By John Clark
This absolutely revised 3rd variation integrates up to date references, new findings, and sleek theories, to provide readers with the main thorough and entire advent to phonetics and phonology. particularly thorough, together with designated cognizance to articulatory and acoustic phonetics in addition to to the principles of phonological research contains a variety of important adjustments, incorporating new fabric at the newest findings in speech creation reviews; larger insurance of prosody, together with a huge part on autosegmental metrical types; increased insurance of phonology, together with Optimality conception; and sections on L1 and L2 acquisition, and sociolectal edition Integrates new findings, theories references all through, delivering scholars the main thorough and entire wisdom of the topic to this point comprises a hundred twenty five figures all through
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An Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology by John Clark