang & Sun-Ah Jun () Editors.

Prosody, Phonology and Phonetics. Book Series There are 6 volumes in this series. Published - About this series. The series will publish studies in the general area of Speech Prosody with a particular (but non-exclusive) focus on the importance of phonetics and phonology in this field.

This could potentially involve the. The Phonetics and Phonology of Korean Prosody. The Ohio State University. Jun, Suh-Ah. The Phonetics and Phonology of Korean Prosody: Intonational Phonology and Prosodic & Francis.

Karlsson, Anastasia M., Jan-Olof Svantesson, and David House. Adaptation of focus to lexical tone and phrasing in Kammu. Phonetics and Phonology: 7.

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Vowel Harmony Seongyeon Ko; 8. The Phonology and Phonetics of Korean Stop Laryngeal Contrasts Yoonjung Kang, Jessamyn Schertz and Sungwoo Han; 9.

The Phonetic-Prosody Interface and Prosodic Strengthening in Korean Taehong Cho; Constituent Structure and Sentence Phonology of Korean Seunghun J. Lee; Phase, accent, and the derivation of prosody in Korean Eon-Suk Ko University at Buffalo, State University of New York This paper proposes an analysis of Korean prosody using the framework recently developed from the phase and multiple spell-out theory of minimalist syntax (e.g.

KahnemuypourKratzer & SelkirkIshihara ). Prosody in Sentence Processing: Korean vs. English* Sun-Ah Jun [email protected] Abstract This article presents the intonation system of Korean and English analyzed in the same theoretical framework (autosegmental-metrical phonology of intonation).

The role of prosody in sentence processing is discussed focusing on the similarities and. This volume contains detailed surveys of the intonational phonology of fourteen typologically diverse languages, described in the Autosegmental-Metrical framework.

Unlike the first volume, half of the languages are understudied languages and/or researched through fieldwork, and all vary widely in their word prosody as well as their geographic distribution.

Her research focuses on Intonational Phonology, Laboratory Phonology, Phonology-Syntax interface, and the role of prosody in semantics, language acquisition, and sentence processing. She has published a book, The Phonetics and Phonology of Korean Prosody: Intonational Phonology and Prosodic Structure (Garland Publishing, Inc.).

The Phonetics and Phonology of Korean Prosody: Intonational Phonology and Prosodic Structure. Book. Sep ; Sun-Ah Jun.

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View. (VP) has two arguments (e.g., gave a boy a book. This fully revised third edition integrates updated references, new findings, and modern theories, to present readers with the most thorough and complete introduction to phonetics and phonology.

Exceptionally thorough, including detailed attention to articulatory and acoustic phonetics as well as to the foundations of phonological analysis Features a number of valuable changes, incorporating.

Phonology, phonetics, and signal-extrinsic factors in the perception of prosodic prominence: Evidence from Rapid Prosody Transcription Jason Bishop, Grace Kuo, Boram Kim Article phonetics to phonology.

This presentation will survey some of our recent projects. Work on basic phonetic description of languages includes extensive study of aspects of Korean, and cross-language studies of intonation.

Many projects in addition to the studies on intonation are optical phonetics and visual perception of prosody, and. Cardinal vowels Alphabets • Phonetics is the study of human sounds and phonology is the classification of the sounds within the system of a particular language or languages.

• Phonetics is divided into three types according to the production (articulatory), transmission (acoustic) and perception (auditive) of sounds.• Three categories of sounds must be recognised at the outset: phones.

Phonology is a branch of linguistics that studies how languages or dialects systematically organize their sounds (or signs, in sign languages). The term also refers to the sound system of any particular language variety.

At one time, the study of phonology only related to the study of the systems of phonemes in spoken languages. Now it may relate to. Prominence perception is influenced by phonetics, phonology and other top-down factors.

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A Rapid Prosody Transcription experiment in English found these factors to interact. Phonological contrasts (pitch accent status and type) mediated the effects of other factors.Korean linguistics and speech prosody, including intonation, rhythm, the interac-tion between different prosodic cues, and the phonetics–phonology interface.

Youngchul Jun is Professor in the Department of Korean Language and Literature at Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.While we intend to cover a wide range of topics in phonetics and phonology, there will be an emphasis on phonetic studies of under-reported languages, or the bringing of new data to explore phonetic characteristics on the one hand, and on phonological studies that employ more psycholinguistic, cognitive, and functional approaches on the other.