A copy of this work was available on the public web and has been preserved in the Wayback Machine. The capture dates from 2018; you can also visit the original URL.
The file type is
Language and Speech
A bstract In o rd e r to ex p lo re th e influence o f c o n te x t on th e p hon etic design o f talk-in-interaction, w e investigated th e pitch characteristics o f s h o rt tu m s (in se rtio n s) th a t a re produced by on e Speaker betw een turns from a n o th e r Speaker. W e investigated th e hypothesis th a t th e Speaker o f th e insertion designs h e r tu rn as a pitch match to th e p rio r turn in o rd e r to align w ith th e previous speaker's agenda, w h ereas non-matching displaysdoi:10.1177/0023830911428874 pmid:22480026 fatcat:tdkbk2w42vbtjemnomtu3tszmm