Aspects of Dynamic Phonology

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Dynamic phonology is the natural consequence of the combination of the latest developments in physiological and acoustic phonetics and the traditional structural/functional theories of linguistics. In phonetics, the segmental approach has long since given way to dynamic phonetics, leaving linguists in the position of either ignoring the dynamic evidence and continuing with segmental and semi-segmental phonology or of adopting the dynamic evidence within their overall theories of language structure and function. The author of this book has chosen the latter and here present a model for such a dynamic phonology.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 37]  1985.  ix, 302 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
v
1. Phonetics and phonology
1
2. Dynamic phonology
27
3. Analysis by direction of constraint I: German /x/
53
4. Analysis by direction of constraint II: German /R/
73
5. Analysis by prosodic constraint I: Fortis-lenis change
95
6. Analysis by prosodic constraint I: German affricates
123
7. Morphophonology I: The Welsh mutation system
149
8. Morphophonology II: Welsh affricates
169
9. Coalescence of positions: Welsh eclipsis
201
10. Change of positions: slips of the tongue and metathesis
221
11. Vowel affection: old high German umlaut
235
12. Totally obstructed syllables: chinese /sż/
249
13. Poetics: prosodic alliteration in the cynghanedd
265
References
279
Subject index
293
Name index
299
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Subjects

Linguistics

Phonology
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  85009211