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Phonetics and Phonology

Professor Shi Baohui

School of Foreign Languages, Beijing Forestry University

September 2006

Time: Wednesday 8-11

Place: Rm 101


1. Key Readings:

The basic text is:

Shi Baohui. 2006. Introducing Phonetics and Phonology. Handout.


The required readings are:

Odden, David. 2005. Introducing Phonology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Yavaş, Mehmet. 2006. Applied English Phonology. Oxford: Blackwell.

Clark, John & Colin Yallop. 1995. An Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology. 2/e. Oxford: Blackwell. Reprinted by FLTRP, 2001.



Kager, René. 1999. Optimality Theory. Chapters 1-2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Reprinted by FLTRP, 2001.
(See overleaf for a longer list of references.)
2. Lecture List


Week

Content

Texts

Readings

2

Introduction

Shi: Ch. 1; Clark & Yallop: Ch. 1.

Durand & Laks; Fant_50 years; Ladefoged_50 years; Ohala_1991.

3

Speech Production, IPA

Shi: Ch. 2; Clark & Yallop: Ch. 6; Odden: Ch. 1; Yavaş: Chs. 1 & 5.

4

Consonants

Shi: Ch. 3; Clark & Yallop: Ch. 2; Odden: Ch. 2.2; Yavaş: Ch. 3.

5

National Holiday & Reading Week

6

Vowels, coarticulation

Shi: Chs. 4-5; Clark & Yallop: Chs. 2-3; Odden: Ch. 2.1, 2.3; Yavaş: Ch. 4.

Odden_transcription; Durand_vowel; Odden_phoneme

7

Phonological processes & phonological rules

Shi: Ch. 6; Clark & Yallop: Ch. 4; Odden: Chs. 3-4; Yavaş: Ch. 2.

Odden_underlying

8

Generative phonology

Clark & Yallop: Ch.5; Odden: Ch. 5.

Odden_interacting

9

Feature Theory

Shi: Ch. 7; Clark & Yallop: Ch. 10; Odden: Chs. 6-9.

Odden_feature

10

Suprasegmentals

Shi: Ch. 8; Clark & Yallop: Ch. 9; Yavaş: Chs. 6-7.

Odden_prosody

11

Non-linear Theories

Shi: Ch. 9 (McCarthy 1982); Clark & Yallop: Ch. 11; Odden: Ch. 10.

12

Optimality Theory

Shi: Ch. 10; Kager: Chs. 1-2.

Prince & Smolensky_OT


3. Assessment

This is based on attendance, coursework, and mainly a paper at the end of the course.


4. Bibliography

(* has been reprinted by Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press; ** has been reprinted by Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press; *** has been reprinted by Peking University Press.)

Abercrombie, David. 1967. Elements of General Phonetics. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Ashby, Michael & John Maidment. 2005. Introducing Phonetic Science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bolinger, Dwight L. 1989. Intonation and Its Uses. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Brakel, Arthur. 1983. Phonological Markedness and Distinctive Features. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Catford, J.C. 2001. A Practical Introduction to Phonetics. 2/e. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Celce-Murcia, Marianne, Donna M. Brinton & Janet M. Goodwin. 1996. Teaching Pronunciation: A Reference for Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Chomsky, Noam & Morris Halle. 1968. The Sound Pattern of English. New York: Harper & Row.

*Clark, John & Colin Yallop. 1995. An Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology. 2/e. Oxford: Blackwell.

***Cruttenden, Alan. 1997. Intonation. 2/e. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Duanmu, San. 2000. The Phonology of Standard Chinese. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Durand, Jacques. 1990. Generative and Non-Linear Phonology. London: Longman.

Durand, Jacques & Bernard Laks. (eds.) 2002a. Phonetics, Phonology, and Cognition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Durand, Jacques & Bernard Laks. 2002b. Phonology, Phonetics, and Cognition. In Durand & Laks (eds.), pp. 10-50.

Ewen, Colin J. & Harry van der Hulst. 2001. The Phonological Structure of Words: An Introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Giegerich, Heinz J. 1992. English Phonology: An Introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

*Gimson, A. C. & Alan Cruttenden. 2001. Gimson’s Pronunciation of English. 6th ed. London: Arnold.

