Strength Relations in Phonology
This collection of papers explores the theme of phonological strength. The general notion of strength plays a central role in explaining a variety of apparently disparate phonological effects relating to language acquisition, tone and pitch accent patterns, as well as segmental distribution. The authors analyze data from a wide range of languages and from a number of current theoretical perspectives.
408 pages; ISBN 9783110218596
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Title: Strength Relations in Phonology
Author: Kuniya Nasukawa; Phillip Backley