Intonational Phonology

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Cambridge University Press, 12 dic 1996 - 334 páginas
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Intonation is becoming increasingly prominent in areas from phonology to speech recognition. Ladd gives an exceptionally clear overview of the key ideas of Pierrehumbert's autosegmental-metrical theory to intonational phonology, and discusses alternative approaches. He also looks critically at the version put forward by generativists, and offers his own solutions. This book will appeal to phonologists as an original contribution, and will be welcomed by students and researchers, who will find in it the ideal overview of recent work.
 

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Introduction to intonational phonology
6
12 The IPO theory of intonational structure
14
13 Evidence for phonological assumptions in describing intonation
20
14 Paralanguage and intonation
33
Fundamental concepts of the autosegmentalmetrical theory
42
21 Linearity of tonal structure
43
22 Pitch accents prominence and tunetext association
45
23 Analysis of pitch accents in terms of level tones
59
44 Melodic universal
147
Patterns of prominence
160
52 Prominence patterns across languages
168
53 Some potential problems
197
Prosodic structure
205
61 The structure of intonational tunes
206
62 A metrical theory of sentence stress
221
63 The nature of prosodic constituency
235

24 Phonological interpretation of global F₀ trends
73
Phonological representation of pitch in the autosegmentalmetrical theory
79
32 Basic intonational taxonomy
81
33 Modifications to the original analysis
89
34 Intonational meaning in Pierrehumberts analysis
98
35 Some unresolved issues
102
36 Conclusion
111
Crosslanguage comparison of intonation
113
42 Tonal differences between intonation languages
119
43 Some extended illustrations
131
Pitch range
252
72 The phonetics of pitch range variation
257
73 The phonology of pitch range effects
269
74 Gradience pitch range and paralanguage
280
Notes
284
References
302
Index of names
321
Index of languages
325
Subject index
327
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