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was Speaker geography BsrAsr Capital Federal Aizpeolea 2006 l La Boca and 3311 C ristobal are less nsiv more expe e neighborhoods Speaker geography BsrAsr Province I F3 is from the section of Campana I M3 is from the section ofLumax dc Zamora I F5 is from the jacent province oberdoba fmmwdnpedu Outline 1 Background and research questions 2 Production experiment 3 Variation in palatal production 4 Correlates ofvariation 5 Discussion 6 Conclusions Variation in production acoustic measures Tim measurcswcrctakcn m Pnat 4 5 140305511 8a Weenink 2007 1 overall pexrmtunge ale peneptuzlmezmre tokmsuggedzsmh saundm Mum axnat rml am 10km afZmeds 2mg mmkmgwhimghmm x m brawn u avenge PM vmr esmess m 2 Filmy begnning mdendpmnts of 2 pzlzul sdunnun demmnedbyrhznges mun waveform onset arnam cleanse m Wilma 2nd hinges m 1h spx agzm diffusion of mm unset afnud w 113qu noise setums of Filmy airman shawlngbmh periodic m the m mnundzvmungbn inrhe Tmagmmm awaited u Cerensmnua an afpzlzul um and g1 we intmalymezmred aver mad 50 ms r 2 sewimt sdunnun iflessthzn so ms long cm 1h who dunuan Am vvw Variation in production acoustic measures I All measurements were taken on a Fourier spectrogram wi a Gaussian Windowshape n windowlength ofS ms El bandwidth of ZOO Hz a dynamic range ofSO dB 1 FIEemphasis of dBoctave Variation in Junion all A Inmrespeaker variation I There are voicers and devoioers El F4FSM6M4 V3 F1FZF3M1MZM3M5 voicers devoicen a 5 Mazda Casulian s anish 7 3 Q E Q m E m E ngqu demomos no mm 50 mm 51 432mm n egzmzzam buniam lt 23 Ema Bn mmwlm Manama Intraespeaker Variation l The devoicers are consistent in their productions El F1 132133 M1 MZM3 MS saym everywhere The voioers are variable in their productions 1 F4 91mm between 7 and j 1 F5 generally mam between 7 and j and say and even 1 for a few formn 1 M6 91mm between 3 and 1 and also say 1 forafew om 1 M4 91mm between 3 and x u Intraespeaker Variation Speaker F5 I F5 generally almmates between 3 and 1 Fm thwhg Mahlp wuh Q Intraespeaker Variation Speaker F4 F4 alternates between 3 and 1 epulb bmsh with 3 mg whush wh 1 u Intraespeaker Variation Speaker F5 F5 also occasiona ysays 3 and A mum mm m tepllb brmh mzh i E Intraespeakel39 Variation SpeaketMG M6 altetnates between d5 3 and 1 mte mu iyzmsh withb x1 mama bnumtwhm if Intraespeakel39 Variation Speaker M 4 I M4 vaties between voiced 3 and voiceless j in hae wirh B q in hae wirh m m Inttarspeakel variation Speaker M6 M6 also says A and L1 01 some fotms mum whm ammniiemthu m Inttarspeakel variation Speaker M4 I M4 vaties between voiced 3 and voiceless j uttellmn ipamsh min B mte mn ipamsh wuhm i1 Outline Background and teseatcli questions 2 Ptoduction expetiment 3 Vatiation in palatal ptoduction 5 Correlates of variation Discussion 6 Conclusions Sodoljngujs c correlams ofvariation I usage avetage voicelessness and CV intensity tatios ate not cottelated with gendet ot home neighbothoocl Gender With mag mum Int e vi Int e V SpunAnn s 030 000 350 493 Luiledp 931 i 000 292 123 Home neighboiliaod With usage mums Int e vi Int e V Spuninns 160 154 A74 A91 Limch 639 a 141 125 I I Sociolinguistic correlates ofvariation Sociolinguistic correlates ofvariation I usage average voicelessness and CV I As YOB increases and age decreases usage intensity ratios are correlated with YOB and average voicelessness increase Year of birth with 102 m as U 14mg 102 to atng as win2st we u c A 9W1 Int cm Int CVz W 5 m mammal Pearson s 960 954 8 700 W quot W v 2quot 