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First, there is the need to produce as accurate a transcription as possible to aid in the analysis of the speech of the patient being investigated, and to inform the patterns of intervention that will be planned in remediation.
Transcriptions will be repeated after two months to minimize the effect of memory of the first transcription session.
Transcriptions will be only of segmental information; an examination of reliability in suprasegmental (prosodic) transcription is beyond the scope of this project.
www.ucs.louisiana.edu /~mjb0372/TransRes.html   (4034 words)

  
  Transcription (linguistics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Transcription is the conversion into written, typewritten or printed form, of a spoken language source, such as the proceedings of a court hearing.
Transcription as a mapping from sound to script can be distinguished from transliteration, which creates a mapping from one script to another that is designed to match the original script as directly as possible.
Transcription and transliteration are often mixed up due to a common journalistic practice of mixing elements of both in rendering foreign names.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Transcription_(linguistics)   (697 words)

  
 Learn more about Transcription in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Transcription to yield an mRNA is the first step of protein biosynthesis.
The DNA is melted (the strands are locally separated), the &sigma-factor leaves the holoenzyme, and the transcription process begins.
A major difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic transcription is that the latter have splicing of the primary transcript, modifying the mRNA created during transcription.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /t/tr/transcription.html   (571 words)

  
 Transcription in Action
The transcription of spoken language is a fundamental practice within linguistics as well as other disciplines concerned with the analysis of spoken language.
There is a substantial body of scholarship on different aspects of transcription from a variety of perspectives, but for the most part there has been little dialogue between different traditions.
Of special interest are a number of resources for the transcription of discourse, including the transcription programs VoiceWalker and SoundWriter, guidelines for discourse transcription developed by John W. Du Bois, and a bibliography of publications related to transcription.
www.linguistics.ucsb.edu /projects/transcription/index.html   (261 words)

  
 Transcription Companies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Transcription has some proofreading mechanisms, but they are fewer and less effective than the controls for DNA; therefore, transcription has a lower copying fidelity than DNA replication.
Transcription can be distinguished from transliteration, which creates a mapping from one script to another that is designed to match the original script as directly as possible.
In general, transcriptions are used to write for the general public, as in newspapers or a general-purpose encyclopedia.
www.wwwtln.com /finance/182/transcription-companies.html   (1001 words)

  
 Marxism and Problems of Linguistics
Linguistic crossing cannot be regarded as the single impact of a decisive blow which produces its results within a few years.
Linguistic scholars were appointed to leading posts not on their merits, but because of their unqualified acceptance of N. Marr's theories.
Soviet linguistics cannot be advanced on the basis of an incorrect formula which is contrary to the whole course of the history of peoples and languages.
www.marxists.org /reference/archive/stalin/works/1950/jun/20.htm   (10748 words)

  
 Linguistics and English Language - Undergraduate teaching in Linguistics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In Linguistics 1 and 2 there are weekly tutorials throughout the year, as well as other small group meetings especially for phonetic ear-training and transcription.
Linguistics 2 focuses more on the core topics, and students are introduced to instrumental phonetics and to corpus-based empirical research.
Honours students take courses from at least four different subareas of linguistics in their third and fourth years - the details depend on which degree they are doing, but there is a considerable degree of freedom in choosing courses according to the interests of the student.
www.ling.ed.ac.uk /teaching/undergrad/ling-intro.shtml   (511 words)

  
 UCSB Linguistics Research: Discourse and Grammar
The representation of spoken interaction in written form is a fundamental component of the study of discourse, but it is one that is too often taken for granted or treated as a mere methodological task.
At UCSB, researchers are committed to understanding transcription as a simultaneously theoretical, methodological, and sociocultural phenomenon with profound consequences for how speech and speakers are textually represented.
Faculty and students conduct research on transcription and related forms of discourse representation.
www.linguistics.ucsb.edu /research/transcription.html   (118 words)

  
 UF Graduate Advising for Linguistics
However, if they have never had classes in introductory linguistics, phonetic transcription, and the advanced study of the grammar of a language, they may be required to enroll first as a post baccalaureate student to make up their deficiencies.
Students pursuing the doctorate in linguistics should also plan to include courses in at least one non-European language and in the structure of a non-Western language.
LIN 6208 -- Phonetics for Linguists (3) Understanding of issues in experimental phonetics and introduction of research techniques involved in the acoustic, physiological, and perceptual study of speech.
www.clas.ufl.edu /users/rthompso/grad.html   (2155 words)

  
 UCSB Catalog: Linguistics
Linguistics 20, Japanese 1-6 (or 7N) and 120A-B-C. In addition, the completion of the third quarter of a second foreign language is also required.
The linguistics program focuses on the discovery of general, theoretically significant explanations of why languages are structured as they are, why they change as they do, and in what ways linguistic structures are shaped by the nature of the communication process.
Students entering the graduate program in linguistics typically have completed with a minimum grade-point average of 3.5 the equivalent of a linguistics B.A. or the equivalent of a linguistics minor with a major in a related area, such as anthropology, psychology, or a language.
www.catalog.ucsb.edu /97cat/l&s/ling.htm   (6825 words)

