Incomplete neutralization and unorthodox markedness in Breton laryngeal phonology

September 12, 2010

6th Celtic Linguistics Conference, University College Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland

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Categories:  Breton Laryngeal phonology Feature theory Substance-free phonology Phonetics-phonology interface

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This talk represents a further iteration of the programme of research on Breton laryngeal phonology started here. Here, I present both phonological and phonetic evidence for incomplete neutralization in final devoicing in Breton and for the greater markednesss of voiceless (‘fortis’) stops. The analysis is largely retained in the thesis.



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