24911ch lt001 lt001 020 016 g km a w I As YOB increases and age decreases usage quot3 w 3 and average voicelessness increase while CV m 39 1 w 39 intensity ratios decrease an 39 w I W Mquot um MEquot 31 32 I 39 I 39 Sociolinguistic correlates ofvariation Sociolinguistic correlates ofvariation I As YOB increases and age decreases usage I As YOB increases and age decreases CV and average voicelessness increase intensity ratios decrease 102 us as X may 102 us atng as thhsmm 102 us IMO1mm 102 m IMO1mm E m g 2m m m w 3 m m Ew Em i w w gm am 39 b w M g gm H mm n W Mquot W was um Mm 33 34 I I Sociolinguistic correlates ofvariation Predictors ofpalatal devorcing I As YOB increases and age decreases CV I Results ofmultiple linear regression predictors intensity ratios decrease entered in the order agagmder neighborhood El a e alone accounts for almost all Variation as YOB w1nzCInzV YOB w IntCIntV2 measured by U usage and average voicelessness w W Ar2 Values for the model w 1x 05quot39plt 001115 pgt05 A Gender W j usage 912 n3 03 Avg W113 901quot n3 035quot Int El 0 V1 410quot n3 n3 Int El 0 V1 434quot n3 n3 mm mm Outline 1 lquot Equot 5 9 Background and research questions Production experiment Variation in palatal production Correlates of variation Discussion Conclusions Discussion I There are at least six different allophones ofthe palatal phoneme in Buenos Aires 3 d3 U and I There is a clearly agegraded pattern ofusage El speakers born before 1945 9 voiced allophones mosdy 31 39 El speakers born after 1975 9 voiceless allophones El speakers in between 9 voiced amp voiceless allophones I Results are consistent with Fontanella de Weinberg s 1992 typology ofpalatal systems Discussion I The agegraded pattern is indicative of a sound c an e AlU gt Lil3 gt S I Younger speakers have innovated the pronunciation El not a case of change across the lifespan cf Guy amp Boyd 1990 Sankoffamp Blondeau 2007 Fl39s usage has been stable over 9yea1s I I is an innovation usage does not seem to increase in old a I In 60 years only devoicers leftgt Sociolinguistic correlates ofvariation I As YOB increases and age decreases usage and average voicelessness increase 102 us as j 14mg Q 102 us atng as Win2st Anagram mm5 mmm Vezarkmv Discussion I No significant correlation was found between neighborhood and palatal devoicing I No significant effect ofgender on devoicing rates El difference from Fontanella de Weinberg 1978 attributable to the passage of30 years I slight gender effect visible among the oldest speakers I no gender effect apparent among the youngest speakers both genders devoice nearly all ofthe time Outline 1 Background and research questions 2 Production experiment 3 Variation in palatal production 4 Correlates of variation 5 Discussion 6 Conclusions Conclusions vmmon between voiced and voiceless palatal ophones is conelated with age butno longer wi n r and Ie ects a sound change neatly complete I Younget speakets appeal 0 be Iesponsible fox Lhe Iapid sptead of and its genetalization as the ominantvaliant in Buenos Aites today Aurefmudzmn Ucmmkyu dwsu m Selecmd References Alum 1961 2mm WW rm WWW anAdmen Madnd 59m on Amy Hum 2006 5 m m 999 as 4 m A m 9 Aim 9 In we 01m 6 mm m Wilma 9mg ma a o 1m gag magma new 2x septum mm 99 J 2 ma mm mm PM aw mum by mm mm AS 14 m WWW amid 9 mm 19x1 Symhpwwam mmmm chm 11mm meanness Calaan mm was Mmede ma memi c m mm s 9 1 Wm WM Wk 9 my Ime smo ea 13 9939539 mmyaqme mm 9140 sumnmem gimpmewmm 7x Unaubth m h mam 59qu 9 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