  
 Linguistics Program - University of Florida
From its beginning in 1969, Linguistics at the University of Florida has provided instruction in the core areas of phonology, morphology, and syntax, and in pragmatics and semantics as well.
Anthropological linguistics field methods provide opportunities to discover structure in language by listening to and interacting with a native speaker of a language you do not know through processes that involved learning to construct questions that leave open answers, make and test analyses, and write up discoveries.
Applied linguistics includes courses in the teaching of English as a Second Language; materials and techniques in TESL; curriculum development in TESL; second language acquisition neurolinguistics; sociolinguistics; composition theory; modern English structure, language testing.
www.lin.ufl.edu /grad/requirements.html   (2230 words)

  
 Forensic Phonetics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Linguistics includes the study of grammar, pronunciation, conversation, language learning, history and origins of language, similarities and differences between languages, language learning, and many other sub-disciplines.
transcription: phonetic expertise is used either to create a transcript of a recording that is difficult to understand (for example if it has a great deal of background noise), or to give evidence as to the reliability of a transcript prepared by someone else.
Generally a transcription will be more valid if it is of a sustained conversation (or monologue) involving the same people, and if the people are in a fixed relationship to the recording equipment (so that even though the recording is poor, it is consistent).
www-personal.une.edu.au /~hfraser/forensic.htm   (4110 words)

  
 UCSB General Catalog - Linguistics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Prerequisite: Linguistics 208 or 211 or 212 or 235 (for 251A): Linguistics 208, 211, 212, 235, and 251A (for 251B).
Prerequisite: Linguistics 212 or 214 or 234 (for 254A): Linguistics 212, 214, 234, and 254A (for 254B).
Prerequisites: Linguistics 208 or 222 or 234 or 235 (for 256A): Linguistics 208, 222, 234, 235, and 256A (for 256B).
www.catalog.ucsb.edu /LS/ling.htm   (7589 words)

  
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This Charm may be purchased more than once, to a maximum number of times equal to the mage's Arete or Linguistics, whichever is lower, with each additional application reducing this speed by another factor (1/2 for 1, 1/3 for 2, 1/4 for 3, 1/5 for 4, 1/6 for 5).
This Charm may be purchased more than once, to a maximum number of times equal to the mage's Arete or Linguistics, whichever is lower, and additional applications increase the number of people who may communicate by means of these signals by one.
In game terms, use of this Charm reduces the training time required to raise the mage's Linguistics score by 1 week so long as the mage is mostly engaged in activities that require him to speak the language to be learned.
www.angelfire.com /d20/caligo/Exalted/Old/Linguistics.html   (1541 words)

  
 Forensic Linguistics Institute .:. Forensic Linguistics First Certificate Course
Note this is exactly the same forensic linguistics course which will be available to graduate forensic science students at the Wesleyan University of Nebraska (a fully regionally accredited university in the USA).
We will look at the origins of forensic linguistics and its early uses; how the discipline has evolved to the present time; what the main component studies within forensic linguistics are, and some of the terminology that necessarily comes with any modern, complex science.
By the end of this course you will have a broad idea of what a forensic linguistic inquiry consists of, and how to collect, organize and report forensic linguistic information in the context of a criminal or civil investigation.
www.thetext.co.uk /courses_intro.html   (532 words)

  
 The corpus linguistics community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The traditional work in corpus linguistics, when spoken language is addressed, starts with deriving an orthographic transcription from a recording of large stretches of speech.
This transcription is afterwards enriched using different annotation systems aiming at reflecting all the important events that take place in the process of speech production -- especially when speech is spontaneously produced or an interaction takes place between two or more speakers -- and that are not adequately captured by conventional spelling.
The main aim is to acquire large amounts of data reflecting the natural use of language, therefore emphasis is usually put on the naturalness and spontaneity of the recording, avoiding experimentally controlled situations where the speaker is constrained to utter a number of previously prepared short sequences.
www.ilc.cnr.it /EAGLES96/spokentx/node6.html   (327 words)

  
 Why Apriori Phonetic Transcription is Not Possible
One assumption of generative linguistics is that it is possible, in principle, to produce a correct phonetic transcription of any language known or unknown.
The notion, widespread in linguistics departments a few decades ago, that a one or two semester course in phonetics for linguistics graduate students can produce reliable practicioners of `universal phonetics' is completely naive.
That is, linguists as well as lay people have a tendency to `hallucinate' distinctions from their own language in the speech of other languages.
www.cs.indiana.edu /~port/teach/541/against.transcription.new.html   (4694 words)

