ERIC Number: ED338061
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991-Jul
Reference Count: N/A
Grammatical Phonetics. Studies in Honour of Jack Carnochan. York Papers in Linguistics 15.
Kelly, J., Ed.; And Others
York Papers in Linguistics, v15 Jul 1991
Papers in this volume include: "The Role of Tone in Some Cushitic Languages" (David L. Appleyard); "Downdrift in a Tone Language with Four Tone Levels" (G. N. Clements); "Non-Pitch Exponents of Accent and Structure in Japanese" (John Coleman); "Clause Structure and Tone in Sandawe" (Edward D. Elderkin); "Tone and Accent in the Qafar Noun" (R. J. Hayward); "Glides and Phonological Change in Mombasan Swahili" (John Kelly); Tone Spacing" (Ian Maddieson); "A Performance of a Swahili Poem Analysed" (Joan Maw); "Pitch, Loudness, and Turn Regulation in Akan Conversation" (Samuel Gyasi Obeng); "Pharyngeal Fricatives, and Pike's 'Fricative' and 'Frictional' Categories" (R. K. Sprigg); "A Study of Quantity in Mestreechs" (L. van Buuren); and "Professor Jack Carnochan: Biographical Note" (G. Furniss and P. J. Jaggar). (MSE)
Descriptors: Akan, Dutch, Foreign Countries, Interpersonal Communication, Intonation, Japanese, Language Research, Linguistic Theory, Nouns, Phonology, Poetry, Regional Dialects, Structural Analysis (Linguistics), Suprasegmentals, Swahili, Tone Languages, Uncommonly Taught Languages
York Papers in Linguistics, Department of Languages and Linguistic Science, University of York, Heslington, York Y01 5DD, England, United Kingdom (13.50 British Pounds, including airmail).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: York Univ. (England). Dept. of Language and Linguistic Science.