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Endangered Sound Patterns: Three Perspectives on Theory and Description

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Title:Endangered Sound Patterns: Three Perspectives on Theory and Description
Authors:Blevins, Juliette
Keywords:endangered sound patterns
Date Issued:27 Jun 2007
Publisher:University of Hawai'i Press
Citation:Blevins, Juliette. 2007. Endangered sound patterns: Three perspectives on theory and description. Language Documentation & Conservation 1(1):1-16.
Abstract:In this essay, I highlight the important role of endangered language documentation and description in the study of sound patterns. Three different perspectives are presented: a long view of phonology, from ancient to modern traditions; an areal and genetic view of sound patterns, and their relation to theory and description; and a practical perspective on the importance of research on endangered sound patterns. All perspectives converge on a common theme: the most lasting and influential contributions to the field are those with seamless boundaries between description and analysis.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/1721
ISSN:1934-5275
Volume:1
Issue/Number:1
Appears in Collections: Volume 01 Issue 1 : Language Documentation & Conservation


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