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What Makes Our Tongues Twist?: Computational Analysis of Croatian Tongue-Twisters / Nikolić, Davor ; Bakarić, Nikola.

By: Nikolić, Davor, kroatist.
Contributor(s): Bakarić, Nikola [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticlePublisher: 2016Description: 43-54 str.Other title: What Makes Our Tongues Twist?: Computational Analysis of Croatian Tongue-Twisters [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.03 | 5.04 | speech play, tongue-twisters, analysis, phonology, childlore | speech play, tongue-twisters, analysis, phonology, childlore In: Journal of american folklore 129 (2016), 511 ; str. 43-54Summary: Croatian tongue-twisters are defined by the lack of euphony, and the abundance of sound patterns that lead to speech errors. The major feature that contributes to this anti- euphonious patterning is the significant presence of consonant clusters in the syllable onset. This research combines a phonostylistic approach, computational analysis, and statistical methods in order to detect and differentiate sound patterning and its effect on euphony in tongue-twisters. The paper presents the results from research that focuses on the computational analysis of these features and their comparison with other similar folklore genres (counting-out rhymes, lyric and epic poetry, proverbs, and narratives).
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Croatian tongue-twisters are defined by the lack of euphony, and the abundance of sound patterns that lead to speech errors. The major feature that contributes to this anti- euphonious patterning is the significant presence of consonant clusters in the syllable onset. This research combines a phonostylistic approach, computational analysis, and statistical methods in order to detect and differentiate sound patterning and its effect on euphony in tongue-twisters. The paper presents the results from research that focuses on the computational analysis of these features and their comparison with other similar folklore genres (counting-out rhymes, lyric and epic poetry, proverbs, and narratives).

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