- Band 161:
- James, Allan R.: Suprasegmental Phonology and Segmental Form. Segmental Variation in the English of Dutch speakers.
VI/173 S. - Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1986.
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This monograph presents a phonological model for the analysis of contextually determined variation in the realiziation of segments in spoken English. The data source for the analysis is the speech of post-intermediate Dutch learners of English. It is claimed that a satisfactory level of linguistic explanation for the form and position of such variants may be achieved by the postulation of a hierarchically ordered and internally differentiated model of suprasegmental phonological structure, which at the same time may serve as a tertium comparationis for the two languages in contact in the learning situation.
|1.||Contexts of segmental variation in second language pronunciation||S. 1|
|2.||Towards a phonological framework of suprasegmental context||S. 24|
|3.||An analysis of the suprasegmental context of segmental variants in FL data||S. 44|
|4.||Strength relations in suprasegmental phonology||S. 55|
|5.||An extended phonological model of suprasegmental context||S. 84|