To the Editors

  title={To the Editors},
  author={Danny Fetonte},
  journal={New Labor Forum},
  pages={127 - 128}
In the literature of bioethics there are milestones worth periodic rereading. Mary Midgley's “Must Good Causes Compete?” (CQ, Vol. 2, No. 2) is surely one such marker. Her piece is especially appropriate to revisit in light of this issue's Special Section, “On Animal Experimentation: Seeking Common Ground.” 



Optimality theory in phonological acquisition.

  • J. BarlowJ. Gierut
  • Linguistics
    Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR
  • 1999
An introduction to the contemporary linguistic framework known as optimality theory (OT), which is applied in descriptions of children's common error patterns, observed inter- and intrachild variation, and productive change over time.

Asymmetrical Cluster Development in a Disordered System.

A longitudinal account is presented of a child with a phonological disorder (Participant 24; age 4;9) who demonstrates an asymmetrical pattern of cluster development with two different reduction

Markedness and Faithfulness Constraints in Child Phonology

1 Markedness and Faithfulness Constraints in Child Phonology*