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Phonetics for Communication Disorders

ISBN-10: 0805853642
ISBN-13: 9780805853643
Edition: 2005
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Book details

List price: $56.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 6/8/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.562
Language: English

Foreword
Preface
General Phonetics
Phonetic Description
Introduction: The Speech Chain
Basics of Acoustics
Background Reading
Exercises
The Organs of Speech
The Vocal Tract
The Respiratory System
The Laryngeal System
The Supralaryngeal System
Monitoring Speech
Background Reading
Exercises
Initiation of an Airstream
Introduction
Aerodynamics of Airstream Initiation
Pulmonic Airstreams
Glottalic Airstreams
Velaric Airstreams
Esophageal and Other Airstreams
Transcription
Background Reading
Exercises
Phonation and Voice Quality
Introduction
Phonation
Supralaryngeal Aspects of Voice Quality
Background Reading
Exercises
The Description of Vowels
Introduction
Articulatory, Acoustic, and Perceptual Descriptions of Vowels
Describing Vowels by Articulation
Describing Vowels by Perception
Describing Vowels by Acoustics
Background Reading
Exercises
Articulation: Consonant Manner Types
Introduction
Stops: Plosives and Nasals
Nasal Stops
Fricatives and Affricates
Approximants
Trills and Taps
Obstruents and Sonorants
Background Reading
Exercises
Articulation: Consonant Place Types
Introduction
Labial
Anterior Lingual
Dorsal
Posterior
Articulatory Description of Consonants
Acoustic Description of Consonants
Background Reading
Exercises
More on Consonants
Introduction
Modifications to Oral Stops
Multiple Articulations
Acoustic Characteristics
The IPA Chart
Background Reading
Exercises
Suprasegmental Phonetics
Introduction
Stress
Length
Pitch
Boundary Effects
Other Prosodic Features
Acoustic Analysis of Suprasegmentals
Background Reading
Exercises
English Phonetics
Phonetic and Phonological Description
The Difference Between Phonetics and Phonology
Phonological System and Structure
Clinical Phonology
The System and Structure of English
Background Reading
Exercises
Monophthongs of English
Introduction
The High Front Vowels
The Lower Back Vowels
The High Back Vowels
Transcription
Background Reading
Exercises
English Central Vowels and Diphthongs
Introduction
The Nonrhotic Central Vowels
The Rhotic Central Vowels, (GA)
The Mid-Closing Diphthongs
The Low-Closing Diphthongs
The Fronting-Closing Diphthong
The Centering Diphthongs (RP)
Background Reading
Exercises
English Plosives and Affricates
Introduction
The Bilabial Plosives
The Alveolar Plosives
The Velar Plosives
The Postalveolar Affricates
The Glottal Stop
Background Reading
Exercises
English Fricatives
Introduction
The Labiodental Fricatives
The Dental Fricatives
The Alveolar Fricatives
The Postalveolar Fricatives
The Glottal Fricative
Background Reading
Exercises
English Sonorant Consonants
Introduction
The Nasal Stops
The Liquid Approximants
The Semivowel Approximants
Background Reading
Exercises
Words and Connected Speech
Introduction
English Word Stress
Stress in Connected Speech
Assimilation
Elision and Liaison
Juncture
Background Reading
Exercises
Intonation of English
Introduction
Nuclear Tones and Postnuclear Patterns
Prenuclear Patterns
Intonation Tunes
Background Reading
Exercises
Varieties of English
Introduction
Ways in Which Accents Can Differ
National Varieties of English
Regional Differences in American English
Spanish-Influenced English
Phonological Problems of Learners of English
Background Reading
Exercises
Disordered Speech
Phonological and Phonetic Disorders
Introduction
The Terms Phonetics and Phonology in the Description of Disordered Speech
Broad and Narrow Transcription
Some Typical Phonetic-level Disorders
Some Typical Phonological-level Disorders
Disturbances to Prosody
Background Reading
Exercises
Transcribing Atypical and Disordered Speech
Aspects of Atypical and Disordered Speech
Atypical Places of Articulation
Atypical Manners of Articulation
Voicing
Resolving Uncertainty in Transcription
Connected Speech
Example
Background Reading
Exercises
Appendix 1
The International Phonetic Alphabet (Revised to 1993)
extIPA Symbols for Disordered Speech (Revised to 2002)
VoQS: Voice Quality Symbols
Appendix 2
Distinctive Features
Phonological Primes for English
Natural Phonological Processes
Answers to Transcription Exercises
Answers to Audio CD Transcription Exercises
References

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