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Dimensions in Korean Laryngeal Phonology*
The often-cited phenomenon of ‘‘post-obstruent tensing’’ in Korean is taken here to be primarily a skeletal strengthening rather than a feature accretion. On this view, a tense consonant in KoreanExpand
English Voicing in Dimensional Theory.
Assuming a framework of privative features, this paper interprets two apparently disparate phenomena in English phonology as structurally related: the lexically specific voicing of fricatives inExpand
A Revised Theory of Syllabic Phonology
Reduplication in Optimality Theory: Korean Partial Reduplication
For this type of reduplication, it was often claimed that the internal structure of asasak can not be regarded as asa+sa+k since *asa is not used independently (Chae 1986). Expand
A Unified Approach to Feature Representation
Causative Allomorphy in Korean