HomeEasy to StartB.Tech Semester VHS 315Sound Structure Of Language And Speech Analysis

Fundamentals of speech production and perception; Conventions for representing the sounds of the world’s languages; Grammar of speech sounds in various languages; Distinctive features; Phonological patterning and interaction; Syllable structure; Feature geometry; Phonological rules and representations; Underlying and surface forms; Derivations; Processes in child phonology; Morpho-phonemic processes; Constraint-based versus derivational phono-logical grammars; Phonetics-phonology interface; Categorical versus gradient sound patterns; Preliminaries of Acoustic Phonetics; Tools and techniques of speech analysis: softwares, spectrographic
analysis and acoustic measurements.


Texts:

P. Ladefoged, A Course in Phonetics. Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace
College, 2006.
D. Odden, Introducing Phonology. Cambridge University Press, 2005.

 

References:

M. Kenstowicz, Phonology in Generative Grammar. Wiley-Blackwell,
1994.
P. Ladefoged, Elements of Acoustic Phonetics. University of Chicago
Press, 1996.
P. Lieberman and S.E. Blumstein. Speech Physiology, Speech Perception and
Acoustic Phonetics. Cambridge University Press, 1988.
K. Johnson, Acoustic and Auditory Phonetics. Blackwell, 2003.
C. Gussenhoven and H. Jacobs, Understanding Phonology. Hodder Arnold,
1998.

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