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In Favor of Some Uncommon Approaches to the Study of Speech

  • M. Y. Liberman

Abstract

It is no secret that phonetics and phonology are two very different cultures, despite the close logical connection between their nominal aims. In education, in terminology, in research methods, in styles of argument, and in scientific journal and professional society allegiance, the divergence is striking.

Keywords

Acoustical Society Pitch Range Phonetic Category Vowel Harmony Segmental Phonetics 
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