The Theory of Neutralization and the Archiphoneme in Functional Phonology

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The theory of neutralization and the archiphoneme is well known to have been expounded by the Prague School. It is now being fully accepted and practised by A. Martinet and his associates, to whom Akamatsu refers as the neo-Prague School. The objective is to propose a maximally functionalist theory of neutralization and the archiphoneme by submitting to critical discussion from a functional point of view all the principal notions pertaining to this theory in its traditionally professed form. The author comes up with a theory of neutralization and the archiphoneme which is fundamentally based on but is clearly different from that which is normally associated with the Prague School and the neo-Prague School.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 43]  1988.  xxi, 533 pp.
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Table of Contents
Abbreviations
xi
Foreword
xiii–xv
Acknowledgements
xvii–xviii
Preface
xix–xxi
1. Introduction
1–18
2. Phonological opposition
19–75
3. Relevant feature
77–110
4. Neutralization
111–150
5. Neutralization and merger
151–156
6. Neutralization and defective distribution
157–192
7. Neutralization and syncretism
193–198
8. Archiphoneme
199–331
9. Neutralization and archiphoneme
333–366
10. The notion of ‘archiphoneme representative’
367–398
11. The mark, the marked phoneme and the unmarked phoneme
399–428
12. Conclusion
429–434
Notes
435–486
References
487–501
Index of subjects
503–525
Index of names
527–533
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  87028723