Sociophonetics. A student's guide. di Paolo, M. and Dror, M. Y., editors Routledge, Oxford.
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1. Introduction: What is sociophonetics? Section 1: Acquiring and maintaining the corpus 2. Sampling 3. Data-gathering and elicitation 4. Capturing audio for analysis 5. Building & maintaining a corpus 6. Transcription 7. Issues in using legacy data Section 2: Methodology: Acoustic and Perceptual studies 8. Analyzing vowels 9. More on vowels: plotting and normalization 10. Analyzing suprasegmentals 11. Analyzing some aspects of voice quality 12. Analyzing (R) 13. Analyzing (L) 14. Analyzing stops 15. Experimental speech perception & Perceptual dialectology Section 3:Other methodological considerations 16. Working with children 17. Checking for reliability 18. Ascertaining word classes 19. Statistical analysis 20. Reporting your work
@book{di_paolo_sociophonetics._2010,
	Address = {Oxford},
	Date = {2010},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-23 19:24:15 +0000},
	Editor = {di Paolo, Marianna and Dror, Malcah Yaeger},
	Isbn = {978-0-415-49879-1},
	Keywords = {phonetics, research methods, sociolinguistics, sociophonetics},
	Publisher = {Routledge},
	Title = {Sociophonetics. A student's guide},
	Abstract = {1. Introduction: What is sociophonetics? Section 1: Acquiring and maintaining the corpus 2. Sampling 3. Data-gathering and elicitation 4. Capturing audio for analysis 5. Building \& maintaining a corpus 6. Transcription 7. Issues in using legacy data Section 2: Methodology: Acoustic and Perceptual studies 8. Analyzing vowels 9. More on vowels: plotting and normalization 10. Analyzing suprasegmentals 11. Analyzing some aspects of voice quality 12. Analyzing (R) 13. Analyzing (L) 14. Analyzing stops 15. Experimental speech perception \& Perceptual dialectology Section 3:Other methodological considerations 16. Working with children 17. Checking for reliability 18. Ascertaining word classes 19. Statistical analysis 20. Reporting your work}}
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