|aChichester, West Sussex [England] :|bWiley Blackwell,|c2020.
|aix, 322 pages :|billustrations ;|c26 cm
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|a"A leading textbook for English Phonetics and Phonology, the fourth edition of Applied English Phonology is an accessible, authoritative introduction to the English sound system. Providing clear explanations and numerous illustrative examples, this new edition has been fully updated with the latest research and references. Detailed discussions of fundamental concepts of applied English phonology cover phonetic elements, phonemics, English consonants and vowels, stress and intonation, structural factors in second language phonology, and much more. Designed for students and professionals in both theoretical and applied linguistics, education, and communication sciences and disorders, this textbook contains new material throughout, including a new chapter introducing typical phonological development, patterns of simplification, and disordered phonology. Expanded sections explore topics such as contracted forms, issues in consonant and vowel transcription conventions, and regional dialects of American English. Written by an internationally recognized scholar and educator, Applied English Phonology, Fourth Edition is essential reading for anyone in applied phonetics and phonology courses, as well as students and practitioners in areas of language and linguistics, TESOL, and communication sciences and disorders"--|cProvided by publisher.
|aEnglish language|xStudy and teaching|xForeign speakers.
Mehmet Yavaş is Professor of Linguistics at Florida International University, USA. He has published numerous articles and books on applied phonology. Among those are Romance-Germanic Bilingual Phonology (2017) Unusual Productions in Phonology: Universals and Language-Specific Considerations (2015), Phonology: Development and Disorders (1998), First andSecond Language Phonology (1994), Phonological Disorders in Children (1991) and Avaliacao fonologica da crianca (1990), a phonological assessment procedure for Brazilian Portuguese.