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Intonational Phonology

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ISBN-10: 0521678366

ISBN-13: 9780521678360

Edition: 2nd 2008 (Revised)

Authors: D. Robert Ladd

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This second edition presents a completely revised overview of research on intonational phonology since the 1970s, including new material on research developments since the mid-1990s. It contains a new section discussing the research on the alignment of pitch features that has developed since the first edition was published, a substantially rewritten section on ToBI transcription that takes account of the application of ToBI principles to other languages, and new sections on the phonetic research on accent and focus. The substantive chapters on the analysis and transcription of pitch contours, pitch range, sentence stress, and prosodic structure have been re-organised and in many cases…    
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Book details

List price: $64.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 12/4/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 370
Size: 5.98" wide x 9.02" long x 0.83" tall
Weight: 1.298

List of figures
List of tables
Preface to the second edition
Acknowledgements from the first edition
Introduction to intonational phonology
The IPO theory of intonational structure
Evidence for phonological assumptions in describing intonation
Paralanguage and intonation
Fundamental concepts of the autosegmental-metrical theory
Sequential tonal structure
Pitch accents, prominence, and tune-text association
Analysis of pitch accents in terms of level tones
Phonological interpretation of global F<sub>0</sub> trends
AM description and intonational universals
Analysis and Transcription of intonation
The Pierrehumbert analysis of English intonational phonology
AM descriptions of intonation in other languages
Issues in AM pitch phonology
Issues in tonal description
Intonational meaning in AM description
Intonation and lexical uses of pitch
Intonational phonetics: alignment and scaling of tonal targets
Alignment of tonal targets with the segmental string
Pitch range and the scaling of tonal targets
Phrasing And Prominence
Patterns of sentence stress
Sentence stress and broad focus
Sentence stress patterns across languages
Typology of sentence stress patterns
Phonological issues in sentence stress
Phonological problems with the Focus-to-Accent view
A metrical theory of sentence stress
Prosodic structure
The structure of intonational tunes
Aspects of prosodic structure
Some descriptive consequences
Index of names
Index of languages
Subject index