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Bird, S. (2002). Dakelh ejectives: evidence for new ways of classifying sounds. Handout, 76th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. San Francisco, CA.
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Suzuki, Keiichiro (1998). A typological investigation of dissimilation. Doctoral dissertation, University of Arizona.
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One crucial finding was that consonant deletion is common in CCV, but rare in CV syllables, as predicted by markedness but not by phoneme length.
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This is a direct consequence of the principle of ‘Richness of the Base’ (McCarthy & Prince 1994, Dinnsen et al.
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It is exhibited in static generalizations over the lexicon, where combinations of similar sounds are systematically avoided in lexical items, like the avoidance of two homorganic consonants in Arabic roots (Greenberg 1950;
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1.1.2 –isto identify severalof the major themes that run throughout.
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Several different factors have influenced the contents and structure of this Handbook.
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The topics addressed reflect theoretical concerns that have endured in phonology, but they were also chosen for pedagogical reasons
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many advanced phonology courses cover many of the topics here).
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There were also ‘traditional’ reasons for some aspects of organization.
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