Prosody and conceptional variation / Alexander M. Teixeira Kalkhoff / Maria Selig / Christine Mooshammer (eds.).

Berlin : Peter Lang, [2021]
236 pages illustrations 22 cm


Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
  • Prosody and conceptional variation : an introduction / Alexander M. Teixeira Kalkhoff, Maria Selig & Christine Mooshammer
  • Methodological considerations of prosody modeling and data collection
  • Data-driven prosody modeling using PaIntE / Antje Schweitzer
  • Prosodic breaks in talk-in-interaction : phonetic forms and communicative functions in German dialogues / Benno Peters
  • Intonational phrasing in French in the light of oral corpora / Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie
  • Same or different? : Prosodic prominence and information structure in Yucatecan Spanish in picture-based elicitation compared to natural speech / Melanie Uth
  • Different tasks for different proficiency levels? : An L2 Discourse Completion Task for German learners of French / Trudel Meisenburg & Christoph Gabriel
  • Case studies
  • Prosody and conceptional variation : conversational self-repair in French / Johanna Stahnke
  • Intonational variation in French interrogatives in reality television / Janina Reinhardt
  • Prosodic features and situational settings : doing reading aloud in a French writing class / Annette Gerstenberg & Julie Marie Kairet
  • Conceptional profile and prosodic marking : the representation of reported speech in different Spanish text types / Anke Grutschus
  • Intonational convergence in Bulgarian Judeo-Spanish spontaneous speech / Bistra Andreeva, Snezhina Dimitrova, Christoph Gabriel & Jonas Grünke
  • Intonation und Bedeutung : Frageintonationen im italiano regionale von Bergamo / Giorgio Antonioli & Manuela Caterina Moroni
  • The impact of information and prosodic structure on the phonetic implementation of vowel length in Ligurian / Davide Garassino & Lorenzo Filipponio.
  • 9783631819890
  • 3631819897
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