Applied English phonology / Mehmet Yavas

By: Yavas, Mehmet [author]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Chichester, West Sussex, UK : Wiley Blackwell, 2020Edition: Fourth editionDescription: ix, 322 pages : illustrations ; 25 cmISBN: 9781119557449Subject(s): English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers | English language -- PhonologyDDC classification: 428.0071
Contents:
Chapter 1: Phonetics -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Phonetics Transcription -- 1.3 Description and Articulation of Sounds of English -- 1.4 Additional Sound -- 1.5 Cardinal Vowels -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 2: Phonology -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Complementary versus Overlapping Distribution -- 2.3 Phonemic Analysis: A Mini-Demo -- 2.4 Free Variation -- 2.5 Morphophonology -- 2.6 Practical Uses of Phonology Analysis -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 3: English Consonants -- 3.1 Stops -- 3.2 Fricatives -- 3.3 Affricates -- 3.4 Nasals -- 3.5 Approximants -- 3.6 Sociophonetic Variation -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 4: English Vowels -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Vowel Set of American English -- 4.3 Front Vowels -- 4.4 Central Vowels -- 4.5 Back Vowels -- 4.6 Diphthongs -- 4.7 Sociophonetic Variation -- 4.8 Non-US Varieties -- 4.9 Full Vowels-Reduced Vowels -- 4.10 Full (Strong) Forms versus Reduced (Weak) Forms of Function Words -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 5: Acoustics of Vowels and Consonants -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Spectrographic Analysis -- 5.3 Vowels and Diphthongs -- 5.4 Consonants -- 5.5 Putting it Together -- 5.6 Waveform Analysis -- 5.7 Context -- 5.8 Practical Applications: Some Examples -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 6: Syllables -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Number of Syllables -- 6.3 Sonority -- 6.4 Syllabification -- 6.5 English Syllable Phonotactics -- 6.6 Written Syllabification --- 6.7 Syllable Weight and Ambisyllabicity -- 6.8 Practical Applications -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 7: Stress and Intonation -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Noun and Adjective Stress -- 7.3 Verb Stress -- 7.4 Secondary Stress -- 7.5 Affixes -- 7.6 Stress in Compounds -- 7.7 Difference between American and British -- 7.8 Intonation -- 7.9 Variations among the Varieties -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 8: Phonology of L1 -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Pre-linguistic Stage -- 8.3 Babbling to the first words -- 8.4 First 50 words -- 8.5 Systematic Development and patterns -- 8.6 Optimality Theory -- 8.7 Implications for Clinical treatment -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 9: Structural Factors in Second Language Phonology -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Spanish-English Mini Contrastive Analysis -- 9.3 Differential Treatment of Mismatches -- 9.4 Markedness -- 9.5 Ontogeny Phylogeny Model (OPM) -- 9.6 Optimality Theory (OT) -- 9.7 Perception -- 9.8 Bilingual Phonology -- 9.9 Loan Phonology -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 10: Spelling and Pronunciation -- 10.1 Irregularity of English Spelling -- 10.2 Phoneme-Grapheme Correspondences in English -- 10.3 Morpohological Basis of English Spelling -- 10.4 American English vs. British English -- Summary -- Exercises
Abstract: "A leading textbook for English Phonetics and Phonology, the fourth edition of Applied English Phonology is an accessible, authoritative introduction to the English sound system. Providing clear explanations and numerous illustrative examples, this new edition has been fully updated with the latest research and references. Detailed discussions of fundamental concepts of applied English phonology cover phonetic elements, phonemics, English consonants and vowels, stress and intonation, structural factors in second language phonology, and much more. Designed for students and professionals in both theoretical and applied linguistics, education, and communication sciences and disorders, this textbook contains new material throughout, including a new chapter introducing typical phonological development, patterns of simplification, and disordered phonology. Expanded sections explore topics such as contracted forms, issues in consonant and vowel transcription conventions, and regional dialects of American English. Written by an internationally recognized scholar and educator, Applied English Phonology, Fourth Edition is essential reading for anyone in applied phonetics and phonology courses, as well as students and practitioners in areas of language and linguistics, TESOL, and communication sciences and disorders."
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Includes bibliographical references, glossary and index.

