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Band 492:
Gilles, Peter / Peters, Jörg (Hrsg.): Regional Variation in Intonation. V/240 S. - Tübingen: Niemeyer, 2004.
ISBN: 3-484-30492-8
Dieser Band ist im IDS verfügbar:
[Buch] IDS-Bibliothek: Sig. MC 776
Alternatives Medium:
E-Book (PDF). Berlin / New York: de Gruyter. ISBN: 978-3-11-094336-8

The intonational diversity of regional varieties provides a challenge to both traditional and autosegmental theories of intonation, which mostly derived from the study of national standard languages. The ten chapters in this book give an overview of current research covering regional varieties of English, German, Italian and Greek. While all contributions share a general autosegmental perspective, they represent different approaches and use different types of data ranging from experimental speech data to spontaneous conversational speech.


Gilles, Peter / Peters, Jörg:
  Introduction: Different approaches to intonational variation S. 1
Grabe, Esther:
  Intonational variation in urban dialects of English spoken in the British Isles S. 9
Aufterbeck, Margit:
  Identifying sociolinguistic variables in intonation: The Onset Onglide in Anstruther Scottish English S. 33
Setting, Margret:
  Regionalized intonation in its conversational context S. 49
Krigler, Frank:
  The phonology and phonetics of nuclear rises in Swabian German S. 75
Ulbrich, Christiane:
  A comparative study of declarative intonation in Swiss and German standard varieties S. 99
Birkner, Karin:
  List intonation of German and Portuguese bilinguals in South Brazil S. 123
Savino, Michelina:
  Intonational cues to discourse structure in a regional variety of Italian S. 145
Grice, Martine / Savino, Michelina:
  Information structure and questions: Evidence from task-oriented dialogues in a variety of Italian S. 161
Papazachariou, Dimitris:
  Intonation variables in Greek polar questions S. 191
Siebenhaar, Beat / Forst, Martin / Keller, Eric:
  Prosody of Bernese and Zurich German: What the development of a dialectal speech synthesis system tells us about it S. 219
List of Contributors S. 239


  • Reich, Uli (2006): Rezension von: Peter Gilles & Jörg Peters (eds.): Regional Variation in Intonation. In: Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 25.1. Organ der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. S. 133-138. Text