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This book offers the first comprehensive description of the prosody of nine Romance languages that takes into account internal dialectal variation. Teams of experts examine the prosody of Catalan, French, Friulian, Italian, Occitan, Portuguese, Romanian, Sardinian, and Spanish using the Autosegmental Metrical framework of intonational phonology and the Tones and Breaks Indices (ToBI) transcription system. The chapters all share a common methodology, based on a common Discourse Completion Task questionnaire, and provide extensive empirical data. The authors then analyse how intonation patterns…mehr

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This book offers the first comprehensive description of the prosody of nine Romance languages that takes into account internal dialectal variation. Teams of experts examine the prosody of Catalan, French, Friulian, Italian, Occitan, Portuguese, Romanian, Sardinian, and Spanish using the Autosegmental Metrical framework of intonational phonology and the Tones and Breaks Indices (ToBI) transcription system. The chapters all share a common methodology, based on a common Discourse Completion Task questionnaire, and provide extensive empirical data. The authors then analyse how intonation patterns work together with other grammatical means such as syntactic constructions and discourse particles in the linguistic marking of a varied set of sentence types and pragmatic meanings across Romance languages. The ToBI prosodic systems and annotations proposed for each language are based both on a phonological analysis of the target language as well as on the shared goal of using ToBI analyses that are comparable across Romance languages. This book will pave the way for more systematic typological comparisons of prosody across both Romance and non-Romance languages.

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  • Verlag: Oxford University Press
  • Seitenzahl: 400
  • Erscheinungstermin: 04.06.2015
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780191508486
  • Artikelnr.: 42923489
Autorenporträt
Sonia Frota is Associate Professor at the Department of Linguistics, and Director of the Laboratorio de Fonetica and of the Lisbon Baby Lab, University of Lisbon. Her research focuses on prosody in language, comprising phrasing, intonation, and rhythm, and the acquisition and development of prosody. She is interested in the properties of prosodic systems, the extent to which they vary across and within languages, and how they are acquired by infants. She also studies how prosodic cues may help bootstrapping the learning of language. ; Pilar Prieto is an ICREA Research Professor at the Department of Translation and Language Sciences at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. Her main research interests focus on the description of how melody and prosody works in language and how it interacts with other types of linguistic knowledge such as pragmatics and syntax, as well as on the role of prosody and facial and manual gestures in the expression of linguistic meaning.
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1 Sonia Frota and Pilar Prieto: Introduction; 2 Pilar Prieto
Joan Borras-Comes
Teresa Cabre
Veronica Crespo-Sendra
Ignasi Mascaro
Paolo Roseano
Rafeu Sichel-Bazin
and Maria del Mar Vanrell: Intonational phonology of Catalan and its dialectal varieties; 3 Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie
Brechtje Post
Mathieu Avanzi
Carolin Buthke
Albert Di Cristo
Ingo Feldhausen
Sun-Ah Jun
Philippe Martin
Trudel Meisenburg
Annie Rialland
Rafeu Sichel-Bazin
and Hi-Yon Yoo: Intonational phonology of French: Developing a ToBI system for French; 4 Paolo Roseano
Maria del Mar Vanrell
and Pilar Prieto: Intonational phonology of Friulian and its dialects; 5 Barbara Gili Fivela
Cinzia Avesani
Marco Barone
Giuliano Bocci
Claudia Crocco
Mariapaola D'Imperio
Rosa Giordano
Giovanna Marotta
Michelina Savino
Patrizia Sorianello: Intonational phonology of the regional varieties of Italian; 6 Rafeu Sichel-Bazin
Trudel Meisenburg
and Pilar Prieto: Intonational phonology of Occitan: Towards a prosodic transcription system; 7 Sonia Frota
Marisa Cruz
Flaviane Svartman
Gisela Collischonn
Aline Fonseca
Carolina Serra
Pedro Oliveira
and Marina Vigario: Intonational variation in Portuguese: European and Brazilian varieties; 8 Doina Jitca
Vasile Apopei
Otilia Paduraru
and Samuil Marusca: Transcription of Romanian intonation; 9 Maria del Mar Vanrell
Francesc Ballone
Carlo Schirru
and Pilar Prieto: Sardinian intonational phonology: Logudorese and Campidanese varieties; 10 Jose Ignacio Hualde and Pilar Prieto: Intonational variation in Spanish: European and American varieties; 11 Sonia Frota and Pilar Prieto: Intonation in Romance: Similarities and differences; References; Index