Goldsmith, J. A. 1990. Autosegmental and Metrical Phonology. Oxford: Blackwell.

Goldsmith, J. A. (ed.) 1995. The Handbook of Phonological Theory. Oxford: Blackwell.

Goldsmith, J. A. (ed.) 1999. Phonological Theory: The Essential Readings. Oxford: Blackwell.

Gussenhoven, Carlos. 2004. The Phonology of Tone and Intonation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

*Gussenhoven, Carlos & Haike Jacobs. 1998. Understanding Phonology. London: Arnold.

Gussmann, Edmund. 2002. Phonology: Analysis and Theory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Halle, Morris & G. N. Clements. 1983. Problem Book in Phonology. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT.

Halle, Morris & Jean-Roger Vergnaud. 1990. An Essay on Stress. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT.

Hammond, Michael. 1999. The Phonology of English. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hardcastle, William J. & John Laver. 1997. The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hyman, Larry M. 1975. Phonology: Theory and Analysis. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.

International Phonetic Association. 1999. Handbook of the International Phonetic Association. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Jones, Daniel. 1962. Outline of English Phonetics. Cambridge: Heffer.

**Jones, Daniel. 1997. English Pronouncing Dictionary. 15/e. (edited by Peter Roach and James Hartman). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

*Kager, René. 1999. Optimality Theory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kenstowicz, Michael. 1994. Phonology in Generative Grammar. Oxford: Blackwell.

Ladefoged, Peter. 1996. Elements of Acoustic Phonetics. 2/e. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Ladefoged, Peter. 2001. A Course in Phonetics. 4/e. Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt College Publishers.

Ladefoged, Peter. 2005a. A Course in Phonetics. 5th ed. New York: Harcourt.

Ladefoged, Peter. 2005b. Vowels and Consonants: An Introduction to the Sounds of Languages. 2nd ed. Oxford: Blackwell.

Lass, Roger. 1984. Phonology: An Introduction to Basic Concepts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Laver, John. 1994. Principles of Phonetics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Makkai, Valerie Becker. 1978. Phonological Theory: Evolution and Current Practice. Lake Bluff, Illinois: Jupiter Press.

McCarthy, John J. 2002. A Thematic Guide to Optimality Theory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

McCarthy, John J. 2004. Optimality Theory in Phonology: A Reader. Oxford: Blackwell.

Odden, David. 2005. Introducing Phonology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Prince, Alan & Paul Smolensky. 2004. Optimality Theory: Constraint Interaction in Generative Grammar. Oxford: Blackwell.

Ramsaran, Susan. (ed.) 1990. Studies in the Pronunciation of English: A Commemorative Volume in Honour of A. C. Gimson. London: Routledge.

*Roach, Peter. 2000. English Phonetics and Phonology. 3/e. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

**Roach, Peter. 2001. Phonetics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Roca, Iggy. 1994. Generative Phonology. London: Routledge.

Roca, Iggy & Wyn Johnson. 1999. A Course in Phonology. Oxford: Blackwell.

Schane, Sanford A. 1973. Generative Phonology. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall.

Schmerling, S. F. 1976. Aspects of English Sentence Stress. Austin & London: University of Texas Press.

Sloat, Clarence, Sharon Henderson Taylor & James E. Hoard. 1978. Introduction to Phonology. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall.

Spencer, Andrew. 1996. Phonology: Theory and Application. Oxford: Blackwell.

*Upton, Clive, William Kretzschmar, & Rafal Konopka. 2003. Oxford Dictionary of Pronunciation for Current English. New edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wells, John. 2000. Longman Pronunciation Dictionary. 2/e. Harlow: Pearson. Reprinted by the Commercial Press, Beijing, 2005.

Yavas, Mehmet. 2006. Applied English Phonology. Oxford: Blackwell.

***Yip, Moira. 2002. Tone. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

史宝辉. 2006(将出版).《音系学导论》. 北京: 北京大学出版社.







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