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articulatory basis of locality in phonology

by Adamantios I. Gafos

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Published by Garland in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology.,
  • Assimilation (Phonetics)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAdamantios I. Gafos.
    SeriesOutstanding dissertations in linguistics
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP217.3 .G34 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 272 p. ;
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL35221M
    ISBN 100815332866
    LC Control Number99019876

      The Phonology of Consonants. by Wm G. Bennett. Cambridge Studies in Linguistics (Book ) Thanks for Sharing! You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Cambridge University Press. In this comprehensive fourth edition of Articulatory and Phonological Impairments: A Clinical Focus, a range of topics are covered including, an overview of phonetic transcription and diacritics used to document disordered speech, several theoretical models, including newer nonlinear frameworks, phonological development, and relevant diagnostic Format: Cloth.

    Phonology in the Smith era Moira Yip * Department of Phonetics and Linguistics, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, UK Received 19 December ; received in revised form 9 March ; accepted 12 March Abstract This contribution looks at how the field of phonology has changed during the 37 years between Neil Smith’s PhD thesis on Cited by: 1.   The TBL (tongue blade) system is held at some distance from the lower teeth. The specific English basis of articulation is well seen in comparison with Russian having a more centralised basis. Figure 1: Tongue profiles for English (adaptation of Hardcastle ) and Russian (adaptation of Panov ). The mid-vowel area is highlighted.

    We have argued that dynamically defined articulatory gestures are the appropriate units to serve as the atoms of phonological representation. Gestures are a natural unit, not only because they involve task-oriented movements of the articulators, but because they arguably emerge as prelinguistic discrete units of action in by: Articulatory phonetics refers to the “aspects of phonetics which looks at how the sounds of speech are made with the organs of the vocal tract” Ogden (). Articulatory phonetics can be seen as divided up into three areas to describe consonants. These are .


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Neutral Vowels in Hungarian Vowel Harmony: an Autosegmental Interpretation. In Proceedings of the North Eastern Linguistic Society 7, Clements, N. : The Articulatory Basis of Locality in Phonology (Outstanding Dissertations in Linguistics) (): Gafos, Adamantios I.: BooksCited by: The Articulatory Basis of Locality in Phonology / Edition 1 available in Hardcover, NOOK Book.

Read an excerpt of this book. Add to Wishlist. ISBN ISBN Pub. Date: 04/01/ Publisher: Taylor & Francis. The Articulatory Basis of Locality in Phonology / Price: $ In phonetics, the basis of articulation, also known as articulatory setting, is the default position or standard settings of a speaker's organs of articulation when ready to speak.

Different languages each have their own basis of articulation, which means that native speakers will share a certain position of tongue, lips, jaw, possibly even uvula or larynx, when preparing to speak.

This book is about the notion of locality in phonology. Sounds assimilate in terms of their phonetic properties to other sounds. There appear to be restrictions on how far two sounds can be to show assimilatory interaction. These restrictions constitute the locality conditions that this book attempts to understand and define.

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This textbook has been carefully designed to provide a thorough introduction to the study of speech. It assumes no technical background, and students from a wide variety of disciplines contributing to this new and exciting field will find the exposition fully accessible. Each chapter progresses from simple examples to more detailed discussions of recent primary research and.

The articulatory basis of locality in phonology. the gestural framework of Articulatory Phonology must be enriched with respect to how targets of the vocal tract are controlled in planning and Author: Adamantios I.

Gafos. Articulatory phonology is a linguistic theory originally proposed in by Catherine Browman of Haskins Laboratories and Louis M. Goldstein of Yale University and Haskins. The theory identifies theoretical discrepancies between phonetics and phonology and aims to unify the two by treating them as low- and high-dimensional descriptions of a single system.

Articulatory phonology attempts to describe lexical units interms ofthese events and their interrelations, which means that selected by a language on the basis of quantal articulatory-acousticrelations (e.g., Stevens, ) and/or on the basis of adaptive dispersion.

This textbook is a revision and expansion of A Manual for Articulatory Phonetics, compiled by Rick Floyd in and revised in It includes many other people's materials from articulatory phonetics courses as taught for over sixty years in the training schools of SIL by: 7.

Browman, Catherine P. & Louis M. Goldstein () Dynamics and articulatory phonology. In R. Port and T. van Gelder (Eds.), Mind as Motion, pp.

Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Gafos, Adamantios () The articulatory basis of locality in phonology. New York: Garland. Gafos, Adamantios () A grammar of gestural coordination. Natural. Annual Meetings on Phonology.

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The Articulatory Basis of Locality in Phonology Gafos, Adamantios I. Hb: pages: $ Garland Publishing Outstanding Dissertations in Linguistics This work elucidates the nature of the notion of Locality in phonology, describing the minimal conditions under which sounds assimilate to one another.