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  • PAC- The Phonology of Contemporary English - SAMPLES
    Top Home corpora Database Publications Tools Management board You are here Home SAMPLES About PAC PAC Protocol Conventions Samples Links Events NEWS ABOUT LVTI LVTI PROTOCOL Conventions SAMPLES EVENTS NEWS

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  • PAC- The Phonology of Contemporary English - EVENTS
    Home corpora Database Publications Tools Management board You are here Home EVENTS About PAC PAC Protocol Conventions Samples Links Events NEWS ABOUT LVTI LVTI PROTOCOL Conventions SAMPLES EVENTS NEWS Coming

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  • PAC- The Phonology of Contemporary English - NEWS
    Database Publications Tools Management board You are here Home NEWS About PAC PAC Protocol Conventions Samples Links Events NEWS ABOUT LVTI LVTI PROTOCOL Conventions SAMPLES EVENTS NEWS Coming soon Joomla

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  • PAC- The Phonology of Contemporary English - PAC- The Phonology of Contemporary English
    between English and Polish PDF Aurélie Chlebowski The prosody of nasal grunts in the NECTE corpus PDF Olivier Glain The phonological fuzziness of palatalisation in contemporary English A case of near phonemes PDF Cécile Viollain The Short Front Vowel Shift in the light of the PAC New Zealand corpus from empirical data to a Dependency analysis Adrien Méli Vowel acquisition in French English interphonology LINK Quentin Dabouis English Phonology and the Literate Speaker PDF Stephan Whilhelm Beyond Universals PDF Anita Szakay and Eivind Torgersen Voice quality differences in London English The effect of gender and ethnicity PDF Caroline Bouzon and Kathleen M O Connor The interaction of the syllabification and aspiration in the English of French learners PDF Daniel Hirst The automatic analysis of speech prosody perspectives for computer assisted learning PDF Fabien Techer and Nicolas Ballier The CV effect French enchaînement and liaison among French learners of English PDF Uliana Petrunina Some prosodic features of checking and yes no questions in African American English PDF Sophie Herment Laetitia Leonarduzzi Exploring Phonosyntax in Newcastle English PDF Jérémy Castanier Stress placement in etymologically prefixed disyllabic noun verb pairs revisited a semantic and diachronic approach PDF Takayuki Konishi Mariko Kondo Acoustic manifestation

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  • PAC- The Phonology of Contemporary English - Publications_2
    Toulouse le Mirail PDF Caroline Bouzon Cyril Auran Daniel Hirst 2004 Comparative approaches to prosody across varieties of English Tribune des Langues Vivantes 36 123 138 PDF Philip Carr Jacques Durand Monika Pukli 2004 The PAC project Principles and Methods Tribune des Langues Vivantes 36 24 35 PDF Philip Carr Jacques Durand 2004 General American and New York City English Tribune des Langues Vivantes 36 56 69 PDF Laetitia Calabrese Marion Coadou 2004 Aspects of the rhythm and intonation of Welsh English Tribune des Langues Vivantes 36 139 147 PDF Philip Carr 2004 London English and its influence on varieties of British English Tribune des Langues Vivantes 36 70 73 PDF Fran Colman 2004 On diachronic linguistics variation and English phonology Tribune des Langues Vivantes 36 3 11 PDF Jacques Durand Monika Pukli 2004 How to construct a phonological corpus PRAAT and the PAC project Tribune des Langues Vivantes 36 36 46 PDF Jacques Durand 2004 English in early 21st century Scotland a phonological perspective Tribune des Langues Vivantes 36 87 105 PDF John Ford 2004 Evolution and Devolution An Examination of the Historical Development of Scottish English Tribune des Langues Vivantes 36 12 23 PDF Jean Pierre Montreuil 2004

