PDF | On Dec 1, , Miguel Cuevas-Alonso and others published DAVID ODDEN, Introducing Phonology. This accessible textbook provides a clear and practical introduction to phonology, the study of sound patterns in language. Designed for undergraduates with. Designed for students with only a basic knowledge of linguistics, this leading textbook provides a clear and practical introduction to phonology.
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Annemarie Apple rated it really liked it May 29, Martin rated it really liked it Oct 04, Between Syntax and Semantics.
Subject, Voice and Ergativity. Odden needs to take a page from Psychologists and write a better textbook. It teaches in a step-by-step fashion the logical techniques of phonological analysis and the fundamental theories that underpin it.
Introducing Phonology by David Odden
Over sixty graded exercises encourage students to make their own analyses of phonological patterns and processes, ba This accessible textbook provides a clear and practical introduction to phonology, the study of sound patterns in language. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Odden is an Africanist, and the wealth of little-known African languages he has assembled here for example makes this an especially intriguing textbook.
I want to look for the meaning of phonology, phonetics and phonema in third book.
The Cambridge Dictionary of Linguistics. Introducing English Linguistics Charles F. Overall rating No ratings yet 0.
Over sixty graded exercises encourage students to make their own analyses of phonological patterns and processes, based on extensive data and problem sets from a variety of languages. This book shows how to do phonology and how to think like a phonologist. Book ratings by Goodreads. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long.
After the elementary matters of phonemes and allophones, Odden covers the rigours fo feature theory, phonological typology and naturalness.
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Other books in the series. No trivia or quizzes yet. Introducing Syntax Olaf Koeneman. I’m not a big fan of this book, though I’m told it’s one of the best Phonology texts out there. odcen
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Mar rated it did not like it Apr 03, For folks who have some linguistic background, e. Perhaps it’s because the concepts being covered aren’t that difficult, and can’t help but be dry.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. It certain proves friendlier than the entry in the Cambridge Textbooks of Linguistics red cover line.
Selected pages Title Page. However, he also teaches basic principles through English, Russian, Finnish, inhroducing many more European languages. Review quote ‘Odden’s [Introducing] Phonology is unequalled in its explanations of basic phonological concepts and the reasoning behind phonological analyses.
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May 16, Kenneth Trease rated it liked it Shelves: One or the other, but why switch for no apparent reason? Cambridge Introductions to Language and Linguistics. Intdoducing Articulatory Basis of Locality in Phonology.
The occasional page break would go a long way to making the problems easier to deal with, with less flipping back and forth it seems there’s constantly the first half of a problem on one side, the second half on the next page. The Sounds of Korean. Cambridge Introductions to Language and Linguistics.
Indah Sari rated it really liked it Dec 24, Melody rated it liked it May 27, Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of The final chapter on nonlinear representations makes a case for reconceptualizing data instead of ignoring troublesome facts, thus furthering theory. The Sound Structure of English. Adding this book as a complementary reading material to my linguistic courses, the content of the book to some extent satisfied me. Som Adding this book as a complementary reading material to my linguistic courses, the content of the book to some extent satisfied me.
Introducing Semantics Nick Riemer. That doesn’t even make sense. It merits a look from not just first-year undergraduates.