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Query Details


Query Subject:   Non-native speakers of Japanese wanted
Author:   Noriko Nakanishi
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Phonology
Sociolinguistics

Query:   Perception and impression of non-native English pronunciation

* What happens when people hear mispronounced words?
* How does non-native pronunciation affect the attractiveness of the
speaker?

Ms. Noriko Nakanishi, associate professor at Kobegakuin University is
collecting data of subjective perception and impression of non-natvie
English pronunciations, perceived by
1) people whose L1 is English, and
2) people whose L1 is NOT english or Japanese.

Please access the following URL and answer some questions, which
will take 10-20 minutes.

http://www.tm.kobegakuin.ac.jp/kyozai/ba/contents01/

Also, please forward this message to your friends.
Thank you.
LL Issue: 22.3255
Date posted: 15-Aug-2011



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