CSD 311K First Class Notes

CSD 311K First Class Notes - CSD 311K 8/30/07 Phonetics the...

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CSD 311K 8/30/07 Phonetics – the study of the sounds made in the production of human speech All languages Approaches to the study of phonetics Transcription of speech Production – respiratory, phonatory, articulatory, cognitive Instrumental – acoustical Technology of speech analysis Developmental – speech acquisition Speech in infancy Cultural – sociolinguistics Dialects What is a Phonetician? Comments from Peter Ladefoged (1988) Interested in poetry, studied Literature, and wanted to study sounds of poetry 20 different careers under phonetics Tools for capturing speech sounds Knowledge of how those sounds are produced An understanding of the technology available for measuring sounds (and the underlying science) and its applications in clinic and lab An understanding of normal speech variations There is no isomorphism between English sounds and written English
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course CSD 311K taught by Professor Matyear during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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