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Title: Review of 'The sonority controversy'. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter Mouton. (Phonology and Phonetics). Pp. xvi + 487
Author: Pons, Clàudia
Keywords: Ressenyes (Documents)
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Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Abstract: The sonority controversy, edited by Steve Parker, comprises twelve chapters about sonority, written from a variety of angles. *The book is organised intofive parts:'Sonority and phonotactics', with six contributions,'Sonority and phonetics', with three, and 'Sonority and language acquisition','Sonority and sign language' and 'Sonority and computational modeling', each represented by a single chapter. The volume has a brief introduction,in which the editor identifies the need for a contribution on each topic, emphasises the controversial character of the notion of sonority and allied topics,summarises the articles that make up the volume and shows how they are interconnected.
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It is part of: Phonology, 2016, vol. 33, num. 1, p. 195-207
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ISSN: 0952-6757
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