무성폐쇄음의 기식음화 양상: 미국영어와 영국영어의 비교

Title
무성폐쇄음의 기식음화 양상: 미국영어와 영국영어의 비교
Other Titles
Patterns of Aspiration in American and British English.
Author(s)
신승훈최수희
Keywords
Aspiration; Voice Onset Time; Received Pronunciation; Postlexical Rule; Ease of Articulation; Ease of Perception
Issue Date
201302
Publisher
신영어영문학회
Citation
신영어영문학, no.54, pp.185 - 208
Abstract
The issue of disparity between American English (AE) and British English (Received pronunciation; RP) has most typically been studied in the context of phonetics and phonology. The aim of this study is to explore different patterns of aspiration realizations in AE and RP in various phonetic, phonological and morphological contexts. The results indicates that values of VOT in RP is much longer than those in American English. The analysis revealed an interesting pattern: while comparison in terms of morphological environment between the languages was not significant, there were significant correlations between the languages and phonological environments, and the languages and places of articulations. Also, patterns of aspiration also applied over a word or an affix boundary on a regular basis similarly as the patterns of aspiration within a word, which clearly shows that aspiration is a postlexical rule. Finally, we contend that the differences between aspiration in AE and aspiration in RP are the consequence of two major phonetic forces, “ease of articulation” and “ease of perception”.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/26317
ISSN
1226-9670
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