Affricates, Palatals and Iotization in Serbian: Representational Solutions to Longstanding Puzzles
Keywords:Serbian, language, phonology, feature geometry, iotization
AbstractThis paper investigates the segment inventory of Serbian from both an articulatory and a phonological perspective, and it proposes a straightforward phonological analysis of both the inventory and the morpho-phonological process of iotization. The analysis is couched in terms of the Parallel Structures Model of feature geometry (Morén 2003a, b, c).
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