Teaching and Researching English Accents in Native and Non-native Speakers

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ISBN: 978-3-642-24018-8 (Print) 978-3-642-24019-5 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

  2. Pronunciation: Production and Perception

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-14

      Teachability and Learnability of English Pronunciation Features for Vietnamese-Speaking Learners

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      Pages 15-29

      On the Irrelevance of Sounds and Prosody in Foreign-Accented English

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      Pages 31-47

      Foreign Accent Ratings in Third Language Acquisition: The Case of L3 French

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      Pages 49-58

      Acquiring Angma: The Velar Nasal in Advanced Learners’ English

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      Pages 59-71

      Vowel Quality and Duration as a Cue to Word Stress for Non-native Listeners: Polish Listeners’ Perception of Stress in English

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      Pages 73-82

      An EMA Study of Articulatory Settings in Polish Speakers of English

  3. Pedagogy

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 83-83

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      Pages 85-101

      The Effect of Explicit and Implicit Corrective Feedback on Eliminating Pronunciation Errors

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      Pages 103-111

      An Aptitude for Speech: The Importance of Mimicry Ability in Foreign Language Pronunciation

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      Pages 113-122

      MultiROMs and Online Applications Used for Teaching Phonetics in a Secondary School: A Critical Review

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      Pages 123-136

      The English Pronunciation Teaching in Europe Survey: Initial Results and Useful Insights for Collaborative Work

  4. Phonology

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 139-139

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      Pages 139-159

      English Vowels: The Long and Short of It

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      Pages 161-175

      Quantitative Intervocalic Relations: Evidence for Foot Structure

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      Pages 177-187

      Segmental and Prosodic Reasons for Non-Native Timing of her in Polish Learners, English Speech

  5. Sociolinguistics

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 189-189

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      Pages 191-205

      Stratification of English as a Lingua Franca: Identity Constructions of Learners and Speakers

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      Pages 207-217

      Intonation in the Perception of Brummie

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      Pages 219-228

      Sociophonetic Transfer in Polish Learners of English: The Case of Nasals

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      Pages 229-239

      [′beɾɚ] or [′betə]? Do Polish Learners of English Accommodate their Pronunciation? A Pilot Study

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      Pages 241-251

      Glottal Stops in General American (Intervocalic Environments)