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The Oxford Handbook of Language Prosody


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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 12/2020

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This handbook presents detailed accounts of current research in all aspects of language prosody, written by leading experts from different disciplines. The last four decades have seen major theoretical and empirical breakthroughs in the field, many of them informed by interdisciplinary approaches, as reflected in this volume. Following an introductory section covering the fundamentals of language prosody research, Parts II and III trace out the position of prosody in linguistic structure and explore prosody in speech perception and production. Part IV provides overviews of prosodic systems across the world, with case studies from Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia and the Pacific, and the Americas. The chapters in Parts V, VI, and VII investigate prosody in communication, in language processing, and in language acquisition, while Part VIII examines prosody in technology and the arts. The volume's comprehensive coverage and multidisciplinary perspectives will make it an invaluable resource for all researchers, students, and practitioners interested in prosody.


1 - Introduction
2 - Articulatory measures of prosody
3 - Fundamental aspects in the perception of f0
4 - Tone systems
5 - Word-stress systems
6 - The Autosegmental-Metrical theory of intonation phonology
7 - Prosodic morphology
8 - Sign language prosody
9 - Phonetic variation in tone and intonation systems
10 - Phonetic correlates of word and sentence stress
11 - Speech rhythm and timing
12 - Sub-Saharan Africa
13 - North Africa and the Middle East
14 - South West and Central Asia
15 - Central and Eastern Europe
16 - Southern Europe
17 - Iberia
18 - Northwestern Europe
19 - Varieties of English
20 - The North Atlantic and the Arctic
21 - The Indian Subcontinent
22 - China and Siberia
23 - Mainland Southeast Asia
24 - Asian Pacific Rim
25 - Austronesia
26 - Australia and New Guinea
27 - North America
28 - Mesoamerica
29 - South America
30 - Meanings of tones and tunes
31 - Prosodic encoding of information structure: A typological perspective
32 - Prosody in discourse and speaker state
33 - Visual prosody across cultures
34 - Pathological prosody: overview, assessment, and treatment
35 - Cortical and subcortical processing of linguistic pitch patterns
36 - Prosody and spoken-word recognition
37 - The role of phrase-level prosody in speech production planning
38 - The acquisition of word prosody
39 - Development in phrase-level prosody from infancy to late childhood
40 - Prosodic bootstrapping
41 - Prosody in infant- and child-directed speech
42 - Prosody in children with atypical development
43 - Word prosody in L2
44 - Sentence prosody in a second language
45 - Prosody in L2 teaching: methodologies and effectiveness
46 - Prosody in automatic speech processing
47 - Automatic prosody labeling and assessment
48 - Stress, meter, and text-setting
49 - Tone-melody matching in tone language singing


Carlos Gussenhoven is Professor of General and Experimental Phonology at Radboud University, Nijmegen, where he held a personal chair from 1996 to 2011. He has held positions at UC Berkeley, Queen Mary University of London, and National Chiao Tung University, as well as well as guest professorships at the University of Konstanz and Nanjing University. His many publications include Understanding Phonology (4th ed, with Haike Jacobs; Routledge 2017) and The Phonology of Tone and Intonation (CUP, 2004). Aoju Chen is Professor of Language Development in Relation to Socialisation and Identity at Utrecht University. She has worked extensively on the production, perception, and processing of prosodic meaning and acquisition of prosody in a first and second language from a cross-linguistic perspective. More recently, she has extended her work to research on the social impact of developing language abilities in a first or second language. She is currently an associate editor of Laboratory Phonology and an elected board member of the ISCA Special Interest Group on Speech Prosody (SPoSIG).

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Collana: Oxford Handbooks
Dimensioni: 48 x 253.0 x 180 mm Ø 2 gr
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Pagine Arabe: 960

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