What does incipient /ay/-raising look like?: A response to Josef Fruehwald

@article{Berkson2017WhatDI,
  title={What does incipient /ay/-raising look like?: A response to Josef Fruehwald},
  author={Kelly H. Berkson and K. A. Davis and Kelly Stuart Alyssa Strickler},
  journal={Language},
  year={2017},
  volume={93},
  pages={e181 - e191}
}
In examining the history of /ay/-raising before voiceless consonants in Philadelphia, Josef Fruehwald (2016) concludes that either categorical phonological conditioning was present from the very onset of this phonetic change, or the period of purely phonetic conditioning was too brief to be identified. This is based on the observation that raising is phonological in the Philadelphia data: it occurs before voiced flaps that are underlyingly voiceless (as in writing), but not before underlyingly… Expand
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