Where to Associate Stressed Additive Particles? : Evidence from Speech Prosody

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INTERNATIONAL SPEECH COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION, , ed.. 13th annual conference of the International Speech Communication Association 2012 (INTERSPEECH 2012) : Portland, Oregon, USA, 9 - 13 September 2012. Red Hook, NY: Curran, 2013, pp. 678-681. ISBN 978-1-62276-759-5
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Theoretical approaches mostly associate stressed additive particles (e.g., auch in German) with contrastive topics. Empirical data show that these associated constituents (ACs) are produced more prominently than unassociated ones; however, they are not produced as contrastive topics. This paper compares the prosodic realizations of ACs, contrastive and non-contrastive topics. We found no differences in accent types but later alignment for contrastive than non-contrastive topics; ACs lie in-between. An unrestricted sentence completion task tested whether listener produce more additive particles upon hearing fragments with contrastive compared to non-contrastive topics. Completions containing additive particles were generally very rare, but cru-cially more frequent in sentences with a contrastive topic compared to a non-contrastive topic. We conclude that stressed additive particles associate with prominent accents, which may often be contrastive topics.

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400 Sprachwissenschaft, Linguistik
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intonation, additive particles, contrastive topic, alignment, information structure
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INTERSPEECH 2012, 9. Sept. 2012 - 13. Sept. 2012, Portland, Oregon, USA
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ISO 690BRAUN, Bettina, 2013. Where to Associate Stressed Additive Particles? : Evidence from Speech Prosody. INTERSPEECH 2012. Portland, Oregon, USA, 9. Sept. 2012 - 13. Sept. 2012. In: INTERNATIONAL SPEECH COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION, , ed.. 13th annual conference of the International Speech Communication Association 2012 (INTERSPEECH 2012) : Portland, Oregon, USA, 9 - 13 September 2012. Red Hook, NY: Curran, 2013, pp. 678-681. ISBN 978-1-62276-759-5
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@inproceedings{Braun2013Where-20710,
  year={2013},
  title={Where to Associate Stressed Additive Particles? : Evidence from Speech Prosody},
  isbn={978-1-62276-759-5},
  publisher={Curran},
  address={Red Hook, NY},
  booktitle={13th annual conference of the International Speech Communication Association 2012 (INTERSPEECH 2012) : Portland, Oregon, USA, 9 - 13 September 2012},
  pages={678--681},
  editor={International Speech Communication Association},
  author={Braun, Bettina}
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