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Title:Athabaskan Phonetics and Phonology
Contributor (author):Hargus, Sharon
Creator:Hargus, Sharon
Description:Ts. Abstract: There is a long tradition of phonetic and phonological research on Athabaskan languages, some synchronic in focus, some diachronic. A variety of theoretical approaches have been employed. An understanding of the morphology is required for research in virtually any other subfield of Athabaskan linguistics including phonetics and phonology. Most research on Athabaskan languages has been undertaken by nonnative speakers of Athabaskan languages. Instrumental phonetic studies are now available for a variety of phenomena in these languages. p. 1019-1040. Citation: Language and Linguistics Compass 4/10 2010 Blackwell Publishing. Restrictions: copyright material.
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