Lecture 2 Branches of Phonetics, Methods and Techniques

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Lecture 2: The Three Branches of Phonetics. Methods and Techniques. 1. Articulatory Phonetics  Studies the articulatory properties of speech sounds – how they are produced.  Methods: Instrumental vs. non-instrumental.  Non-instrumental: one’s own feeling of the position of the speech organs – KINAESTHETIC feeling (PROPRIOCEPTION).  Drawback: inaccurate and limited. INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIQUES PALATOGRAPHY – powdering the palate and observing the trace left after the contact.  Advantages: m
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  Lecture 2: The Three Branches of Phonetics. Methods and Techniques.  1. Articulatory Phonetics  Studies the articulatory properties of speechsounds  –  how they are produced.  Methods: Instrumental vs. non-instrumental.   Non- instrumental: one’s own feeling of the  position of the speech organs  –   KINAESTHETIC feeling(PROPRIOCEPTION).  Drawback: inaccurate and limited.  INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIQUES  PALATOGRAPHY  –  powdering the palateand observing the trace left after thecontact.  Advantages: more accurate.  Limits: applicable only for certain soundsand very short utterances.   
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