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Origins of Sound Change: Approaches to Phonologization [Hardcover]

Alan C. L. Yu

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Table of Contents

Part I: What is Phonologization 1. Larry Hyman: Enlarging the Scope of Phonologization 2. Elizabeth Hume and Frederic Mailhot: Certainty and Expectation in Phonologization and Language Part II: Phonetic Considerations 3. Andrew Garrett and Keith Johnson: Phonetic Bias in Sound Change 4. Heike Lehnert-LeHouillier: From Long to Short and From Short to Long: Perceptual motivations for changes in vocalic length 5. Sam Tilsen: Inibitory Mechanisms in Speech Planning Maintain and Maximie Contrast 6. Chandan Narayan: Developmental Perspectives on phonological Typology and Sound Change Part III: Phonological and Morphological Considerations 7. Abby Kaplan: Lexical Sensitivity to Phonetic and Phonological Pressures 8. Jeff Mielke: Phonologization and the Typology of Feature Behaviour 9. Rebecca Morley: Rapid Learning of Morphologically Conditioned Phonetics: Vowel nasalization across a boundary Part IV: Social and Computational Dynamics 10. Alan C. L. Yu: Individual Variation in Socio-cognitive Processing and Sound Change 11. James Kirby: The Role of Probabilistic Enhancement in Phonologization 12. Frederic Mailhot: Modelling the Emergence of Vowel Harmony Through Iterated Learning 13. Morgan Sonderegger and Partha Niyogi: Variation and Change in English Noun/Verb Pair Stress: Data, dynamical systems models, and their interaction

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