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Turbulent sounds [electronic resource] : an interdisciplinary guide / edited by Susanne Fuchs, Martine Toda, Marzena �Zygis.

Contributor(s): Fuchs, Susanne, 1969- | Toda, Martine | �Zygis, Marzena.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Interface explorations: 21.Publisher: [Berlin ; New York] : De Gruyter Mouton, c2010Description: 1 online resource (xii, 384 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9783110226584 (electronic bk.); 3110226588 (electronic bk.); 311022657X (hardcover : alk. paper); 9783110226577 (hardcover : alk. paper).Subject(s): Consonants | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Linguistics -- Phonetics & PhonologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Turbulent sounds.DDC classification: 414 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
1. An overview of the phonology of obstruents / T.A. Hall and Marzena �Zygis -- 2. Turbulence and Phonology / John L. Ohala and Maria-Josep Sol�e -- 3. A phonetic approach to the phonology of v: a case study from Hungarian and Slovak / Zsuzsanna B�ark�anyi and Zolt�an Kiss -- 4. The laryngeal characterization of Korean fricatives: acoustic and aerodynamic data / Hyunsoon Kim, Shinji Maeda, Kiyoshi Honda and Stephane Hans -- 5. Preaspiration as a correlate of word-final voice in Scottish English fricatives / Olga B. Gordeeva and James M. Scobbie -- 6. Phonetic characteristics of ejectives: samples from Caucasian languages / Sven Grawunder, Adrian Simpson, Madzhid Khalilov -- 7. Tongue body and tongue root shape differences in Nuu clicks correlate with phonotactic patterns / Amanda L. Miller -- 8. Do differences in male versus female /s/ reflect biological or sociophonetic factors? / Susanne Fuchs and Martine Toda -- 9. Producing turbulent speech sounds in the context of cleft palate / Fiona E. Gibbon and Alice Lee -- 10. Formant-cavity affiliation in sibilant fricatives / Martine Toda, Shinji Maeda and Kiyoshi Honda.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. An overview of the phonology of obstruents / T.A. Hall and Marzena �Zygis -- 2. Turbulence and Phonology / John L. Ohala and Maria-Josep Sol�e -- 3. A phonetic approach to the phonology of v: a case study from Hungarian and Slovak / Zsuzsanna B�ark�anyi and Zolt�an Kiss -- 4. The laryngeal characterization of Korean fricatives: acoustic and aerodynamic data / Hyunsoon Kim, Shinji Maeda, Kiyoshi Honda and Stephane Hans -- 5. Preaspiration as a correlate of word-final voice in Scottish English fricatives / Olga B. Gordeeva and James M. Scobbie -- 6. Phonetic characteristics of ejectives: samples from Caucasian languages / Sven Grawunder, Adrian Simpson, Madzhid Khalilov -- 7. Tongue body and tongue root shape differences in Nuu clicks correlate with phonotactic patterns / Amanda L. Miller -- 8. Do differences in male versus female /s/ reflect biological or sociophonetic factors? / Susanne Fuchs and Martine Toda -- 9. Producing turbulent speech sounds in the context of cleft palate / Fiona E. Gibbon and Alice Lee -- 10. Formant-cavity affiliation in sibilant fricatives / Martine Toda, Shinji Maeda and Kiyoshi Honda.

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