The Oxford handbook of language prosody / edited by Carlos Gussenhoven and Aoju Chen. [electronic resource]

Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2021.
1 online resource (960 pages) : maps.


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This handbook presents detailed accounts of current research in all aspects of language prosody, written by leading experts from different disciplines. The volume's comprehensive coverage and multidisciplinary approach will make it an invaluable resource for all researchers, students, and practitioners interested in prosody.
Previously issued in print: 2020.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on February 4, 2021).
  • Introduction / Carlos Gussenhoven, Aoju Chen
  • Speech rhythm and timing / Laurence White, Zofia Malisz
  • Sub-Saharan Africa / Larry M. Hyman, Hannah Sande, Florian Lionnet, Nicholas Rolle, Emily Clem
  • North Africa and the Middle East / Sam Hellmuth, Mary Pearce
  • South West and Central Asia / Anastasia Karlsson, Gèuliz Gèuneş, Hamed Rahmani, Sun-Ah Jun
  • Central and Eastern Europe / Maciej Karpiński, Bistra Andreeva, Eva Liina Asu, Anna Daugavet, Štefan Beňuš, Katalin Mâady
  • Southern Europe / Mariapaola D'Imperio, Barbara Gili Fivela, Mary Baltazani, Brechtje Post, Alexandra Vella
  • Iberia / Sâonia Frota, Pilar Prieto, Gorka Elordieta
  • Northwestern Europe / Tomas Riad, Jèorg Peters
  • Intonation systems across varieties of English / Martine Grice, James Sneed German, Paul Warren
  • The North Atlantic and the Arctic / Kristjâan âArnason, Anja Arnhold, Ailbhe Nâi Chasaide, Nicole Dehâe, Amelie Dorn, Osahito Miyaoka
  • Articulatory measures of prosody / Taehong Cho, Doris Mèucke
  • The Indian Subcontinent / Aditi Lahiri, Holly J. Kennard
  • China and Siberia / Jie Zhang, San Duanmu, Yiya Chen
  • Mainland South East Asia / Marc Brunelle, James Kirby, Alexis Michaud, Justin Watkins
  • Asian Pacific Rim / Sun-Ah Jun, Haruo Kubozono
  • North America / Gabriela Caballero, Matthew K. Gordon
  • Mesoamerica / Christian DiCanio, Ryan Bennett
  • South America / Thiago Costa Chacon, Fernando O. de Carvalho
  • Australia and New Guinea / Brett Baker, Janet Fletcher, Mark Donohue
  • Austronesia / Nikolaus P. Himmelmann, Daniel Kaufman
  • Meanings of tones and tunes / Matthijs Westera, Daniel Goodhue, Carlos Gussenhoven
  • Fundamental aspects in the perception of f0 / Oliver Niebuhr, Henning Reetz, Jonathan Barnes, Alan C. L. Yu
  • Prosodic encoding of information structure: A typological perspective / Frank Kèugler, Sasha Calhoun
  • Prosody in discourse and speaker state / Julia Hirschberg, Štefan Beňuš, Agustâin Gravano, Rivka Levitan
  • Cortical and subcortical processing of linguistic pitch patterns / Joseph C. Y. Lau, Zilong Xie, Bharath Chandrasekaran, Patrick C. M. Wong
  • Prosody and spoken-word recognition / James M. McQueen, Laura Dilley
  • The role of phrase-level prosody in speech production planning / Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel
  • Development in phrase-level prosody from infancy to late childhood / Aoju Chen, Nâuria Esteve-Gibert, Pilar Prieto, Melissa A. Redford
  • Prosodic bootstrapping / Judit Gervain, Anne Christophe, Reiko Mazuka
  • The acquisition of word prosody / Paula Fikkert, Liquan Liu, Mitsuhiko Ota
  • Prosody in infant- and child-directed speech / Melanie Soderstrom, Heather Bortfeld
  • Word prosody in Second Language Acquisition / Allard Jongman, Annie Tremblay
  • The Autosegmental-Metrical theory of intonational phonology / Amalia Arvaniti, Janet Fletcher
  • Sentence prosody in a second language / Jèurgen Trouvain, Bettina Braun
  • Prosody in second language teaching: Methodologies and effectiveness / Dorothy M. Chun, John M. Levis
  • Prosody in automatic speech processing / Anton Batliner, Bernd Mèobius
  • Automatic prosody labeling and assessment / Andrew Rosenberg, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson
  • Sign language prosody / Wendy Sandler, Diane Lillo-Martin, Svetlana Dachkovsky, Ronice Mèuller de Quadros
  • Visual prosody across cultures / Marc Swerts, Emiel Krahmer
  • Stress, meter, and text-setting / Paul Kiparsky
  • Tone-melody matching in tone language singing / D. Robert Ladd, James Kirby
  • Pathological prosody: Overview, assessment, and treatment / Diana Van Lancker Sidtis, Seung-yun Yang
  • Prosody in children with atypical development / Rhea Paul, Elizabeth Schoen Simmons, James Mahshie
  • Word-stress systems / Matthew K. Gordon, Harry van der Hulst
  • Tone systems / Larry M. Hyman, William R. Leben
  • Prosodic morphology / John J. McCarthy
  • Phonetic correlates of word and sentence stress / Vincent J. van Heuven, Alice Turk
  • Phonetic variation in tone and intonation systems / Jonathan Barnes, Hansjèorg Mixdorff, Oliver Niebuhr.
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Language of prosody
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