Phonology : critical concepts /

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Imprint:London ; New York : Routledge, 2001.
Description:6 v. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Language:English
Series:Routledge critical concepts
Subject:Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology.
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/4377959
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Other authors / contributors:Kreidler, Charles W., 1924-
ISBN:0415203449 (6 v. set)
0415203457 (v. 1)
0415203465 (v. 2)
0415203473 (v. 3)
0415203481 (v. 4)
0415237890 (v. 5)
0415237904 (v. 6)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references.
Table of Contents:
  • Volume I. A Variety of Viewpoints in Phonology General Introduction
  • 1. Ancient Indian Phonetics
  • 2. The Beginning of Phonological Terminology in Arabic
  • 3. The Origin and Early Development of Chinese Phonological Theory
  • 4. Phonetics Versus Phonology: The Prague School and beyond
  • 5. Roman Jakobson and the Growth of Phonology
  • 6. The Technique of Prosodic Analysis
  • 7. The Principles of Phonologic Analysics
  • 8. Prolegomena to a Theory of Phonology
  • 9. Phonological "Neutralization" in Classical and Stratificational Theories
  • 10. Introduction to the Formal Analysis of Natural Languages
  • 11. A Sketch of English Phonology and Phonological Theory
  • 12. Why Phonology isn't "Natural"
  • 13. Generative Phonology vs. Finnish Phonology: Retrospect and Prospect
  • 14. A Systemic Interpretation of Peking Syllable Finals
  • 15. Phonological Hierarchy in a Four-Cell Tagmemic Representation from Poem to Phoneme Class
  • 16. Explaining Natural Phonology
  • 17. Sixteen Possible Types of Natural Phonological Processes
  • 18. Dependency Phonology
  • 19. Contrastivity and Non-Specification in a Dependency Phonology of English
  • Volume II. From Features to Underspecification General Introduction
  • 20. Vowels of the World's Languages
  • 21. Panini and the Distinctive Features
  • 22. Distinctive Features Theory
  • 23. Phonological Features: Problems and Proposals
  • 24. The Simplex-Feature Hypothesis Gerald
  • 25. Two English Vowel Movements: A Particle Analysis
  • 26. The Geometry of Phonological Features
  • 27. Feature Geometry and the Vocal Tract
  • 28. Consonant Place Features
  • 29. Palatization as Corono-Dorsalization: Evidence from Polish
  • 30. The Phonetics and Phonology of Semitic Pharyngeals
  • 31. Underspecification, Natural Classes, and the Sonority Hierarchy
  • 32. Aspects of Underspecification Theory
  • 33. On the Bases of Radical Underspecification
  • 34. Underspecification and Markedness
  • Volume III. Syllables and Multi-Level Analyses General Introduction
  • 35. Immediate Constituents of Mazateco Syllables
  • 36. Syllables
  • 37. How to Derive the Sonority Syllable from the Prototypical
  • 38. The Syllable in Phonological Theory
  • 39. Einige Argumente Gegen die Silbe als Universale Prosodische
  • 40. Oh Phonological Weight
  • 41. The Mora and Syllable Structure in Japanese: Evidence from Speech Errors
  • 42. Skeletal vs. Moraiz Representations in Slovak
  • 43. Skeleta and the Prosodic Circumscription of Morphological Domains
  • 44. French Liaison, Floating Segments and other Matters in a Dependency Framework
  • 45. On Stress and Accent in Indo-European
  • 46. An Overview of Autosegmental Phonology
  • 47. A Prosodic