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100 1 0 _aSilverman, Daniel Doron,
245 1 2 _aA critical introduction to phonology :
_bfunctional and usage-based perspectives /
_cDaniel Silverman.
250 _aSecond edition.
264 1 _aLondon ;
_aNew York :
_bBloomsbury Academic / Bloomsbury Publishing,
264 4 _cc2017
300 _axx, 338 pages :
_billustrations ;
_c24 cm.
336 _atext
337 _acomputer
338 _aonline resource
490 0 _aBloomsbury critical introductions to linguistics
500 _aPrevious edition: 2006.
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
520 _aTaking an interdisciplinary approach to phonological theory and analysis, A Critical Introduction to Phonology introduces the key aspects of the discipline. Departing from the mainstream tradition, Daniel Silverman argues that the nature of linguistic sound systems can only be understood in the context of how they are used by speakers and listeners. By proposing that linguistic sound systems are the product of an interaction among sound (acoustics), mind (cognition), and body (physiology), Silverman focuses on the functional consequences of their interaction. Now with each chapter supplemented by a section on “Doing Phonology”, together with phonological examples from a large corpus of data, this expanded second edition offers a provocative introduction to phonological theory. This book is essential reading for all students and researchers of phonology who are already familiar with the standard approaches and provides both a new theoretical background and the mechanical tools for truly successful phonological analyses.
650 7 _aGrammar, Comparative and general
655 _vReading book
776 0 8 _iPrint version :
856 4 _uhttp://www.bloomsbury.com/9781474238908
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