An instrumental investigation of consonant sequences in a northern Australian language [ 2005 - 2007 ]

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Researchers Dr JM Fletcher; Prof AR Butcher

Brief description Australian indigenous languages are of great interest, due in part to their unique phonetic structure relative to many other languages of the world. Most advances in speech science and phonetic theory are based on studies of English, or other European languages, yet an important goal of phonetic science is to account for speaking and listening processes that are deemed to be universal. Our proposal seeks to address key aspects of current phonetic theory and models of speech sound production, by providing data from an indigenous Australian language.

Funding Amount $190,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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