9.1121, Books: Phonology

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Subject: 9.1121, Books: Phonology

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Date:  Thu, 06 Aug 1998 13:52 -0500 (EST)
From:  Grace_Fuqua at sil.org
Subject:  RE: New publication for Web

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Date:  Thu, 06 Aug 1998 13:52 -0500 (EST)
From:  Grace_Fuqua at sil.org
Subject:  RE: New publication for Web

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     Subject: Linguistics

     Burquest, Donald A., author; PHONOLOGICAL ANALYSIS: A FUNCTIONAL
     APPROACH; Pb; ISBN: 1-55671-067-4; x+314 pp., 1998, 2nd ed., $29.00.
     Summer Institute of Linguistics.

     Human language is a remarkable phenomenon. Its study continues to be a
     source of fascination and delight. Dr. Donald Burquest, professor of
     linguistics at the University of Texas at Arlington, developed this
     foundational textbook during years of helping students overcome the
     feelings of dismay that new phonology students experience when
     confronted by a mass of raw phonetic data. While working through the
     material, the student is led through the steps of organizing data and
     is introduced to particular theories for later in-depth
     specialization. The author expands on the previous edition of this
     text by adding introductions to Autosegmental Phonology and Metrical
     Phonology. He has also included a series of problems at the end of
     most chapters that provide an opportunity for the student to apply the
     information in that chapter. This textbook is intended for use in an
     upper division introductory course in phonology, preparing the student
     to further study aspects of current theory.

     Grace Fuqua
     Academic Publications
     Summer Institute of Linguistics
     grace_fuqua at sil.org


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Addison Wesley Longman
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Cambridge University Press
Edinburgh University Press
Garland Publishing
Holland Academic Graphics (HAG)
John Benjamins Publishing Company
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MIT Press (Books Division)
Mouton de Gruyter
Oxford University Press
Summer Institute of Linguistics

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