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A new edition of the popular introductory text on the phonological structure of present-day English.A clear and accessible introductory text on the phonological structure of the English language, English Phonetics and Phonology is an ideal text for those with no prior knowledge of the subject. This market-leading textbook teaches undergraduate students and non-native English speakers the fundamentals of articulatory phonetics and phonology in an engaging, easy-to-understand style.Rigorously expanded to include new materials on first and second language acquisition of English phonetics and…mehr

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A new edition of the popular introductory text on the phonological structure of present-day English.A clear and accessible introductory text on the phonological structure of the English language, English Phonetics and Phonology is an ideal text for those with no prior knowledge of the subject. This market-leading textbook teaches undergraduate students and non-native English speakers the fundamentals of articulatory phonetics and phonology in an engaging, easy-to-understand style.Rigorously expanded to include new materials on first and second language acquisition of English phonetics and phonology, this third edition, English Phonetics and Phonology boasts two new chapters on first-language and second-language acquisition of English phonetics and phonology. By introducing topics such as the mental lexicon and the emergence of phonological rules and representations, and graphophonemic problems in L2 acquisition, these two new chapters have been added to afford greater flexibility for teachers and increased support for non-native English speakers. Expanded website content includes exercise-linked sound files.backup out PBE_20210412_180801.xml PKN_20210412_180801.xml PVA_20210412_180801.xml PWB_20210412_180801.xml PZL_20210412_180801.xml work Based on the author's 34 years of teaching English Phonetics and Phonology in the UK and Francebackup out PBE_20210412_180801.xml PKN_20210412_180801.xml PVA_20210412_180801.xml PWB_20210412_180801.xml PZL_20210412_180801.xml work Includes coverage of various accents in English and second-language acquisitionbackup out PBE_20210412_180801.xml PKN_20210412_180801.xml PVA_20210412_180801.xml PWB_20210412_180801.xml PZL_20210412_180801.xml work Hugely successful textbook for the introductory Phonetics course, now in its third editionbackup out PBE_20210412_180801.xml PKN_20210412_180801.xml PVA_20210412_180801.xml PWB_20210412_180801.xml PZL_20210412_180801.xml work References and exercises across all chapters to guide students throughout the workbackup out PBE_20210412_180801.xml PKN_20210412_180801.xml PVA_20210412_180801.xml PWB_20210412_180801.xml PZL_20210412_180801.xml work Provides access to companion website for additional learning tools, sound files, and instructor resourcesEnglish Phonetics and Phonology is an indispensable resource for undergraduate students in courses on Phonetics and Phonology with no prior knowledge of theoretical linguistics and non-native English speakers alike.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Wiley & Sons / Wiley-Blackwell
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 1W119533740
  • 3. Aufl.
  • Seitenzahl: 248
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15. November 2019
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 228mm x 151mm x 25mm
  • Gewicht: 321g
  • ISBN-13: 9781119533740
  • ISBN-10: 1119533740
  • Artikelnr.: 57502022
Autorenporträt
PHILIP CARR is Emeritus Professor at Montpellier University, France. He is the author of Phonology (1993), A Glossary of Phonology (2008), and Linguistic Realities (1990), editor of Phonological Knowledge: Conceptual and Empirical Issues (2001) and Headhood, Elements, Specification and Contrastivity (2005). With Jacques Durand, he co-founded the project The Phonology of Contemporary English.
Inhaltsangabe
Prefaces to the First Edition ixPreface to the Second Edition xiiiPreface to the Third Edition xvAcknowledgements xviiList of Sound Recordings xixAbout the Companion Website xxiiiFigure 1 The organs of speech xxivFigure 2 The International Phonetic Alphabet xxv1 English Phonetics: Consonants (i) 11.1 Airstream and Articulation 11.2 Place of Articulation 21.3 Manner of Articulation: Stops, Fricatives and Approximants 52 English Phonetics: Consonants (ii) 112.1 Central vs Lateral 112.2 Taps and Trills 112.3 Secondary Articulation 122.4 Affricates 122.5 Aspiration 132.6 Nasal Stops 133 English Phonetics: Vowels (i) 173.1 The Primary Cardinal Vowels 173.2 RP and GA Short Vowels 194 English Phonetics: Vowels (ii) 234.1 RP and GA Long Vowels 234.2 RP and GA Diphthongs 245 The Phonemic Principle 295.1 Introduction: Linguistic Knowledge 295.2 Contrast vs Predictability: The Phoneme 305.3 Phonemes, Allophones and Contexts 375.4 Summing Up 386 English Phonemes 436.1 English Consonant Phonemes 436.2 The Phonological Form of Morphemes 456.3 English Vowel Phonemes 497 English Syllable Structure 557.1 Introduction 557.2 Constituency in Syllable Structure 557.3 The Sonority Hierarchy, Maximal Onset and Syllable Weight 597.4 Language-Specific Phonotactics 637.5 Syllabic Consonants and Phonotactics 647.6 Syllable-Based Generalizations 657.7 Morphological Structure, Syllable Structure and Resyllabification 667.8 Summing Up 698 Rhythm and Word Stress in English 718.1 The Rhythm of English 718.2 English Word Stress: Is it Entirely Random? 728.3 English Word Stress: Some General Principles 758.4 Word Stress Assignment in Morphologically Simple Words 768.5 Word Stress Assignment and Morphological Structure 808.6 Compound Words 858.7 Summing Up 879 Rhythm, Reversal and Reduction 919.1 More on the Trochaic Metrical Foot 919.2 Representing Metrical Structure 949.3 Phonological Generalizations and Foot Structure 989.4 The Rhythm of English Again: Stress Timing and Eurhythmy 10010 English Intonation 10910.1 Tonic Syllables, Tones and Intonation Phrases 10910.2 Departures from the LLI Rule 11110.3 IPs and Syntactic Units 11610.4 Tonic Placement, IP Boundaries and Syntax 12110.5 Tones and Syntax 12310.6 Tonic Placement and Discourse Context 12410.7 Summing Up 12511 Graphophonemics: Spelling-Pronunciation Relations 12911.1 Introduction 12911.2 Vowel Graphemes and Their Phonemic Values 13011.3 Consonant Graphemes and Their Phonemic Values 13512 Variation in English Accents 14312.1 Introduction 14312.2 Systemic vs Realizational Differences between Accents 14412.3 Perceptual and Articulatory Space 14812.4 Differences in the Lexical Distribution of Phonemes 15213 An Outline of Some Accents of English 15513.1 Some British Accents 15513.2 Two American Accents 16413.3 Two Southern Hemisphere Accents 16713.4 An Overview of Some Common Phenomena Found in Accent Variation 17014 First-Language (L1) Acquisition of English Phonetics and Phonology 18114.1 The First Six Months 18114.2 The Second Six Months 18314.3 The Second Year of Life 18414.4 The Mental Lexicon and the Emergence of Phonological Rules and Representations 18714.5 The Bilingual Child 18815 Second-Language (L2) Acquisition of English Phonetics and Phonology 19315.1 Introduction: General Issues 19315.2 Types of Problem in L2 Acquisition of English Phonetics and Phonology 19515.3 Phonetic Inventories and Phonemic Systems 19515.4 Graphophonemic Problems 20015.5 Phonotactics 20115.6 Rhythm and Word Stress 20215.7 Intonation 20415.8 Concluding Remarks on L2 Acquisition of English Phonetics and Phonology 205Suggested Further Reading 209Index 213