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Language specific markedness: The case of place of articulation

@inproceedings{Hume2003LanguageSM,
  title={Language specific markedness: The case of place of articulation},
  author={E. Hume},
  year={2003}
}
Hume, Elizabeth. 2003. Language Specific Markedness: The Case of Place of Articulation. Studies in Phonetics, Phonology and Morphology. In this paper I draw on evidence from familiar criteria for diagnosing markedness values to argue that markedness is best determined on a language specific basis. I will further conclude that markedness considerations do not provide compelling evidence for constructing theories of phonological grammar. (Ohio State University) 
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