17.2203, Qs: English Voiced Affricate

Mon Jul 31 19:43:34 UTC 2006

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Subject: 17.2203, Qs: English Voiced Affricate

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Date: 30-Jul-2006
From: Úrsula Kirsten Torrado < kirsten at uvigo.es >
Subject: English Voiced Affricate 

-------------------------Message 1 ---------------------------------- 
Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2006 15:42:07
From: Úrsula Kirsten Torrado < kirsten at uvigo.es >
Subject: English Voiced Affricate 

I am a PhD student in Spain. I have been working on my dissertation on the
relationship between English spelling and pronunciation. I was wondering if
you know any article dealing with the production and perception of the
English voiced postalveolar affricate found in the word jump. I have found
some interesting articles but they deal with fricatives instead of
affricates as the one from Blandon. 

If you know any article please let me know where and how can I get it. 

Thank you very much in advance and sorry for any inconvenience this e-mail
may have caused you. 

Yours faithfully,
Úrsula Kirsten 

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics

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