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Judging accents is subjective

How we judge accents often comes down to how important we think authenticity is.

Authenticity is probably not an essential element in a story. What we believe about a story is more important than what country or region a character sounds like they're from.

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No more ‘funny voices’

Accents are part of the broader debate about representation in film and TV. Film and television are now available for screen-grabs and sound clips that allow us to reflect over performances for embarrassing mistakes.

The days when English-speaking actors put on accents and told the worl...

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Ignoring authenticity

Recently, an option seems to be ignoring authenticity completely and have actors perform in their native intonation. The hope is that the focus on the accent will fade away and cause viewers to stop caring about it.

The focus is more about being authentic to the essence of the story, rather...

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Our new accent fixation

We seem more obsessed with analyzing accents than ever before. Voice coaches draw millions of views for videos critiquing accents.

While there is a key to mastering an accent successfully, the real challenge for actors is being able to speak in such a way that it serves clarity and maint...

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Speech systems

Speech systems, rather than accents or dialects, should take into consideration the diversity of human speech and acknowledge how voices are informed by age, gender, time and cultural context.

A speech system without a full exploring of the context will come over as fake.

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