Sound Approach to Language Matters

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Title Sound Approach to Language Matters
 
Creator Nyvad, Anne Mette; English Department, School of Communication and Culture, Aarhus University
Hejná, Michaela
Højen, Anders
Jespersen, Anna Bothe
Sørensen, Mette Hjortshøj
Best, Catherine
Avesani, Cinzia
Vayra, Mario
Bundgaard-Nielsen, Rikke
Baker, Brett Joseph
Rasmussen, Sidsel
Yan, Mengzhu
Whalen, D. H.
Carlet, Angélica
Cebrian, Juli
Kluge, Denise Cristina
Sørensen, Mette Hjortshøj
Jørgensen, Henrik
Wood, Johanna
Hua, Congehao
Li, Bin
Wayland, Ratree
Cooper, Angela
Wang, Yue
Behne, Dawn M.
Hejná, Mísa
Jespersen, Anna
Lee, Goun
Jongman, Allard
Li, Yingjie
Sereno, Joan A.
Niebuhr, Oliver
Balling, Laura Winther
Christensen, Ken Ramshøj
Horslund, Camilla Søballe
Kizach, Johannes
Vikner, Sten
Nyvad, Anne Mette
Mora, Joan C.
Mora-Plaza, Ingrid
Flege, James Emil
Højen, Anders
Polka, Linda
Ruan, Yufang
Masapollo, Matthew
Steinlen, Anja
Piske, Thorsten
Karmeli, Sophia
Mooshammer, Christine
Tyler, Michael
 
Subject Festschrift in honor of Professor Ocke-Schwen Bohn
 
Description The contributions in this Festschrift were written by Ocke’s current and former PhD-students, colleagues and research collaborators. The Festschrift is divided into six sections, moving from the smallest building blocks of language, through gradually expanding objects of linguistic inquiry to the highest levels of description - all of which have formed a part of Ocke’s career, in connection with his teaching and/or his academic productions: “Segments”, “Perception of Accent”, “Between Sounds and Graphemes”, “Prosody”, “Morphology and Syntax” and “Second Language Acquisition”. Each one of these illustrates a sound approach to language matters.
 
Publisher AU Library Scholarly Publishing Services
 
Date 2019-05-16
 
Type Book
text
 
Format Digital
 
Identifier http://ebooks.au.dk/index.php/aul/catalog/book/322
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Source AU Library Scholarly Publishing Services;
 
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