"[...] the articels are well-argued and presented, and offer an interesting complexity of data and issues. [...],"Voicing in Japanese" constitutes an important contribution to Japanese phonology and phonetics."Eric Rosen in: Phonetician, No. 97/98, 2008, I-II
About the Author
Jeroen van de Weijer is Lecturer in linguistics at Leiden University, The Netherlands. He specialises in phonological theory, especially with regard to segmental representation and with a keen interest in laryngeal features. Kensuke Nanjo is Associate Professor of Phonetics at St. Andrew's University, Osaka, Japan. His interests include English and Japanese phonetics and phonology, lexicography, accents of English, and the acquisition of English by Japanese learners. Tetsuo Nishihara is Lecturer of English at the Miyagi University of Education, Sendai, Japan with a particular interest in English and Japanese phonology, especially with regard to prosodic phonology and phonology-morphology interaction.