9780199208746

Prosodic Typology The Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing Includes CD

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    9780199208746

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    0199208743

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-03-01
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Summary

This book illustrates an approach to prosodic typology through descriptions of the intonation and the prosodic structure of thirteen typologically different languages based on the same theoretical framework, the 'autosegmental-metrical' model of intonational phonology, and the transcriptionsystem of prosody known as Tones and Break Indices (ToBI). It is the first book introducing the history and principles of this system and it covers European languages, Asian languages, an Australian aboriginal language, and an American Indian language. The book shows how languages and dialects aresimilar to or different from other languages or dialect varieties in terms of the prosodic structure, the intonational categories, and their realizations. This is the first book on intonation which is accompanied by a CD-ROM where sound files mentioned in each chapter are stored.

Author Biography


Sun-Ah Jun is an Associate Professor at the Department of Linguistics, UCLA, where she teaches phonetics, intonation, and phonology. She has been teaching at UCLA since she obtained her Ph.D from Ohio State University in 1993. She has also taught at the 2001 LSA Summer Institute, Santa Barbara, California. 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.).

Table of Contents

Introduction
The original ToBI system and the evolution of the ToBI framework
German intonation in autosegmental-metrical phonology
Intonational analysis and prosodic annotation of Greek spoken corpora
Transcription of Dutch intonation
Transcribing Serbo-Croatian intonation
The J_ToBI model of Japanese intonation
Korean intonational phonology and prosodic transcription
Towards a Pan-Mandarin system for prosodic transcription
An autosegmental-metrical analysis and prosodic annotation conventions for Cantonese
Intonational phonology of Chickasaw
Intonation in six dialects of Bininj Gun-wok
Strategies for intonation labelling across varieties of Italian
Intonational variation in four dialects of English: the high rising tune
Intonational prominence in varieties of Swedish revisited
Prosodic typology
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