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Summary: Post 1990 sources on Stressed/Syllable-timing
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A FEW WEEKS AGO I POSTED ON THE LIST ASKING FOR ANY SOURCES (ESPECIALLY POST 1990) ON THE STRESSED/SYLLABLE-TIMING ISSUE. I PROMISED TO POST A SUMMARY OF THE RESPONSES I RECEIVED. I DID NOT GET A LOT OF REACTION, BUT THE POSTS THAT I DID RECEIVE WERE VERY HELPFUL.
BEFORE I PROVIDE A LISTT OF THE SOURCES I WERE INFORMED ABOUT, TWO GENERAL COMMENTS: (I) MOST OF THE LINGUISTS WHO RESPONDED MENTIONED THAT THE DIVISION OF LANGUAGES INTO THE TWO RHYTHMIC CATEGORIES IS NOT ACCEPTED WIDELY ANYMORE. (II) ONE OF THE REASONS WHY I DID NOT FIND A LOT OF POST 1990 SOURCES ON MY OWN INITIAL SEARCH, WAS THAT I USED
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