I'm reading an article about phonetics and phonology, and it clamis that they are different. But I can't locate where the difference is located. Referring to my dictionary, I can see:
study of speech sounds: the scientific study of speech sounds and how they are produced
study of speech sounds: the study of the system or pattern of speech sounds used in a particular language or in language in general
See? Both are described as study of speech sounds. The only difference I see here is that, phonology is related to patterns, while phonetics is related to how sounds are produced. Is it right? How they are different?
PS: I know that this question is related to linguistics. But we don't have linguistics.stackexchange.com. Thus I had no other choice, but to ask it here.