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Phonetic Data Analysis: An Introduction to Fieldwork and Instrumental Techniques (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 4. August 2003


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"This is a wonderful book - one we have all been waiting for, perhaps without knowing it, and one that will make us wonder how we ever did without it. I look forward to recommending it to anyone undertaking an instrumental phonetic investigation." Nina Gronnum, University of Copenhagen "Phonetic Data Analysis is one of the most useful linguistics books written in the last 25 years. With his trademark clarity of thought and expression, Peter Ladefoged has written a book that is sure to be a classic. Every field linguist should own a copy of this book. I plan to carry it with me and follow its suggestions in all my future field research in the Amazon." Dan Everett, University of Manchester "Peter Ladefoged is widely acknowledged as the world's leading phonetician. I warmly recommend this unique and remarkable new book to students and professionals interested in phonetic fieldwork or experimental phonetics. It is deeply practical and very easy to understand; it is also full of illuminating personal experience from a lifetime of investigating hundreds of languages in every inhabited continent." John Laver, Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh "This is a very useful and personal book. Peter Ladefoged brings us along for a phonetic field trip where serious research is always interspersed with the joy of getting to know one another. This book will show you how to make your own palatography mirrors (ask a mirror-maker for help!) and how doing phonetics really well can make for a fascinating life." Keith Johnson, Ohio State University

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Describing how people talk requires recording and analyzing phonetic data. This is true for researchers investigating the variant pronunciations of street names in Los Angeles, missionaries translating the Bible into a little-known tongue, and scholars obtaining data from a carefully controlled group in a laboratory experiment. Phonetic Data Analysis examines the procedures involved in describing the sounds of a language and illustrates the basic techniques of experimental phonetics, most of them requiring little more than a tape recorder, a video camera, and a computer. This book enables readers to work with a speaker in a classroom setting or to go out into the field and make their own discoveries about how the sounds of a language are made. Peter Ladefoged, one of the world's leading phoneticians, introduces the experimental phonetic techniques for describing the major phonetic characteristics of any language. Throughout the book there are also comments, written in a more anecdotal fashion, on Ladefoged's own fieldwork.

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We'll start with the overall aim of describing the major phonetic structures of a language - where the consonants are made, what kinds of articulation are involved, how the vowels differ in quality and lenght, how the pitch varies in different phrases, and other straightforward phonetic properties. Lesen Sie die erste Seite
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extremely practical 7. Dezember 2012
Von Jeff Stebbins - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very good on methodology, priorities, practical considerations (what do you do about village noise? what if your best informants are not regarded as 'best' by others in the village?). Will need to be updated a bit as recording technology improves.
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speech analysis 22. Oktober 2007
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really this book is very good. there are a few places where it is a bit opaque and technical, what he is talking about, but usually it is pretty understandable to a person not very familiar with praat or other speech analysis software
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