Chapter 1: Phonetics -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Phonetics Transcription -- 1.3 Description and Articulation of Sounds of English -- 1.4 Additional Sound -- 1.5 Cardinal Vowels -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 2: Phonology -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Complementary versus Overlapping Distribution -- 2.3 Phonemic Analysis: A Mini-Demo -- 2.4 Free Variation -- 2.5 Morphophonology -- 2.6 Practical Uses of Phonology Analysis -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 3: English Consonants -- 3.1 Stops -- 3.2 Fricatives -- 3.3 Affricates -- 3.4 Nasals -- 3.5 Approximants -- 3.6 Sociophonetic Variation -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 4: English Vowels -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Vowel Set of American English -- 4.3 Front Vowels -- 4.4 Central Vowels -- 4.5 Back Vowels -- 4.6 Diphthongs -- 4.7 Sociophonetic Variation -- 4.8 Non-US Varieties -- 4.9 Full Vowels-Reduced Vowels -- 4.10 Full (Strong) Forms versus Reduced (Weak) Forms of Function Words -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 5: Acoustics of Vowels and Consonants -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Spectrographic Analysis -- 5.3 Vowels and Diphthongs -- 5.4 Consonants -- 5.5 Putting it Together -- 5.6 Waveform Analysis -- 5.7 Context -- 5.8 Practical Applications: Some Examples -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 6: Syllables -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Number of Syllables -- 6.3 Sonority -- 6.4 Syllabification -- 6.5 English Syllable Phonotactics -- 6.6 Written Syllabification --- 6.7 Syllable Weight and Ambisyllabicity -- 6.8 Practical Applications -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 7: Stress and Intonation -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Noun and Adjective Stress -- 7.3 Verb Stress -- 7.4 Secondary Stress -- 7.5 Affixes -- 7.6 Stress in Compounds -- 7.7 Difference between American and British -- 7.8 Intonation -- 7.9 Variations among the Varieties -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 8: Phonology of L1 -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Pre-linguistic Stage -- 8.3 Babbling to the first words -- 8.4 First 50 words -- 8.5 Systematic Development and patterns -- 8.6 Optimality Theory -- 8.7 Implications for Clinical treatment -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 9: Structural Factors in Second Language Phonology -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Spanish-English Mini Contrastive Analysis -- 9.3 Differential Treatment of Mismatches -- 9.4 Markedness -- 9.5 Ontogeny Phylogeny Model (OPM) -- 9.6 Optimality Theory (OT) -- 9.7 Perception -- 9.8 Bilingual Phonology -- 9.9 Loan Phonology -- Summary -- Exercises -- Chapter 10: Spelling and Pronunciation -- 10.1 Irregularity of English Spelling -- 10.2 Phoneme-Grapheme Correspondences in English -- 10.3 Morpohological Basis of English Spelling -- 10.4 American English vs. British English -- Summary -- Exercises

"A leading textbook for English Phonetics and Phonology, the fourth edition of Applied English Phonology is an accessible, authoritative introduction to the English sound system. Providing clear explanations and numerous illustrative examples, this new edition has been fully updated with the latest research and references. Detailed discussions of fundamental concepts of applied English phonology cover phonetic elements, phonemics, English consonants and vowels, stress and intonation, structural factors in second language phonology, and much more. Designed for students and professionals in both theoretical and applied linguistics, education, and communication sciences and disorders, this textbook contains new material throughout, including a new chapter introducing typical phonological development, patterns of simplification, and disordered phonology. Expanded sections explore topics such as contracted forms, issues in consonant and vowel transcription conventions, and regional dialects of American English. Written by an internationally recognized scholar and educator, Applied English Phonology, Fourth Edition is essential reading for anyone in applied phonetics and phonology courses, as well as students and practitioners in areas of language and linguistics, TESOL, and communication sciences and disorders."

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