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Accommodation methods and strategies
Le phénomène d'accommodation en linguistique, à l'interface de la sémantique et de la pragmatique, relève essentiellement de la capacité du locuteur à s'ajuster à son milieu ou à son objet. Ce numéro propose de l'éclairer selon plusieurs perspectives successives et complémentaires, en lien avec les...
Portuguese phonetics and phonology: a latoratorial didactic model
As línguas naturais são veículos orais de comunicação que eventualmente se escrevem. É muito importante refletir sobre os sons do português, usando todos recursos que a tecnologia coloca ao nosso dispor, especialmente os laboratórios fonéticos, que nos permitem gravar mensagens, analisá-las, diagnos...
Linguistic and identity consequences of linguistic and dialectal contact in Cali: variations in word order
Colombia is a highly diverse country in sociolinguistic terms. Sixty six indigenous languages and several local varieties of Spanish attest this diversity. Indigenous minority groups as well as rural populations, coming from different regions of the country, converge within the largest urban metropo...
Phonological convergence and divergence in simultaneous bilinguals, language learners, and monolinguals
1.IntroductionThe phonetic realization of a word varies depending on sex, age, regional dialect, and a speaker’s language background. Phonetic convergence (PC) describes the process by which the acoustic-phonetic form of an individual assimilates that of a person or model after recent or prolonged e...
SIRL Kickoff Workshop
The SIRL (Social Interaction in the Representation of Language) Kickoff Workshop serves as a starting point for the SIRL project, which addresses the role of social information (e.g., gender, ethnicity, socio-economic status) in how linguistic forms are perceived, remembered, accessed and produced....
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The neural oscillatory markers of phonetic convergence during verbal interaction
International audience During a conversation, neural processing of speech production and speech perception in both speakers temporally overlap and is continuously modulated in real time, based on conversation dynamics, context, expectations, and quality of the interaction. Recently, a growing intere...
Converging toward a common speech code: imitative and perceptuo-motor recalibration processes in speech production
International audience Auditory and somatosensory systems play a key role in speech motor control. In the act of speaking, segmental speech movements are programmed to reach phonemic sensory goals, which in turn are used to estimate actual sensory feedback in order to further control production. The...
Secondary Long Vowels in Words with Primary Long Vowels in the Turkish Dialects
In languages, long vowels are divided into primary long vowels and secondary/indirect long vowels. Primary long vowels are vowels that have been long since the earliest known examples of a language and have not been elongated due to any sound event. Secondary long vowels are; although they are not l...
Accommodation of L2 Speech in a Repetition Task: Exploring Paralinguistic Imitation
International audience Phonetic convergence is the process by which a speaker adapts his/her speech to sound more similar to his/her interlocutor. While most studies analysing this process have been conducted amongst speakers sharing the same language or variety, this experiment focuses on imitation...
Pronounce the languages: variations, emotions and mediations
Ce nouveau numéro de Lidil vise une réflexion prospective sur les méthodologies de recherche permettant une meilleure prise en compte de la variation et des émotions dans la parole, notamment dans l’apprentissage d’une langue. Pour atteindre cet objectif, une démarche plurielle scientifique est néce...
Questions of phraseological synonymy in Russian and Croatian literary languages
На материале хорватского литературного языка автор указывает на элементы различения фразеологических вариантов от синонимов и приводит типы варырования на фонетическом, морфологическом, словообразовательном, синстаксическом и лексическом планах. Затем останавливается на вопросе ограниченной синоними...
Spanish in Albuquerque, New Mexico: Spanish-English Bilingual Adults’ and Children’s Vocalic Realizations
This study explores vocalic production and variation in 29 Spanish-English bilingual children and adults from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Linear mixed-effects models analyzed the effects of lexical stress, word position, phonetic context, Spanish use, and lexical frequency on the F1 (height) and F2 (fr...
La mimésis vocale : un phénomène dialogique ?
This paper tackles the question of the markers of dialogism at the lowest level of speech, i.e., that of phonetics. Several cases of vocal mimesis found in the scientific literature are interpreted here in the light of Bakhtin’s ‘internal dialogical process’. Satirical vocal mimicry, phonetic conver...
Constructing the audio format in the performance of the theater actor
The science of (- - Semiology) comes in the introduction to language sciences and linguistics that addressed the levels of language building and its phonemic signs, through which we can monitor and analyze the data of the phoneme of the actor, and the ways to build his linguistic speech, especially...
Accommodation in learner corpora: A case study in phonetic convergence
Phonetic convergence is the process by which a speaker adapts his speech to sound more similar to his/her interlocutor. While most studies analyzing this process have been conducted amongst speakers sharing the same language or variety, this preliminary experiment focuses on native/non-native intera...
Phonetic convergence and imitation of speech by cochlear implant patients
International audience Speech communication can be viewed as an interactive process involving a functional coupling between sensory and motor systems. One striking example comes from phonetic convergence, when speakers unconsciously tend to mimic their interlocutor’s speech during communicative inte...
Two phonetic studies of suprasegmental aspects (F0 and rhythm) of the speech of French-speaking English learners
Towards a meta-analysis of phonetic convergence effects in non-interactive speech production tasks
International audience Since Goldinger’s (1998) and Pardo’s (2006) seminal studies, there has been strong interest in phonetic convergence between speakers in the production of speech. Considerable effort has been put into exploring the cerebral, sensorimotor and cognitive bases of phonetic converge...
Brain and mind of animals
The structure of the human brain can be divided successively stacked layers: the lizard brain (it is possible to breathing, eating and sleeping), dog brain (the ability to create a hierarchical society) and evolutionary novelty as the human brain (the ability to abstract thinking). Human neocortex i...
Phonetic and phonological imitation of intonation in two varieties of Italian
International audience The aim of this study was to test whether both phonetic and phonological representations of intonation can be rapidly modified when imitating utterances belonging to a different regional variety of the same language. Our main hypothesis was that tonal alignment, just as other...
Allophonic imitation within and across word positions
This dissertation investigates imitation in speech, which is the general tendency shown by a speaker to become more similar to another speaker in the way they speak. Many of us have experienced this while talking to someone who is speaking the same language but with a different accent. Conversing wi...
Sensory-motor relationships in speech production in post-lingually deaf cochlear-implanted adults and normal-hearing seniors: Evidence from phonetic convergence and speech imitation
International audience Speech communication can be viewed as an interactive process involving a functional coupling between sensory and motor systems. One striking example comes from phonetic convergence, when speakers automatically tend to mimic their interlocutor’s speech during communicative inte...
Secondary Anticipatory Nasality in Księgi o gospodarstwie by Piotr Krescentyn from 1549
The article is a continuation of research concerning textual differences of the distribution of variant graphic and phonetic forms in the first Polish-language edition of Księgi o gospodarstwie by Piotr Krescentyn (Helena Unglerowa, 1549). The analysis comprised the markings of the secondary anticip...
Continuity or Discontinuity – the Case of Macedonian Phonetics
Continuity or Discontinuity – the Case of Macedonian PhoneticsThe article presents its principal topic of the continuity of linguistic phenomena based on the material of Macedonian phonetics, treated as a constituent of south-east European phonetics, and not as an element of the Slavic world. It pro...
Rethinking the toponymic politics in Belarus in the 20–21 centuries: toward the post-colonial perspective
The article explores the historical trends and patterns in the politics of space in toponymic landscapes of Soviet and postSoviet Belarus through the prism of critical toponymy and the post-colonial theoretical approach. This work aims to reveal the colonial essence of the toponymic politics and pol...