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LINGUIST List 21.2337

Tue May 25 2010

Qs: Good Textbook for Introductory Phonology

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        1.    Marina Gorlach, Good Textbook for Introductory Phonology

Message 1: Good Textbook for Introductory Phonology
Date: 24-May-2010
From: Marina Gorlach <mgorlachhotmail.com>
Subject: Good Textbook for Introductory Phonology
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Dear colleagues,

Could you please recommend a good textbook for an introductory
course in phonology? By being 'good' I mean student-oriented,
accessible, having practical assignments, and providing food for

I am going to use it in conjunction with Ladefoged & Johnson's 'A
Course in Phonetics' for teaching a class in phonetics and phonology.

I will post a summary after I get enough feedback.

Thank you for your help!
Marina Gorlach

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics

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