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    Haike Jacobs,Carlos Gussenhoven
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    Hodder Education; 2 edition (January 28, 2005)
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Carlos Gussenhoven is Professor of General and Experimental Phonology, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands

Carlos Gussenhoven is Professor of General and Experimental Phonology, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands.

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Author(s): Carlos Gussenhoven, Haike Jacobs. Understanding Phonology (Hardcover). Published March 22nd 2017 by Routledge.

by Haike Jacobs First published June 25th 1998. Author(s): Carlos Gussenhoven, Haike Jacobs. ISBN: 144411204X (ISBN13: 9781444112047). Hardcover, 288 pages.

ISBN 13: 9780340807354. This skilfully written text provides a broad, yet up-to-date, introduction to phonology.

Author : Haike Jacobs,Carlos Gussenhoven. Publisher : Hodder Education.

Understanding Phonology. Book · January 2005 with 8 Reads. Publisher: Hodder Arnold, London, Oxford University Press, New York. Cite this publication. In Tashlhiyt, while voiceless consonant sequences are produced with no vocalic element that can act as a syllable peak (see Ridouane 2008), clusters containing voiced segments do sometimes surface with schwa-like elements.

by Carlos Gussenhoven, Haike Jacobs. ISBN 9781444112047 (978-1-4441-1204-7) Softcover, Hodder Education Publishers, 2011.

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This skilfully written text provides a broad, yet up-­to-­date, introduction to phonology.

The study of phonology is central to courses on language and linguistics. As one of the first volumes in the Understanding Language series, Understanding Phonology has proved to be a popular choice for students both in the UK and overseas. In this new edition the authors have revised and updated the text in the light of recent research and also as a result of users' comments.This skilfully written text provides a broad, yet up-to-date, introduction to phonology. Assuming no previous knowledge of phonology or linguistic theory, the authors introduce the basic concepts and build on these progressively, discussing the main theories and illustrating key points with carefully chosen examples. A wide range of phenomena are covered: speech production, segmental contrasts, tone, quantity, prosodic structure, metrical relations and intonation. The main theories, including feature geometry and optimality theory are introduced, and their contributions to our understanding of phonology, as well as their shortcomings, are discussed objectively.Students will welcome the range of language from which the authors draw their examples and problems, and the originality of the presentations, discussions and examples.Two corrections to this book should be noted:Page 249, Q73, Answer 1: HL should read LH.Page 263, Q123, Answer 2, Line 3: 'amuden' should read 'amumen'.

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Systematic and detailed book.
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I used this book for an Intro to Phonology course. It is really only as good as the person that is teaching with it. The first chapter is very intro about speech production, and then after that it's kinda blah (one would assume that distinctive features and natural classes would be addressed in the beginning, however, distinctive features are not addressed until chapter 5).

If you are planning to teach yourself phonology or are working with bad professor, this book probably will not work for you. Having had the experience of working with two bad professors in a team taught course, looking to this text for answers and clarification was not really an option. There is no glossary, and new concepts are not clearly and adequately introduced.

Also to note, both authors are professors in the Netherlands so there tends to be a heavy emphasis on Dutch in the examples and problem sets.