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Palgrave Macmillan
Edition 2nd edition
ISBN 9780230573147
Publication Date June 2013
Formats Paperback 
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
Series Palgrave Modern Linguistics

Covering the entire history of generative phonology, from the Sound Pattern of English model to the Optimality Theory framework in use today, Phonology includes the latest developments in analytical and theoretical aspects of the subject.

This fully revised and updated edition:
- provides a phonetics revision chapter for students to refresh their knowledge of phonetics
- includes brand new chapters on Phonological Weight and Optimality Theory, and incorporates new material on Moraic Theory
- contains classroom exercises drawn from a wide variety of languages, along with sample answers and suggestions for further reading

Whether you are new to the field or simply want to take your studies further, Phonology will help you to develop a complete understanding of this important branch of linguistics.

Full answer keys to the book's exercises are available to lecturers on the Palgrave Modern Linguistics series companion website at www.palgrave.com/language/pml

PHILIP CARR is Professor of Linguistics, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier III, France.
JEAN-PIERRE MONTREUIL is Professor, University of Texas at Austin, USA.

Preface
Acknowledgements
Revision of Phonetics
The Phonemic Principle
Alternations
Features, Classes and Systems
Problems with the Phonemic Principle
The Organisation of the Grammar
Abstractness, Psychological Reality and the Phonetics/Phonology Relation
The Role of the Lexicon
Representations Reconsidered (i) Phonological Structure above the Level of the Segment
Representations Reconsidered (ii) Autosegmental Phonology
Phonological Weight
Optimality Theory
Issues in Optimality
Feature Specifications for Consonants
Sample Answers to Exercises
References
Subject Index
Language Index

Reviews

'This comprehensive textbook is an excellent introduction to the field of phonology. The material is logically and incrementally presented, and wonderfully illustrated with original linguistic data and exercises. The reader will gain a good understanding of mainstream phonology in historical context, and will also be introduced to alternative frameworks.' - Carrie Dyck, Associate Professor of Linguistics, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
'This second edition is worth careful consideration by any phonology instructor. It covers both the essentials of generative phonology and more advanced topics in a clear, user-friendly manner, while regularly prompting the reader to consider important challenges to each theoretical framework as it is presented. A number of useful and well-executed instructional aids are provided, especially the strong selection of exercises.' - Ian Clayton, University of Nevado, Reno
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