E-JournALL. EuroAmerican Journal of Applied Linguistics and Languages

E – JournALL es una revista académica online , revisada de forma anónima por pares, de acceso libre, interdisciplinar y multilingüe. El objetivo de E-JournALL es la publicación de artículos de investigadores y profesores en las áreas de la lingüística aplicada y las lenguas española, italiana e inglesa. Estamos interesados en recibir artículos en los siguientes ámbitos: – Sociolingüística Aplicada; – Pragmática Aplicada; – Discurso e Interacción[Leer más]
30/12/2016

Perception of foreign accent in Spanish by native and nonnative listeners: Investigating the role of VOT and speech rate

Previous research on the perception of foreign accent has focused on the ratings of native and near-native listeners and few studies have explored the perception of degree of foreign accent by nonnative listeners, despite the fact that it could shed light on what language learners perceive as foreign-accented and potentially tell us about their developing system. The present dissertation aims to investigate the perception of degree of foreign[Leer más]
29/12/2016

Perception of foreign accent in Spanish by native and nonnative listeners: Investigating the role of VOT and speech rate

Previous research on the perception of foreign accent has focused on the ratings of native and near-native listeners and few studies have explored the perception of degree of foreign accent by nonnative listeners, despite the fact that it could shed light on what language learners perceive as foreign-accented and potentially tell us about their developing system. The present dissertation aims to investigate the perception of degree of foreign[Leer más]
29/12/2016

Enhancing listening and spoken skills in Spanish connected speech for Anglophones

Native speech is directed towards native listeners, not designed for comprehension and analysis by language learners. Speed of delivery, or economy of effort, produces a speech signal to which the native listener can assign the correct words. There are no discrete words in the speech signal itself therefore there is often a linguistic barrier in dealing with the local spoken language. The creation, development and application of the Dynamic[Leer más]
29/12/2016

14th Workshop on Syntax, Semantics and Phonology (WoSSP 2017)

WoSSP is a series of rotating graduate workshops organized by graduate students for graduate students who work on any aspect of generative linguistics. Next edition will take place in Oviedo at the Campus de Humanidades (Faculty of Arts) on June 29 & 30 2017. This workshop is aimed at graduate students who wish to present their work in progress so as to receive valuable feedback from other graduate students. We also want to promote the bonds[Leer más]
27/12/2016