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The intonation of givenness: evidence from German
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In German, however, especially in read speech, paragraph finality is often marked by an H+L* L-% nuclear contour, which coincides with one of the intonation patterns tested in the experiment. Thus, S. Baumann, M. Grice / Journal of Pragmatics 38 () – 13 We have already pointed out that in German only the argument receives an. This paper reports the results of two identical experiments, one in Hindi and one in Indian English, that elicited semi-spontaneous sentences containing a focused agent or a focused patient. The primary aim of the experiments was to investigate the prosodic correlates of information structure in the two languages and to explain these correlates with a phonological model.
Transcendent objects have only a "quasi-givenness" (35) but when their existence is bracketed they can be brought, as phenomena, to the immanence of consciousness and are then characterized by "absolute givenness" (35) or, better, "absolute self-givenness" (6, 7, 28, 40, 41) which is constituted by "pure evidence" [i.e., Evidenz] (6, 40). A striking property of Georgian intonation is that focused postverbal material is prosodically separated from the core clause. The challenge of the present study is to assess the external validity of this experimental result by means of a corpus study. Corpus data is known to contain immense variability due to uncontrolled factors related to spontaneous speech production, such as segmental.
This article is a follow-up study of Féry and Kügler ( Pitch accent scaling on given, new and focused constituents in German. Journal of Phonetics, 36, –).It reports on an experiment of the F0 height of potential pitch accents in the postfocal region of German sentences and addresses in this way an aspect of the influence of information structure on the intonation of sentences. Intonation Intonation will be discussed within what is now known as the “autosegmental-metrical” (AM, a term coined by Ladd, ) theory of intonation (Pierrehumbert, ), and annotated using the German Tones and Break Indices (GToBI) system (Grice & Baumann, ).
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Baumann, Stefan The Intonation of Givenness Evidence from German [Copia librorum. The history of imaginary libraries ]. Get this from a library. The intonation of givenness: evidence from German. [Stefan Baumann]. The intonation of givenness: evidence from German. [Stefan Baumann] -- This book addresses students and researchers of phonetics/phonology, and the semantics and pragmatics of discourse.
Description: This book addresses students and researchers of phonetics/phonology, and the semantics and pragmatics of discourse. It employs an autosegmental-metrical model of intonation to investigate the marking of aspects of information structure, concentrating on the Given-New dimension.
The empirical evidence provided here is based on German. The empirical evidence provided here is based on German. It comprises the analysis of a read corpus and two perception experiments which show that the dichotomy of 'accented' versus 'uncaccented' corresponding to 'New' versus 'Given' information is inadequate.
The study shows that the two speech acts are differentiated by many prosodic means, both globally (duration, intonation contour) and locally (accent distribution in the clause-initial and clause-final regions; pitch, duration, intensity on various elements in the clause, especially the subject pronoun and the direct object, which are more.
The Intonation of Givenness (eBook) Evidence from German Stefan Baumann (Autor) The book series Linguistische Arbeiten (LA) publishes high-quality work in linguistics that addresses current issues in synchrony and diachrony, theoretically or empirically oriented. The empirical evidence provided here is based on German.
It comprises the. Statements were realized with different intonation contours according to intonational conventions in German (e.g. Féry and Kügler, ; Grice et al., ). After a neutral question (4), a valid answer would be prosodically characterized by a rise in pitch on the subject, followed by high plateau and a fall in pitch preceding the referent.
It employs an autosegmental-metrical model of intonation to investigate the marking of aspects of information structure, concentrating on the Given-New dimension. The empirical evidence provided here is based on German.
It shows that the dichotomy of 'accented' versus 'uncaccented' corresponding to 'New' versus 'Given' information is inadequate. Effects of focus and definiteness on children's word order: evidence from German five-year-olds' reproductions of double object constructions* - Volume 41 Issue 4 - BARBARA HÖHLE, ROBIN HÖRNIG, THOMAS WESKOTT, SELENE KNAUF, AGNES KRÜGER.
The Intonation of Givenness Evidence from German 1st Edition by Stefan Baumann and Publisher De Gruyter. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN:The print version of this textbook is ISBN:Intonation in spontaneous speech is very different from intonation in read speech.
• There is no clear mapping between information status and accent type in German. • Target models in acquisition research should be determined from spontaneous speech.
After that, he was a researcher at the Institute of Phonetics, Saarland University, where he finished his PhD in Besides project-related research on intonational phonology, annotation systems (GToBI) and emotive speech synthesis, he wrote his PhD dissertation on the prosodic marking of givenness in German.
Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. The intonation of givenness: Evidence from German, Linguistische ArbeitenTübingen: Niemeyer.
German intonation in autosegmental-metrical phonology. Studies of children’s use of intonation in reference are few in number but are diverse in terms of theoretical frameworks and intonational parameters.
In the current review, I present a re-analysis of the referents in each study, using a three-dimension approach (i.e., referential givenness-newness, relational givenness-newness, contrast), discuss the use of intonation at two levels.
The intonation of givenness: evidence from German. Berlin & New York: de Gruyter. Baumann, Stefan & Grice, Martine (). The intonation of accessibility. Journal of Pragmatics Evidence from German.
Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag. Baumann, Stefan & Martine Grice The intonation of accessibility. The paper is structured as follows: Section 2 defines givenness (or information status) as a nuanced cognitive notion, which – in intonation languages like German and English – is to a large extent expressed prosodically.
It is shown that not only presence or absence of an accent but also the type of an accent as well as its position in an. The Intonation of Givenness: Evidence from German really liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5(2). In addition, there is an associated website with sound files of the example sentences discussed in the book.
This well-known study will continue to appeal to researchers and graduate students who work on any aspect of intonation.
The intonation of givenness: evidence from German. Tübingen: Niemeyer. Beaugendre, Frédéric. Une étude.(‘I have a book to read’). Stefan to appear The Intonation of Givenness – Evidence from German.