The sonority controversy

Editors:
Date:
2012
Publisher:
De Gruyter Mouton
Publisher Place:
Berlin
Part Of Series:
Phonology and Phonetics 18
Extent:
xvi, 487 pages
Publication Status:
Published
Table of Contents:
Part 1: Sonority and phonotactics: Sonority and sonority-based relationships within American English monosyllabic words/Karen Baertsch--The role of sonority in the phonology of Latin/András Cser--Is the sonority sequencing principle an epiphenomenon/Eric Henke, Ellen M. Kaisse, Richard Wright--Sonority distance vs. sonority dispersion - a typological survey/Steve Parker--Sonority variation in stochastic optimality theory: implications for markedness hierarchies/Jennifer L. Smith, Elliott Moreton--Sonority intuitions are provided by the lexicon/Ruben van de Vijver, Dinah Baer-Henney--Part 2: Sonority and phonetics: Sonority and central vowels: a cross-linguistic phonetic study/Matthew Gordon, Edita Ghushchyan, Bradley McDonnell, Daisy Rosenblum, Patricia A. Shaw--Sonority and the larynx/Brett Miller--Articulatory bases of sonority in English liquids/Michael Proctor, Rachel Walker--Part 3: Sonority and language acquisition: The sonority dispersion principle in the acquisition of Hebrew word final codas/Outi Bat-El--Part 4: Sonority and sign language: Acceleration peaks and sonority in Finnish Sign Language syllables/Tommi Jantunen--Part 5: Sonority and computational modeling: Sonority and syllabification in a connectionist network: an analysis of Brbrnet/Paul Tupper, Michael Fry--References; Author index; Index of languages, dialects, and linguistic families; Subject index
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Subject:
Sonority
Phonology
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Entry Number:
51478