Intonational Phrasing in Romance and Germanic: Cross-Linguistic and Bilingual Studies. (Sammelband)


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Herausgeber

Christoph Gabriel Conxita Lleó

Verlag
Benjamins
Stadt
Amsterdam
Publikationsdatum
2011
Auflage
1
Reihe
Hamburg Studies in Multilingualism 10
Weiterführender Link
http://www.benjamins.com/cgi-bin/t_bookview.cgi?bookid=HSM%2010
ISBN
978-90-272-1930-5 ( im KVK suchen )
Thematik nach Sprachen
Spanisch, Okzitanisch, Katalanisch, Italienisch, Französisch
Disziplin(en)
Phonologie, Sprachwissenschaft
Schlagwörter
Mehrsprachigkeit, Sprachkontakt, Phrasierung, Rhythmus, Intonation

Exposé

Languages differ regarding both the ways they group words into phrases and the surface cues they use to indicate relevant phrasing patterns. Modeling intonation in as many languages as possible has become a central goal of theoretical and empirical linguistics. However, intonational research has only recently begun to devote attention to the analysis of spontaneous speech, one of the central issues of this book. The volume contains eight contributions by international scholars, some of them members of the Research Center “Multilingualism” (Hamburg, Germany), all of them experts on intonation and most also on multilingualism. A central goal of the present volume is to expand the cross-linguistic and multilingual perspective of phrasing, focusing thereby on languages from the Romance and Germanic families, among them Catalan, French, German, Italian, Occitan, and Spanish. Within Spanish, special interest is given to several Argentinean dialects, and within Italian, the Neapolitan variety is compared with the standard one.

Inhalt

Table of contents

Foreword
Conxita Lleó and Christoph Gabriel
1–7

Part I. Phrasing across languages

Correlates of phrasing in French and German from an experiment with semi-spontaneous speech
Caroline Féry, Robin Hörnig and Serge Pahaut
11–41

The multi-facetted relation between phrasing and intonation contours in French
Brechtje Post
43–74

Phrasing, register level downstep and partial topic constructions in Neapolitan Italian
Mariapaola D’Imperio and Francesco Cangemi
75–94

Part II. Phrasing of languages in contact

Phrase boundary distribution in Catalan: Applying the prosodic hierarchy to spontaneous speech
Ariadna Benet, Conxita Lleó and Susana Cortés
97–126

Prosodic phrasing in the spontaneous speech of an Occitan/French bilingual
Trudel Meisenburg
127–151

Prosodic phrasing in Porteño Spanish
Christoph Gabriel, Ingo Feldhausen and Andrea Pešková
153–182

Broad-focus declaratives in Argentine Spanish contact and non-contact varieties
Laura Colantoni
183–212

Comparing cues of phrasing in German and Spanish child monolingual and bilingual acquisition
Martin Rakow and Conxita Lleó
213–234

Index
235–237


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Ersteller des Eintrags
Christoph Gabriel
Erstellungsdatum
Mittwoch, 22. Juni 2011, 10:09 Uhr
Letzte Änderung
Mittwoch, 22. Juni 2011, 10:09 Uhr