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Voicing in Dutch: (De)voicing – phonology, phonetics, and psycholinguistics
Edited by Jeroen van de Weijer and Erik Jan van der Torre
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 286] 2007
► pp. 8198
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Cavirani, Edoardo & Marc van Oostendorp
2017. Chapter 5. On silent markedness. In Beyond Markedness in Formal Phonology [Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 241],  pp. 101 ff. DOI logo
Heeringa, Wilbert & Frans Hinskens
2015. Dialect change and its consequences for the Dutch dialect landscape. How much is due to the standard variety and how much is not?. Journal of Linguistic Geography 3:1  pp. 20 ff. DOI logo
2016. Fricative patterning in aspirating versus true voice languages. Journal of Linguistics 52:1  pp. 151 ff. DOI logo
Ouddeken, Nina
2016. Voicing distinctions in the Dutch-German dialect continuum. Linguistics in the Netherlands 33  pp. 106 ff. DOI logo
van Oostendorp, Marc
2008. Incomplete devoicing in formal phonology. Lingua 118:9  pp. 1362 ff. DOI logo
Vaux, Bert & Brett Miller
2011. The Representation of Fricatives. In The Blackwell Companion to Phonology,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
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2019. References. In A Contrastive Grammar of Brazilian Pomeranian [Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 248],  pp. 273 ff. DOI logo

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