  
 CURRICULUM VITAE
Ball, M. and Rahilly, J. (1996) Acoustic analysis as an aid to the transcription of an example of disfluent speech.
Pandeli, H., Eska, J., Ball, M. and Rahilly, J. (1997) Problems of phonetic transcription: the case of the Hiberno-English flat alveolar fricative.
Ball, M. and Rahilly, J (1993) Acoustic analysis as an aid to the transcription of disfluent speech.
www.ucs.louisiana.edu /~mjb0372/publications2.html   (3786 words)

  
 Linguistics at Rice University
The Rice Linguistics Department is the home of an active community of scholars with a wide range of interests.
Linguistics faculty have been present in various departments at Rice since the early 1960's, and the B.A. program in Linguistics was established in 1968.
The Department of Linguistics is located on the second floor of Herring Hall, on the east side of the building.
www.ruf.rice.edu /~ling   (331 words)

  
 Notes from a Linguistic Mystic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
What the IPA allows a linguist (or speech pathologist, or teacher…) to do is to take spoken language and put it onto paper (’transcription’) with a great deal more precision than most other writing systems.
At this level, the linguist aims to capture all the detail possible about the word or phrase, including variations across word boundaries, sounds that occur in speech but are unnoticed or unrecognized by native speakers, and even features like intonation and pauses.
The alternative is called “broad” or “phonemic” transcription, expresses the basic sounds of a language or phrase, often more precisely than the native writing system, but at the same time, leaves out detail that’s not necessary to a native speaker.
linguisticmystic.com   (6168 words)

  
 Speech analysis and transcription software
Time-aligned transcripts, as produced for example by SoundIndex or Transcriber are the input for Audiamus.
Time-aligned transcripts are produced using Transcriber, which creates an XML document lining up the transcript text with the corresponding location in the audio recording.
The transcript is then uploaded to ONZE Miner, which allows additional information about the speakers and the transcripts to be stored.
liceu.uab.es /~joaquim/phonetics/fon_anal_acus/herram_anal_acus.html   (4714 words)

  
 What is Linguistics?
An undergraduate linguistics major is good preparation for a wide variety of jobs and for continued study in many related disciplines.
(a) A B.A. in linguistics provides a broad liberal arts education emphasizing the study of language, treating language both as a fundamental human faculty and as a changing social institution.
(Linguistics is the discipline that encompasses all areas related to the scientific study of the nature, structure, and function of language.)
www.bu.edu /linguistics/UG/WHAT.html   (481 words)

  
 Linguistics 102 - Introduction to Sociolinguistics
It may be helpful for you to say the words aloud a few times before transcribing them.
There seem to be two differences -- one in the vowel sound that is used, and one in the presence/absence of the extra /r/ consonant.
If you feel that you would benefit from some additional practice with transcription, here are some sentences for you to try.
www.ling.upenn.edu /~strassel/102/HW3.html   (329 words)

  
 Medical Transcription Services : Gourt
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www.gourt.com /Health/Professions/Medical-Transcription/Services.html   (5538 words)

  
 Reports
Although the video and transcription are displayed in separate windows, the windows are linked in various ways to facilitate working with the two associated pieces of an utterance.
In addition, a vertical hairline indicator in the transcription window indicates the position within the transcription that corresponds to the current video frame; this indicator is draggable, allowing the user to reposition the video.
Recently, linguists have begun to appreciate the importance of research on signed languages for understanding the human language capacity generally.
nsf-workshop.engr.ucf.edu /papers/Neidle.asp   (1429 words)

  
 Open Directory - Science: Social Sciences: Linguistics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Fields of Linguistics - A collection of articles which outline the various areas of specialization in linguistics.
The Homepage of Integrational Linguistics - A specific approach to linguistics combining a comprehensive theory of language and a theory of grammars.
Lexicon of Linguistics - Searchable database of linguistic terminology updated with many new terms in the areas of Generative Grammar (Minimalism) and Phonetics.
dmoz.org /Science/Social_Sciences/Linguistics   (409 words)

  
 FQS 1(3) Jens Allwood, Maria Björnberg, Leif Grönqvist, Elisabeth Ahlsén & Cajsa Ottesjö: The ...
In addition to describing the recordings contained in the Spoken Language Corpus of Swedish at Göteborg University, we discuss the standard of transcription (MSO) which is used in creating the transcriptions, as well as some types of quantitative and qualitative analysis that have been done.
Different parts of the transcription may also be marked (or removed!) to get a legible view of it without all the details that are not of interest.
It is also meant to be a viewing tool allowing the researcher to view the transcription and play the recording without having to manually locate the specific passage in the recording.
qualitative-research.net /fqs-texte/3-00/3-00allwoodetal-e.htm   (5681 words)

  
 Accessing the Linguistics Server   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Enter your transcriptions in the Transcription Excel file, included on the CD.
The third column (Alt1) is for an alternartive transcription of C1, if you are having trouble deciding between 2 transcriptions.
The fourth column (Alt2) is for an alternative transcription of C2.
sapir.ling.yale.edu:16080 /ling165/Organs_Experiment/transcription.html   (200 words)

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