The phonological status of English oral stops after tautosyllabic /s/ : evidence from speakers’ classificatory behaviour
Monpeán González, José Antonio (Universidad de Murcia)

Data: 2006
Resum: The classification of oral stops after tautosyllabic /s/ in English is an old phonological problem to which different solutions have been proposed. In an attempt to provide experimental evidence on the classification of oral bilabial stops after tautosyllabic /s/ by native speakers of English, a concept formation experiment was conducted. The results showed that out of the four main phonological theoretical views on the classification of oral stops after tautosyllabic /s/, the solution which treats those speech segments as allophones of the phonemes /p, t, k/ is the most plausible from the point of view of language users’ classificatory behaviour.
Drets: Tots els drets reservats.
Llengua: Anglès.
Document: article ; recerca ; publishedVersion
Publicat a: Language design : journal of theoretical and experimental linguistics, V. 8 (2006) p. 69-101, ISSN 1139-4218

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