Abstract

Abstract:

This article presents an overview of the last two decades of research in synchronic Slavic theoretical phonology and the fields it interacts with, such as phonetics, morphology, and syntax. The overview is arranged around the properties of Slavic languages that prominently figure in the recent discussion of theoretical phonology. It concentrates on the specific phenomena in Slavic, such as vowel reduction, vowel/zero alternations, stress and pitch accent, vowel coalescence, voicing assimilation, word-final devoicing, and consonant clusters and syllabification, and on how these phenomena are relevant to phonological theory and Slavic linguistics.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1543-0391
Print ISSN
1068-2090
Pages
pp. 387-413
Launched on MUSE
2018-02-22
Open Access
No
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