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eBook Phonology: A Cognitive View (Tutorial Essays in Cognitive Science Series) ePub

by Jonathan Kaye

  • ISBN: 0805804668
  • Category: Words Language and Grammar
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Jonathan Kaye
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (August 3, 1989)
  • Pages: 184
  • ePub book: 1893 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1303 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Designed to acquaint the reader with the field of phonology - the study of the systems of linguistically significant sounds - this book begins with a brief introduction to linguistics and a discussion of phonology's place within that field.

Designed to acquaint the reader with the field of phonology - the study of the systems of linguistically significant sounds - this book begins with a brief introduction to linguistics and a discussion of phonology's place within that field. It then goes on to cover a variety of topics including the nature of phonological units, phonological rules, which types of phenomena interest phonologists, and the evolution of phonological theory. Suitable for many applications, this volume assumes no previous knowledge of linguistics.

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Designed to acquaint the reader with the field of phonology -- the study of the systems of linguistically significant sounds -- this book begins with a brief introduction to linguistics and a discussion of phonology's place within that field. It then goes on to cover a variety of topics including the nature of phonological units, phonological rules, which types of phenomena interest phonologists, and the evolution of phonological theory. Suitable for many applications, this volume assumes no previous knowledge of linguistics. An excellent text for use in first or second year phonology courses, it will also be of value to those involved in cognitive science, neuroscience, artificial intelligence and computer science.

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Usic Usic
This rather terse volume is described as being for a non-specialist audience. Yet, specialities in linguistics tend to be so very narrow that I imagine even linguists who have not studied phonology recently might benefit from it. I read it as an EFL teacher with an interest in this area of linguistics as APPLIED linguistics.
If you don't know the difference between phonology and phonetics. Or if you have no idea what a phoneme is or why it is such an important but ultimately non-existent thing, this book will get you to a new state of knowledge. I liked this book because it clearly explains linguistics in that highly technical way that follows from Chomsky and Halle, but it also draws on psycholinguistic research in the way the popular writer, Pinker, might.
As I often do, I recommend this type of book for people in language teaching and literacy education, since the actual level of linguistic awareness in these professions is often appallingly low. Books like this might help those deciding language policy in education to know something about language.
Perhaps there is a list in the making here: books that language and literacy educators ought to read so that they are not ignorant about language. This book would definitely make the short list.
Agalas Agalas
to the new "autosegmental" approach in phonology. Kaye's examples taken largely from his field of African linguistics are a worthy correction to "eurocentric" viewpoints.