Orthography and Phonology

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Collected here are eleven papers devoted to various aspects of the orthography/phonology interface. Topics include spelling-to-sound correspondence for English, French, and Russian, the design of a generative phonology for orthography data-base access, the linguistic sign and orthographic and phonological error, the analysis of Greenlandic school children’s spelling errors, the orthographic representation of phonemic nasalization and its implications for prosodic theory, the psycholinguistics of phonological recoding in reading, orthography as a variable in psycholinguistic experiments, spelling and dialect, orthography and the typology of phonological rules, and orthography and historical phonology.
[Not in series, 29]  1987.  xi, 238 pp.
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Table of Contents
List of Contributors
vii
Preface
ix
Towards a Theory of Phonemic Orthography
Petr Sgall
1
The Description of Spelling-to-Sound Relationships in English, French, and Russian: Progress, Problems, and Prospects
Bruce L. Derwing, Tom M.S. Priestly and Bernard L. Rochet
31
The Automatic Phonetic Transcription of English Text
S.G.C. Lawrence, B.J. Williams and G. Kaye
53
Phonological Access to Data Bases
L. Hitzenberger
65
On Linguistic Error
Philip A. Luelsdorff
77
A Preliminary Report on a Pilot Investigation of Greenlandic School Children’s Spelling Errors
Birgitte Jacobsen
101
The Orthographic Representation of Nasal Vowels in Acehnese
Mark Durie
131
Spelling and Dialect
Gunnel Melchers
187
The Reflection of Linguistic Structure in Dutch Spelling
Geert Booij
215
Zur alphabetischen Orthographie als Gegenstand der Sprachwissenschaft
Herbert Penzl
225
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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