UCLA WORKING PAPERS IN PHONETICS
UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics (WPP) offers a preliminary report on work in progress in the UCLA Phonetics Lab. Through #102 in
December 2002, it appeared as a print publication at irregular intervals at
a frequency of one to three issues per year. Since Fall 2004, new issues of WPP have appeared in electronic form only. There will be no more print issues, and print copies are no longer available. The
electronic-only issues are numbered continuing where the print issues stopped,
so that the first electronic issue was #103 in 2004. The most recent issue is #111 from December 2012.
Since Fall 2007, our entire back catalog, dating from 1964, has been
scanned and made available online along with the newer online-only
Access UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics through the University of California eScholarship Repository
the original print issues, each issue is a single file, with not only
the research papers, but the inside and outside covers and the table of
contents included in the scans.
- For the newer online-only
issues, each paper is a separate file/publication. Unfortunately the
table of contents is not organized by issues (though the papers are
titled and paginated by issues) and lists the papers in a somewhat
random-appearing order; we apparently have no control over this.
Note that dissertations by students in the Phonetics Lab have not been
distributed as WPP since 1995. Many dissertations since the mid-nineties can be downloaded from the Linguistics Department or the Phonetics Lab. Also, the Linguistics Department plans to the back
catalog of dissertations available online in 2013.
UCLA WPP NO. 102 (December 2002), "Dissection
of the Speech Production Mechanism"
was originally a print issue, but
was also posted online by Peter Ladefoged, and is still available for download
(as well as via the online WPP site).
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[last updated February 2013]