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Now in a new edition, this unique interactive introduction to the study of phonetics shows students how to examine the entire range of human sounds through a series of introspective experiments carried out in their own vocal tracts. It systematically covers all types of speech modification breath, voice, whisper, creakarticulation the ways in which the air stream is finally modulated to generate specific types of soundand prosodic features stress, syllable, tone, intonation.
This text also includes a chapter on sound systems–the ways in which particular languages utilize and systematize the universal sound-producing potential of humans. By actually articulating sounds and attending to the motor sensations they produce, readers acquire a deep, personal awareness of the principles of phonetic analysis and classification. This second edition of A Practical Introduction to Phonetics features a new format and text design; updated use of phonetic symbols in line with the latest International Phonetic Alphabet Chart ; a revised further reading section that includes recent publications; and additional references to several important new publications.
Informed throughout by recent research in aerodynamics and acoustics, this highly practical text is ideal for courses in introduction to phonetics and will be of interest to a wide range of students and teachers of languages, linguistics, speech therapy, and anthropology.
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A practical introduction to phonetics
It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. US Higher Education Not for profit. Skip to main content. Go directly to our online catalogue. Catford is regarded as the leading practical phonetician of our time Introduvtion exploration of the entire range of human sounds, with a separate chapter on sound systems Over experiments enable readers to understand the basic principles of phonetics more effectively by experimenting with their own vocal tracts Attractive new text design and larger format – puonetics in the Oxford Textbooks in Linguistics series Updated usage of phonetic symobls in line with the latest International Phonetic Alphabet Chart Second edition includes revisions and additions to the text, and revisions to 5 figures, to clarify the points made Second edition includes a revised further reading section and new references to the most important recent publications.
About the Author s J. Previous Publication Date s November Reviews “[A]n introduction to general phonetics that integrates the articulatory and the acoustic aspects of the subject in a way that few other introductory works do; that gives a comprehensive view of the whole subject.
A Practical Introduction to Phonetics : J.C. Catford :
Table of Contents 1. Basic components of speech 3. A third basic component 4. Co-articulation and sequences 7. The cardinal vowels 9.
Sound systems of languages Review For further reading References Appendix: The International Phonetic Alphabet Index. Brewer and Jim Westerman Request examination copy.
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