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  • PAC- The Phonology of Contemporary English - PAC 2012
    follows to give a better picture of spoken English in its unity and diversity geographical social and stylistic to test phonological and phonetic models from a synchronic and diachronic point of view making room for the systematic study of variation to favour communication between specialists in speech and in phonological theory to provide corpus based data and analyses which will help improve the teaching of English as a foreign language To achieve these goals the cornerstone of the PAC project is the creation of a corpus of oralEnglish coming from a wide variety of linguistic areas in the English speaking world such as Great Britain Received Pronunciation Lancashire York Ayrshire Edinburgh Glasgow West Midlands Birmingham Black Country Republic of Ireland Limerick Cork Canada Alberta Ontario Australia New South Wales New Zealand Christchurch Dunedin India Delhi English Mumbai USA California West Texas Saint Louis Boston North Carolina The protocol used is the same throughout and was inspired by the classical methodology of William Labov Although significant corpora of oral English already exist many of them have been conceived along exclusively sociolinguistic rather than explicitly phonological lines In other cases hardly any information is available on speakers beyond gender and regional affiliation Furthermore few corpora are based upon a single methodology permitting a fully comparative analysis of the data The approach chosen by the PAC project is modeled on the French PFC project La Phonologie du Français Contemporain coord M H Côté Ottawa University J Durand B Laks Paris X and C Lyche Oslo Tromsø http www projet pfc net This parent project has demonstrated how a corpus which was originally conceived for phonology can lend itself to many other types of linguistic exploitation the lexicon morpho syntax prosody pragmatics dialectology sociolinguistics and interaction All contributions on the phonology and phonetics of contemporary English are welcome Other things being equal papers with a focus on variation and change within a corpus approach will be given priority Plenary sessions will alternate with shorter oral presentations along with swift five minute presentations to accompany posters presented in our two Speed Postering sessions A PAC workshop will form part of the general programme of the conference Papers are expected to be delivered in English INVITED PLENARY SPEAKERS Felicity Cox Macquarie University Australia Ulrike Gut University of Augsburg Germany Nicolas Ballier University of Paris VII France SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE Maciej Baranowski University of Manchester England Joan C Beal Sheffield University Ricardo Bermudez Otero University of Manchester England Phil Carr EMMA University of Montpellier III France Jacques Durand CLLE ERSS University of Toulouse II France Colleen Fitzgerald University of Texas Arlington USA Jean Michel Fournier University of Tours France Heinz Giegerich University of Edinburgh Scotland Michael T Hammond University of Arizona USA Sophie Herment University of Aix Marseille I France Daniel Hirst University of Aix Marseille I France Patrick Honeybone University of Edinburgh Scotland Wyn Johnson University of Essex England Mariko Kondo University of Waseda Japan Christiane Migette University of Paris XIII France Monika Pukli University of Strasbourg

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  • PAC- The Phonology of Contemporary English - PAC 2013
    lpl univ aix fr PAC2013 index html and the Aix Marseille University in Aix en Provence For the 2013 conference we particularly welcome proposals on the use of automatic tools for the study of very large data sets One afternoon will be dedicated to a session on tools and annotation Brigitte Bigi will present SPPAS a tool to produce automatically phonetic annotations from a recorded speech sound and its orthographic transcription http aune lpl univ aix fr bigi sppas and Sophie Herment will do a demo on Momel and Intsint for prosodic annotation The session will also address more theoretical issues We would also like to open perspectives on L2 research with papers dealing with interphonologies and will organize a special session on this issue Special session on interphonology organisers V Lacoste N Herry Bénit T Kamiyama This special session offers to investigate the phonetic and phonological systems developed by non native speakers learners of English who have command of English either as a foreign language EFL or a second language ESL in various parts of the world and in different contexts of communication Interphonology will be discussed both as a theoretical linguistic construct and empirically by looking into aspects

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  • PAC- The Phonology of Contemporary English - PAC 2014
    the PAC 2014 program here PAC is a project which aims at 1 giving a better picture of spoken English in its unity and diversity geographical social and stylistic 2 testing phonological and phonetic models from a synchronic diachronic and variationist point of view 3 favouring communication between phonological studies and speech specialists 4 providing data and analyses which will help improve the teaching of English as a foreign language

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