Introducing Phonology

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Cambridge University Press, Feb 24, 2005 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 348 pages
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This accessible textbook provides a clear and practical introduction to phonology, the study of sound patterns in language. Designed for undergraduates with only a basic knowledge of linguistics, it teaches in a step-by-step fashion the logical techniques of phonological analysis and the fundamental theories that underpin it. Providing a solid foundation in both the theory and practice of phonology, it is set to become the leading text for any introductory course, and will be invaluable to all students beginning to study the discipline.

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User Review  - Tuan Do - Goodreads

Adding this book as a complementary reading material to my linguistic courses, the content of the book to some extent satisfied me. For folks who have some linguistic background, eg have taken any ... Read full review

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User Review  - Elizabeth - Goodreads

Alright as textbooks go. Easy to read, but not particularly clear or unclear. And it's printed on good paper, a feature I'm beginning to value as much as the content. No squirming about dodging cheap paper glare here! Read full review

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David Odden is Professor in the Department of Linguistics, Ohio State University.

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