Article published in:Advances in Functional Linguistics: Columbia School beyond its origins
Edited by Joseph Davis, Radmila J. Gorup and Nancy Stern
[Studies in Functional and Structural Linguistics 57] 2006
► pp. 107–130
Phonology as human behavior
A combinatory phonology of Byelorussian
This paper applies the theory of Phonology as Human Behavior to an analysis of the distribution of consonants in monosyllabic words in Byelorussian. Like other languages, Byelorussian shows a direct connection between the effort that speakers make to control the active articulators, involved in the production of phonemes, and the favorings or the disfavorings of these phonemes in various phonotactic distributions.
Published online: 20 December 2006
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