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Fonetska korekcija glasa /r/ u japanskih govornika koji uče hrvatski jezik


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Nađ, Ksenija. (2015). Fonetska korekcija glasa /r/ u japanskih govornika koji uče hrvatski jezik. Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of Phonetics. [mentor Mildner, Vesna and Tomić, Diana].

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This paper is about phonetic correction according to the principles of Verbothonal method of Petar Guberina. The method is used for correcting pronunciation in native and in second language and also in speech and hearing rehabilitation. Verbothonal method is based on human and their individual abilities. Correction begins based on individual abilities of a student and is further developed and changed during sessions according to students progress. This paper also explains other methods of phonetic correction, while giving advantage to Verbothonal method. Since according to Guberina's theory, speech is the main principle, we shoved auditive and visual values of spoken language which are used in phonetic correction and in preparing optimal and non-optimal material. As well as in all other languages, Japanese language speakers who learn Croatian make some specific errors (called the system of errors). In this case, it was mispronunciation of Croatian alveolar vibrant /r/ which was pronounced without enough vibrations and is often exchanged for Croatian alveolar lateral /l/. This phonetic correction was done in ten sessions with two students, native Japanese speakers who learn Croatian according to principals of Verbothonal method. Elements, modes and course of sessions are described and the results are given according to the perceptive test (by evaluating of pronunciation of alveolar vibrant in sampled words before and after correction) and according to the acoustic analysis (by measuring the change of intensity between vibrant /r/ and neighbouring voices before and after correction).

Item Type: Diploma Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: phonetic speech correction, verbothonal method, Petar Guberina, perceptive test, acoustic analysis
Subjects: Phonetics
Departments: Department of Phonetics
Supervisor: Mildner, Vesna and Tomić, Diana
Date Deposited: 17 Sep 2015 11:28
Last Modified: 17 Sep 2015 11:28

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