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p.25, section 1.4 ; popularity: 53

great deal of popularity, as documented by Gordon (Ch.3) (also see the articles in Gussenhoven & Kager 2001, Hume & Johnson 2001, and Hayes et al.
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p.25, section 1.3 ; popularity: 44
However, many of the representational devices that were developed in the 1980s remain integral to current phonological analyses, as exemplified by the detailed prosodic structures used by Zec (Ch.8), Kager (Ch.9), Yip
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p.22, section 1.3 ; popularity: 41
To give some background, in Autosegmental Phonology (Goldsmith 1976b, 1990) and Metrical Phonology (see Hayes 1995, Kager Ch.9 for references) the aim throughout the 1980s and early 1990s was to place as much of
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p.6, section 1.1.1 ; popularity: 40
Notrepresentedin(1)istheinteractionbetween constituents.For example, de Lacy (Ch.12) examines the interaction of tone, the foot, and segmental properties.Similarly,a partofKager(Ch.9)isabout therelationbetween the
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For example, in a widely-used textbook, Kager (1999a:11) comments that “phonologicalmarkednessconstraints shouldbe phonetically grounded in some propertyof articulation andperception”.Of
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p.6, section 1.1.1

Notrepresentedin(1)istheinteractionbetween constituents.For example, de Lacy (Ch.12) examines the interaction of tone, the foot, and segmental properties.Similarly,a partofKager(Ch.9)isabout therelationbetween the
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p.22, section 1.3
To give some background, in Autosegmental Phonology (Goldsmith 1976b, 1990) and Metrical Phonology (see Hayes 1995, Kager Ch.9 for references) the aim throughout the 1980s and early 1990s was to place as much of
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p.25, section 1.4
great deal of popularity, as documented by Gordon (Ch.3) (also see the articles in Gussenhoven & Kager 2001, Hume & Johnson 2001, and Hayes et al.
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p.25, section 1.3
However, many of the representational devices that were developed in the 1980s remain integral to current phonological analyses, as exemplified by the detailed prosodic structures used by Zec (Ch.8), Kager (Ch.9), Yip
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p.29, section 1.4.2
For example, in a widely-used textbook, Kager (1999a:11) comments that “phonologicalmarkednessconstraints shouldbe phonetically grounded in some propertyof articulation andperception”.Of
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