An Introduction to Phonology

@inproceedings{Katamba1989AnIT,
  title={An Introduction to Phonology},
  author={Francis Katamba},
  year={1989}
}
Preface Acknowledgements 1. Introduction to phonetics 2. The phoneme 3. Distinctive features. 4. Phonological representations 5. Phonological processes 6. Naturalness and strength 7. Interaction between rules 8. The abstractness of underlying representations 9. The syllable 10. Multi-tiered phonology 11. Stress and intonation 12. Phonology in the wider context Bibliography. Suggested answers to exercises. Language index. Subject index. 

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