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Ch.17: The phonetics-phonology interface by John Kingston


"Phonetics interfaces with phonology in three ways. First, phonetics defines distinctive features. Second, phonetics explains many phonological patterns. These two interfaces constitute what has come to be called the ‘substantive grounding’ of phonology (Archangeli&Pulleyblank1994). Finally, phonetics implements phonological representations..."

Kingston, John (2007). The phonetics-phonology interface. In Paul de Lacy (ed.) The Cambridge Handbook of Phonology. Cambridge University Press, pp.435-456.


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