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남북한 방송 언어의 운율 특성 비교연구-억양을 중심으로-
A Comparative Study on the Prosodic Characteristics of North/South Korean Media Language

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Authors
김기호홍종선이용재
Issue Date
1996-09
Publisher
서울대학교 언어교육원
Citation
어학연구, Vol.32 No.3, pp. 511-532
Abstract
This paper is to compare North and South Korean media languages
acoustically and to describe its main prosodic characteristics. The result of
the acoustic experiments shows that North and South Korean media languages
share the same prosodic features. That is, in general report style,
they both show i) the same basic accentual phrase (AP) pattern ((LH)
LH) like Seoul dialects and ii) the same closing boundary tone, or L %.
However, acoustically, they differ in the following aspects: in comparison
with South Korean media language, the North Korean one tends to show
i ) more APs, ii) wider pitch variation between the first and the second
syllable of the AP, üi) wider maximum pitch variation between the
adjacent syllables, iv) a more radical falling slope in that closing boundary
tone, and, of more importance, it does not show clearly the downdrift phenomena
v) between the intonational phrases as well as 띠) between the
APs, which are the prosodic characteristics of South Korean dialects. On
the other hand, in Kim Il-sung-related reports, the North Korean media
language shows somewhat different prosodic features, Ì.e. in addition to the
basic (LH)LH AP pattern, it shows another AP pattern, or LHLo, simi1ar
to the Honam dialect (LHL) and it also shows a rather different closing
boundary tone, or LHL%.
ISSN
0254-4474
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/86062
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Language Education Institute (언어교육원)Language Research (어학연구)Language Research (어학연구) Volume 32 Number 1/4 (1996)
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