Prosody and Iconicity

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| Université de Rouen
| Laboratoire Parole & Langage, CNRS & Aix-Marseille Université
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The contributions to this volume focus on the interrelation between prosody and iconicity and shed new light on the topic by enlarging the number of parameters traditionally considered, and by confronting various theoretical backgrounds. The parameters taken into account include socio-linguistic criteria (age, sex, socio-economic category, region); different kinds of speech situation; affect (attitudes and emotions); gestures; morpho-syntactic constraints. The analysis is pursued in theoretical frameworks such as Information Structure theory, Grice's theory, Relevance theory, experiential blending, Gussenhoven's biological codes, prosodic modelling, automatic detection. The languages covered include English, French, Italian, Swedish, Egyptian Arabic, and Majorcan Catalan. The book will be of great interest to linguists working on prosody.
[Iconicity in Language and Literature, 13]  2013.  xv, 252 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Sylvie Hancil
vii–xvi
Prosodic iconicity and experiential blending
Antoine Auchlin
1–32
Emotional expressions as communicative signals
Yi Xu, Andrew Kelly and Cameron Smillie
33–60
Peak alignment and surprise reading: Is there any systematic correlation in Italian (Spoken in Florence)?
Olga Kellert
61–74
Emotional McGurk effect and gender difference – A Swedish study
Åsa Abelin
75–88
Beyond the given: An enunciative approach to the prosody of thematicity in English
Steven Schaefer
89–108
Pragmatic functions and the biological codes: Evidence from the prosody of sentence topic and focus in Egyptian Arabic declaratives
Dina El Zarka
109–126
Pitch accent types and the perception of focus in Majorcan Catalan wh-questions
Maria del Mar Vanrell
127–148
UK declarative rises and the frequency code
Daniel Hirst
149–160
Iconic interpretation of rhythm in speech
Tea Pršir and Anne-Catherine Simon
161–180
Iconicity of melodic contours in French
Philippe Martin
181–192
A study of postural, mimetic and gestural indicators combined with prosodic indicators: Perceptions of attitudes in French on the basis of a visually enacted oral discourse
Véronique Gosson
193–218
Automatic detection of emotion from real-life data
Laurence Devillers
219–232
Prosody and phonemes: On the influence of speaking style
Björn Schuller
233–250
Index
251–252
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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