Phonology for communication disorders. Ball, M. J; Müller, N.; and Rutter, B. Psychology Press, New York - Hove.
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1.- Introduction and background; 2.- Sonority theory; 3.- Distinctive features; 4.- Early generative phonology; 5.- Developments with features; 6.- Developments with derivations: Lexical and prosodic phonology; 7.- Autosegmental phonology; 8.- Metrical phonology; 9.- Prosodic analysis; 10.- Natural phonology; 11.- Optimality theory; 12.- Articulatory phonology; 13.- Government phonology; 14.- Cognitive, systemic, and grounded phonologies; 15.- Clinical phonology.
@book{ball_phonology_2010,
	Address = {New York - Hove},
	Author = {Ball, Martin J and Müller, Nicole and Rutter, Ben},
	Date = {2010},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-22 20:24:09 +0000},
	Keywords = {clinical, clinical phonology, textbook},
	Publisher = {Psychology Press},
	Title = {Phonology for communication disorders},
	Abstract = {1.- Introduction and background; 2.- Sonority theory; 3.- Distinctive features; 4.- Early generative phonology; 5.- Developments with features; 6.- Developments with derivations: Lexical and prosodic phonology; 7.- Autosegmental phonology; 8.- Metrical phonology; 9.- Prosodic analysis; 10.- Natural phonology; 11.- Optimality theory; 12.- Articulatory phonology; 13.- Government phonology; 14.- Cognitive, systemic, and grounded phonologies; 15.- Clinical phonology.}}
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