Variation and gradience in phonetics and phonology. Kügler, F.; Féry, C.; and van den Vijver, R., editors Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin - New York.
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Introduction to Variation and Gradience in Phonetics and Phonology Frank Ku ̈gler, Caroline Fe ́ry & Ruben van de Vijver . . . . . . . . . . 1 Accepting unlawful variation and unnatural classes JeffMielke............................... . 17 Phonetic variation and gestural specification: Production of Russian consonants AlexeiKochetov............................. 43 Variation in the perception of an L2 contrast: A combined phonetic and phonological account SilkeHamann.............................. 71 Prosodic conditioning, vowel dynamics and sound change EwaJacewicz,JosephSalmons&RobertAllenFox . . . . . . . . . . 99 Variable quality of the Czech lateral liquid: A perception experiment with young Czech listeners Sˇa ́rkaSˇima ́cˇkova ́ ............................ 125 Patterns of lenition in Brazilian Portuguese Tha ̈ıs Cristo ́faro-Silva, Daniela Oliveira Guimara ̃es . . . . . . . . . . 141 Silent onsets? An optimality-theoretic approach to French h aspire ́ words ChristophGabriel&TrudelMeisenburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 Gradient dorsal nasal in Northern German Caroline Fe ́ry, Constance Hohmann & Katharina Sta ̈hle . . . . . . . 185 Lexical exceptionality in Florentine Italian troncamento JudithMeinschaefer........................... 215vi Contents On the distribution of dorsals in complex and simple onsets in child German, Dutch and English RubenvandeVijver,BarbaraHo ̈hle&SusanOtt . . . . . . . . . . . 247 Phonological knowledge in compensation for native and non-native assimilation Isabelle Darcy, Franck Ramus, Anne Christophe, Katherine Kinzler & EmmanuelDupoux ........................... 265 The erosion of a variable process. The case of n-deletion in Ripuarian and Limburg dialects of Dutch FransHinskens ............................. 311 Minimal morpheme expression in Dutch dialectology MarcvanOostendorp.......................... 351 Regional variation in intonation: Conversational instances of the ``hat pattern'' in Cologne German PiaBergmann.............................. 377 A model for the quantification of pitch accent realisation FrankKu ̈gler .............................. 405
@book{kugler_variation_2009,
	Address = {Berlin - New York},
	Date = {2009},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-22 20:24:46 +0000},
	Editor = {Kügler, Frank and Féry, Caroline and van den Vijver, Ruben},
	Isbn = {978-3-11-021931-9},
	Keywords = {interface, phonetics, phonology},
	Publisher = {Mouton de Gruyter},
	Series = {Phonology and {Phonetics}},
	Title = {Variation and gradience in phonetics and phonology},
	Abstract = {Introduction to Variation and Gradience in Phonetics and Phonology Frank Ku ̈gler, Caroline Fe ́ry \& Ruben van de Vijver . . . . . . . . . . 1 Accepting unlawful variation and unnatural classes JeffMielke............................... . 17 Phonetic variation and gestural specification: Production of Russian consonants AlexeiKochetov............................. 43 Variation in the perception of an L2 contrast: A combined phonetic and phonological account SilkeHamann.............................. 71 Prosodic conditioning, vowel dynamics and sound change EwaJacewicz,JosephSalmons\&RobertAllenFox . . . . . . . . . . 99 Variable quality of the Czech lateral liquid: A perception experiment with young Czech listeners Sˇa ́rkaSˇima ́cˇkova ́ ............................ 125 Patterns of lenition in Brazilian Portuguese Tha ̈ıs Cristo ́faro-Silva, Daniela Oliveira Guimara ̃es . . . . . . . . . . 141 Silent onsets? An optimality-theoretic approach to French h aspire ́ words ChristophGabriel\&TrudelMeisenburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 Gradient dorsal nasal in Northern German Caroline Fe ́ry, Constance Hohmann \& Katharina Sta ̈hle . . . . . . . 185 Lexical exceptionality in Florentine Italian troncamento JudithMeinschaefer........................... 215vi Contents On the distribution of dorsals in complex and simple onsets in child German, Dutch and English RubenvandeVijver,BarbaraHo ̈hle\&SusanOtt . . . . . . . . . . . 247 Phonological knowledge in compensation for native and non-native assimilation Isabelle Darcy, Franck Ramus, Anne Christophe, Katherine Kinzler \& EmmanuelDupoux ........................... 265 The erosion of a variable process. The case of n-deletion in Ripuarian and Limburg dialects of Dutch FransHinskens ............................. 311 Minimal morpheme expression in Dutch dialectology MarcvanOostendorp.......................... 351 Regional variation in intonation: Conversational instances of the ``hat pattern'' in Cologne German PiaBergmann.............................. 377 A model for the quantification of pitch accent realisation FrankKu ̈gler .............................. 405}}
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