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Phonetics in Europe

Perception and Production

Charlotte S. Gooskens and Renee van Bezooijen

This volume comprehends articles focussing on phonetic aspects of languages and language varieties spoken in present-day Europe. The standard languages of the largest language families, Germanic, Slavic and Romance, are represented as well as minority languages such as Frisian and Finno-Ugric languages, dialects and regiolects. The methods employed are diverse and often innovative, shedding new lights on phonetics in Europe, both from a perception and production point of view.

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About the similarity between the oystercatcher and Vincent van Heuven Charlotte Gooskens & Renée van Bezooijen ................................................... 7 On the force of articulation in foreign accent syndrome Dicky Gilbers, Roel Jonkers, Fennetta van der Scheer & Judith Feiken ........... 11 “Their language sounds aggressive”: a matched guise study with Serbian and Croatian Jelena Golubović & Nikolina Sokolić .............................................................. 35 Explaining Danish-Swedish asymmetric word intelligibility - An error analysis Charlotte Gooskens & Renée van Bezooijen .................................................. 59 The use of sound archives for the investigation, teaching and safeguarding of some endangered Uralic languages Tjeerd de Graaf ................................................................................................ 83 Lexical and orthographic distances between Germanic, Romance and Slavic languages and their relationship to geographic distance Wilbert Heeringa, Jelena Golubovic, Charlotte Gooskens, Anja Schüppert, Femke Swarte & Stefanie Voigt ........................................... 99 Language policies and attitudes towards Frisian in the Netherlands Nanna Haug Hilton & Charlotte Gooskens .................................................. 139 Strategies in the recognition of Dutch words by Germans Sebastian Kürschner ...................................................................................... 159 Phonetic quantity as a social marker in urban Finland Swedish Therese Leinonen ............................................................................................181 6 Gooskens & Van Bezooijen A corpus of regional Dutch speech John Nerbonne, Sandrien van Ommen, Charlotte Gooskens, Leen Impe & Sebastian Kürschner ............................................................... 205 Do Danes speak more quickly than Swedes? Anja Schüppert & Nanna Haug Hilton ......................................................... 233 Recency, frequency, and phonotactics: Pretonic schwa reduction in Dutch Marjoleine Sloos ........................................................................................... 247 Do they speak Warsaw in Kracow: Realization of the phoneme /n/ before /k/ Nikolina Sokolić ............................................................................................ 263 Mutual intelligibility between speakers of North and West Frisian Femke Swarte & Nanna Haug Hilton ........................................................... 281 The effect of formant manipulation on the perception of...

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