The Syllable and its Prosody in Chinese
Special issue of Language and Linguistics 23:1 (2022)
[Language and Linguistics, 23:1] 2022. v, 139 pp.
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Table of Contents
Active Syllable Average Limit 1,000 (音涯一千): The phonemic cognitive ability of humanJiangping Kong | pp. 4–19
Syllable isochrony and the prosodic features of stop syllables in CantoneseLing Zhang | pp. 20–46
Prosodic realization of tonal target and F0 peak alignment in Mandarin neutral toneAijun Li and Zhiqiang Li | pp. 47–81
Melodic-prosodic duality of the syllable: An application to ChineseYuan Liang and Lian-Hee Wee | pp. 82–115
A preliminary study on nasalization and phonation: The case of BaiXuan Li and Feng Wang | pp. 116–139