Phonetic data analysis : an introduction to fieldwork and instrumental techniques

Peter Ladefoged

Phonetic Data Analysis examines the procedures involved in describing the sounds of a language and illustrates the basic techniques of experimental phonetics, most of them requiring little more than a tape recorder, a video camera, and a computer. * Examines the procedures involved in describing the sounds of a language and illustrates the basic techniques of experimental phonetics. * Written by Peter Ladefoged, one of the world's leading phoneticians. * Enables readers to work with a speaker in class or go out into the field and make their own discoveries about how the sounds of a language are made. * Provides full descriptions of techniques that are readily available and do not require the resources of a major phonetics laboratory. * Includes enlightening comments throughout about Ladefoged's own fieldwork experiences.

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Describing how people talk requires recording and analyzing phonetic data. This is true for researchers investigating the variant pronunciations of street names in Los Angeles, missionaries translating the Bible into a little-known tongue, and scholars obtaining data from a carefully controlled group in a laboratory experiment. Phonetic Data Analysis examines the procedures involved in describing the sounds of a language and illustrates the basic techniques of experimental phonetics, most of them requiring little more than a tape recorder, a video camera, and a computer. This book enables readers to work with a speaker in a classroom setting or to go out into the field and make their own discoveries about how the sounds of a language are made. Peter Ladefoged, one of the world's leading phoneticians, introduces the experimental phonetic techniques for describing the major phonetic characteristics of any language. Throughout the book there are also comments, written in a more anecdotal fashion, on Ladefoged's own fieldwork.

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  • Preface. Acknowledgments. 1. Recording The Sounds Of A Language:. Deciding What To Record. Finding Speakers. Recording Systems. Making A Recording. Digital Recording. Listening To Recordings. Field Notes. Instrumental Phonetic Techniques. 2. Finding The Places Of Articulation:. Still And Video Photography. Basic Palatography. More Elaborate Palatography. Electropalatography. Further Reading. 3. Aerodynamic Investigations:. Recording Air Pressure And Airflow. Measuring Air Pressure And Airflow. Interpreting Aerodynamic Records. Quantifying Nasalization. Phonation Types. Electroglottography. Further Reading. 4. Pitch, Loudness And Length:. Pitch Analysis. Interpreting Pitch Curves. Loudness, Intensity And Stress. Waveforms And The Measurement Of Duration. Further Reading. 5. Characterizing Vowels:. Sound Spectrograms. Spectra. Vowel Charts. Nasalized Vowels. Further Reading. 6. Acoustic Analysis Of Consonants:. Waveforms, Spectrograms And Duration Measurements. Spectral Characteristics Of Nasals, Laterals, Approximants And Trills. Fricatives And Stop Bursts. Spectrograms And Place Of Articulation. Spectrograms And Articulatory Movements. Further Reading. 7. Acoustic Analysis Of Phonation Types:. Waveforms Of Different Glottal States. Spectral Characteristics Of Phonation Types. Further Reading. 8. Coda:. A General Purpose Phonetics Laboratory. More Elaborate Instrumental Phonetic Techniques. Saying Goodbye To Fieldwork. Index.

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  • Preface.Acknowledgments 1. Recording The Sounds Of A Language:Deciding What To RecordFinding SpeakersRecording SystemsMaking A RecordingDigital RecordingListening To RecordingsField NotesInstrumental Phonetic Techniques2. Finding The Places Of Articulation:Still And Video PhotographyBasic PalatographyMore Elaborate PalatographyElectropalatographyFurther Reading3. Aerodynamic Investigations:Recording Air Pressure And AirflowMeasuring Air Pressure And AirflowInterpreting Aerodynamic RecordsQuantifying NasalizationPhonation TypesElectroglottographyFurther Reading4. Pitch, Loudness And Length:Pitch AnalysisInterpreting Pitch CurvesLoudness, Intensity And StressWaveforms And The Measurement Of DurationFurther Reading5. Characterizing Vowels:Sound SpectrogramsSpectraVowel ChartsNasalized VowelsFurther Reading6. Acoustic Analysis Of Consonants:Waveforms, Spectrograms And Duration MeasurementsSpectral Characteristics Of Nasals, Laterals, Approximants And TrillsFricatives And Stop BurstsSpectrograms And Place Of ArticulationSpectrograms And Articulatory MovementsFurther Reading7. Acoustic Analysis Of Phonation Types:Waveforms Of Different Glottal StatesSpectral Characteristics Of Phonation TypesFurther Reading8. Coda:A General Purpose Phonetics LaboratoryMore Elaborate Instrumental Phonetic TechniquesSaying Goodbye To FieldworkIndex.

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書名 Phonetic data analysis : an introduction to fieldwork and instrumental techniques
著作者等 Ladefoged, Peter
出版元 Blackwell Pub.
刊行年月 2003
ページ数 ix, 196 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0631232699
9780631232704
NCID BA63233437
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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