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Sociophonetics, at the crossroads of speech variation, processing and communication

Edited by Silvia Calamai, Chiara Celata and Luca Ciucci © 2012, Edizioni della Normale

Papers from the international workshop “Sociophonetics, at the crossroads of speech variation, processing and communication”
Pisa, Scuola Normale Superiore, 14th-15th December, 2010

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Alessandro Vietti, Language contact and sociophonetic variation. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.20
Alexandra Markó, Judit Bóna, Fundamental frequency patterns: the factors of age and speech type. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.12
Antonella Gaillard-Corvaglia, Empiricism and sociolinguistic cladistics: analysis of a Salentinian idiolects network. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.07
Francesca Biliotti, Silvia Calamai, Linguistic opinions and attitudes in Tuscany: verbal guise experiments on the varieties of Arezzo and Florence. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.01
Hanna Ruch, Affrication of /st/-clusters in Western Andalusian Spanish: variation and change from a sociophonetic point of view. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.16
Hans Georg Piroth, Peter Skupinski, Merging and splitting processes in Mountain Silesian: A comparison to the Standard German vowel system. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.15
Isao Ueda, On the sociophonetic status of emphatic verbs in Shizuoka Japanese. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.19
Katalin Mády, Shortening of long high vowels in Hungarian: a perceptual loss ?. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.11
Maria Chiara Felloni, Daniele Avesani, The global interrogative intonation as a social index in Parma linguistic community. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.05
Nadia Nocchi, Lorenzo Filipponio, Lo vuoi co[z]í o co[s]í? A sociophonetic study on sibilants in the regional Italian of Livorno (Tuscany). DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.14
Nicholas Flynn, A preliminary investigation of the sociophonetics of Nottingham adolescents. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.06
Paolo Bravi, Social and cultural factors in the /dd/ phonetic change in Sardinian. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.02
Rachele Delucchi, Francesco Cangemi, Michele Loporcaro, Sociolinguistic interpretation needs geography (and dialectology): final unstressed vowels in some southern Campanian dialects. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.04
Sandra Jansen, High back vowel fronting in the north-west of England. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.08
Silvia Calamai, Chiara Celata, Towards a sociophonetic explanation of anticipatory and perseverative assimilation in Italian nasal+stop clusters. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.03
Stephan Schmid, Segmental features of Swiss German ethnolects. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.18
Stephanie Lain, Acoustic [voice] correlate variation by dialect: data from Venezuelan Spanish. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.10
Svetlana Kaminskaïa, Language maintenance and tonal variation in French in contact. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.09
Sylvia Moosmüller, The roles of stereotypes, phonetic knowledge, and phonological knowledge in the evaluation of dialect authenticity. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.13
Valentina Russo, Norbert Dittmar, Bernd Pompino-Marschall, The early days of oral language teaching: the diffusion of German in fascist Italy. DOI number 10.2422/7642-434-2.2012.17

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On December 14th-15th, 2010, the international workshop “Sociophonetics, at the crossroads of speech variation, processing and communication” was held in Pisa, Scuola Normale Superiore, with the participation of eleven invited speakers and over ninety scholars coming from Europe, USA, Asia and Africa (http://linguistica.sns.it/Sociophonetics/home.htm). The local organizing committee, headed by Pier Marco Bertinetto and Chiara Celata from Scuola Normale Superiore and Silvia Calamai from Siena University, received forty submissions for poster presentation. The evaluation and reviewing of which could not have been achieved without the help of a small but generous scientific committee, composed by (in alphabetical order) Hans Basbøll, Gaetano Berruto, Wolfgang U. Dressler, Olle Engstrand, Alberto M. Mioni, Bruno Moretti and Daniel Recasens. The twenty papers collected in this volume are a selection of the works that were presented as posters at the conference. By covering a broad range of topics and introducing different theoretical and experimental perspectives in sociophonetic research, they fully demonstrate the popularity of the conference, and the widespread need for the sharing of ideas within a truly international community. We gratefully acknowledge all those who have contributed to producing these proceedings and in particular Pier Marco Bertinetto, Director of the Laboratorio di Linguistica “Giovanni Nencioni” at Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, who supported our editorial initiative and pleaded the sociophonetic cause by the Edizioni della Normale publishing house. This volume is dedicated to the memory of Edda Farnetani (1936-2010). Silvia Calamai, Chiara Celata, Luca Ciucci

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Titolo Sociophonetics, at the crossroads of speech variation, processing and communication
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Editing/translation Edited by Silvia Calamai, Chiara Celata and Luca Ciucci © 2012, Edizioni della Normale
ISBN 978-88-7642-434-2
Anno di pubblicazione 2012
Oggetto Letterature e linguistica
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