치경비음을 선행하는 치경폐쇄음의 발화양상: 벅아이 코퍼스의 미국영어를 중심으로
- 치경비음을 선행하는 치경폐쇄음의 발화양상: 벅아이 코퍼스의 미국영어를 중심으로
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- Realizations of Alveolar Stops before Alveolar Nasals in the Buckeye Corpus of Conversational Speech.
- Key words: Alveolar stop; alveolar nasal; flapping; nasal plosion; glottaling; Buckeye Corpus of Conversational Speech; consonantal weakening; exposure frequency
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- 영어학, v.14, no.2, pp.279 - 300
- Shin, Seung-Hoon. 2014. Realizations of Alveolar Stops beforeAlveolar Nasals in the Buckeye Corpus of ConversationalSpeech. Korean Journal of English Language and Linguistics 14-2.
279-300. A sequence of an alveolar stop and an alveolar nasal inAmerican English is subject to various phonological variationssuch as flapping, nasal plosion and glottaling. Based on theBuckeye Corpus of Conversational Speech, this paper examinedhow such a sequence was realized depending on morphological,phonetic, phonological and sociolinguistic factors. Results indicatethat voiceless alveolar stops before alveolar nasals frequentlyunderwent glottaling while voiced counterparts tended toparticipate in nasal plosion, which shows that [voice] is asignificant factor. Such a result lies in the tendency to respectfaithfulness to the voice feature. The result also shows thatglottaling of a voiceless alveolar stop is an active phonologicalrule that applies wherever it meets the environment. In terms ofmorphology, nasal plosion was prevalent within a root whileglottaling was very common over an affix boundary, whichmeans that consonantal weakening such as glottaling appliesmore to a weak morphological unit. Gender and Age, however, were not main factors in those variations.
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