Paper: Tiers in Articulatory Phonology

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PDF File Paper: Tiers in Articulatory Phonology with Some Implications for Casual Speech. 1. INTRODUCTION We have recently begun a research program with the goal of proViding explicit. formal representations of articulatory organization appropriate for use as phonological representations (Browman & Goldstein. 1986; Goldstein & Browman. 1986). The basic assumption underlying this research program is that much phonological organization arises from constraints imposed by physical systems. This is of course a common assumption with respect to the elements-features-used in phonological description; it is not such a common assumption. at least in recent years. with respect to the organization of phonological structures

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