In this issue
On the Phonology and Orthography of Jamaican Creole
In the following, it will be demonstrated that the orthography devised by Cassidy for Jamaican Creole1 is upheld under a reevaluation in the context of present day generative phonology. In this respect, modifications proposed by Devonish and Seiler (1991) will be argued against. The analysis focuses primarily on the distribution of vowel phonemes in Jamaican Creole in relation to its orthography.
Published online: 01 January 1996
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Beckford Wassink, Alicia
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