The Blackwell Companion to Phonology, 5 Volume Set

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Marc van Oostendorp, Colin J. Ewen, Elizabeth V. Hume, Keren Rice
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 4, 2011 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 3192 pages
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Available online or as a five-volume print set, "The Blackwell Companion to Phonology" is a major reference work drawing together 124 new contributions from leading international scholars in the field. It will be indispensable to students and researchers in the field for years to come.

Key Features: Full explorations of all the most important ideas and key developments in the field Documents major insights into human language gathered by phonologists in past decades; highlights interdisciplinary connections, such as the social and computational sciences; and examines statistical and experimental techniques Offers an overview of theoretical positions and ongoing debates within phonology at the beginning of the twenty-first century An extensive reference work based on the best and most recent scholarly research - ideal for advanced undergraduates through to faculty and researchers Publishing simultaneously in print and online; visit www.companiontophonology.com for full details

Additional features of the online edition (ISBN: 978-1-4443-3526-2): Powerful searching, browsing, and cross-referencing capabilities, including Open URL linking, with all entries classified by key topic, subject, place, people, and period For those institutions already subscribing to "Blackwell Reference Online," it offers fully integrated and searchable content with the comprehensive "Handbooks in Linguistics" series

 

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Contents

General Issues and Segmental Phonology 1 Underlying Representations Jennifer Cole José Ignacio Hualde
1
Contrast Daniel Currie Hall
27
Learnability Jeffrey Heinz Jason Riggle
54
Markedness Elizabeth Hume
79
The Atoms of Phonological Representations Marianne Pouplier
107
Volume II
1363
Markedness and Faithfulness Constraints Paul de Lacy
1491
Compensatory Lengthening Randall Gess
1513
French Liaison MarieHélène Côté
2685
Sonorants Bert Botma
171
Flapping in American English Kenneth J de Jong
2711
Bantu Tone Laura J Downing
2730
Chinese Syllable Structure San Duanmu
2754
Sentential Prominence in English Carlos Gussenhoven
2778
Celtic Mutations S J Hannahs
2807
Turkish Vowel Harmony Barıs Kabak
2831

