LPP (CNRS - Sorbonne Nouvelle)
Session JEP orale O6 Production et perception Vendredi 13 Juin - 10h30 12h30
Bases phonétiques du trait [glotte ouverte] : données berbères
- Rachid Ridouane ( LPP (CNRS - Sorbonne Nouvelle))
- G.-Nick Clements ( LPP (CNRS - Sorbonne Nouvelle))
- Résumé : In spite of the fundamental role that distinctive features play in current linguistics, current research continues to raise many basic questions concerning the relation they have to measurable physical properties in the articulatory and acoustic/auditory domains. This paper addresses this question through the analysis of the phonetic bases of the distinctive feature [spread glottis], based on acoustic, fiberscopic, and photoelectroglottographic data from Tashlhiyt Berber. A definition for this feature is proposed, which associates a specific articulatory state and gesture with an equally specific acoustic cue. For this feature to be recovered, both the articulatory and acoustic conditions should be met.