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  1. The sounds of language: an introduction to phonetics and phonology - Elizabeth C. Zsiga 2013 (electronic resource)

    Book 

  2. Phonetic Notation - John H. Esling

    Chapter  Available as part of a Wiley ebook

  3. Ch.5 Vowels in 'An Introduction to English Phonetics' - Richard Ogden 2016

    Chapter 

  4. English phonology: an introduction - Heinz J. Giegerich 1992

    Book  Read Chapter 8: "Phonetic Representations: the Realisations of Phonemes" 208-248 - available as a digitised reading - see next entry

  5. Phonetic Representations: the Realisations of Phonemes - Heinz Giegerich

    Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

  6. Regional variation in intonation - Peter Gilles, Jörg Peters 2004

    Book  See Grabe, E 'Intonational variation in urban dialects of English spoken in the British Isles' Available as a pdf c/o author's publications c/o Oxford University Phonetics Laboratory - see next entry

  7. Intonational variation in urban dialects of English spoken in the British Isles - Esther Grabe

    Document  Available as a pdf c/o author's publications c/o Oxford University Phonetics Laboratory

  8. Speaker identification evidence: its forms, limitations, and roles. - Francis Nolan

    Webpage  Published in Proceedings of the conference 'Law and Language: Prospect and Retrospect', December 12-15 2001, Levi (Finnish Lapland) - available from the author's personal website

  9. Sociophonetics - Paul Foulkes, James M. Scobbie, Dominic Watt

    Chapter  Available as part of a Wiley ebook