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Bernhardt The Emergence of Faithfulness Page 2 WORD ADULT PRONUNCIATION CHILD

@inproceedings{Stemberger2002BernhardtTE,
  title={Bernhardt The Emergence of Faithfulness Page 2 WORD ADULT PRONUNCIATION CHILD},
  author={Joseph Paul Stemberger and Barbara Handford Bernhardt},
  year={2002}
}
Any theory of language development, whether emergentist or nativist, must address the child's phonological development. Children's pronunciations of words are often quite different from those of adults. The child pronunciations may diverge notably from the target adult phonology, but in ways that make sense from a cross-linguistic perspective on the phonological systems of adult languages. In this chapter, we provide an overview of the phenomena of phonological development, and sketch how they… 

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