The Laryngeal Specifications of Fricatives

@inproceedings{Vaux1998TheLS,
  title={The Laryngeal Specifications of Fricatives},
  author={Bert Vaux},
  year={1998}
}
Though laryngeal features have been a central concern of phonologists for more than 25 years (see Kim 1970, Halle and Stevens 1971, Thráinsson 1978, Iverson 1983, Keating 1984, Lombardi 1991, Blevins 1993, Kingston and Diehl 1994, Iverson and Salmons 1995), little attention has been given to the laryngeal specifications of fricatives. Halle and Stevens (1971) suggest that fricatives are generally [1spread glottis] (roughly equivalent to ‘‘unaspirated’’ in traditional terms), but can… CONTINUE READING
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