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General Introduction and Review of Past Work
Evidence for the Rhythmic Nature of Prominence
The Phonology of Deaccenting
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accent analyses accent placement accented syllable all-or-none American analysis argue assume assumption Bolinger Bolinger's British calling Chapter configurations constituent context contradiction contour contrastive stress cues deaccenting discussion elephantiasis endglide English intonation example explain fall-rise tone falling-rising French Toast function fundamental frequency gradient grammatical high-rise hypothesis iconic ideophonic interpretation intonation center intonation contours intonational lexicon intonational meaning involved Jackendoff language lexical lexical analysis linguistic low-rise morphemes narrow focus normal stress notion noun nuclear tones nucleus paralanguage paralinguistic phenomena phenomenon phonemes phonesthesia phonological phrase pitch accent pitch contours pitch levels pitch movement pitch obtrusion pitch peak pitch range pretonic accent prominence question relation rhythm rhythmic structure rise Schmerling Schmerling's seems seen segmental semantic sentence stress sequence signal simply Slaughterhouse-Five Sledd speaker specific stylized fall stylized intonation suggests suprasegmental syntactic taxonomy tion tone languages traditional Trager and Smith Trager-Smith tunes utterance Vanderslice and Ladefoged vowel