LINGUIST List 10.630

Thu Apr 29 1999

Books: Avail for Review: phonetics and phonology

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Message 1: Available for review: Phonetics and Phonology

Date: Thu, 29 Apr 1999 21:14:23 -0400 (EDT)
From: Andrew Carnie <carnielinguistlist.org>
Subject: Available for review: Phonetics and Phonology

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Wannemacher, Mark (1998) Aspects of Zaiwa Prosody: An autosegmental 
	account. SIL, Dallas

Waals, Juliette (1999) An experimental view of the dutch syllable. 
	Holland Academic Graphics. The Hague.

Boersma, Paul (1998) Functional Phonology: Formalizing the interactions
	between articulatory and perceptual drives. Holland Academic 
	Graphics. The Hague.

Revithiadou, Anthi (1998) Headmost Accent Wins: head Dominance and ideal
	Prosodic form in Lexical Accent Systems. Holland Acadmic Graphics,
	the Hague

Goedemans, Rob (1998) Weightless Segments: A phonetic and phonological
	study concerning the metrical irrelvance of syllable onsets.
	Holland Academic Graphics. The Hague

van der Haagen, Monique (1998) Caught between Norms: the English 
	Pronunciation of Dutch Learners. Holland Academic Press. The 
	Hague.

Polgardi, Krisztina (1998) Vowel Harmony: An account in terms of 
	Government and Optimality. Holland Acadmic Graphics. The Hague

Elenbaas, Nine (1999) A Unified Account of Binary and Ternary Stress:
	Considerations from Sentani and Finnish. Holland Academic Graphics.
	The Hague.

van de Vijver, Ruben (1998) The Iambic Issue. Iambs as a result of constraint
	interaction. Holland Acadmic Graphics. The Hague

Rowicka, Grazyna (1999) On Ghost Vowels: A strict CV approach. Holland
	Academic Graphics. The Hague.

Davenport and Hannahs (1998) Introducing Phonetics and Phonology. Edward
	Arnold (UK), Oxford (USA)

Brentari, Diane (1998) A prosodic model of sign language phonology. MIT
	Press. Cambridge MA.
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