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LINGUIST List 18.1923

Wed Jun 27 2007

TOC: Language Sciences 29/2-3 (2007)

Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins <marialinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Patricia Howard, Language Sciences Vol 29, No 2-3 (2007)


Message 1: Language Sciences Vol 29, No 2-3 (2007)
Date: 26-Jun-2007
From: Patricia Howard <p.howardelsevier.com>
Subject: Language Sciences Vol 29, No 2-3 (2007)


Publisher: Elsevier
http://www.elsevier.com/linguistics

Journal Title: Language Sciences
Volume Number: 29
Issue Number: 2-3
Issue Date: 2007


Subtitle: Issues in English phonology


Main Text:

1. Editorial board and publication information
Page IFC

2. English phonology and linguistic theory: an introduction to issues, and to
'Issues in English Phonology'
Pages 117-153, Philip Carr and Patrick Honeybone

3. Phonology and phonetics of English stress and vowel reduction
Pages 154-176, Luigi Burzio

4. A strict CV approach to consonant lenition: bidirectional government in
English phonology
Pages 177-202, Csaba Csides

5. An optimality treatment of syntactic inversions in English verse
Pages 203-217, Colleen M. Fitzgerald

6. From a Latin syllable-driven stress system to a Romance versus Germanic
morphology-driven dynamics: in honour of Lionel Guierre
Pages 218-236, Jean-Michel Fournier

7. The lost consonants of Atlanta
Pages 237-246, Phil Harrison

8. English voicing in dimensional theory
Pages 247-269, Gregory K. Iverson and Sang-Cheol Ahn

9. Phonological 'voicing', phonetic voicing, and assimilation in English
Pages 270-293, Wouter Jansen

10. L-vocalisation as a natural phenomenon: explorations in sociophonology
Pages 294-315, Wyn Johnson and David Britain

11. Salience and similarity in loanword adaptation: a case study from Fijian
Pages 316-340, Michael Kenstowicz

12. Who’s afraid of the vowel shift rule?
Pages 341-359, April McMahon

13. He divn’t gan tiv a college ti di that, man! A study of do (and to) in
Tyneside English
Pages 360-371, Charley Rowe

14. Understanding English word accentuation
Pages 372-384, Sanford Schane

15. Dialect acquisition of glottal variation in /t/: Barbadians in Ipswich
Pages 385-407, Michelle Straw and Peter L. Patrick

16. Branching onsets and syncope in English
Pages 408-425, Péter Szigetvári

17. Stress-neutral endings in contemporary British English: an updated overview
Pages 426-450, Ives Trevian

18. Intrusive [r] and optimal epenthetic consonants
Pages 451-476, Christian Uffmann

19. Substitution of dental fricatives in English by Dutch L2 speakers
Pages 477-491, Femke Wester, Dicky Gilbers and Wander Lowie

20. Lionel Guierre
Pages 492-495, Alain Deschamps and Michael O’Neil


Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
                            Phonology

Subject Language(s): Bajan (bjs)
                            Dutch (nld)
                            English (eng)
Language Family(ies): Germanic
                            Romance



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