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Trends in Phonetics and Phonology

Studies from German-speaking Europe

Edited By Adrian Leemann, Marie-José Kolly, Stephan Schmid and Volker Dellwo

This volume was inspired by the 9th edition of the Phonetik & Phonologie conference, held in Zurich in October 2013. It includes state of the art research on phonetics and phonology in various languages and from interdisciplinary contributors. The volume is structured into the following eight sections: segmentals, suprasegmentals, articulation in spoken and sign language, perception, phonology, crowdsourcing phonetic data, second language speech, and arts (with inevitable overlap between these areas).
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Introduction

SEGMENTALS

Jürgen TrouvainOn clicks in German

Ole SchützlerTransforming acoustic vowel data: A comparison of methods, using multi-dimensional scaling

Daniel Friedrichs, Dieter Maurer, Heidy Suter and Volker DellwoMethodological issues in the acoustic analysis of steady state vowels

Conceição Cunha, Jonathan Harrington, Sylvia Moosmüller and Julia BrandstätterThe influence of consonantal context on the tense-lax contrast in two standard varieties of German 65

Julia Brandstätter, Christian H. Kaseß and Sylvia MoosmüllerQuality and quantity in high vowels in Standard Austrian German 79

Yshai KalmanovitchThe role of longterm acquaintances in speech accommodation

SUPRASEGMENTALS

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