Language and speech productions from "plan" to utterance by Carol A. Fowler

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This new volume provides a thorough overview of the field and proposes a new integrative model of how L2 speech is produced. The chapter also argues that a theory of speech production is profoundly shaped by the theorist's view of the compatibilities or incompatibilities among these levels.

Finally, it describes the nature of language units as known, planned, and produced and discusses sequencing of these units in speech production. This new series brings together course material and new research for students, practitioners, and researchers in the various areas of language and speech disorders.

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