Consonant Mutation Janet Grijzenhout
1537
Lenition Naomi Gurevich
1559
Vowel Epenthesis Nancy Hall
1576
Deletion John Harris
1597
Final Devoicing and Final Laryngeal Neutralization Gregory K Iverson Joseph C Salmons
1622
Conspiracies Charles W Kisseberth
1644
Palatalization Alexei Kochetov
1666
Consonant Harmony in Child Language Clara C Levelt
1691
Chain Shifts Anna Ìubowicz
1717
Rule Ordering Joan Mascaró
1736
ConsonantVowel Place Feature Interactions Jaye Padgett
1761
The Resilience of Distinctive Information Carole Paradis Darlene LaCharité
1787
The Resilience of Distinctive Information Carole Paradis Darlene LaCharité 1787
1787
Longdistance Assimilation of Consonants Sharon Rose
1811
Nasal Harmony Rachel Walker
1838
Reduction Natasha Warner
1866
Mergers and Neutralization Alan C L Yu
1892
Local Assimilation Elizabeth C Zsiga
1919
Volume IV
1945
Full Table of Contents Volume I
1945
Volume IV
1945
Featural Affixes Akinbiyi Akinlabi
1945
Paradigms Adam Albright
1972
Paradigms Adam Albright 1972
1972
Clitics Stephen R Anderson
2002
Cyclicity Ricardo BermúdezOtero
2019
Morpheme Structure Constraints Geert Booij 2049
2024
Frequency Effects Stefan A Frisch
2137
Opaque and Transparent Vowels Adamantios I
2164
Variability Gregory R Guy
2190
Sound Change José Ignacio Hualde
2214
Lexical Phonology and the Lexical Syndrome Ellen M Kaisse April McMahon
2236
Loanword Phonology Yoonjung Kang
2258
Selforganization in Phonology Andrew Wedel 130
2282
Experimental Approaches in Theoretical Phonology Shigeto Kawahara
2283
Tonogenesis John Kingston
2304
Speech Perception and Phonology Andrew Martin Sharon Peperkamp
2334
Phonologically Conditioned Allomorph Selection Andrew Nevins
2357
Reduplication Eric Raimy
2383
The Interpretation of Phonological Patterns in First Language Acquisition Yvan Rose Sharon Inkelas
2414
Categoryspecific Effects Jennifer L Smith
2439
Phonological Sensitivity to Morphological Structure Jochen Trommer
2464
RootAffix Asymmetries Suzanne Urbanczyk
2490
Tier Segregation Adam Ussishkin
2516
Feature Specification and Underspecification Diana Archangeli
148
Exceptionality Matthew Wolf
2538
Volume V
2561
General Issues and Segmental Phonology 1
2561
Chinese Tone Sandhi Bao Zhiming
2561
Semitic Templates Outi BatEl
2586
Polish Syllable Structure Christina Y Bethin
2609
Metaphony in Romance Andrea Calabrese
2631
Laryngeal Contrast in Korean Youngmee Yu Cho
2662
Reduplication in Sanskrit Robert Kennedy
2855
Japanese Pitch Accent Haruo Kubozono
2879
Slavic Palatalization Jerzy Rubach
2908
Slavic Yers Tobias Scheer
2936
Handshape in Sign Language Phonology Diane Brentari
195
Hungarian Vowel Harmony Miklós Törkenczy
2963
Word Stress in Arabic Janet C E Watson
2990
Index
3019
The Other Hand in Sign Language Phonology Onno Crasborn
223
The Phoneme B Elan Dresher
241
Coronals T A Hall
267
The Stricture Features Ellen M Kaisse
288
Autosegments William R Leben
311
Glides Susannah V Levi
341
Affricates YenHwei Lin
367
Distinctive Features Jeff Mielke
391
The Representation of Clicks Amanda Miller
416
Vowel Place Bruce MorénDuolljá
440
The Representation of Vowel Length David Odden
465
Vowel Height Douglas Pulleyblank
491
Consonantal Place of Articulation Keren Rice
519
Partially Nasal Segments Anastasia K Riehl Abigail C Cohn
550
The Phonology of Movement in Sign Language Wendy Sandler
577
Pharyngeals Kimary Shahin
604
Schwa Daniel Silverman
628
The Organization of Features Christian Uffmann
643
The Representation of Fricatives Bert Vaux Brett Miller
669
Secondary and Double Articulation Jeroen van de Weijer
694
The Representation of Rhotics Richard Wiese
711
Lateral Consonants Moira Yip
730
Volume II
756
General Issues and Segmental Phonology 1
756
Volume II
756
The Representation of Intonation Amalia Arvaniti
757
Syllableinternal Structure Anna R K Bosch
781
Precedence Relations in Phonology Charles Cairns Eric Raimy
799
Downstep Bruce Connell
824
Final Consonants MarieHélène Côté
848
Geminates Stuart Davis
873
The Representation of sC Clusters Heather Goad
898
Phonotactic and Phonetic Evidence Matthew Gordon
924
The Foot Michael Hammond
949
The Representation of Word Stress Ben Hermans
980
Pitch Accent Systems Harry van der Hulst
1003
Extrametricality and Nonfinality Brett Hyde
1027
Index 3019
1050
The IambicTrochaic Law Brett Hyde
1052
The Representation of Tone Larry M Hyman
1078
Positional Effects in Consonant Clusters Jongho Jun
1103
Initial Geminates Astrid Kraehenmann
1124
Stresstimed vs Syllabletimed Languages Marina Nespor Mohinish Shukla Jacques Mehler
1147
Sonority Steve Parker
1160
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MARC VAN OOSTENDORP is Senior Researcher at the Department of Variationist Linguistics at the Meertens Institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, and Professor of Phonological Microvariation at the University of Leiden. He holds an MA in Computational Linguistics and a PhD from Tilburg University.

COLIN J. EWEN is Professor and Chair of English Language and Linguistics at the University of Leiden. He holds an MA in English Language and Linguistics and a PhD from the University of Edinburgh. He is editor (with Ellen Kaisse) of the journal Phonology.

ELIZABETH HUME is Professor and Chair of the Department of Linguistics at The Ohio State University. She holds a PhD and MA in linguistics from Cornell University, an MA in French and Social Psychology of Language from McMaster University, and a BA in French from Université Laval.

KEREN RICE is University Professor and Canada Research Chair in Linguistics and Aboriginal Studies at the University of Toronto. She holds an MA and PhD in Linguistics from the University of Toronto and a BA in Linguistics from Cornell University.

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