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Inducing Epenthesis: Phonetic, Phonological and Morphological Considerations
LSA Annual Meeting Extended Abstracts
This work investigates the question of how phonological systems might arise from phonetic cues, focusing on the contribution of the language learner. Specifically, I present a series of experiments on the learning of morphologically conditioned epenthesis patterns. A theoretical account that situates synchronic phonological systems as the product of natural sound changes (such as Evolutionary Phonology (Blevins 2004) ) would attribute the emergence of an epenthetic consonant to the listener'sdoi:10.3765/exabs.v0i0.501 fatcat:b27mgowdoneapa4lvj6hyokhn4