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Date: Sun, 14 Nov 1993 18:04:07 Summary: Bibliography of Korean fortition
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Subject: Summary: Bibliography of Korean fortition

About two months ago, I posted a query about Korean fortition. Thank you
very much for all who responded to me: David Sylva, Satoshi Uehara, and
yukoling.edinburgh.ac.uk. I obtained the following bibliographical
information. (The following include articles/books which are not directly
concerned with Korean fortition but with Korean phonology and phonetics in
general.)

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Ahn, S-C. 1985. The Interplay of Phonology and Morphology in Korean.
Seoul: Hanshin Publishing Company.

Cho, Y-M. Y. 1987. Phrasal phonology of Korean. Harvard Studies in Korean
Linguistics II (S. Kuno, I-H Lee, J. Whitman, S-Y Bak, and Y-S Kang,
editors), 328-340. Cambridge, MA: Dept. of Linguistics, Harvard
University.

Cho, Y-M. Y. 1990a. Syntax and phrasing in Korean. The Phonology-Syntax
Connection (S. Inkelas and D. Zec, editors), 47-62. Chicago: University of
Chicago Press.

Cho, Y-M. Y. 1990b. Parameters of Consonantal Assimilation. Ph.D.
dissertation, Stanford University.

Choi, E-Y. 1990. Postlexical Phonology in Korean. Ph.D. dissertation,
University of Washington.

Dart, S. 1987. An aerodynamic study of Korean stop consonants:
Measurements and modeling. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
81.1, 138-147.

Han, H-S. 1987. The Configurational Structure of the Korean Language.
Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas at Austin.

Han, J-I. 1992. On the Korean tensed consonants and tensification. Paper
presented at the 28th meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society. (To
appear in Proceedings of CLS 28.)

Han, M. S. and R. S. Weitzman. 1965. Acoustic characteristics of Korean
stop consonants. Studies in the Phonology of Asian Languages III. Los
Angeles, CA: University of Southern California, Acoustic Phonetics Research
Laboratory.

Han, M. S. and R. S. Weitzman. 1967. Acoustic features in the manner
differentiation of Korean stop consonants. Studies in the Phonology of
Asian Languages V. Los Angeles, CA: University of Southern California,
Acoustic Phonetics Research Laboratory.

Hirose, H., C. Y. Lee, T. Ushijima. 1974. Laryngeal control in Korean stop
production. Journal of Phonetics 2, 145-152.

Hume, E. V. 1989. Front vowels, palatal consonants and the rule of umlaut
in Korean. Paper presented at NELS 20, Carnegie Mellon University.

Ito, Junko. 1986. The Phonology of Voicing in Japanese. Lingusitic Inquiry
vol.17.

Iverson, G. and K-H. Kim. 1987. Underspecification and hierarchical
feature representation in Korean consonantal phonology. CLS 23, 182-198.
Chicago, IL: Chicago Linguistics Society.

Jun, S-A. 1989. The accentual pattern and prosody of the Chonnam dialect
of Korea. Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics III (S. Kuno et al.,
editors), 89-100. Cambridge, MA: Dept. of Linguistics, Harvard University.

Jun, S-A. 1990. The prosodic structure of Korean --- in terms of voicing.
ICKL 7: Papers for the Seventh International Conference on Korean
Linguistics (E-J Baek, editor), 87-104. Toronto: International Circle of
Korean Linguists and Osaka University of Economics and Law (University of
Toronto Press).

Jun, S-A. To appear. The domains of laryngeal feature lenition effects in
Chonnam Korean. Working Papers in Linguistics 40. Columbus, OH: The Ohio
State University.

Kagaya, R. 1974. A fiberscopic and acoustic study of the Korean stops,
affricates, and fricatives. Journal of Phonetics 2, 161-180.

Kang, O. 1990. A prosodic hierarchy analysis of aspiration and consonant
mutation in Korean. ICKL 7: Papers for the Seventh International
Conference on Korean Linguistics (E-J Baek, editor), 105-120. Toronto:
International Circle of Korean Linguists and Osaka University of Economics
and Law (University of Toronto Press).

Kim, K-H. 1987. The Phonological Representation of Distinctive Features:
Korean Consonantal Phonology. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Iowa.
(Published by Hanshin Publishing Co., Seoul.)

Kim-Renaud, Y-K. 1974. Korean Consonantal Phonology. Ph.D. dissertation,
University of Hawaii.

Kohler, K. J. 1984. Phonetic explanation in phonology: the feature
fortis/lenis. Phonetica 41, 150-174.

Silva, D. J. 1989. Determining the domain for intervocalic stop voicing in
Korean. Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics III (S. Kuno et al.,
editors), 177-188. Cambridge, MA: Dept. of Linguistics, Harvard
University.

Silva, D. J. 1992. Aspects of the phonetics and phonology of lenis stop
voicing in Korean. Japanese/Korean Linguistics II, P. Clancy (editor),
164-174. Stanford, CA: SLI.

Silva, D. J. 1992. The Phonetics and Phonology of Stop Lenition in Korean.
 Ithaca: Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Cornell
University.

Whitman, J. 1985. Korean clusters. Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics
(S. Kuno, I-H Lee, J. Whitman, S-Y Bak, and Y-S Kang, editors), 280-290.
Cambridge, MA: Dept. of Linguistics, Harvard University.

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Sincerely,

Naohiro Takizawa
Nagoya University, JAPAN
[g44409anucc.cc.nagoya-u.ac.jp]
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