Current Issues in the Phonetic Sciences

Proceedings of the IPS-77 Congress, Miami Beach, Florida, 17–19 December 1977

Editors
Harry Hollien | University of Florida, Gainesville
Patricia Hollien | University of Florida, Gainesville
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These papers, from the IPS-77 Congress held in Miami Beach, Florida in 1977, present the state-of-the-art in phonetic science. The volume is subdivided into twelve sections: History of Phonetics, Issues of Method and Theory in Phonetics, Laryngeal Function, Temporal Factors and Intonation, Physiological and Acoustic Phonetics, Speech Production, Neurophonetics and Psychopathology, Speech Perception, Speech and Speaker Recognition, Teaching Phonetics, Children’s Speech and Language Acquisition, and Special Issues in Phonetics.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 9] 1979.  xxi, 587pp., xiii, 608 pp.
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Linguistics

Phonetics

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CF: Linguistics

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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