ANT102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: International Phonetic Alphabet, Articulatory Phonetics, Acoustic Phonetics

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Watch bitter melons !noi: significant difference: producer of sound, speaker, hearing and producing sound are two different activities, phones- sounds produced and perceived) Essentially sounds, technical term for a linguistic sound, produced and perceived: phonemes- units of org. of speech sounds. Mental constant of how sounds are perceived: allophones- perceived to be same. Allophones refers to different sounds that are perceived as the same sound: phonetic & phonemics- involving different way of analyzing language and culture, mind, thought. Distinction: phonetics is how the sounds are produced using physics or physiology, Phonemics: is culture, language is an aspect of culture so that specific sets of sounds that: etic & emic. Concepts of cultural anthropology have taken from lin. Comes from cultural anthropology, worried these terms for linguistics, one term was supposed to denote the objective etic, whereas the emic is the natives perspective, perspective of a particular culture.

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