The Routledge Handbook of Spanish Phonology

Author:   Sonia Colina (The University of Arizona, USA) ,  Fernando Martinez-Gil (Ohio State University, USA)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
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9780415785693


Pages:   526
Publication Date:   12 December 2019
Format:   Hardback
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The Routledge Handbook of Spanish Phonology brings together leading experts in Spanish phonology to provide a state-of-the-art survey of the field. The five sections present current research on the phonological structure of Spanish including the most prominent segmental processes, suprasegmental features, the ways Spanish phonology interacts with other modules of grammar, the acquisition of Spanish phonology by first and second language learners, and an analysis of phonological variation and sound change. This volume provides comprehensive and detailed coverage of Spanish phonology. It addresses major burning questions and pressing issues that have arisen in the study of Spanish phonology, and is an essential reading resource for graduate students and researchers in the field.

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Author:   Sonia Colina (The University of Arizona, USA) ,  Fernando Martinez-Gil (Ohio State University, USA)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
Weight:   1.108kg
ISBN:  

9780415785693


ISBN 10:   0415785693
Pages:   526
Publication Date:   12 December 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Part I: Segmental Phonology 1. Phonemic contrast and neutralization Francesc Torres-Tamarit 2. Spirantization and the phonology of Spanish voiced obstruents Fernando Martinez-Gil 3. Consonant assimilation Carolina Gonzalez 4. Vowel harmony Jesus Jimenez and Maria-Rosa Lloret Part II . Suprasegmental Phonology 5. Phonotactic constraints on syllable structure Sonia Colina 6. Glides and high vowels in Spanish Ellen M. Kaisse 7. Syllable merger Jose Ignacio Hualde 8. Spanish verb and non-verb stress Iggy Roca 9. Current issues and challenges in Spanish intonational research Pilar Prieto and Paolo Roseano Part III. Interfaces 10. Spanish rhotics and the phonetics-phonology interface Travis G. Bradley 11. Laboratory Phonology methods in Spanish phonology Rebeka Campos-Astorkiza 12. Phonological encoding and the phonology of Spanish: the role of the syllable Miquel Simonet 13. Allomorphic variation Maria Ohannesian 14. Plural formation and gender allomorphy Caroline R. Wiltshire 15. Spanish phonology at the syntax interface Eulalia Bonet 16. Segmental, syllabic, and phrasal stratum domains of Dominican Surprise-[s] hypercorrection Rafael A. Nunez-Cedeno, Lucia Badiola, and Ariane Sande-Pineiro Part IV. Spanish Phonology and Acquisition 17. Spanish phonology and phonological development: first steps in the acquisition of focus Conxita Lleo 18. Guiding principles for advancing experimental research on the second language acquisition of Spanish phonology and phonetics Holly J. Nibert 19. Language contact in Patagonia: durational control in the acquisition of Spanish and Afrikaans phonology Nicholas Henriksen, Lorenzo Garcia-Amaya, Andries W. Coetzee, and Daan Wissing 20. The phonological system of adult heritage speakers of Spanish in the United States Rajiv Rao Part V. Variation and Change in Spanish Phonology 21. Spanish phonological variation John M. Lipski 22. Sociolinguistic variation Manuel Diaz-Campos and Valentyna Filimonova 23. A survey of Spanish diachronic phonology Gary K. Baker and D. Eric Holt 24. The historical emergence of Spanish palatal consonants Andre Zampaulo

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Sonia Colina is a professor of Hispanic linguistics at the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA. Fernando Martinez-Gil is an associate professor of Hispanic linguistics at The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA.

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