Introductory Phonology

Author: Bruce Hayes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1444360132
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Accessibly and succinctly written by a renowned phonologist, this volume is an ideal first course book in phonology.

An Introductory Phonology Of Hausa

Author: Mu'azu A. Z. Sani
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CONCLUSION This book, An Introductory Phonology Of Hausa, as stated from
the very beginning, was written primarily to introduce Hausa Phonology td .the
Pre-degree level students and, to some extent, assist the undergraduates as well.
Phonology is a subject that involves a great deal of technicalities and requires 'a
great deal of care. There is no doubt about that. Nevertheless, it is also a subject
capable of arousing interest. This is because it directly deals with such linguistic ...

A Critical Introduction To Phonology

Author: Daniel Silverman
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 9780826486608
Size: 77.98 MB
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Takes an interdisciplinary approach using anecdotes and examples drawn from popular culture to introduce key aspects of phonology.

Introducing Phonology

Author: David Odden
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521534048
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Providing a solid foundation in both the theory and practice of phonology, it is set to become the leading text for any introductory course, and will be invaluable to all students beginning to study the discipline.

Introductory Phonetics And Phonology

Author: Linda I. House
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1134995687
Size: 45.44 MB
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Extensively class tested, this book offers a practical understanding approach to phonetics and the IPA in a workbook format.

An Introduction To Sociolinguistics

Author: Ronald Wardhaugh
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118732405
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Liliane Haegeman, Introduction to Government and Binding Theory (Second
Edition) 2. Andrew Spencer, Morphological Theory 3. Helen Goodluck, Language
Acquisition 4. Ronald Wardhaugh and Janet M. Fuller, An Introduction to
Sociolinguistics (Seventh Edition) 5. Martin Atkinson, Children's Syntax 6. Diane
Blakemore, Understanding Utterances 7. Michael Kenstowicz, Phonology in
Generative Grammar 8. Deborah Schiffrin, Approaches to Discourse 9. John
Clark, Colin Yallop, ...

A Historical Phonology Of English

Author: Donka Minkova
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748677550
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Gussmann, Edmund (2002), Phonology: Analysis and Theory, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press. Hall, Nancy (2006), 'Cross-linguistic patterns of
vowel intrusion', Phonology 23, 387–429. Hall, Tracy A. and Silke Hamann (2010
), 'Onthe cross-linguistic avoidance of rhotic plus high front vocoid sequences',
Lingua 120, 1,821–44. Halmari, Helena (2011), 'Alliteration ininaugural
addresses: from George Washington to Barack Obama',in Roper (ed.)(2011), 45–
61. Hamann, Silke ...

Phonetically Based Phonology

Author: Bruce Hayes
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521825788
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Crosswhite. 1 Background on vowel reduction Vowel reduction is a well-known
phonological phenomenon; the idea that certain vowels might undergo
qualitative changes in unstressed positions is likely to be familiar to anyone who
has taken an introductory phonology course. Because this phenomenon can be
so succinctly described – that is, 'unstressed vowels undergo neutralisation' – it is
often assumed that vowel reduction is a unitary phenomenon, with a single
formal analysis.

The Phonological Enterprise

Author: Mark Hale
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199533962
Size: 76.52 MB
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The problem existed in traditional rule-based approaches to phonology (and
continues to plague such approaches, to the extent they are still practiced); and if
such approaches are to be resuscitated in some form in the post-OT phonological
world, it would be best if it could be dealt with from the outset. We outline our
solution to it here as a first step in this direction. In practice, as inspection of any
introductory phonology book will 10 A principled solution to Catalan 10.1 Further