Part of
Sonic Signatures: Studies dedicated to John Harris
Edited by Geoff Lindsey and Andrew Nevins
[Language Faculty and Beyond 14] 2017
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Backley, Phillip
2011An Introduction to Element Theory. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.Google Scholar
Gallon, Nichola, John Harris & Heather van der Lely
2007Non-word repetition: An investigation of phonological complexity in children with Grammatical SLI. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics 21: 435–455. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
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1984Syntactic variation and dialect divergence. Journal of Linguistics 20: 303–327. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
1985Phonological Variation and Change: Studies in Hiberno-English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
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1990A tale of two cities: London glottaling and New York City tapping. The Linguistic Review 7(3): 251–274. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
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1995The elements of phonological representation. In Jacques Durand & Francis Katamba (eds.), Frontiers of Phonology: Atoms, Structures, Derivations, 34–79. Harlow, Essex: Longman.Google Scholar
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2003Release the captive coda: The foot as a domain of phonetic interpretation. In John K. Local, Richard Ogden & Rosalind A. M. Temple (eds.), Phonetic Interpretation, 103–129. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
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