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CHAPTER 4 Gradient opacity in Uyghur backness harmony 4

@inproceedings{2020CHAPTER4G,
  title={CHAPTER 4 Gradient opacity in Uyghur backness harmony 4},
  author={},
  year={2020}
}
  • Published 2020
Opacity has long been an important issue for phonological theory, particularly in evaluating serial theories, such as SPE, against parallel theories, such as OT. This paper will examine a case of opacity in Uyghur (Turkic: China). In addition to exhibiting backness and rounding harmony, Uyghur has a vowel reduction process that neutralizes the front and back vowels /æ/ and /A/ to the harmonically neutral vowel [i], potentially introducing opacity into the harmony system. Based on a combination… Expand

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